Camera Bags/Grip Cases

  • TT-airport-takeoff2

    ThinkTank Airport Takeoff

    Our favorite carry-on camera bag, when traveling on full-sized jets, and internationally.  The outside flap fits a 15″ Macbook Pro, and in a pinch, the bag converts into a backpack (though not the most for long distances).   Read More →

  • TT-airport-intl

    ThinkTank Airport International 2.0

    A great carry-on option, when you need a bit more security than your average camera bag.  Locking zippers, along with a built-in cable and lock, allow you to secure the bag to a solid object, and feel a bit better about letting your camera bag out of your sightline (not that you ever want to).

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  • tt-airport-shapeshifter

    ThinkTank Shape Shifter Backpack

    Our favorite all-around gear backpack, while on the road.  They’re designed for a camera body and a few lenses, but we’ve found that the neoprene sacks are also great for power cords, hard drives, sunglasses, etc.   Read More →

  • TT-retrospective-30

    ThinkTank Retrospective 30 Shoulder Bag

    The perfect bag for a quick one-day shoot, with a small amount of gear.  We’re able to fit a camera body and two or so lenses in this shoulder bag, plus a few accessories.

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  • WRP-MP-1 photopack

    WRP MP-1 Backpack

    Have used the Moose Peterson bags a lot, and they are made specifically to fit in the overhead of any regional jet– and can accommodate a 600 f/4. Good design overall.

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  • guragear-32l-grey

    Guragear Bataflae 32L Grey

    Though we’ve just started playing with this bag, we’re pretty sure it’ll become our go-to camera bag when we don’t use a roller.  Like the 18L, it’s very well-designed and built, but with one major added feature- the butterfly flaps.   Read More →

  • guragear-26l-grey

    Guragear Bataflae 26L Grey

    Like the 18L, very well-designed and built, but with one major added feature- the butterfly flaps.  These let you open half the bag at a time, if you only need partial access, but then unclip one strap, and you have a full, traditional bag opening…really versatile, to accommodate many shooting environments.

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  • guragear-18l-grey

    Guragear Bataflae 18L Grey

    Though we’re fairly new to this product line, we’re already loving them.  This bag is perfect when you need to be mobile, but have just a bit too much gear to fit in a large shoulder bag.  Really well-thought out design, and an incredibly rugged build.

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  • TT Logistics Manager

    ThinkTank Logistics Manager

    Perfect bag when you need to protect a ton of high-tech gear.  One of ours is dedicated to video gear, and houses just about all the basics we need on a shoot: boom/lavalier mics, monitor, shoulder rig, table dolly, small LED panels, audio recorder, batteries, etc.

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  • Kata OC-97

    Kata LW-97W Large Rolling Organizer Case

    Really durable bags, with a drastically updated wheel/handle system.  Okay, so, not that many people routinely travel with 10 speed lights. Read More →

  • Kata OC-88

    Kata LW-88W Medium Rolling Organizer Case

    Really durable bags, with a drastically updated wheel/handle system.  We use these guys for our Ranger Quadra sets. Good case, good size for a smallish flash system like the Quadra. We stick two packs, 4 heads, 4 adapter rings, cords, chargers, gels, tools, Skyport radio triggers in there, and the fit is comfortable.

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  • KAPLLW99W

    Kata LW-99W Extra Large Rolling Organizer Case

    Again, really durable bags, with a drastically updated wheel/handle system.  These house two full sets of our Westcott Spiderlite TD5′s, and with a bit of experimentation, we’ve also figured out how to fit the bulbs in, without breaking (too often), while in-transit.

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  • Lightware C6052 Cargo Case

    Lightware C6052 Cargo Cases

    We have found this particular model to be our favorite travel bag for all of our grip and lighting gear (c-stands, light shapers, magic arms, justin clamps, 3×6 & 6×6 kits, etc.).  We’ve also managed to get about 13 or so of these guys into the back of our Suburban. Alert! Light stands will eventually rip up the inside material with heavy use, and if you’re not careful, the stands will bust the zippers. We’ve sent a bunch in for repair.

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  • Lightware Head Pouch

    Lightware H7020 Large Head Pouch

    We use these to protect our Elinchrom Ranger and AC heads, while packed inside our Kata bags.  They offer a ton of padding, and keep our gear safe, while the TSA has their way with them.

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