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Cineloader for your video equipment on set

The practical cineloaders from Manfrotto offer storage space for a large number of lenses, cameras and other video equipment needed on a day's shooting. The lightweight bags have been specially developed for the requirements and demands on set. They not only offer a large amount of storage space, but also provide very good protection and their stability makes them easy and convenient to stack.

These bags can be adapted to the needs of different videographers. Whether video journalists, solo videographers or video studios, the Cineloader offers various options and can always be quickly adapted to the upcoming requirements

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