With the introduction of its new Ergo-Tech Collection, Kata has given consumers worldwide a new reason to get excited about what they put on their backs, shoulders or belts. Boasting state-of-the-art designs that look as though they were taken from the pages of a sci-fi novel, Kata’s new bags, packs and cases are most definitely ahead of their time and were designed to be the definitive carrying solutions for today and the future. A unique blend of cutting-edge technologies and materials are at the heart of the Ergo-Tech Collection and together with its unprecedented design, are sure to elevate Kata’s position as a leading manufacturer of ergonomic and protective carrying solutions.
When Kata introduced its Global Digital Collection to the world for the first time in 2004, it gave photographers something new to look forward to - a line of protective carrying solutions, everyday traditional designs and redefine what a bag and case should be. The GDC line brought a fresh, high tech perspective to the imaging world, and put Kata on the radar screens of both professional and amateur shooters worldwide. At PMA 2007, Kata will extend the collection with four new bags, each of which coincide with the high-tech, protective design philosophy that has become synonymous with the GDC. The new additions include the R-101 Rucksack, W-94 Waist Pack, H-10 Holster and the RL-302 Laptop Rucksack.
Each year, Kata continues to enhance its Global Digital Collection (GDC), offering professionals new and improved solutions for protecting and transporting their gear. With groundbreaking designs and a unique protective technology, the GDC line is in a league of its own and has set a new standard for protective carrying solutions among the competition. At PMA 2007, Kata will unveil three new GDC organizer / lighting cases, the OC-86, OC-88 and the OC-97, each of which can be customized to hold a variety of equipment, including cameras, accessories, lighting equipment or stands. The new OC-86, OC-88 and OC-97 are the ideal solutions for keeping today’s hard working professional organized and mobile.
Your camera is going to see amazing sites in its lifetime ... you'll want to capture amazing landscapes, sports events, your kids, anything! So keeping your pride and joy in good condition isn't going to be easy... Camera Armor is a model specific close fitting "skin" for your SLR camera. Originally launched at the end of 2006, Camera Armor has proved to be massively popular with enthusiast and amateur photographers alike. The most popular models have an SRP of £49.95, but are currently available at an introductory price of £39.95. Focus on Imaging 2007 sees the line up expand to include more popular cameras, and from March will be available to fit Sony's Alpha A100, Canon's EOS 1 DS and Nikon's D40.