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Think Tank Photo Airport TakeOff V2.0 Rolling Camera Bag (Black)

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Think Tank Photo Airport TakeOff V2.0 Rolling Camera Bag (Black)
Key Features
  • Holds 1-3 DSLRs, 5 Lenses, Flash, & More
  • Room for Select 400mm f/2.8 Lenses
  • Stores Laptops up to 17" & 10" Tablets
  • Padded, Touch-Fastening Dividers
Store, protect, and transport up to 3 DSLR cameras, 5 lenses, a flash, and related accessories with the black Airport TakeOff V2.0 Rolling Camera Bag from Think Tank. The spacious main compartment has padded, touch-fastening dividers for organizing your gear. Depending upon how you configure this compartment, there's room for a 400mm f/2.8 select lens. The bag will also accommodate select laptops up to 17", and a 10" iPad/tablet. Adjustable straps and pouch on the side of the bag can secure a compact tripod/monopod, or other item. Interior and exterior pockets provide convenient places to store accessories and gear requiring fast access.
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Will this rolling backup fit under your seat in ...

Will this rolling backup fit under your seat in an airplane so it could be a personal item on a Frontier flight?
Asked by: Ashley
Probably not, maybe in the overhead but you must check with the airline for exact dimensions.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2020-03-18

when one has the backpack straps deployed, and ...

when one has the backpack straps deployed, and the cover for the straps is turned inside-out and secured (velcro?) on the underside of the bag, if one has to set the bag down for a minute, does the inside of that folded-down cover scrape the ground? If so, seems like one has to be very careful where one sets the bag down when one takes the backpack off...?
Asked by: Cecily
When you deploy the backpack straps the flap velcros onto the bottom and because of the spacers and wheels on the bottom, nothing scrapes luckily.
Answered by: Zachariah
Date published: 2021-02-10

Will a Nikon 600mm f/4 lens with reversed hood ...

Will a Nikon 600mm f/4 lens with reversed hood fit in this case?
Asked by: mark
It would be better to use the slightly larger ThinkTank Airport International V3.0
Answered by: Reuben
Date published: 2019-07-25


Is the inner liner of the TakeOff v2 removable to make 2 separate zipped cases?
Asked by: Tiffany M.
No , it is permanently sewed on.
Answered by: Ajeet S.
Date published: 2018-08-27


A couple of questions.First, for those that have traveled with this bag, have you done do on the smaller regional planes (think Hawaiian interisland flights) Did it have to be checked if you did so?Second, it I recall correctly, the original version would not fit the pro bodies with the integral grip or other bodies with the accessory grip attached. Does this version?Thank you I'm advance!
Asked by: Thomas H.
I agree that it likely will not hold pro bodies with a grip at the top, as my 5DmkIV fits fine, but not with much spare room. The sides might hold it better as I have a 70-300 on the side and it fits great. Also, I have not had to put this onto a small plane, if fits great into regular plane bins. It is smaller than most carry on bags today, but small planes are much smaller.
Answered by: Douglas M.
Date published: 2019-02-27


What are the main differences between Airport Takeoff v1 and v2.0?
Asked by: teo k.
Direct from Think Tank Photo Customer Service because I had the same question before they released the bag.The main differences between the V1 and V2 is the V2 is a little lighter, has a few new pockets, and has a redesigned handle.
Answered by: Jacob H.
Date published: 2021-05-29


Due to its material and features, isn't this bag too much heavy by its own (even empty, with no stuffs on it) and as so adds too much weight for carrying the whole system? I mean I'm wondering if the bag by itself is already heavy, when filled with photo gear will end up much heavier, maybe causing problems not only bo be carried as a backpack but also to be accepted as a non-checked luggage. According to your experience traveling with this bag, how should I feel about my concern? Thanks in advance!
Asked by: Valeria L.
I have only traveled with this bag once, but I appreciated it. Because it can be a roller or a backpack, it gives versatility to arrangement of all baggage you are trying to move at one time. For example, when pulling all your rolling luggage, it's a backpack. When your baggage is checked, it's an easy roller. Weight-i just changed from a hard case system and this us so much lighter. Loaded it's heavy but it's easy to carry as a backpack even then. I don't know if there is another bag that weighs less and still gives your equipment protection. I looked at a lot of bags and made a chart of the characteristics and this was my choice. It fits in standard overhead bins-although i didn't use the computer bag b/c i was pretty sure that would not fit too and it would not have. My concern is when changing to smaller commuter planes, this is not going to fit. But when flying into some areas like Saba, the plane is too small for any carry on. So sooner or later it will have to be checked. I don't like that at all, but is the reality. As far as the airlines refusing it as carry on b/c of weight- on standard flights I have always found it to be the size if the bag, not the weight. When they have checked the weight, it has been in smaller airlines where it might not have fit anyway. I hope this helps! Having traveling!
Answered by: Pamela K B.
Date published: 2021-10-14


It will work as Hand luggage in the airport?
Asked by: Oscar O.
Yes it does.
Answered by: Steve G.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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