The case was designed with a "medical bag" style opening, allowing the user to simply unzip and throw open the mouth of the bag without dealing with flaps or complex zipper arrangements. Kitted with the bag will be several soft wraps that can be used to protect loose gear. Also unique is the aluminum dividers; while still using velcro to adhere to the sidewalls, the aluminum provides rigid protection while also being pliable into different shapes. The CineLux will come in shoulder, backpack, and rolling models come June for between $200-400. 

Alongside the CineLux, Tenba showed us their variety of new see-through cases in their Toolbox line. They come in a variety of sizes and allow filmmakers to see what's in any given case through a transparent top layer. Their Cable Pouch is meant to contain one small piece of kit along with slots for cables and batteries. These accessory cases will be available in various sizes starting at $20.

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