Georgia Case builds road and shipping cases available for the broadest range of sophisticated equipment. You see their cases on tour, on broadcast locations, and used in industrial applications.
Their custom fabricated cases meet or exceed strict ATA Spec-300, Category 1 requirements. Custom Foam Die Cutting, Custom Fabrication and Hardware services included for a variety of custom designs.
This year Georgia Case has designed a case for the Blackmagic video switcher and monitor. The case uses a self-locking hinge for mounting a video monitor. Their motto is, “if you can dream it, we can build it”
What should a road case aspire to? It should be strong and convenient. Good thing Calzone Case Co. has your back on both of those needs. For large monitors, the need to have another tech alongside just to lift off the top is eliminated. The new Split Top Case design is the latest in their efforts to provide superior protection and convenience. The lids split from the top and remain attached to the case allowing for one person unpack the monitor themselves, saving time. Speaking of saving time, the new Slam Latch Rack case is the next generation of audio and power equipment protection. No longer will you have to remove the front and back lids to access the equipment inside, reducing the risk of misplacing them. Just move the covers inside the case and you are done. Speed and convenience were the goals that led to the new retractable pocket door design and it certainly shows with the new SLR case.
This year Cinebags as come out with a very limited edition backpack, the CB25 Revolution Backpack!
It features a pullout rain cover with padded shoulder harnesses and a padded hip strap. The Revolution is very roomy with enough space for your 15” laptop and tons of gear! There are removable dividers to keep your stuff organized and lots of spacious pockets outside. Of course, it comes with the R.B.F. key chain and there are only 50 units available! Hurry and get yours before they are all gone!
Pelican has long been a favorite of the broadcast industry for protective cases, especially due to their lifetime warranty. Last year they announced the Pelican Air line, which is up to 40% lighter than other polymer cases.
While padding and pick-and-pluck foam were always an option, they now offer Tek-Pack. At just 7/16” thick, these rigid panels form a precise grid of protection without wasting any space. Together with the included 1” bottom foam and convoluted lid foam, the TrekPak system forms a 360-degree cocoon inside your Pelican case.