Think Tank Photo Airport International V 2.0
|Price:||$389.75 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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- International and US carry-on size for most carriers. DO check with your airline carrier for current requirements.
- Strong rear lock & cable secures entire bag to a fixed object
- TSA-approved combination zipper locks secure main compartment
- Front lock & cable secures laptop, keys or other other items
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|Item Dimensions||9.75 x 16 x 22.25 inches|
|Item Display Weight||14 pounds|
|Item Weight||15.1 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||14.6 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
I was really disappointed to see this because this bag is designed to house a 500mm lens, a 70-200mm and a couple of bodies. So, we're talking about gear valued in the neighborhood of $12,000 to $15,000 range? (depending on the bodies) and weighing in at least 17 lbs plus the 14 lbs of the bag. W-H-O in their right might would transport $15,000 worth of gear with a handle that feels like it's about to give out from the moment it's taken out of the box? Not me, that's for sure. I'm so surprised by the inferior quality that I'm going to call Think Tank directly and inquire. I just don't want to believe that this is what they call quality. How can you product a 5 star bag then put a .25 star quality handle on it?
I want to try another bag because it's construction and size is exactly what I need so if I just got a lemon, I will definitely post another review.
***UPDATED REVIEW JANUARY 11, 2010***
Okay, here's the deal. I went to a local camera shop that carried the bag and gave a try. The handle felt sturdier than the one I got from Norman Camera so I decided to call Think Tank Photo and ask them about my issue.Read more ›
I looked at buying this bag 3 years ago. A few things scared me off. #1, The price. It's an expensive bag to say the least. #2, It didn't have a dedicated laptop sleeve, and the "low dividers" solution seemed inadequate to me. #3, No backpack straps. #4. Think Tank is a small company, and didn't have nearly as wide of a distribution back then (i.e. I couldn't get it Amazon Prime back then and didn't want to pay big shipping costs . . . ) So, I bought a Tenba Rolling Shootout. A good camera bag which satisfied many of the above requirements (still expensive, though.)
3 years later: I've never used the backpack straps on the shootout. Too heavy. The laptop sleeve is virtually useless. Hard to get in and out of it, and awkward for airport usage. And, the design of the rolling apparatus leaves a lot to be desired. The single handle design makes the bag tend to rotate around when you are wheeling it. The sleeve and the roller handle take up a lot of valuable camera space. And, it's rounded at the top, taking away more camera space. There are "convenient" pockets on the outside that stick out and make it hard to position in an overhead compartment or under a seat. More over, they make the bag attract attention as potentially being bulky and heavy.Read more ›
The bag is expensive, but well made and is worth the money. There are several external and internal pockets to sort out smaller stuff. The lens pockets are deep enough to hold more than the lenses. So there is plenty of room for us amateurs to carry our equipment. The pros will have to give their own take on this bag, but they also have assistants, and many pros have an entourage to help them out, so it is a different world than mine.
This is an excellent case for photo gear for either local or distant travel. Highly recommended!
I did consider the bigger Think Tank Airport Security, in fact, I mulled over that one for days, but it just seemed a bit too big for comfort (unless you have a LOT of gear of course). I went with the International, hoping it wasn't going to be too small. Not even close! I've got room to spare and then some. I carry a 5D Mark II with several lenses including 70-200mm, plus Rode mic and some accessories, and I could easily fit a 300mm/2.8 in there and still have room left.
The build quality is the part I really like, those zippers are MEATY and strong. The outside sleeve fits my 17" Dell E1705 that's in a BodyGlove case... tight, but fits. This case is worth the price! What's not perfect? The handle, it does feel somewhat flimsy. It's fine for my gear, but I wouldn't stack a separate laptop backpack on top of this case, the handle probably wouldn't like it. Showstopper? Not at all, this case is so well made in every other aspect, it's a hands-down winner.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
After carrying a heavy camera bag ,it nice to have the wheels. All my equipment fits and a little room for another lens or misc..items! Read morePublished 2 months ago by Zeke
This is a great bag. Love the extra locks on it. As much as I fly, and not having to use a backpack anymore. It saves my back.Published 3 months ago by Jim Bishop
Great Bag!! Bought this for SCUBA camera gear housings stobes etc. Very well built, the wheels roll smoothly. Compact size was good for smaller planes over head compartments. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Ted Shred
Really purchased the International for a trip forthcoming in December 2015 - January 2016 to Asia. So far, the camera travel bag will support two Nikon FX bodies, an 80-400, 14 -... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Howard Hackney
I bought this case because it specificially says it will hold a 500mm f4 lens and several bodies and other lenses. It is not as roomy as the description implies. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Lisa M Romaniuk
Best bag, love it... 2 months in and I only carry it on but it's a beaut!Published 13 months ago by Jake Anderton