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Nanuk Cases Uses and Examples

Nanuk 940 is a great DJI Phantom Vision Plus Protective Case

Posted by David Couillard on

Last month we camped at Joshua Tree Lake bed with some friends and I brought my DJI Phantom Vision Plus to get a few aerial pictures of the spot. We actually had a lot of fun since a friend of mine also had his Phantom. This kit is actually the Nanuk 940 with cube foams that I personally shaped myself based on my accessories. There is enough space in this case to put the Phantom, remote, propellers, batteries and more!You could also cut out part of the top lid foam and keep the propellers on the drone when the case...

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Nanuk 960 case for Einstein strobe lights and Nikon Camera

Posted by David Couillard on

 A customer ordered his Nanuk 960 case with padded dividers and was kind enough to send me the pictures of his setup. Using both levels of paddings that the 960 offers he was able to put his 3 Einstein 640ws strobes + accessories on the bottom level and then he added the camera, and lens on top. Here's exactly what he put in his Nanuk 960 case: Bottom compartment: 3 studio flashes Einstein 1 Power Pack Mini-Vagabon 1 Nikon AF-S 85mm f / 1.8G 2 Pocket Wizard Flex TT5 1 Sekonic L-478DR flashmeter 2 standard reflectors 7AB/R or umbrella 7UR 3...

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How to cut hard cases cube foam with your hands

Posted by David Couillard on

In this video I show you how I've made the shape for my DJI Phantom Drone controller on the side of the Nanuk 940. This was easily done by pressing the cube foam and tearing the part gently It's strongly suggested to keep the shape square when using the basic cube foams. Trying to do some rounded shapes is harder and won't make a nice finished job.Squared shapes will keep you products well protected if they fit just tight in the hole.

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Showing the Nanuk 905 in Lime Green for photographers

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The Nanuk 905 used for a 7D Canon Body and 100 mm lens.

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