Photoflex Transpac Outbound Bag

Photoflex Transpac Outbound Bag

Photoflex Transpac Outbound Bag

B&H # PHTPO MFR # 871051
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Product Highlights

  • Holds Lite Stands, Umbrellas,Accessories
  • Two Zippered Compartments
  • Adjustable, Removable Shoulder Strap
  • Nylon Handle Straps
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The Transpac Outbound Bag from Photoflex is a heavy-duty, water-resistant nylon bag for lite stands, umbrellas, and cables. It features two separate zippered compartments. The main one is for the large gear such as stands/umbrellas while the smaller exterior one is for accessories.

The Outbound comes with a 2" adjustable, removable shoulder strap, and a comfortable leather shoulder pad. There are also 2" nylon handle straps with a long leather grip that allows for a fast-grab, or for shifting some of the weight from your shoulders. All the zippers are double-stitch sewn for long life as well as self-repairing. They also include convenient red pull tabs.

UPC: 799245005962
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Photoflex Transpac Outbound Bag
  • Shoulder Strap
  • Limited Two-Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Material Water-resistant nylon
    Closure Method Zippers with red pull tabs
    Carry/Transport Options Adjustable, removable shoulder strap
    2" nylon handle straps
    Dimensions Main Compartment: 8 x 8 x 47" (20 x 20 x 119 cm)
    Exterior Compartment: 8 x 3 x 36" (20 x x 3 x 8" (51 x 8 x 91 cm)
    Weight 3 lb (1.4 kg)
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    Package Weight 2.8 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 18.5 x 11.4 x 3.6"
    Transpac Outbound Bag is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 47.
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Buy Instead The On-Stage LSB-6500 Lighting Stand Bag It's an ok bag. Sturdy, but I gave it 2 stars only for 2 reasons. First, one of the sides is made of a thinner and more prone to rupture material. If you are transporting heavy pointy things like c-stands, one day this will be the weakest point. The second reason is that the On-Stage LSB-6500 is just 1000 times better and it only costs $45. Order it. I dare to dislike it. Absolutely amazing! Huge and the toughest of all bags I have seen. I put 4 c-stands, 2 booms and a lighter light stand and was able to lift it without breaking. The Transpac will never fit this amount of equipment and will probably break with that much weight.
    Date published: 2016-04-07
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Spacious and solid Recently purchased the Transpac Outbound Bag to carry a pair of constant light setups for a small portrait shoot. Needed to carry 2 stands, tripod, softboxes, etc. Got everything to fit into the bag with no problems. You can almost put too much into it and really weigh it down. PROS: - Ample space for couple light stands, tripod, and supporting gear - Professional look - Double pockets very handy - Very sturdy construction CONS: - Can stuff too much and make bag very heavy (user CON moreso than product) - Would be nice to have smaller pockets for power cords, etc Overall: If you have large light stands and need to move them, this is a solid choice.
    Date published: 2010-05-17
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Value for the Price... I use this bag to carry only lightstands, tripods, and the occasional softbox/octobox with other random clips, cables and accessories. As reflected by other reviews it is a soft, unstructured bag that is quite large and versatile, however it is best to refrain from overpacking and overweight, lopsided packing. However, despite the unstructured composition of this bag, it is great for what it does and especially the price. I really wanted the Transpac Dual Kit case, but didn't feel like dropping the $200+ on it. Overall the Transpac Outbound bag is an excellent value and an excellent performer at this price point. I would recommend this bag.
    Date published: 2010-09-07
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from A good bag for the money I got this bag for my 'strobist' set-up. I can easily fit three lightstands, my softbox, three umbrellas, a reflector/holder and my vivitar 283/PW set-up. There is still plenty of room. This bag has no real padding, but it is really not intended to. If you wanted a padded case, look at a system case. If you are looking for a lightweight case to carry your light stands and gear at a good price, look here. One thing to keep in mind-this is a very long bag. Make sure you realize how long it is-there are other bags that are not as long
    Date published: 2008-10-09
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from you get what you pay for it's hard to say its a bad product. It does not cost much and for a starter that needs to transport a couple of stands and some small stuff its great. but if you carry heavier stuff close your eyes and spend the money on a real bag. you can pack it with 6-7 stands if needed, there is enough space! but the bag won't hold them long. especially not if used every day. the shoulder straps are worth nothing: when heavy they get loose. if you plan to carry heavy stuff (you can if you want, there is enough room!) then put at least a wood panel on the bottom. that way the bag won't flex and won't get ripped open by your equipment. I would buy it again IF I don't have the money for a real bag.
    Date published: 2010-06-05
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Bigger then it looks I purchased these (bought 2) to transport/store my growing collection of stands and stuff. Mainly for the stands for a 3 light LED set that came with padded bags for each light but not the stands. The build quality is good, seams and stitching solid, zippers work like zippers should. I measured the equipment before ordering but once I unpacked it the width suprized me. 3 lite duty light stands and could easle fit 3 more. 2 photo tripods, a mono pod an Avenger baby 35 with boom pole/clamp easily fit in the other. Side pocket is a great addition. Only (minor) con is it is a soft bag and if not full, or only short stuff inside the sholder strap is not practical.
    Date published: 2017-01-15
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Decent sling bag for the money This bag is long enough to carry my Manfrotto 12-foot light stands and some medium and large soft boxes. It will easily handle 4 light stands in the main compartment. The side compartment is shorter, and is a nice spot for umbrellas and other light modifiers, though it's not quite long enough for some of my softboxes (but they fit in the main compartment.) The fabric and the construction are about what I expected based on the price -- this isn't high end gear, but it gets the job done.
    Date published: 2012-11-07
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from A great bag I recently had a shoot where I had to walk a fair distance from my car to the place I would be working. Had to haul two light stands and modifiers as well as my camera and lights. I did not have a bag that the light stands would fit into so I improvised with a smaller bag (so I couldn't close it and the stands stuck out the top). It was an uncomfortable walk at the end of the night. Next day I was searching B&H's website for a solution to this problem. I was skeptical about the Transpac but it was the right size and reasonably priced. When it came I was very pleased with the quality of the construction and the size of the bag. The material this bag is made of is thick and strong. Zippers are of heavy duty construction. The bag now contains 2 Savage Drop Stands, 1 Westcott light stand, 1 Westcott Orb, several umbrella brackets and 2 45 umbrellas. Best of all the bag is not nearly full with all this in it. Plus the shoulder carry strap is padded and I found it to be very comfortable to use.
    Date published: 2016-10-06
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