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Think Tank Airport Security V 2.0

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 14 x 22 inches ; 12.8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 17.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00173FOQY
  • Item model number: 005718
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,217 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 17, 2003

Product Description

Roller meets all USA Domestic carry on size requirements: At 9'' x 14'' x 22,'' the Airport Security roller meets most airlines' carry-on size requirements. It fits easily into overhead compartments either straight in or horizontally TSA combination lock to lock zipper: There are many instances when photographers must leave behind some or all of their gear. It is absolutely vital that this gear be secured from theft. This is why the Airport Security's zippers have special built in combination locks Front Security Cable & Lock: Front security cable & combination lock allows you to lock a laptop to the front of your roller. This lock is very effective when you are traveling with a laptop case stored in the front stretch pocket Back Security Cable & Lock: Security cable & combination lock allows you to lock it to immovable objects. This security cable is very effective when you have to leave your gear for a period of time in a media room, wedding hall, hotel room, or other open area Security Plate: The Security plate may allow your lost or stolen bag to be returned! Before using your bag, register your unique serial number on the website at www.thinktankphoto.com/lostandfound

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Customer Reviews

It can easily carry three large lenses with room to spare.
Note Bene
Think tank makes a good product and I wouldn't hesitate to purchase this bag again.
M
The construction is excellent and the features are well thought out.
D. Ralston

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

36 of 37 people found the following review helpful By David J. Newton on October 19, 2009
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The good thing about being a photographer for many years is that you accumulate a lot of valuable gear... the bad part is that it is difficult to bring it along with ease. I don't care to leave my bodies, lenses and speedlights at my studio as a break-in could leave me in a bad way. I also do a fair amount of location work and I always seem to need something that I have left behind somewhere, be it at the studio or in another camera bag. My decision to buy this bag was based on a fair amount of research and some experience with trying to get-by with less for years. This bag allows me to carry almost everything that I need at a location shoot (I still carry a small bag with my Q-Flash and battery pack) and it travels SO WELL. I have envied people with rolling bags for some time and now I envy no more. Parked across the lot from the reception hall? No problem. Rapid packing at the church after formals? Bring it. I also know that I will have the right bag for airline travel. The TSA lock and cable lock to secure the bag to a chair or table is a nice touch. The bag is so well constructed and the endless possibilites for arranging dividers is just great. I may pick-up the "low divider set" so I can slip my 15" MacBook Pro in the bag as well. That is a well thought out idea! I did choke at the idea of speeding so much money on that bag but the sting was short-lived and I now feel that I have the right bag for many years to come!

What I carry: Canon 5D and Canon 30D both with grips attached, 3 Speedlights, Fong Lightsphere and an array of other speedlight modifiers including gels, off-camera flash cable, Justin Clamp, 70-200mm 2.8L, 24-70mm 2.8L, 17-40mm f4L, 50mm 1.4 and hoods for all lenses, Sekonic L-358, 3 Pocket Wizards, lens cleaning supplies, electrical and gaffers tape, multitool, flashlight, 2 memory card cases, blower bulb, collapseable reflector, white balance cards, and many other misc. items for that "you never know" situation.
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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By D. Ralston on September 8, 2008
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As a long time ThinkTank user, I have high expectations for anything that they offer. Despite these high expectations, I was impressed! The construction is excellent and the features are well thought out.

The only problem with this case is how well it works. You have to be VERY careful that you don't load it over the airline carry on limit of 40 pounds. It is very easy to fit well over 50 pounds of gear into this bag. That's fine for carrying around town, and that is this bags number one duty. I just have to make sure that I lighten the load before I fly.

Would I purchase this bag again? I plan on buying another one!
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Donald T. Lupo on July 9, 2009
I just received this bag yesterday, and it is very clear from the outset that it was designed by and for photographers.

I moved from a Lightware MF 1420 case to this one so that I could travel more easily. Upon moving my gear into the Think Tank, I was amazed that there was actually more room that my old case! Granted, it is configured differently, but I am amazed at the amount of gear I can store in this case.

It easily fits two Manfrotto Nano light stands, two Nikon SB-800s, a Nikon digital SLR and assorted batteries, cables, backups and more.

The construction is rugged yet flexible: while I would not want to check it, I wouldn't worry if I had to do so. After filling it with my usual setup and necessities, I was left with more than 10 additional dividers.

This case is well worth every penny. I am very happy with this purchase.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By drworm on November 29, 2012
I am a pro wedding photographer and I purchased this bag for 3 travel weddings I had this past fall. I wanted the largest bag possible that would still fit as a carryon. This bag may officially be the size on paper, but I can tell from experience that it will not fit correctly in the overhead. You have to put that bag in sideways since it is about 1 inch too long. It barely fits head in on a Jetblue A320, but def will not unless sideways in your everyday 757 or 737. So now you are the guy who's bag takes up two spots in the overhead. The airport international is about 2 inches shorter so go with that bag for air travel. The bag I prefer because of the greater depth and the backpack straps. too bad it is about 2 inches too long.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Dale Garman on November 21, 2010
I have had this bag now for about 1 1/2 years. In that time I have taken it on 30+ flights, many of them international. I carry a Canon 30D body, 17-40 lens, 50 1.4, 70-200 f4, 100 macro, flash,along with extra batteries, flash cards, with room for my Bose headphones, ipod, misc cables, power conversion plugs for foreign plugs etc. I haven't actually weighed it all, but it is heavy. I think this is the best bag of this type I have found. I carry another smaller flexible bag in my suitcase to actually carry gear when I arrive, but this is great for getting it there.

Pros:
-solid bag, very sturdy, meant for hard use, materials meant to last (wtih one small exception below)
-with optional lower divider set can also carry laptop
-several sets of pockets on the outside as well as inside so can carry tickets, passport etc. easily accessible
-sized to fit most any airline (except small regional ones that have check in at the airplane, and in that case the sturdy construction is appreciated)
-lots of options for equipment configuration

Cons:
-heavy, even empty
-zipper ties on the back of bag are now about worn through, not sure why since never used. It appears friction from sliding bag into overheads etc. has worn them out
-handle very hard to get hold of (it's very tight unless you have small fingers) and seems very flimsy. So far mine has not failed, but it always seems not quite as well made as rest of bag.
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