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Think Tank Photo Logistics Manager 30 - Rolling Gear Case

B&H # THHVRC30 Mfr # 576
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You Pay: $499.75
Product Highlights
  • Holds DSLR System/Lenses up to 600mm f/4
  • Holds Flash System,Packs,Small Stands
  • Holds Most 17" Laptops
  • Two In-Line Skate Wheels,Tow Handle
  • Expandable Front 17" Laptop Pocket
  • Exterior Storage for Flat Items
  • Plastic ID Plate Can Be Registered
  • Reinforced Lid / Customizable Interior
  • Tripod Mounting Cup/Strap
  • Lockable Zipper Sliders/3 Side Handles

The Logistics Manager 30 - Rolling Gear Case from Think Tank is a large location bag designed to accommodate anything from a full DSLR system with multiple long telephoto lenses up to 600mm f/4 to a complete lighting system. As a camera bag, it will hold several DSLRs as well as many lenses and flashes. As a lighting bag, it will hold numerous flash heads, power packs, mono-blocks, medium sized softboxes, and small light stands. In either scenario, there is also plenty of room left for accessories in both interior and exterior storage pockets.

This case represents an enhancement of the previous Think Tank Logistics Manager. Some of the improvements include lockable zipper sliders, a stiffer lid to protect the contents, zippered side pocket for the included cable and lock. In addition, the serial number ID plate is now molded plastic. The lid straps are now longer to provide more choice of angles when the case is opened. Mesh interior pockets replaced the older polyurethane windows and the overall weight of the case has been reduced by 15%.

The expandable front zippered organizer pocket holds business essentials such as pens, note pad, phone, and business cards. With over 3600 cubic inches of storage space as well as customizable dividers, your gear can be arranged to meet your needs. Most 17" laptops will fit in another expandable front pocket. For security, a cable and combination lock are included that can be used to attach the case to a fixed object while you work.

The exterior is water-repellent and the inside is closed-cell foam, nylon and polyethylene. The case's rain cover can be readily deployed if the weather turns against you. Two in-line skate wheels, a telescoping tow handle and three side handles provide multiple options for hauling. The security ID plate can be registered with Think Tank so that if the case is lost, the number can be used to trace its owner.

Improvements Over Previous Logistics Manager Rolling Case
  • The main zipper sliders have been replaced with lockable zipper sliders instead of a TSA (Transportation Security Administration) lock
  • The lid is significantly stiffer in order to maintain its shape once the pockets are loaded
  • The back zippered cable lock pocket has been removed and there is now a more convenient lock/cable location in the side pocket
  • The backing for the serial number ID plate has been upgraded to molded plastic to improve strength
  • The length of the lid straps has been increased to allow for multiple lid angles
  • The interior lid pockets have been upgraded to mesh in place of the polyurethane windows
  • Weight has been reduced by approximately 15%
  • Material Exterior
    All exterior fabric treated with DWR (durable water-repellent) while fabric underside is coated with PU (polyurethane) for superior water-resistance
    1680D ballistic nylon
    YKK RC Fuse (abrasion-resistant) zippers
    Custom designed extra tall skid plates
    Replaceable in-line skate wheels
    Antique nickel plated metal hardware
    SpanKodra front pocket
    Nylon webbing
    3-ply bonded nylon thread

    Interior
    210D silver-toned nylon
    PU backed velex liner and dividers
    2x PU coated nylon 210T seam-sealed taffeta rain cover
    Closed- cell foam and PE (polyethylene) board stiffened dividers
    Belly-o mesh pockets
    3-ply bonded nylon thread

    Type of Closure Lockable zipper sliders
    Security cable and lock
    Carrying/Transport Options Two in-line skate wheels
    Telescopic tow handle
    Carry handles on three sides
    Volume 3600 cubic inches (59 liters)
    Interior Dimensions 13.75 x 27.5 x 8.25 - 10.0" (34.9 x 69.9 x 21.0 - 25.4 cm)
    Exterior Dimensions 15.75 x 30.0 x 11.5" (40.0 x 76.2 x 29.2 cm)
    Weight With Dividers: 20.0 lb (9.1 kg)
    Without Dividers, Rain Cover, Tripod Kit and Lock: 16.0 lb (7.25 kg)
    Think Tank Photo Logistics Manager 30 - Rolling Gear Case
  • Security Cable and Lock
  • Rain Cover
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty Against Manufacturer's Defects
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    Think Tank PhotoLogistics Manager 30 - Rolling Gear Case
     
    5.0

    (based on 4 reviews)

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        5.0

        Huge Case

        By Duality

        from Hudson Valley New York

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Durable
        • Lightweight

        Cons

          Best Uses

            Comments about Think Tank Photo Logistics Manager 30 - Rolling Gear Case:

            Great case when you need to carry all your equipment in one bag. We use this for work at a college campus. Easy to move around.

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            5.0

            Great gear bag

            By EC

            from North Dakota

            About Me Pro Photographer

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Durable
            • Easy to Use
            • Lightweight

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Sports/Action
              • Travel

              Comments about Think Tank Photo Logistics Manager 30 - Rolling Gear Case:

              I bought this bag to replace my Pelican 1650 case, which is bigger in size (per the dimentions, though I can fit twice the amount of gear in the ThinkTank bag) and 10LBS heavier comparatively than the ThinkTank bag when they are empty (which is a plus when flying for bag weight limits). On that note, when I was looking for a bag I was trying to find out what types of aircraft different bags would fit in the cabin...this is one of those bags that will not fit in the overhead bin of a commercial airliner, ever. I guess I can't say about a 747, but I would highly doubt it.

              The construction of this bag is really good, it just survived its first trip through the airport without a scratch. The zippers are strong and it has a lot of pockets to put gear in. I have come to really like the side pockets for mono and tripods, as shown in the stock photos of the bag. It has the velcro inserts like all camera bags do (and they give you a ton of inserts). I will frequently rearange it depending on my mission, which has been nice.

              The thing that I have yet to find the best solution for in this bag is how to arrange my 400 f2.8. The bag just isn't wide enough for it to fit the width of the bag, meaning it has to go the long way. Yes, it fits, but by putting it this way takes up a lot of space than if it could fit the width of the bag. Though I should mention that even having the bag arranged with the 400 f2.8 in it the long way I still have room for a 70-200 f2.8, 200 f2, 15" laptop, a couple chargers and various other accesories with lots of room left over.

              Being from a northern climate where there is snow on the ground 6 months out of the year I will say it does well traveling in light snow, cleared parking lots and sidewalks. However, if you are shooting and it snows maybe .5" and the sidewalks and parking lots are not cleared the bag doesn't have a lot of clearence so you really have to pull it through the snow.

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              5.0

              It's all the room that I needed!

              By Leah

              from Howell, MI

              About Me Pro Photographer

              Verified Buyer

              Pros

              • Durable

              Cons

              • My Lightstand Doesn't Fit

              Best Uses

              • Weddings/Events

              Comments about Think Tank Photo Logistics Manager 30 - Rolling Gear Case:

              When the bag first arrived I thought it was way too large for what I needed and was going to send it back for a smaller version. My husband said to unload my two camera bags into it first and then make a decision. My two camera bags filled it immediately so it stays.

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              5.0

              Holds Everything

              By Coton

              from AR

              About Me Photo Enthusiast

              Verified Buyer

              Pros

              • Depth Size
              • Durable
              • Large Capacity Good Size

              Cons

                Best Uses

                • Auto Travel

                Comments about Think Tank Photo Logistics Manager 30 - Rolling Gear Case:

                Very happy with the depth. I can store a Canon 70-200mm f/2.8 II and Canon 300mm f/2.8 II upright. I carry the Canon 600mm II with its own hood rather than the soft hood use when flying. The slight reduction in weight for this model is welcome since the bag is heavy when packed. Lots of dividers and the handle space takes very little room.

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