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getting equipment safely to location

Zarges + Photography

This problem is not only faced by aspiring outdoor photographers: expensive photography equipment has to be constantly packed, transported, and unpacked on location.

Even the best photography equipment may at some point succumb to damage caused by knocks and bumps and stop working properly on location. This means an entire day of work can quickly go to waste along with quite a bit of money, depending on the size of the crew. So how do you safely and conveniently transport camera bodies, lenses, lights, power supplies, lightboxes, and other equipment to a photoshoot location? There are several ways to properly protect expensive equipment. Besides familiar options such as camera bags, cases, backpacks, and plastic containers, there is also the choice of using Zarges aluminum cases and boxes. They are water- and dust-proof and come fitted with precisely customized foam inserts, making them perfect for holding photography equipment.


  • IGBC (Interagency Grizzly Bear Committee) models available
  • 50% lighter than plastic cases*
  • 70% lighter than roadie cases*
  • 2-7x greater tensile strength than plastic cases*
  • Temperature range of -228° to 302° F; UV, water, weather and corrosion resistance
  • 15%-20% greater interior volume than plastic cases in a smaller footprint
  • Standard IP54 or upgradeable to IP65
  • Cases constructed of extra strong 5005 alloy aluminum sheeting
  • Rugged, fully-welded profile frame
  • Will not warp or crack
  • Ergonomic spring-loaded handles
  • Over 50 standard sizes available
  • Customized foam inserts
  • Can be easily carried or wheeled around
  • Stackable and lockable

*details here

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