The CINEMA-EPICL (Long) is a durable, versatile soft-sided camera case that’s ideal for carrying cinema camera setups with long lenses or rear-mounted video recorders. The case fits a wide range of cinema camera and modular-rig configurations including RED EPIC, and many more (we’d be happy to help find the best fit for your camera configuration).
Quality Case Construction
The case is constructed using ballistic-grade, 1000-denier Cordura® water-proofed nylon, and bonded triple-tacked stitching for superior water-resistance. The semi-rigid structure is ultra-lightweight and is made with a 1-inch thick interior foam frame. A Quick-Zip™ lid that provides fast, unobstructed access to the main camera compartment.
An extra layer of waterproof Slip-Not® material lines the bottom of the case for maximum protection against water and dirt when placing the case on the ground.
Value-Added Features and Inclusions
The CINEMA-EPICL includes multiple organizing pouches and dividers, a White Balance Card, and an LED carabiner light for production in low-light conditions.
There is a large zippered pocket on the back of the case, which is ideal for storing cables, filters, and small accessories. A large, Velcro®-closure front pocket is designed to carry shotgun mics, spare batteries, and additional accessories. The camera case can be carried using the comfortable, soft suede-leather handles or the ultra-comfortable nylon SuperStrap™ strap (a $109 VALUE!).
2 Side Pockets Front Pocket Suede Handles Quick-Zip Lid
Included with the CINEMA-EPICL , the HB-40SS Super Strap™ enhances the most popular aspects and features of our signature suede shoulder strap, highlighted by heavy-duty ultra-comfort foam core, zipper pockets for storage, and non-skid contact surface for the heaviest loads. The platinum side panel is reflective and so if you're transporting the case at night, vehicles can see you. If you're shooting at night you can shine a flashlight to spot your case easily.
Portabrace cases have been built by hand in Vermont since 1972. And while professional audio and video technology continues to change at a relentlessly fast pace, one thing has remained the same for over 40 years: our commitment to quality. From the highest quality materials, to the hand-built wooden equipment models, to the reinforced sewing techniques designed to strengthen weight-bearing contact points, our production processes are designed to make our cases the toughest and most reliable products available.