Two of the largest online rental houses have partnered to offer the largest rental inventory in North America.
LensProToGo and LensRentals are the two largest players in the online rentals business, and they have both helped innovate and bring down costs in the rental market. While you can do walk-ins with either company (Tennessee for LensRentals and Massachusetts for LensProToGo), they are really innovators in the online space, bringing warehouses of inventory available via quick shipping and an easy web interface.
Beyond just lenses, each company offers a wide variety of products, and in fact, we frequently get our testing color meter from LensRentals. Today, they announced that they are going to merge, creating a behemoth of the online rental market.
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Peak Design has teamed with Leica to launch the Peak Design Leica Backpack Capsule, a combination Peak Design Backpack, Cuff (wrist strap) and Leash (neck strap) designed specifically for lovers of that expensive Red Dot.
This limited edition version of the company’s backpack includes subtle Leica trim including the camera maker’s iconic red dot, as well as red stitching.
Peak Design’s Backpack is designed for everyday use by photographers who need to safely transport their gear while traveling or undergoing their daily commute. The bag sports a pair of expandable external side pockets, padded internal accessory pockets, a sleeve for laptops up to 15in, a pair of weatherproof side zips for dual side-loading, a MagLatch top access point, and customizable FlexFold dividers.
Here’s a closer look:
The Leica Backpack Capsule is currently listed for preorder online at a price of $300, but visitors to Leica stores and Boutiques in North America can get one for free (while supplies last) if they purchase a Leica SL before December 31st.
The backpack’s specs are as follows:
- Weight Empty: 1350g (2.9 lbs.)
- Capacity: 12 L min to 20 L max
- Max laptop dimensions: 15″x9.75″x1″ (38x25x2.5cm) – Designed to carry up to a 15 inch Macbook Pro Retina, 2009 or later.
- Max Tablet Dimensions: 14″ X 8.5″ X 0.4″ (33X22X1CM)
- Outer dimensions: 18” H x 12” W x 6.75” D (46 H x 30 W x 17 D cm) (These are unpacked dimensions. Actual size will expand/contract depending on load.)