Tiffen announces additions to the line of Domke wear and gear for photo and video creators— New Sling Bag, Black PhotoTOGS Vest, and Tech Pouch.

The newest Domke Sling Bag is designed for on-the-go creators who prefer hand’s off toting. The new “Sling” provides 6 liters of total storage volume for ample room to carry a DSLR mirrorless camera with up to two additional lenses or a flash plus a lens, as well as other essentials. The sling-design allows for easy carrying on the back with a single padded shoulder strap. It also provides ample opportunity to rotate the bag from back to the front, making it easy to access gear while worn. For added security, a waist stabilization strap with quick-release buckle may be hitched or unhitched as needed.

Designed for efficiency, the Sling Bag has three ample compartments. A cushioned zip-open central space (13.5″h x 7.5″w x 4″d) fits a DSLR camera and lens and features movable dividers to safely stash a second lens or more. A roomy 10.5″h x 5″w x 2″d front accessory compartment with wrap-over zipper, features 6 internal pockets of various sizes to hold media, drives, filters, with room for other items. There are also “secret” pockets for AirTag type devices and elastic loops for cables and pens. For electronics or other gear, the third padded 13.5″h x 7.5w x.5″d zip-up pocket stores up to an 11″ tablet. Plus, two bonus pockets on the chest strap hold sunglasses, pens, memory cards or other small stuff. When it’s time to hang it up for the day or the moment, Domke has stitched in a sturdy web loop so it’s easy to hang it from a stand. For optimum durability, the new Sling Bag comes in a choice of water-resistant black nylon, or ultra water-resistant RuggedWear™ brown. https://tiffen.com/pages/domke-sling-bag

The new Black PhotoTOGS Vest brings back the popular place-for-everything cargo vest. Ruggedly constructed with a smart utilitarian design, it’s made for photographers to keep camera gear close at hand. Made of 100% machine washable black cotton, it features matching cotton mesh panels around the arms, yoke, and back to provide cooling ventilation. The raised padded collar offers extra comfort and the sturdy front zipper aids quick on and off. Full-cut for comfort and practicality, it’s sewn with rugged quilted stitching to reinforce the fabric along the shoulder tops. Twelve individual pockets feature weather-tight zip-up closures and oversized back pockets—are all made to keep things put with zippers, snaps or hook and loop. Add to that dual roomy hand warmer pockets, a rear water bottle pouch, pen/pencil holders, clear press pass ID holder, and hidden storage, and there’s a home for most essential gear. https://tiffen.com/pages/domke-photogs-vest-edu

The Domke Tech Pouch is designed to secure and organize small technical items shooters need on every job. Suitcase style, with a full wrap-around zipper, the compact (10″w x 6″h x 4″d) Tech Pouch opens flat to reveal the contents. Four larger zippered mesh compartments and an array of layered pockets hold and display necessities from memory cards to portable drives, tools, batteries, cables and more. Elastic loop storage is provided for 4 pens or tools and larger elastic loops provide cable storage. Additional hidden pockets are built-in to house small items and retain AirTags. The black nylon exterior features two zippered pockets sized to hold paperwork, mobile devices, etc. At the top a sturdy web loop is included to hang the open Tech Pouch from a light stand for easy display and access to contents on set. https://tiffen.com/pages/domke-tech-pouch

For information about the full lineup of Tiffen Domke products visit: www.tiffen.com

Gabriel Mays

AbelCine Director of Rental
As Director of Rental, Gabriel Mays oversees growth of Rental by nurturing business relationships and unifying the customer experience nationwide. In his previous role as the LA Rental Manager, Gabriel worked with producers, cinematographers, and assistant camera operators to provide the highest level of customer service possible. He also ensured that all their equipment needs are met on budget. Before coming to AbelCine in 2015, Gabriel previously worked as a Communications Instructor and Electronic Media Engineer at a private university. He taught various courses in electronic media, including film, broadcasting, and digital arts. Gabriel is an award-winning cinematographer, director, producer, and editor known for his innovative research and implementation of new film techniques. He was also one of the first to implement HDSLR cameras into filmmaking. He has been the cinematographer on dozens of independent films, documentaries, and music videos.