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Portabrace, meet Pelican. Pelican, Portabrace. by cinequipwhite
August 7, 2009, 8:10 am
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Throughout history we have seen some incredible teams join forces for the good of mankind. James Cameron and Steven Speilberg, the Flintstones and the Jetsons, and even Michael Bay and explosions have all come together in a symbiotic way to better our existence in one way or another.
Portabrace, at 37 years in the industry of American made and hand sewn camera covers has decided to utilize the amazing strength and durability of the Pelican brand cases, with their new premium custom case liners. Currently only availible in the 1560, 1620, and 1650 case sizes, the Portabrace LongLife liners are (pardon the pun) the perfect fit for your Pelican cases, can be customized in countless configurations, and can withstand quite a bit of “roughing up”.
Each LongLife Interrior comes with:
(A) Padded, protective laptop storage in hard case lid
(B) Bendable padded dividers provide custom fit protection around lenses and odd camera angles
(C) Soft fleece pillow filled with foam micro-beads, provides extra padded support for cameras and fills all space to secure contents in place
(D) Padded, zippered pouches ideal for storing lenses, filters, and small accessories


 They are also availible in a removable case version as well, to have the protection of a Pelican case, and the padding and portability of a standard Portabrace bag.

Take a look at their demo video and see for yourself how Portabrace longLife cases are a great option for your Pelican protection cases.


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