G-Wiz Vault Bag Announced

A press release was issued this week regarding the new G-Wiz Vault Bag. Here it is in it’s entirety.

PocketWizard G-Wiz Vault

So. Burlington, VT – February 5, 2013 – LPA Design, manufacturers of PocketWizard Photo Products, the world leader in wireless control of cameras, flash lighting and light meters, announces today the new G-Wiz Vault bag. Designed for use with the PocketWizard MultiMAX®, Plus® II or FlexTT5® Transceivers and accessories, this padded gear bag is also the perfect size to protect a full-sized DSLR camera.

“Many photographers own several PocketWizard radios and the new G-Wiz Vault bag offers them a storage solution that keeps them safe when not in use.” said Dave Schmidt, LPA Design’s VP of Marketing. “We’ve also designed the G-Wiz line as a convenient storage solution for other photo gear and the G-Wiz Vault is sized to fit any full size DSLR camera body or other accessories.”

G-Wiz Vault and gear

Three good examples of what the new G-Wiz Vault bag can hold.

The new PocketWizard G-Wiz Vault bag holds up to six MultiMAX or Plus II radios with connector cables, ten FlexTT5’s, or one full-size DSLR camera body. The Vault features three movable or removable hook-n-loop padded dividers allowing photographers to customize this bag to fit their gear-packing needs. Available in three colors, the G-Wiz Vault opens from the top allowing photographers to ensure at a glance all their PocketWizard gear is neatly and safely packed away.

The Vault can hold a variety of PocketWizard radios or a single camera body.

The Vault can hold a variety of PocketWizard radios or a single camera body.

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One Response to “G-Wiz Vault Bag Announced”

  1. eric says:

    Would be nice to see how many Canon 580EXII (or the Nikon SB900) can fit into the bag. After all, what good are 10 FlexTT5 without flashes?

    What I would love to have is two bags that fit 5 FlexTT5s and 5 580EXIIs, plus the miniTT1 and AC3. Asking for room to load two Quantum Turbo 3 batteries and cords is probably a step too far.