Domke F-34R 11" x 11" Protective Wrap Gray.

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Capacity:Wrap-up tools, lenses, light meters, lens boards, etc.
Colors Available:Black, Red, Gray, Yellow or Royal Blue.
External Dimensions:11x11"
Material:lightweight foam sandwiched between Velcro-compatible knit cloth and smooth gray nylon, with Velcrat each corner.

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Domke F-34R 11" x 11" Protective Wrap Gray. Reviews:


Great for lenses, strobes, & compact cam

Excellent protection when placing lenses, strobes, compact cameras, etc. into a camera bag, back-pack or case WITHOUT using the space hogging, velcro dividers. I've used these for many years on many, many trips and never had a problem. When I remove the velcro dividers on any of my carry-on camera bags I have much more space, plus the padding on the wraps. I don't have to worry about anything being damaged in the airline overhead bins (just so long as you don't drop it to the floor). The larger size is good for SLR bodies.
ghostcrab at Adorama on 01/01/2010

Domke Standard Quality

Great wrap and protection for Large Format lenses mounted to lensboards. Durable construction and adequate padding to protect lenses from reasonable rough handling. What can I say? It's Domke. I wouldn't use anything else for my expensive lenses.
Omniphotographic at Adorama on 01/01/2012