Snapperstuff are exhibiting the latest from Think Tank Photo, Orbis
and The Gadget Scientist on STAND 49 at the Canon:
26 October 2010 – from 10 am to 7pm
27 October 2010 – from 10 am to 5pm
Business Design Centre, 52 Upper Street, Islington, London, N1 0QH
We’ll have the new Think Tank Photo Sling-O-Matics, Logistics Manager, Hydrophobia 300-600 v2, Retrospective and Multimedia ranges on show, as well as the Orbis ring flash.
Award winning photojournalist and multimedia expert Edmond Terakopian and Snapperstuff’s newest member of the team Angus Thomson, as well as founder Helen Atkinson will be on hand to answer all your questions on our gear.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Working for the Press Association, Katie Collins rolls her gear to her assignments in her Airport Airstream:
Katie fits the following gear in her Airport Airstream:
2 Canon 5d Mark II bodies
300mm f4 lens
70-200 f2.8 lens
24-70 f2.8 lens
17-35 f2.8 lens
2 580EX flashguns
laptop resting on the top of the low dividers (Airport Airstream Low Divider Set)
“In the front compartment I also fit a slim quantum and laptop charger, and in the front zip up section I carry batteries and memory cards.”
‘Thanks again for fixing the wheels. It’s such a relief having the bag working properly again.”
See Katie’s work here: www.katiecollins.co.uk
More info on the: Think Tank Photo Airport Airstream
After meeting Greg Funnell to carry out a health check on his much travelled Think Tank Photo Airport Security V2 roller bag, he sent us this little behind the scenes video of a shoot he had in London with the Hollywood film director, Joe Wright. Check out just how much camera and Elinchrom lighting gear he has in one roller bag!
You can see more of Greg’s work here: www.gregfunnell.com
More info here on the: Airport Security v2 roller bag
LCE Digital PRO Centre (London Camera Exchange), Southampton Civic branch in Hampshire, are now stocking a wide range of Think Tank Photo™ products as well as the Orbis™.
We frequently get asked:
What are the maximum dimensions and weight you can take as hand baggage on airlines?
With all the current security measures now in place, each airline has its own size and weight allowance for carry-on, although usually only one bag is allowed as carry-on.
So, we have compiled a list of the current* Airline carry-on allowance for some frequently used airlines departing from the UK:
*carry-on allowance at 8th July 2010, as stated on the Airline websites
Travel Trials and Tribulations by Simon Stafford, in Nikon Owner magazine issue XXXI, reviews Think Tank Photo The Airport International V2 roller bag. It answers your FAQ’s for the travelling photographer. Think Tank photo offers a one-bag-fits-all solution which will help you when engaging with check-in staff, complying with security requirements and negotiating with aircraft cabin space.
To buy from Snapperstuff click here: T559 Airport International V2
To buy from other UK & Ireland retailers click here: TTP retailers