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Family Dollar
(301) 934-6324
104 Drury Dr
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Sam's Club
(301) 645-6116
2635 Crain Hwy
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(301) 638-1500
11120 Mall Cir
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(301) 396-8425
3237 Plaza Way
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Ross Dress for Less
(301) 705-9728
3050 Festival Way
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Tj Maxx Store
(301) 645-5857
1020 Smallwood Dr
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Hecht Co
(301) 870-5800
11200 Mall Cir
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(301) 932-8282
11130 Mall Cir
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2925 Festival Way
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2365 Crain Hwy
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M-ROCK Announces New Backpacks

M-ROCK Announces New Backpacks

Secure Photo Backpacks That Carry All

M-ROCK is excited to announce the brand new Zion 525 & McKinley 526 camera backpacks. The Zion and McKinley are identical except the McKinley includes large roller wheels and locking telescope handle. The backpacks include a modular interior with a removable Accessory Bag and spare dividers for three set up options. The basic set up is for a regular or Pro DSLR camera with up to a six inch lens attached, with room for an additional two to four lenses or photo accessories. The Accessory Bag above can hold more electronics, personal items or hiking gear. Replace the Accessory Bag with the extra dividers will allow you to load use all of the interior space for extra photographic supplies and load your SLR camera with up to a nine inch lens attached. The removed Accessory Bag has Web & Velcro arms below that can securely attach to the fabric handle on top of the backpacks.

M-ROCK's six modular bags can attach to either side of the backpacks to offer further carrying capacity. The Zion & McKinley include a rear compartment that can carry up to a 15 inch laptop computer or M-ROCK's new accessory item The Great Lakes # 550, which is a 1.3 liter water bladder inside an insulated neoprene case. The Zion & McKinley have comfortable padding on their backs and shoulder straps, which are also covered with a soft breathable mesh. The McKinley offers excellent storage of the shoulder straps so they do not get in the way when it is used as a roller backpack. M-ROCK's Modular Belt # 530 Velcro attaches behind the backpacks belt loop to offer additional stability, support and comfort if required, but the backpacks are comfortable without the belt.

Bungee straps on the front of the backpack with platform pocket below provide storage for a small or medium tri-pod. The backpacks include a weather jacket that can also be used to protect the interior of your camera when changing lenses, a lens cloth, wire port for the headphone wires of your MP3 or CD player, snap hook for your keys and lots of deep storage pockets and sleeves for all of your photographic accessories and personal items. Both backpacks are carry on compatible and easily fit in the over head compartments of all standard airplanes.

The final icing on the cake is the double access into the interior of the Zion & McKinley. You can fully open the front flap with the water resistant zippers and use the Velcro arms to adjust how far you want the flap to open. There is also a water resistant zipper half way down the front flap that gives you direct access into only the lower camera compartment, without opening the entire front flap.

The suggested retail of the Zion 525 is $230 and $290 for the McKinley 526. The suggested retail for the Great Lakes 550 Water Bladder including insulated neoprene case is $48.00 and the Modular Belt 530 is $28.00.

The above items will be available at www.m-rock.com and in many fine retail...

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