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London Camera Exchange – LCE – Reading branch

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London Camera Exchange – LCE – has branches all over the UK and an easy to use store locator on their website here:

LCE STORE LOCATOR

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LCE Reading

The LCE Reading branch has been hidden for some time under scaffolding, enduring some major works happening to the flats above them…

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LCE Reading

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Despite this, it is BUSINESS AS USUAL for the team who are all passionate photographers too!

 

STORE MANAGER – ANDY

The store manager Andy is currently gearing up for The Royal International Air Tattoo at RAF Fairford from 17 to 19 July 2015 and then some time photographing the wildlife… if the weather holds ;0)

His current gear comprises of:

  • EOS 5D mkIII
  • EOS 7D
  • 8-15mm Fisheye
  • 17mm TSE
  • 24mm TSE
  • 100mm f2.8 IS macro
  • 16-35mm f2.8
  • 24-70mm f2.8
  • 70-200mm f2.8
  • 300mm f2.8 IS
  • 1.4x converter
  • 2x converter
  • Fuji Xpro 1 + 18-55, 10-24 + 23mm + 35mm

Of course Andy needs some bags to house all this gear…

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Pictured from top to bottom:

Think Tank Photo – Glass Taxi – houses his Canon 300 f2.8 with the Think Tank Photo SpeedChanger (now the SpeedChanger v2) on the front of the Glass Taxi to hold one of his Canon bodies.

Think Tank Photo – Retrospective 7 – fits all his Fuji gear

… and a plethora of Cable Management 10, 20 and 30 sizes along with DSLR Battery Holder 2 & DSLR Battery Holder 4 & AA Battery holders (with green trim) – All these are used for keeping remotes, LED torches, batteries, flashguns etc. (Andy’s fairly certain I’m pretty sure I have at least doubled the amount of Cable Management cases now

Andy also has the Mindshift Gear Filter Hive for his LEE filters (pictured below).

MindShift Gear Filter Hive

Andy says:

I love wildlife photography, birds and mammals, and I’m often found talking to animals when no one is looking! I also love Aviation photography, Cityscapes, Landscapes and a little bit of Motorcross… Basically anything that isn’t a human being!

You can see Andy’s images on his website here: www.hardpointphotography.com

AND… if you venture past the scaffolding into LCE Reading you will see some of his super shots adorning the walls of the store!

 

SALES ASSISTANT – MARK O’NEILL

Mark says:

I like photographing buildings, landscapes and weird stuff underground, usually at night…

His gear comprises of:

  • D800
  • D700
  • 14-24mm f2.8
  • 24-70mm f2.8
  • 80-200mm f2.8
  • 50mm f1.4
  • 105mm f2 DC

Mark has loads of Cable Management bags and DSLR Battery Holder 2 & DSLR Battery Holder 4 for all his accessories.

Mark won the 1st International Light Painting Awards in 2013 with this image:

ILPA-Winner

To find out more about how Mark created this image have a look here:  at his interview by www.lightpaintingphotography.com

If you’re interested… it’s not too late to enter the 2015 International Light Painting Award – closing date is 1 August 2015.

Mark recently participated in the OPEN FOR ART 2015 event in Reading – from 3-5 July 2015. “It’s a three-day Town Centre arts festival to showcase Reading’s hidden talent and creative industries.” 29 venues in Reading town centre volunteered to host a trail of pieces from local artists – on the streets, in shop windows and disused buildings. Along with the art trail there were heritage walks, workshops and events for everyone to participate in throughout the weekend event. Perhaps this is one for your 2016 diary!

You can see more of Mark’s work on his website here: www.digitalnoisephotography.co.uk

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If you’d like to meet Andy, Mark and find out more about their photography passion, you can visit them at the LCE Reading store, and of course you can also get a great range of Think Tank Photo and MindShift Gear from the store too!

Remember to check out the LCE Summer Specials and get the photo gear you need ahead of The Royal International Air Tattoo while you’re there…

Does My Kit Fit? David Wren on tour with O’Neill Wetsuits UK

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We first met David Wren while he was working with one of our Think Tank Photo retailers, London Camera Exchange, in Guildford. We met up with him at the start of his summer tour with O’Neill Wetsuits UK & Butta as their official photographer.

“Travelling around the UK with the UK O’Neill wetsuits team and Butta for their summer tour #busvibes is great. The tour is sponsored by Olympus and we are visiting different surf spots and sponsoring surfing events across the UK throughout the summer, which is great fun!

Copyright: David Wren 2015 / www.rwnd.co.uk
Copyright: David Wren 2015 / http://www.rwnd.co.uk

Here, the boys from the band Sunset Sons treated us to a gig on the bus deck and we held a wicked SUP race, where the winner took home an O’Neill wetsuit.

Copyright: David Wren 2015 / www.rwnd.co.uk
Copyright: David Wren 2015 / http://www.rwnd.co.uk

There are six of us on the bus with all our gear, working & sleeping in close quarters! So, we have to be selective about our gear as there is not a lot of space. Everything I have with me I need, and nothing that doesn’t get used.”

Here’s David’s Camera & Video Gear which he fits in the Think Tank Photo Airport International v2 roller:

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CAMERA & VIDEO & SOUND GEAR:

  • Canon 5D mk3 (without grip)
  • Canon 7D (without grip)
  • Canon 15mm fisheye
  • Tokina 11-16 f2.8
  • Tamron 24-70 f2.8 VR
  • Canon 50mm f1.4
  • Canon 100-400mm mk1 f4.5-5.6
  • Canon 430 EX II flash
  • Nikon L35 film camera! with colour film: Kodak Portra 400
  • Olympus TG4 Camera (Olympus are Sponsoring the O’Neill Wetsuits UK & Butta 2015 Summer tour #busvibes)
  • Rode video mic pro
  • Lens Pens
  • Pocket Wizards mini TT1 & Flex TT5
  • AA chargers
  • Hahnel Giga T Pro II – Wireless Timer Remote = for time lapses & cables for this
  • x8 LPE-6 batteries for Canon
  • x8 AA batteries
  • Flash sync cables
  • x2 variable ND filters = different sizes

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Here’s David’s tripod & monopod which he fits on the outside of the Think Tank Photo Airport International v2 roller:

  • MM294C4 manfrotto carbon fibre monopod with RC234 head
  • MT055CX PRO3 manfrotto tripod for video with 2 way video fluid head

David’s POST PRODUCTION GEAR is protected in the Think Tank Photo My 2nd Brain 15 v2 laptop bag:

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  • iPad mini 3
  • iPod shuffle
  • 15” mac book pro
  • Headphone
  • iPhone 5C
  • apple mouse
  • x2 WD 2TP passport hard disks in hard cases
  • memory card reader
  • Charges for all
  • Parker pen

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David also uses these Think Tank Photo accessories to keep all his accessories tidy and quickly findable:

Olympus are Sponsoring our summer 2015 O’Neill Wetsuits UK tour, which has given me the chance to play around with the fully waterproof & shock prove Olympus Tough TG-4. It’s remarkably good for something so small compact, with fast focusing & frame rates in the water. I can shoot in raw and 1080p HD video with the TG4 and the quality is extremely high for the sensor size, which has definitely exceeded my expectations!”

Copyright: David Wren 2015 / www.rwnd.co.uk
Copyright: David Wren 2015 / http://www.rwnd.co.uk
Copyright: David Wren 2015 / www.rwnd.co.uk
Copyright: David Wren 2015 / http://www.rwnd.co.uk

Passenger clothing is sponsoring me and I’m enjoying getting to surf as often as possible on the tour and the picturesque sunsets from our wooden shack !!”

David has just got the Think Tank Photo Retrospective 30 canvas shoulder bag for when he needs to take a little less gear out and about with him, so we’ll see how he’s getting on with this later in the summer…


David will be on tour until 10th August – to catch up with the tour keep an eye on their facebook page:

https://www.facebook.com/ONeill

see the #busvibes TOUR DATES here

You can find out more about O’Neill Wetsuits UK and Butta here:

http://www.oneill.com/gb/en/home

http://www.butta.co.uk/

You can see more about Olympus and Passenger Clothing here:

http://www.olympus.co.uk/

http://www.passenger-clothing.com/


 

To see more of David Wren’s work follow these links to his Website and Instagram pages:

http://www.rwnd.co.uk/

https://instagram.com/rwndphotography

Copyright: David Wren 2015 / www.rwnd.co.uk
Copyright: David Wren 2015 / http://www.rwnd.co.uk

DJI Phantom 1 meets Airport Commuter

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We met up with Pete from LCE – London Camera Exchange – Winchester branch to find out which backpack from the Think Tank Photo range is the smallest fit for the DJI Phantom quadcopter and accessories.

We found that the DJI Phantom Series 1 fits very snugly in the Think Tank Photo Airport Commuter backpack, with room for the controller, monitor, action camera, some spare batteries and the blades.

Take a look at how this gear fits in the Airport Commuter:

The Airport Commuter backpack weighs in at 1.5 to 1.9kg, depending on the number of dividers used. The external dimensions are 31.6 x 21.6 x 45.7 cm (12.5″W x 8.5″D x 18″H) and the shape is rectangular, so this is an ideal bag for airline travel. Of course you’ll need to check out your preferred carrier for their carry-on allowance!

For those of you that prefer more space around the DJI Phantom quadcopter, then the larger Airport Accelerator backpack is ideal. With external dimensions of 35.6 x 22.9 x 52.1 cm (14″W x 9″D x 20.5″H) and weight of 1.9 to 2.5kg (depending on dividers used) it provides even more space for accessories too. There is also a separate pocket for your laptop and tablet.

These photos give you a guide to the bag size when fitting Canon and Nikon gear inside:

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Accelerator loaded with an assortment of Nikon Gear

Airport Accelerator with Canon Gear

The dividers that come with the Airport Accelerator are for standard DSLR gear, however Think Tank Photo have now produced a special divider set for this backpack – the Airport Accelerator DJI Phantom 2 Divider Kit – to maximise best use of space when fitting the DJI Phantom and accessories:

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T487 Airport Accelerator Phantom 2 Divider Kit 01S

As you can see, compared to the Airport Commuter there is more space around the quadcopter, and greater capacity for accessories. The special dividers allow for storage in between the quadcopter arms, and also the divider kit comes with x4 protective rotor mount thread caps.

The organiser pouches pictured between the arms are the Cable Management 20 V2 – other sizes and types are also available, and you can see the full range HERE.

Find out more about the DJI Phantom quadcopters and Think Tank Photo Airport Commuter and Accelerator backpacks from Pete at London Camera Exchange in Winchester.

You can check out Pete’s work on his website here: www.pete-rawlinson.co.uk

FYI: We filmed the video of the DJI Phantom 1 fitting in the Airport Commuter using Canon, Sony and GoPro cameras.

LCE PRO SHOW – Southampton

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As tLCE London Camera Exchangehe South Coast’s premier Professional Centre for Canon & Nikon camera systems, London Camera Exchange are pleased to announce the LCE Southampton PRO Show 2014.

After its runaway success over the last ten years, this major one day event will again be held at the Novotel Hotel in Southampton, on Thursday 10th April.

Visitors will be able to see, try & buy the latest professional digital SLRs, plus a wide selection of lenses & accessories, printers, tripods, bags, memory cards, studio flash systems, backgrounds & reflectors plus quality used equipment, all under one roof.

As always the Show will offer the perfect opportunity for professionals and enthusiasts to invest in the latest kit, with special Show-only offers and part exchange deals on the day. Expert advice and in-depth demos will be on offer from a host of manufacturer experts as well as our highly trained, friendly staff.

Brands exhibiting should include Canon, Nikon, Sony, Olympus, Panasonic, Fujifilm, Pentax, Ricoh, Sigma, Samyang (tbc), Tamron, Tokina, Epson, Lowepro, Tamrac, thinkTANK photo, Gitzo, Manfrotto, Velbon, Giottos, Lastolite (inc Lumen8 studio flash), Bowens studio flash, Metz, SanDisk, Hama, Hahnel, Cam Ranger, Rogue, X-Rite & ColorMunki, DxO Software, Stealth Gear, Crumpler & Op-tech.

Canon & Nikon sensor clean clinics will be in session, offering a FREE basic sensor clean on your Canon or Nikon DSLR by manufacturer technicians! (One only per show visitor).

Wild Arena will be holding various mini-studio photo sessions in conjunction with Canon including their popular ‘Animal Macro’ workshop, giving visitors the chance to try out the latest Canon DSLRs & Macro lenses etc on a variety of exotic insects, small reptiles and other subjects. The Royal Photographic Society will also be attending with info & joining offers.

Free Seminar Talks by manufacturer specialists/photographer ambassadors are to be held- to include sessions from Canon, Nikon, Sony, Olympus & Colour Confidence:

  • 11.30am-12.30pm – Nikon will offer a talk and presentation on the amazing new D4s Pro DSLR;
  • 12.30-1.30pm – Canon Explorer Danny Green will be discussing ‘The Art of Wildlife Photography’ using EOS equipment and is also offering short portfolio review sessions- email him at danny@dannygreenphotography.com to book your slot on this;
  • 1.30-2.50pm – Pro Fashion & Portrait Photographer Damian McGillicuddy will be talking about his work and on using the latest Olympus OM-D E-system cameras;
  • 3-4pm – Sony product talk, details to be confirmed.
  • 4-5pm – Pro Photographer Mark Lawrence from Lastolite will be discussing Studio Lighting techniques and the Lastolite product range, including Lumen8 Studio Flash, Backgrounds & Reflectors etc.
  • 5-6pm- Colour Confidence will be talking about ‘Improving Your Workflow’ using their monitor/printer calibration products and software;

NOTE: Places limited on all of the above, pre-booking not available on seminar talks.


FREE ENTRY:

Entrance to the event is FREE and doors are open from 11am until 7pm (limited car parking is available at the Novotel itself- visitors to enquire at reception for further info).

WIN:

To add to the excitement, every visitor will have the chance to win a superb Fujifilm X-M1+16-50mm Zoom (Compact System Camera) worth £549.99 SRP in the FREE Prize Draw on the day!


Snapperstuff will be demonstrating gear from Think Tank Photo, FLM, Peak Design and LumiQuest at the show, so please come and ask our Product Specialist any questions you have, and try out your gear for best fit!


LCE PRO SHOW:

Date:   10 April 2014 – Thursday
Time:  11am – 7pm
Venue: Novotel Hotel, 1 West Quay Road, Southampton SO15 1RA

 

The Societies Convention 2014

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The countdown is on to Europe’s biggest annual photographic Convention.

The Societies 2014 Convention runs from 15-20 January, and we’ll be exhibiting with the Societies Trade Show, over 3 days, from Friday Jan 17-19, at the Hilton London Metropole Hotel, 225 Edgware Road, London, W2 1JU.

Friday, 17 Jan = 10-5pm
Saturday, 18 Jan = 10-5pm
Sunday, 19 Jan = 10-4pm

Registration for FREE ENTRY to the Trade Show has now been extended to 10 January 2014, after this the cost is £6.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER NOW

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Over 100 exhibitors are preparing to show the latest products and services from the photographic industry.

Phil Jones, The Societies’ CEO says, “There is no question that this show is a ‘must-do’ event for all serious photographers”

He added, “Many of the trade have negotiated special deals for the 2014 Trade Show. There will also be a range of free demonstrations from some of the key players within the industry, such as Adobe, The Flash Centre, onOne Software, Fujifilm…to name a few.

Our 2014 Convention will simply be the biggest event of its kind ever held in Europe – and our message to photographers is simple ‘Don’t miss it’.”

For more information on The Societies 2014 Convention, please visit the link below:

http://www.swpp.co.uk/convention/

We will be exhibiting the brands we represent here in the UK & Ireland:

LumiQuest Logo Lightech Logo Green Clean Logo

FLM logoPeakDesign_logoTTP LOGO HIGHMindShift Logo

Paul Clarke’s Great Circular European Railway Challenge (GCERC)

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GCERC Train photo

Copyright: Paul Clarke 2013

With over a year’s planning under their belt, Photographer Paul Clarke and a group of friends embarked on the Great Circular European Railway Challenge (GCERC). Travelling from London around Europe and back to London from 6 to 23 July 2013.

GCERC Journey MapCopyright: Paul Clarke 2013 Great Circular European Railway Challenge (GCERC)

Paul has set up a picture gallery for each day of their travels which you can see here:
PAUL CLARKE GCERC FLICKR GALLERY

A large part of Paul’s planning was what camera gear he could actually take with him and how to carry it.

Paul says: What was the most flexible set-up I could bring, capable of everything that could be thrown in front of it from deep inside the Arctic Circle, the rough end of east European cities, the hot plains of Spain and everything in between? And how would I actually carry it? Weight, speed of access, and security mattered here.

Here’s a list of the gear Paul eventually decided upon for his journey:

Camera:
Canon 5D MkIII full frame SLR
Canon G15 (fixed lens, zoom equivalent of 28-140mm)

Lenses:
50mm f/1.4 prime
16-35L Mk II f/2.8 zoom
70-200L MkII f/2.8 zoom
2x extender (MkIII) (to turn the telephoto into a proper big 400mm beast where required)
580EXII speedlite flash

Laptop & processing:
Alienware G14 laptop and Wacom A5 graphics tablet. Big and heavy, and the wrong choice for this trip. In future, a 4GB RAM thin ultrabook of some kind will do. I use the Alienware because it’s ultra fast for crunching pics on location at events. Here, time is not my enemy.

The bits:
Spare memory cards, USB3 card reader, 2 USB-microUSB cables, multi-purpose cable (USB-miniUSB/microUSB/iPhone), 4 AA batteries for flash, 2 spare 5D batteries, chargers for 5D and G15 batteries, mini USB brick, 2 euro AC socket adapters, AC-USB converter, spare phone battery.

So, for carrying the gear around, Paul sought advice from fellow photographer Tracy Howl – which resulted in Paul using the Think Tank Photo belt and pouch system. He used the Lens Changer 75 Pop Down v2, the Skin Body Bag and the Hubba Hubba Hiney pouches on the Pro Speed Belt v2 to carry his camera gear around for comfort, speed of access and peace of mind knowing his valuable gear was attached to him!

You can see Paul’s full camera gear planning article here:
GCERC camera kit

The GCERC group have put together a website which gives extensive coverage of their GCERC journey, including the route travelled, places visited, costs and links to all their blogs and super features from enroute: Great Circular European Railway Challenge (GCERC) – the disOrient Express. London to everywhere and back, via everywhere!

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Copyright: Great Circular European Railway Challenge (GCERC) 2013

To see more of Paul’s work you can see his website here:

PAUL CLARKE’S WEBSITE

Airline carry-on for Summer 2013

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Airplane HA01Copyright: Helen Atkinson 2013

Embarking on your Summer holiday abroad?

There’ve been quite a few changed in Airline Carry-on allowances* since last summer…

So, here at Snapperstuff we’ve put together a list of some popular airlines to help you on your journey.

We have also given you some suggestions for Think Tank Photo bags that are within the relevant airline’s carry-on allowance guidelines.

We’ve listed the maximum carry-on items, weights & dimensions for popular flights out of the UK & Ireland:

Aer Lingus

  • One carry-on bag & one personal item
  • Carry-on bag = max. weight of 10kg  with max. dimensions of 55cm H (21.5″) x 40cm W (15.5″) x 24cm D (9.5″) – note: Carry-on baggage must fit inside the gauge units at the airport (including wheels and handles)
  • Personal item (ladies handbag, gents satchel, duty free shopping bag, etc.) = This personal item must be placed under the seat in front & may not exceed: 25cm H (10″) x 33cm W (13″) x 20cm D (8″)

Snapperstuff SUGGESTS:

ROLLER BAG – Think Tank Photo Airport 4-Sight:
External dimensions including wheels and feet: 35.6 x 20.3 x 53.35 cm (14 “w x 8″d x 21″h)
Base weight: 4.3 – 5.2 kg (depending on accessories used such as dividers, rain cover, etc…)

BACKPACK – Think Tank Photo Shapeshifter:
External Dimensions:
When expanded: 32 x 51 x 18cm (12.5”W x 20”H x 7”D)
When compressed: 32 x 51 x 8cm (12.5”W x 20”H x 3”D)
Weight: 1.73kg

Aer Lingus (Regional)

  • flight numbers 3000-4000 operated by Aer Arann
  • One carry-on bag
  • Carry-on item must not exceed limit of 7kg
  • Carry-on baggage must be within the size dimensions of 48cm H (18.5″) x 33cm W (13″) x 20cm D (8″)

Snapperstuff SUGGESTS:

SLING BAG – Think Tank Photo Sling-O-Matic 30 – or any other from this range
External Dimensions: 30.5 x 44 x 19 cm (12″ W x 17.25″ H x 7.5″ D)
Weight: 1.3-1.8 kg (Varies based on which accessories are used)

MESSENGER / SHOULDER BAG – Think Tank Photo Citywalker 20 – or the smaller 10 size from this range
(available in Blue Slate/Black or just Black & 2 smaller sizes)
Exterior Dimensions: 35 x 25 x 17 cm (13.8” W x 9.8” H x 6.7” D)
Weight: 0.9 – 1.0 kg (depending on insert & dividers used)

BACKPACK – Think Tank Photo Airport Essentials:
External dimensions: 29.2 x 17.8 x 45.7 cm (11.5″W x 7″D x 18″H)
Weight: 1.4-1.6 kg (weight fluctuates based on accessories used)

BACKPACK – Think Tank Photo Streetwalker Pro
External dimensions: 25 x 45 x 19cm (10”W x 17.5”H x 7.5”D)
Weight: 1.2 – 1.5kg (weight varies with accessories used)

American Airlines

  • One carry-on bag & one personal item
  • Carry-on bag total dimensions may not exceed 114cm (45″) (length + width + height). Maximum dimensions cannot exceed: 56 cm length x 35 cm width x 23 cm tall (22″ x 14″ x 9″)
  • The bag must fit in the baggage frames located throughout the check-in area at the airport.
  • One personal item, such as purse, briefcase, laptop bag or a similar item such as book bag or shopping bag. Total dimensions may not exceed 91cm (36″) (length + width + height)

Snapperstuff SUGGESTS:

BACKPACK – Think Tank Photo Shapeshifter:
External Dimensions:
When expanded: 32 x 51 x 18cm (12.5”W x 20”H x 7”D)
When compressed: 32 x 51 x 8cm (12.5”W x 20”H x 3”D)
Weight: 1.73kg

BACKPACK – Think Tank Photo Airport Commuter:
External dimensions: 31.6 x 21.6 x 45.7 cm (12.5″W x 8.5″D x 18″H)
Weight: 1.5-1.9 kg (weight fluctuates based on accessories used)

ROLLER BAG – Think Tank Photo Airport Navigator:
External dimensions: 40.6 x 25.4 x 39.4 cm (16″W x 10″D x 15.5″H)
Weight: 3.7 – 4.2 kg (weight is dependent upon accessories used; minimum weight = 2 hinged dividers ONLY)

ROLLER BAG – Think Tank Photo Airport 4-Sight:
External dimensions including wheels and feet: 35.6 x 20.3 x 53.35 cm (14 “w x 8″d x 21″h)
Base weight: 4.3 – 5.2 kg (depending on accessories used such as dividers, rain cover, etc…)

LAPTOP BAG – Think Tank Photo Artificial Intelligence 15 v3 – other sizes available too
External Dimensions: 38 x 28 x 3.6 cm (15”H x 11“W x 1.4”D)

Weight: 0.4 – 0.5 Kg

bmi regional – (Economy &  Economy Flexible)

  • One carry-on bag & one personal item (such as a small handbag, purse, small briefcase, laptop (in a thin satchel), baby-changing bag, etc). Personal items are accepted at bmi regional’s discretion. The larger items should have DAA tags attached to them at check-in or the gate
  • Hand baggage does not have any weight restrictions but must have a maximum length of 55cm, width of 40cm and depth of 23cm. These dimensions include wheels, handles, side pockets, etc. You will not be allowed to pass through security with hand baggage, which exceeds the specified dimensions. Any customer attempting to do so, will be redirected to check-in and asked to check in their bag into the hold

Snapperstuff SUGGESTS:

ROLLER BAG – Think Tank Photo Airport 4-Sight:
External dimensions including wheels and feet: 35.6 x 20.3 x 53.35 cm (14 “w x 8″d x 21″h)
Base weight: 4.3 – 5.2 kg (depending on accessories used such as dividers, rain cover, etc…)

SHOULDER BAG – Think Tank Photo Urban Disguise 70 v2 – or any other from this range
External Dimensions: 38 x 32 x 19 cm (15″ W x 12.5″ H x 7.5″ D)
Weight: 1.0 – 1.7 kg depending on accessories used

LAPTOP BAG – Think Tank Photo Artificial Intelligence 15 v3
External Dimensions: 38 x 28 x 3.6 cm (15”H x 11“W x 1.4”D)

Weight: 0.4 – 0.5 Kg

bmi regional – (Business Fares)

  • The rules outlined for customers travelling on an Economy or Economy Flexible ticket, also apply to those travelling on Business Fares
  • Business Fare customers are however entitled to take two pieces of main hand baggage onboard, in addition to one personal item

British Airways

  • You are allowed one piece of hand baggage plus a laptop or handbag
  • A 23kg maximum bag weight applies and you must be able to lift the bag unaided into the overhead lockers in the aircraft cabin
  • Your main piece of hand baggage is up to the dimensions 56cm x 45cm x 25cm (22in x 18in x 10in), including the handle, pockets and wheels
  • Your bag must fit into the bag gauge, available at the check-in area
  • Your laptop or handbag is up to the dimensions 45cm x 36cm x 20cm (18in x 14in x 8in), including the handle and pockets
  • Your laptop or handbag must fit under the seat in front of you.

Snapperstuff SUGGESTS:

ROLLER BAG – Think Tank Photo Airport International v2:
External dimensions including wheels and feet: 36 x 22 x 53 cm (14.25″w x 8.75″d x 21″h)
Base weight: 4.3-5.2kg (depending on accessories used such as dividers, rain cover, etc…)

ROLLER BAG – Think Tank Photo Airport 4-Sight:
External dimensions including wheels and feet: 35.6 x 20.3 x 53.35 cm (14 “w x 8″d x 21″h)
Base weight: 4.3 – 5.2 kg (depending on accessories used such as dividers, rain cover, etc…)

ROLLER BAG – Think Tank Photo Airport Navigator:
External dimensions: 40.6 x 25.4 x 39.4 cm (16″W x 10″D x 15.5″H)
Weight: 3.7 – 4.2 kg (weight is dependent upon accessories used; minimum weight = 2 hinged dividers ONLY)

ROLLER BAG – Think Tank Photo Airport Airstream
External dimensions including wheels and feet: 37 x 22 x 46 cm (15″w x 9″d x 18″h)
Weight: 4.1 – 4.8 kg (depending on accessories used such as dividers, rain cover, etc…)

BACKPACK – Think Tank Photo Shapeshifter:
External Dimensions:
When expanded: 32 x 51 x 18cm (12.5”W x 20”H x 7”D)
When compressed: 32 x 51 x 8cm (12.5”W x 20”H x 3”D)
Weight: 1.73kg

BACKPACK – Think Tank Photo Airport Accelerator:
External dimensions: 35.6 x 22.9 x 52.1 cm (14″W x 9″D x 20.5″H)
Weight: 1.9-2.5kg (weight fluctuates based on accessories used)

LAPTOP / SHOULDER BAG – Think Tank Photo Urban Disguise 60v2:
External Dimensions: 41.9 x 30.5 x 15.2 cm (16.5″ W x 12″ H x 6″ D)
Weight: 1.7-2.0 kg

Delta

  • Carry-on allowance is ONE bag AND ONE personal item (personal item can be: purse, briefcase, laptop bag or similar sized item)
  • Baggage may not exceed 114 linear cm (45 linear inches) in combined length, width and height, including any handles and wheels
  • Baggage must fit easily in the Carry-on Baggage Check  – approximately sized 56 x 35 x  23 cm (22″ x 14″ x 9″) – which is located near the check-in counters

Snapperstuff SUGGESTS: same range as for United Airlines (below)

easyJet

  • dimensions must be no more than 50 x 40 x 20cm for easyJet to guarantee that “it will travel with you either in the overhead locker or, if necessary, under the seat in front of you”
  • OR easyJet plus cardholders, FLEXI fare, easyJet plus Upfront or Extra Legroom customers, can continue to bring ONE piece of cabin baggage no bigger than 56 x 45 x 25cm including handles and wheels – and use easyJet plus Speedy Boarding to board first in order to secure space in the overhead lockers
  • see easyJet’s website for full info

Snapperstuff SUGGESTS:

BACKPACK – Think Tank Photo Airport Commuter:
External dimensions: 31.6 x 21.6 x 45.7 cm (12.5″W x 8.5″D x 18″H)
Weight: 1.5-1.9 kg (weight fluctuates based on accessories used)

SHOULDER BAG – Think Tank Photo Urban Disguise 70 v2 – or any other from this range
External Dimensions: 38 x 32 x 19 cm (15″ W x 12.5″ H x 7.5″ D)
Weight: 1.0 – 1.7 kg depending on accessories used

MESSENGER / SHOULDER BAG – Think Tank Photo Citywalker 20 – or smaller size 10 from this range
(available in Blue Slate/Black or just Black & 2 smaller sizes)

Exterior Dimensions: 35 x 25 x 17 cm (13.8” W x 9.8” H x 6.7” D)
Weight: 0.9 – 1 kg (depending on insert & dividers used)

SLING BAG – Think Tank Photo Sling-O-Matic 30 – or any other from this range
External Dimensions: 30.5 x 44 x 19 cm (12″ W x 17.25″ H x 7.5″ D)
Weight: 1.3-1.8 kg (Varies based on which accessories are used)

NOTE: For the 56 x 45 x 25 size – see suggestions as for British Airways

flybe (Essentials & New Economy)

  • One piece of carry-on baggage
  • 10kg hand baggage allowance
  • max. dimensions of: 55 x 40 x 23cm

flybe (Plus)

  • One piece of carry-on baggage + laptop (where airports allow)
  • Carry-on baggage must be max. weight of 10kg
  • with max. dimensions of: 55 x 40 x 23cm

Snapperstuff SUGGESTS:

SHOULDER BAG – Think Tank Photo Retrospective 50 – or any other size from the range
External Dimensions: 40.6 x 30 x 21.6 cm (16″ W x 11.8″ H x 8.5″ D)
Weight: 1.6 – 2 kg (Varies based on which accessories are used)

MESSENGER / SHOULDER BAG – Think Tank Photo Citywalker 30 – or any other from this range
(available in Blue Slate/Black or just Black & 2 smaller sizes)

Exterior Dimensions: 41.5 x 29 x 21 cm (16.3” W x 11.4” H x 8.3” D)
Weight: 1.2 – 1.4 kg (depending on insert & dividers used)

First Choice

  • One piece of carry-on baggage
  • this must weigh less than 5kg
  • with max. dimensions of 55cm x 40cm x 20cm

Snapperstuff SUGGESTS: same range as for Ryan Air (below)

Jet2

  • One piece of carry-on baggage per person
  • This must weigh less than 10kg
  • This must be no bigger than 56x45x25cm, including wheels and handles

Snapperstuff SUGGESTS:

SHOULDER BAG – Think Tank Photo Retrospective 50 – or any other size from the range
External Dimensions: 40.6 x 30 x 21.6 cm (16″ W x 11.8″ H x 8.5″ D)
Weight: 1.6 – 2 kg (Varies based on which accessories are used)

MESSENGER / SHOULDER BAG – Think Tank Photo Citywalker 30 – or any other from this range
(available in Blue Slate/Black or just Black & 2 smaller sizes)

Exterior Dimensions: 41.5 x 29 x 21 cm (16.3” W x 11.4” H x 8.3” D)
Weight: 1.2 – 1.4 kg (depending on insert & dividers used)

KLM (Economy Class)

  • ONE bag measuring 55 x 25 x 35 cm (21.5″ x 10″ x 13.5″) (l x w x h) – where the sum of the dimensions may not be greater than 115 cm (45 inches), including wheels and handles
  • and ONE of the following accessories: handbag, briefcase, camera, small laptop, or one other item of similar or smaller size
  • Total weight must not exceed 12kg (including bag & all accessories)
  • NOTE: Flights operated by KLM Cityhopper and KLM Boeing 737 aircraft have limited storage space in the cabin, and so they may ask you to put your hand baggage in the hold

Snapperstuff SUGGESTS:

BACKPACK – Think Tank Photo Airport Commuter:
External dimensions: 31.6 x 21.6 x 45.7 cm (12.5″W x 8.5″D x 18″H)
Weight: 1.5-1.9 kg (weight fluctuates based on accessories used)

BACKPACK – Think Tank Photo Shapeshifter:
External Dimensions:
When expanded: 32 x 51 x 18cm (12.5”W x 20”H x 7”D)
When compressed: 32 x 51 x 8cm (12.5”W x 20”H x 3”D)
Weight: 1.73kg

MESSENGER / SHOULDER BAG – Think Tank Photo Citywalker 30
(available in Blue Slate/Black or just Black & 2 smaller sizes)

External dimensions: 41.5 x 29 x 21 cm (16.3” W x 11.4” H x 8.3” D) – this bag really is Tardis like in it’s capacity!
Weight: 1.2-1.4kg (depending on insert & dividers used)

SHOULDER BAG – Think Tank Photo Urban Disguise 70 v2 – or any other from this range
External Dimensions: 38 x 32 x 19 cm (15″ W x 12.5″ H x 7.5″ D)
Weight: 1.0 – 1.7 kg depending on accessories used

LAPTOP BAG – Think Tank Photo Artificial Intelligence 15 v3
External Dimensions: 38 x 28 x 3.6 cm (15”H x 11“W x 1.4”D)

Weight: 0.4 – 0.5 Kg

KLM (Business Class)

  • TWO bags: ONE bag measuring 55 x 25 x 35 cm (21.5″ x 10″ x 13.5″) (l x w x h) – where the sum of the dimensions may not be greater than 115 cm (45 inches), including wheels and handles AND and ONE bag smaller than 45 x 20 x 35 cm (18″ x 8″ x 13.5″) (l x w x h)**
  • and ONE of the following accessories: handbag, briefcase, camera, small laptop, or one other item of similar or smaller size
  • Total weight must not exceed 18kg (including bag & all accessories)
  • NOTE: Flights operated by KLM Cityhopper and KLM Boeing 737 aircraft have limited storage space in the cabin, and so they may ask you to put your hand baggage in the hold
  • ** Exception for World Business Class passengers: on flights from India you may only carry ONE item of hand baggage. You may check in a second hand bag free of charge

Lufthansa (First Class & Business Class)

  • TWO pieces of hand luggage (Please check for possible country-specific variations to this general rule)
  • A piece of hand luggage may not be larger than 55 cm x 40 cm x 23 cm and may not weigh more than 8 kg. NOTE: Foldable garment bags are an exception to this; they count as hand luggage up to a size of 57 cm x 54 cm x 15 cm
  • Items of hand luggage which exceed these limits will be carried free of charge in the cargo hold within your permitted free baggage allowance, as storage space on board is limited. This is in the interests of your own and other passengers’ safety and comfort. Please ensure that you remove any medicines and any valuables such as your laptop, mobile phone, PDA, documents, identity papers, jewellery, etc, from your hand luggage if it has to be carried in the cargo hold

Lufthansa (Economy Class)

  • ONE piece of hand luggage (Please check for possible country-specific variations to this general rule)
  • A piece of hand luggage may not be larger than 55 cm x 40 cm x 23 cm and may not weigh more than 8 kg. NOTE: Foldable garment bags are an exception to this; they count as hand luggage up to a size of 57 cm x 54 cm x 15 cm
  • Items of hand luggage which exceed these limits will be carried free of charge in the cargo hold within your permitted free baggage allowance, as storage space on board is limited. This is in the interests of your own and other passengers’ safety and comfort. Please ensure that you remove any medicines and any valuables such as your laptop, mobile phone, PDA, documents, identity papers, jewellery, etc, from your hand luggage if it has to be carried in the cargo hold

Snapperstuff SUGGESTS: same range as for KLM but watch your weight limit of 8kg!

Monarch – (Scheduled flights – flight numbers starting with ZB)

  • One piece of hand baggage no bigger than 56 x 40 x 25cm (there’ll be a size gauge at the airport to check this) and no heavier than 10kg, plus a small duty free bag from the departure airport.
  • OR Two separate pieces of hand baggage, as long as the combined size is no bigger than 56 x 40 x 25cm and the combined weight no heavier than 10kg, plus a small duty free bag from the departure airport.
  • Monarch also say: “There is limited space onboard, and we are sorry but on busy flights we cannot guarantee that we can fit all baggage in the cabin. Taking two smaller bags and placing one under the seat in front of you will help to avoid your baggage being placed in the hold.”

Snapperstuff SUGGESTS:

BACKPACK – Think Tank Photo Shapeshifter:
External Dimensions:
When expanded: 32 x 51 x 18cm (12.5”W x 20”H x 7”D)
When compressed: 32 x 51 x 8cm (12.5”W x 20”H x 3”D)
Weight: 1.73kg

ROLLER BAG – Think Tank Photo Airport 4-Sight:
External dimensions including wheels and feet: 35.6 x 20.3 x 53.35 cm (14 “w x 8″d x 21″h)
Base weight: 4.3 – 5.2 kg (depending on accessories used such as dividers, rain cover, etc…)

Monarch – (Chartered flights – flight numbers starting with MON)

  • One piece of hand baggage no bigger than the new slightly reduced size of 56 x 40 x 25cm (there’ll be a size gauge at the airport to check this) and no heavier than 5kg, plus a small duty free bag from the departure airport.
  • OR Two separate pieces of hand baggage, as long as the combined size is no bigger than 56 x 40 x 25cm and the combined weight no heavier than 5kg, plus a small duty free bag from the departure airport.
  • Monarch also say: “This means there’s no need to choose between your bag and your laptop. And you won’t have to cram everything into one bag at the departure gate.  All we ask is that you put small items under the seat in front of you, to leave more space in the overhead lockers for larger bags.”

Monarch – (Scheduled flights – to Freetown)

  • One piece of cabin baggage per person to include handbags and laptops + one standard size carrier bag of goods purchased from the departure airport.
  • Hand luggage dimensions must not exceed 56cm x 40cm x 25cm (including handles and wheels)
  • this must not weigh more than 5kg

Snapperstuff SUGGESTS :

MESSENGER / SHOULDER BAG – Think Tank Photo Citywalker 30 – or any other from this range
(available in Blue Slate/Black or just Black & 2 smaller sizes)

Exterior Dimensions: 41.5 x 29 x 21 cm (16.3” W x 11.4” H x 8.3” D)
Weight: 1.2 – 1.4 kg (depending on insert & dividers used)

Quantas – (international flights – First/Business/Premium Economy)

  • TWO pieces of carry on:
  • EITHER 2 x 115cm (45in) bags = each with dimensions of approximately 56 x 36 x 23 cm (22″ x 14″ x 9″)
  • OR 1 x 115cm (45in) bag plus 1 x 185cm (73in) non rigid garment bag = one with dimensions of approximately 56 x 36 x 23 cm (22″ x 14″ x 9″) plus one with dimensions of approximately 60 x 114 x 11 cm (24″ x 45″ x 4″)
  • Max. weight of each bag is 7kg – thus total weight of 14kg
  • NOTE: Due to capacity constraints, if transferring to/from an International service, the 4kg Carry-on Baggage limit applies, regardless of your International Carry-on Allowance. Any excess may need to be carried in the hold

Quantas – (international flights – Economy)

  • ONE piece of carry-on
  • EITHER 1 x 115 linear cm (45 linear inches) bag = dimensions of approximately 56 x 36 x 23 cm (22″ x 14″ x 9″)
  • OR 1 x 185 linear cm (73 linear inches) non rigid garment bag = dimensions of approximately 60 x 114 x 11 cm (24″ x 45″ x 4″)
  • Max. weight is 7kg
  • NOTE: Due to capacity constraints, if transferring to/from an International service, the 4kg Carry-on Baggage limit applies, regardless of your International Carry-on Allowance. Any excess may need to be carried in the hold

Snapperstuff SUGGESTS: keep an eye on your WEIGHT ALLOWANCE on Quantas

ROLLER BAG – Think Tank Photo Airport International v2:
External dimensions including wheels and feet: 36 x 22 x 53 cm (14.25″w x 8.75″d x 21″h)
Base weight: 4.3-5.2kg (depending on accessories used such as dividers, rain cover, etc…)

BACKPACK – Think Tank Photo Shapeshifter:
External Dimensions:
When expanded: 32 x 51 x 18cm (12.5”W x 20”H x 7”D)
When compressed: 32 x 51 x 8cm (12.5”W x 20”H x 3”D)
Weight: 1.73kg

BACKPACK – Think Tank Photo Airport Accelerator:
External dimensions: 35.6 x 22.9 x 52.1 cm (14″W x 9″D x 20.5″H)
Weight: 1.9-2.5kg (weight fluctuates based on accessories used)

LAPTOP / SHOULDER BAG – Think Tank Photo Urban Disguise 60v2:
External Dimensions: 41.9 x 30.5 x 15.2 cm (16.5″ W x 12″ H x 6″ D)
Weight: 1.7-2.0 kg

Ryanair

  • Strictly one item of cabin baggage per passenger (excluding infants)
  • weighing up to 10kg
  • with maximum dimensions of 55cm x 40cm x 20cm is permitted
  • Note: handbag, briefcase, laptop, shop purchases, camera etc.) must be carried in your 1 permitted piece of cabin baggage

Snapperstuff SUGGESTS:

BACKPACK – Think Tank Photo Airport Essentials:
External dimensions: 29.2 x 17.8 x 45.7 cm (11.5″W x 7″D x 18″H)
Weight: 1.4-1.6 kg (weight fluctuates based on accessories used)

MESSENGER / SHOULDER BAG – Think Tank Photo Citywalker 20 – or the smaller 10 size from this range
(available in Blue Slate/Black or just Black & 2 smaller sizes)
Exterior Dimensions: 35 x 25 x 17 cm (13.8” W x 9.8” H x 6.7” D)
Weight: 0.9 – 1.0 kg (depending on insert & dividers used)

SHOULDER BAG – Think Tank Photo Retrospective – the 30, 20, 10, 7 or 5 sizes
External Dimensions: 43.2 x 26.7 x 17.8 cm (16″ W x 10.5″ H x 7″ D)
Weight: 1.5 kg (Varies based on which accessories are used)

SHOULDER BAG – Think Tank Photo Urban Disguise 70 v2 – or any other from this range
External Dimensions: 38 x 32 x 19 cm (15″ W x 12.5″ H x 7.5″ D)
Weight: 1.0 – 1.7 kg depending on accessories used

SLING BAG – Think Tank Photo Sling-O-Matic 30 – or any other from this range
External Dimensions: 30.5 x 44 x 19 cm (12″ W x 17.25″ H x 7.5″ D)
Weight: 1.3-1.8 kg (Varies based on which accessories are used)

Thomas Cook Airlines

  • Each person is allowed to carry one 5kg piece of hand luggage
  • with dimensions up to: 55cm x 40cm x 20cm

Snapperstuff SUGGESTS: same range as for Ryan Air (above)

Thomson Airlines

  • you can carry ONE piece of hand luggage of up to 5kg for free
  • The maximum dimensions of your hand luggage can be 55x40x20cm
  • Thomson Airlines also say: “you must be able to lift your hand luggage into the overhead storage compartments yourself. Things like laptops, handbags and items bought at the airport must fit within your 1 piece of hand baggage”

Snapperstuff SUGGESTS: same range as for Ryan Air (above)

United Airlines

  • you can carry-on ONE bag AND ONE personal item (see below), per customer
  • Carry-on bag maximum combined linear measurement (length + width + height) must not exceed 35 x 23 x 56 cm (14″ x 9″ x 22″) or 114 linear cm (45 linear inches)
  • Your personal item, such as a shoulder bag, backpack, laptop bag or other small item must be no larger than 23 x 25 x 43 cm (9″ x 10″ x 17″), or 91.4 linear cm (36 linear inches)

Snapperstuff SUGGESTS:

ROLLER BAG – Think Tank Photo Airport 4-Sight:
External dimensions including wheels and feet: 35.6 x 20.3 x 53.35 cm (14 “w x 8″d x 21″h)
Base weight: 4.3 – 5.2 kg (depending on accessories used such as dividers, rain cover, etc…)

BACKPACK – Think Tank Photo Airport Commuter:
External dimensions: 31.6 x 21.6 x 45.7 cm (12.5″W x 8.5″D x 18″H)
Weight: 1.5-1.9 kg (weight fluctuates based on accessories used)

BACKPACK – Think Tank Photo Shapeshifter:
External Dimensions:
When expanded: 32 x 51 x 18cm (12.5”W x 20”H x 7”D)
When compressed: 32 x 51 x 8cm (12.5”W x 20”H x 3”D)
Weight: 1.73kg

SLING BAG – Think Tank Photo Sling-O-Matic 30 – or any other from this range
External Dimensions: 30.5 x 44 x 19 cm (12″ W x 17.25″ H x 7.5″ D)
Weight: 1.3-1.8 kg (Varies based on which accessories are used)

SHOULDER BAG – Think Tank Photo Retrospective 50 – or any other size from the range
External Dimensions: 40.6 x 30 x 21.6 cm (16″ W x 11.8″ H x 8.5″ D)
Weight: 1.6 – 2 kg (Varies based on which accessories are used)

SHOULDER BAG – Think Tank Photo Urban Disguise 70 v2 – or any other from this range
External Dimensions: 38 x 32 x 19 cm (15″ W x 12.5″ H x 7.5″ D)
Weight: 1.0 – 1.7 kg depending on accessories used

MESSENGER / SHOULDER BAG – Think Tank Photo Citywalker 30 – or any other from this range
(available in Blue Slate/Black or just Black & 2 smaller sizes)

Exterior Dimensions: 41.5 x 29 x 21 cm (16.3” W x 11.4” H x 8.3” D)
Weight: 1.2 – 1.4 kg (depending on insert & dividers used)

US Airways

  • for carry-on you’re allowed ONE bag AND ONE personal item (the personal item can be a purse, briefcase or laptop bag)
  • Carry-on maximum dimensions 36 x 23 x 56 cm (14″ x 9″ x 22″) or 115 linear cm (45 linear inches)
  • Carry-on maximum weight 18 kg

Snapperstuff SUGGESTS:

ROLLER BAG – Think Tank Photo Airport International v2:
External dimensions including wheels and feet: 36 x 22 x 53 cm (14.25″w x 8.75″d x 21″h)
Base weight: 4.3-5.2kg (depending on accessories used such as dividers, rain cover, etc…)

BACKPACK – Think Tank Photo Shapeshifter:
External Dimensions:
When expanded: 32 x 51 x 18cm (12.5”W x 20”H x 7”D)
When compressed: 32 x 51 x 8cm (12.5”W x 20”H x 3”D)
Weight: 1.73kg

BACKPACK – Think Tank Photo Airport Accelerator:
External dimensions: 35.6 x 22.9 x 52.1 cm (14″W x 9″D x 20.5″H)
Weight: 1.9-2.5kg (weight fluctuates based on accessories used)

LAPTOP / SHOULDER BAG – Think Tank Photo Urban Disguise 60v2:
External Dimensions: 41.9 x 30.5 x 15.2 cm (16.5″ W x 12″ H x 6″ D)
Weight: 1.7-2.0 kg

Virgin Atlantic –  Little Red (UK Domestic) & Economy & Premium Economy

  • One item of Carry-On
  • 23 x 36 x 56 cm (approx. 9″ x 14″ x 22″)
  • max weight: 10Kg
  • Children’s allowance varies – please see Virgin’s website for full info

Snapperstuff SUGGESTS:

SHOULDER BAG – Think Tank Photo Retrospective 50 – or any other size from the range
External Dimensions: 40.6 x 30 x 21.6 cm (16″ W x 11.8″ H x 8.5″ D)
Weight: 1.6 – 2 kg (Varies based on which accessories are used)

MESSENGER / SHOULDER BAG – Think Tank Photo Citywalker 30 – or any other from this range
(available in Blue Slate/Black or just Black & 2 smaller sizes)

Exterior Dimensions: 41.5 x 29 x 21 cm (16.3” W x 11.4” H x 8.3” D)
Weight: 1.2 – 1.4 kg (depending on insert & dividers used)

Virgin Atlantic –  Upper Class

  • Two items of Carry-On
  • 23 x 36 x 56 cm (approx. 9″ x 14″ x 22″) for each one
  • maximum weight combined = 16Kg (max. weight individual item = 12Kg)

Snapperstuff SUGGESTS: same range as for Virgin Atlantic Little Red & Economy & Premium Economy… but you can take a little more weight!

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*Note: all carry-on items, weight and dimension allowances are subject to change at any time by the airlines, so please ensure you check with your preferred airline for accuracy prior to travel, to avoid disappointment.

We’ve compiled the above list in July 2013 from each airline’s website.

We’d welcome your feedback on this, especially your experiences traveling with the Think Tank Photo bags, and if you have any other carry-on info you’d like to share please let us know. Thank you.