Vidpro TC27 Padded Tripod Case (Black)

Vidpro TC27 Padded Tripod Case (Black)

Vidpro TC27 Padded Tripod Case (Black)

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Vidpro TC27 Padded Tripod Case (Black)

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The black TC-27 Padded Tripod Case from Vidpro is made to carry a tripod with head, up to 25.5" long. It is made of heavy-duty Cordura nylon. The case has a zippered exterior pocket and strap handles.

Heavy-duty, Cordura webbed nylon case made to carry a tripod up to 25.5" long.
Zippered exterior pocket for cable release or other accessories
Attached carrying strap handles to transport the tripod.
UPC: 026127320395
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Vidpro TC27 Padded Tripod Case (Black)
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    • 1Description
    Carrying/Transport Options Connecting Handles
    Type of Closure Zipper
    Exterior Material Cordura
    Padded Yes
    Exterior Dimensions Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Interior Dimensions : 4.5 x L: 25.5" / : 11.4 x L: 64.8 cm
    Weight 1.0 lb / 0.5 kg
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    Package Weight 0.7 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 10.7 x 9.9 x 1.7"
    TC27 Padded Tripod Case (Black) is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 94.
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Good Bag - Too Short - NOT 27 INCH I ordered one of these along with a tripod and head after reading that it was for Tripod with Head, up to 27 Long DO NOT believe it. It is about 25.5 if you stretch it to the max. 25.5 is the maximum size of the zipper opening with little room to actually get the tripod in. I contacted BH who was kind enough to send another at no charge thinking it was just mismarked. But the second one is exactly the same size as the first. So this is a good tri-pod bag as long as yours is 24 or less. Possibly 24.5 BUT NO MORE!!! I ended up ordering from somewhere else and will use this for a few lowel light stands I had laying around.
    Date published: 2012-11-19
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good for the Price ...As for the product I bought this for my Manfrotto 190XPROB/496RC2 combo. It just fit in right, though you'll have to turn the ball head side ways. It comes with good padding and there is enough room to put more stuff inside. It even has a side pocket. Coming to the negative points. The finish is not that great, especially in the zipper area. I found many loose strings. I hope the zipper will not come off that easily. Another point I want to highlight is the non-adjustable strap. Though the length fit fine for me, it's still good to have room for adjustments.Overall I would say that it's very good for the price if the tripod setup is something similar to mine.
    Date published: 2011-03-25
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Decent, inexpensive bag for not much $$$ This bag fit my new Manfrotto tripod nicely, although it fit better with the head removed. I would characterize this case as being one of those good-enough-for-what-paid items. I could have bough the Manfrotto case, but it was horribly expensive. This one was much less expensive, although probably not as good. But, I am satisfied because the features for the money trade-offs were fair and it is a good bag. Now, if you are a pro and you use your tripod all over the world, don't be a cheapskate and buy this bag, buy the Manfrotto (or the manufacturer for the brand of tripod) or some other professional quality bag. If you are a person using your tripod occasionally or you travel in the car and want something to keep it from getting scratched up, then go with this one.
    Date published: 2010-10-04
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Tripod Case by VidPro I take the tripod bag on my vacations to of course take my tripod and camera to take photos without the aid of other tourist. It is a great idea and after my wife and I looked at all the pictures of our Hawaii vacation which either I took of her or she of me and decided to take our tripod on the next vacation, which we had lots of photos of us together take with our camera on timer and sitting on our tripod carried in this bag. The only negative is that I wished the bag had more padding and perhaps a waterproof lining. Its light weight and easy to carry around the world and will hold more than a 22 tripod.
    Date published: 2013-09-11
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Bag for the Price I bought this bag to use with my Manfrotto 055CXPRO4 tripod and 498RC2 ballhead. That configuration fits ideally into this bag. For $ this bag is an awesome deal. Some other manufacturers charge up to 3 times more for bags with less features. The 3 things I like about this bag:1) It's padded, unlike a lot of other bags in this price range. I also think the padding is the right amount, not too much and not too little. 2) The bag also has a shoulder strap which is great when walking or hiking and also carry handles to carry it like a briefcase if you wish. 3) The last thing that I like about the bag is that it is not too ostentatious. It looks classy but understated, so as to not attract a lot of attention to your gear. ... Overall, a great value and an underrated product. Buy it if it meets your requirements.
    Date published: 2010-01-18
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Sturdy, well worth the price I own a few of these to lug around a few pieces of gear as I need it (rather than bringing along a huge case for all of my lighting stands/gear). This size works well for a compact monopod (I have a 4-section), compact lighting stands and small 32 umbrellas. If you have larger umbrellas and stands, you definitely want the 35 model from Vidpro, which also works well for tripods. The bag seems sturdy for the price. The only change I would want is to have the shoulder strap be removable (it's sewn on). Not much of a complaint given how much you pay for them.
    Date published: 2011-08-22
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from basic, lightly padded case I needed something to carry my Kessler Pocket Dolly in and didn't want to pay $100 for their custom case. this works fine. although it's technically 27 and the Dolly is 26, it's really hard to get it in the bag. The zippers don't extent quite to the ends and i have to struggle to make it fit. but i figured out a trick to make it work and i'm happy enough considering how cheap this case was.
    Date published: 2010-07-08
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Simple Tripod Case I use this carrying case mostly just to tote my tripod around from class to class and on small trips. It fits my tripod nicely and as my tripod is not too heavy the unpadded shoulder strap has not given me any trouble yet. I could imagine with a slightly heavier tripod the strap might be uncomfortable. The hand-carrying straps are well secured around the bag and it's very nice to have both carrying options. It's also roomy enough for me to throw a few extension cords in there as well when I'm shooting with a light kit.
    Date published: 2012-01-13
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