Sized for professional lenses with hoods, the Vision Shoulder Bag Series is designed not only for capacity but also for security. With its zippered top closure, your gear will stay safe and in place. Other standout features include a comfortable shoulder strap, waterproof tarpaulin bottom and expandable water bottle pocket. Constructed with durable yet stylish weather-resistant materials, the Vision offers access, security, and the quality you’ve come to expect from Think Tank. Fits one standard size body with a 24–70mm f/2.8 attached plus 1–3 extra lenses, a 10” tablet and a 13” laptop. Accommodates a 70–200mm f/2.8 detached
While I usually prefer bags with 4 wheels, it just isn't practical on a bag this slim. After having to gate check my camera gear on a previous flight, I didn't want to have to deal with that again, and with this bag, I won't!
As I age I find it harder to lug even 20 lbs of gear when rushing through airport and train terminals. I check-in the clothes but like most photographers I'm not letting my gear out of my sight. I have a number of Think Tank bags (Speed Series and Retrospectve 7) and accessories. They're all great products but my upcoming trip calls for 8 tranfers between planes, boats, and trains so I wanted something with wheels. This little gem arrived today and I couldn't be happier. It looks smaller than reported (but isn't). The quality is Think Tank Tough. The custom handle does not take up space in the bottom half of the case but cleverly folds into itself. The wheels are robust and quiet.! Padding is high tech. There's a diagram demonstrating how to properly use the included rain cover. Two things that would make it even better woulds be a zippered pouch on the inside of the lap top cover for passports, tickets, etc, and a sleeve on the back to allow this bag to slip over the handle of a larger bag. If it zipped on the bottom like an REI roller I own, it could also be used for maps, etc. I haven't used it yet but I'm confident it will be as good as all my other Think Tank products. I packed it today and It easily holds my Fuji X-T2, 35mm, 16-55, 50-140, power grip and charger, and the usual misc extras with room left over. Based on other reviews and my own flight experiences I'm pretty sure this will tuck in beneath the airplane seat. Worst case, it will easily fit up above.
For my money, Think Tank makes the best cases: Period. They're clearly designed by photographers. I used this to carry my kit to the Galapagos where there are weight limits for carry-on bags. Many/most wheeled bags are quite heavy when empty. This one is very light, but offers excellent protection, so I was able to fill it with 3 bodies, 4 lenses, waterproof camera housing, GoPro, extra batteries, charger, straps, cleaning supplies, etc. and still didn't go over the weight limit (my equipment is micro 4/3 so that helped). It's also easy to lift into the overhead compartment and will even fit in the overhead of smaller regional planes. It's a nearly flawless design - one minor point is that the exterior front flap doesn't have a secure catch - just velcro, so don't put anything heavy in the exterior pouch - I used it for camera straps.
insanely well designed , fits a cabin overhead bin like a glove!, fits 1 D750 1 D3300 both with batt grip, tamron 70-200, nikkor 85 , nikkor 50mm, tokina11-20mm, tamron 28-75mm, 2 yn 568exii, powerex charger, fong dome, yn 622n tx, 622n rx, 15 inch laptop, laptop charger, pedco portable mini tripod, 24pcs aa batteries
It is surprisingly small but able to fit all of my equipment under 20 lbs! I haven't traveled with it yet so I'll update it once I return from my trip.
This is my 2nd Think Tank bag. The first one was ruined in a lightning strike/fire at our old home which suffered so much damage that our landlord had it bulldozed. My Think Tank bag was found under a pile of burnt, water soaked rubble. It suffered water and smoke damage to the exterior of the bag and had some fire damage to strap and one corner. All the camera gear survived. Yes, all of it...every cord, charger, battery, lens and body. EVERY BIT OF GEAR survived in pristine condition. Is there really any more I can say in support of Think Tank? These bags freaking work!
If you are a photographer who travels and wants to be able to put a lot of your valuable gear in a bag that meets the carry on requirements for the airlines you need to look no further. This bag will hold 2 FF dslr's, a 16-35 f/2.8 L ll, 24-70 f/2.8 L, a 70-200 f/2.8 L ll, hoods, 580ll flash, a 15" Mac air, and all the other camera accessories with ease. It is a sturdy well made roller bag. It's worth every penny and more.
stable when pulling around, easy fit into overhead lockers, and takes a D500, tamron 150-600, 2 pairs of bins and an Olympus OM-D. Plus bits and pieces - very pleased (I have the non-wheeled larger case but this takes almost as much gear and is much easier to transport).
Good size but light too
Der Fototrolley sieht recht schick aus, ist funktionell und sehr robust. Er ist tatsächlich mit der leichteste Fototrolley auf dem Markt (laut meiner eigenen Recherche im März 2018). Er wiegt rund 1100 g weniger als mein "alter" Fototrolley "Matin Flyby 350". Die Rollen laufen super leicht und machen auch auf Pflastersteinen kaum Ablaufgeräusche (sind aus Gummi/ Silikon, kein Hartplastik!). Ich habe sehr viel Equipment darin für die Reise unterbringen können ( 2 Systemkameras mit angesetzten Objektiven, 3 zusätzliche Objektive, diverse Filter, Batteriegriff, Akkus, Speicherkarten, 1 Blitz, Fernauslöser...) Aufgrund seiner kompakten Maße passt er auch sehr gut in die oberen Gepäckablagen von kleineren Regionaljets! (hatte ihn in einer Bombardier Dash Q400 mit an Bord) Ich kann den Trolley wirklich nur wärmstens empfehlen!
Kaufte den Trolley aufgrund der viel guten Bewertungen im Internet.