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Does My Kit Fit? Airport TakeOff

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Angus Thomson, Snapperstuff’s Product Specialist, shows how he has his Think Tank Photo Airport TakeOff configured:

Click on the images to find out more info on the Airport TakeOff – backpack & roller bag in one.

Competition:

The first person to correctly list x5 of Angus’s lenses, as pictured in his Airport TakeOff above, wins a Think Tank Photo branded Pixel Pocket Rocket.

Please enter your answer in the ‘Leave a reply’ box below (and ensure your comment links to you).

We’ll post the winner and then list the full kit in Angus’s Airport TakeOff here…

Does my kit fit? Airport International v2

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See how much gear Helen Atkinson can fit in her Airport International V2.0:

 

Canon 1D mkIII (with Black / Grey Camera Strap)
Canon 5D mkII with Battry Grip (BG-E6), Black / Blue Camera Strap and 70-200 f2.8 lens attached
24-70 f2.8
100 f2.8 macro
300 f2.8 with lens hood (reversed)
x3 MultiMAX Pocket Wizards (wireless transceivers)
Pee Wee Pixel Pocket Rocket (CF & SD card holder)
x1.4 & x2 Canon  EF Extenters / Converters (stacked)
Sto-Fens
Canon Speedlite 580 EX II
Canon Compact Battery Pack CP-E3
16-35 f2.8 (hidden under converters)
extra batteries; cables; lens cleaning cloths; etc…

The Airport International™ V2.0 is designed to meet current legal international carry on requirements. Also to transport heavy camera or lighting equipment in urban environments.
We highly recommend you check with your airline the legal carry-on allowance for both weight and size are prior to travel. Carry-on size and weight restrictions vary with different airlines and at different airports nationally and internationally.

find out more about the Airport International™ V2.0 here…

Greg Funnell on location with Joe Wright

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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

Airline carry-on guide

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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:

Airline Hand Baggage Allowance

*carry-on allowance at 8th July 2010, as stated on the Airline websites

Travel Trials & Tribulations by Simon Stafford

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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

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