The Tenba T7010 TriPak is an unpadded, 1050 denier ballistic nylon bag made to carry large-sized tripods, C stands, 5-7' umbrellas, small backdrops, grip arms and loose grip equipment. The case has a zippered front pocket for accessories, and is carried by an attached shoulder strap.
Tenba T7010 TriPak - for Tripods, C stands, 5-7' Umbrellas, Small Backdrops, Grip Arms and Loose Grip Equipment
Tenba T7010 Overview
Tenba T7010 Specs
|Carrying/Transport Options||Shoulder Strap|
|Type of Closure||Zipper|
|Exterior Dimensions||ø: 10.0 x L: 70.0" / ø: 25.4 x L: 177.8 cm|
|Interior Dimensions||ø: 10.0 x L: 70.0" / ø: 25.4 x L: 177.8 cm|
|Weight||3 lb / 1.4 kg|
|Package Weight||2.135 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||18.35 x 14.1 x 2.8"|
Tenba T7010 Reviews
OK quality but could be better
Just bought a 2nd one of these to replace the ~7 year old one that is almost at the end of its life. The fabric itself mostly holds up fine, but the stitching could be stronger, the bottom seam is coming apart after those 7 years, with better stitching it might have lasted longer. The fabric does fray a bit on the inside an occasionally jams the zipper a bit. The little loop on the very bottom of the zipper ripped loose pretty soon after I bought it and I had to restitch with heavy fishing line which holds up much better. I put 4 light stands (2x 12' 2x 9') 2 carbon fiber tripods and 2 medium umbrellas inside, a little under 40 lbs total, for the price I feel like the bag should have been able to handle it for longer. With the replacement I recently purchased the quality overall seems a bit lower, I'm just hoping the stitching holds up better than with the last one...
Good (but extremely large)
Have two c stands in it, not padded and though seems pretty strong will be interested how long it holds together with that weight. Being huge there is probably a tendency to put too much in it. Pad for base is just sitting in bottom of bags so you would have to be careful each time you use it as otherwise before long could see a hole opening up. Also not sure if straps will handle this weight long term. So far fingers crossed
Nice bag, much larger than I imagined.
I ordered this bag to carry my stands and tripod. It is way larger than I imagined but I guess this will allow me to expand my light stand collection.
Heavy duty bag for C-stand
I bought this bag to stor 2 of my Impact C-stands. The quality has no doubt and the room is enough for at least 2 c-stands, I think it can holds up to 3 or 4 c-stands. Besides, the length is pretty long, and the straps make it become very durable. Absolutely recommend for C-stand.
as good as it gets
uses it to store and carry rolls of works on paper
Fits THREE C-stands!
Fits three standard Matthews C-stands! Awkward to carry, need a second body to help with the load; keeps them organized!
The right bag for the right equipment.
I needed to replace the original box my Savage background stand arrived in. Savage and B&H no longer carried the canvas carrying for my particular system. I spoke with Jessie G. in the sales department. I told him the Savage backdrop system I had and that I needed a canvas carrying case for it but didn't want to arbitrarily purchase one only to find out later that that the bag was too small. Jessie told me the T7010 TriPak canvas bag would not only hold everything comfortably, I would have fold it over because it would be a bit too long. I received the bag and Jessie G. was spot on! B&H knows their stuff and then some!
An voluminous case for all your stands.
2 C-stands (including one full sliding leg), 4 lighting stands. This beast holds them all! Awesome.
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