“The superior materials and design insure that photographers have an excellent solution to filter storage for many years to come,” said MindShift’s president Doug Murdoch.
SANTA ROSA, CALIF. (PRWEB) January 08, 2015
MindShift Gear announces two new additions to its line-up of filter carrying solutions for outdoor photography. Providing rapid access for filter changes, the Filter Nest Mini and Filter Hive Mini offer protection and ease in compact cases. For those who do not need the capacity of larger cases, these offer a great option for keeping filters at the ready. The Filter Nest Mini fits four round filters (up to 82 mm) including a variable ND. The Filter Hive Mini fits four square/rectangular filters (up to 4 x 6 or 100 x 150 mm).
“Their superior materials and design insure that photographers have an excellent solution to filter storage for many years to come,” said MindShift’s president and lead designer Doug Murdoch. “They are another indication of our commitment to serving the needs of serious outdoor photographers.”
- Color coded organization to quickly help locate filters
- Exterior Fabric has durable water-repellant coating plus polyurethane coating on the underside of fabric
- Plush lined interior to keep your glass safe
- Accordion construction folds flat when not in use
- Lightweight materials
- Nylon webbing carry handle
Filter Nest Mini
Exterior Dimensions: 3.9” W x 3.5” H x 1.6” D (10 x 9 x 4 cm)
Weight: 2.6 oz (71 g)
Filter Hive Mini
Exterior Dimensions: 7.3” W x 4.5” H x 1.6” D (18.5 x 11.5 x 4 cm)
Weight: 3.3 oz (94 g)
ABOUT MINDSHIFT GEAR
MindShift Gear (http://www.mindshiftgear.com) is a group of committed professional photographers and product designers who support conservation and protection of our natural resources and planet. Founded by the creators of Think Tank Photo and conservation photographer Daniel Beltrá, MindShift is dedicated to building carrying solutions for those who are passionate about experiencing the natural world. Their slogan, “Engage with nature,” challenges people to not only become involved in outdoor activities, but to create a conversation about nature and our relationship to the environment.