The MO-INFERNO Flat Screen Field Monitor Case is constructed using abrasion-resistant ultra-durable Cordura® Nylon (1000-denier) for long-life reliability in harsh field conditions. Portabrace Cordura material is also woven with an extra layer of water-resistant treatment and is cold-crack tested at -40°F for 4 hours. The case is custom-fit to the Atomo Flame Monitor series.
There's a fold-out anti-glare visor that improves screen visibility while using the monitor outdoors. In viewing mode, the case folds to create its own sturdy stand, which angles the monitor for optimal viewing. The bottom of the case is lined with anti-skid, waterproof material to provide a solid protective base.
When you're not viewing the monitor, the stand and visor fold back into the case and the entire unit folds into a protective compact case for carrying over the shoulder. A comfortable anti-slip HB-15 Shoulder Strap is included. There is a pocket along the front of the case for storage. It can fit up to 2 spare batteries. A durable YKK® zipper is stitched in to the pocket and reversed to extend zipper life and to prevent rain from entering the pocket compartment. There is an internal cable organizing sleeve that uses an elastic grip to hold folded cables in place during transport.
Durable, Leno® mesh is used over the vent panels to allow heat from the monitor to escape during use. A Cordura® flap can be secured over the ventilation panels to prevent water from entering the holes when recording in the rain. Enough space is provided under the Cordura® cover to still allow heat to escape.
The MO-INFERNO can be used in multiple formats: on-camera, on a stand, hand-held, or table-mounted. When not in use, the case folds into a compact, highly-protective transport case.
Like all Portabrace cases, the MO-INFERNO is designed and produced in Vermont, USA. If you have any questions about this, or any of our products, please contact us, it would be our pleasure to help.
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.