FYI – Think Tank Photo’s New Airport Rolling Camera Bags

Think Tank Photo just released completely updated versions of their award-winning Airport rolling camera bags.

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They feature improved handles, greater durability, and dedicated laptop and tablet compartments. The Airport International V3.0, sized for international carry on requirements, holds two gripped DSLRs with lenses attached, plus two to four additional lenses, a 15” laptop, and a 10” tablet.  The roller fits up to a 500mm f/4 detached or 400mm f/2.8 attached (hood reversed).  The Airport Security V3.0, sized for US domestic carry on requirements, holds two gripped DSLRs with lenses attached plus four to six additional lenses, a 17” laptop, and a 10” tablet.  The bag fits up to a 600mm f/4 detached or 500mm f/4 attached (hood reversed).

If interested, you can watch the Airport Rolling Bags video that shows you the in’s and out’s of these new bags.  (Make sure your volume is turned up.)

I do not own any of the new V3.0 Airport rolling bags but I do have the Airport Security V2.0 and love it.  It’s a sturdy, lightweight (before adding all my gear), bag with very smooth, quiet, heavy-duty wheels that allows me to feel confident everything will be protected while traveling.  I do not check my rolling bag (even though it has a TSA lock and security cable) and would not recommend that to anyone.  I use it as a carry on and have had no problems fitting it into the overhead bins.  If you own one of the new V3.0 Airport rolling camera bags, I’d like to hear what you think.

Don’t forget, with my special arrangement with Think Tank Photo you receive a free accessory and free shipping with every order you place for their gear.

Full Disclosure – This post contains affiliate links, which means I receive compensation if you make a purchase from any Think Tank Photo link on this page.  Thank you!

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