Think Tank Photo Updates Airport Addicted Photo Backpacks

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Think Tank Photo Airport Acceleration V2.0 Photo Backpacks Think Tank Photo has updated their line of Airport Addicted professional photo travel backpacks. All four backpacks now include a built-in metal security cable that can be used to lock gear into the backpack or lock the backpack to immobile items like airport benches. As the name implies, Think Tank Photo’s “Airport Addicted” backpacks are designed for photographers who spend a lot of time traveling. They range in size from the Airport Antidote, which will fit in tiny commuter plane overhead compartments; to the Airport Addicted, which fits a 400mm f/2.8 or 500mm f/4 lens along with multiple DSLRs and complies with international carry-on rules.

Think Tank Photo’s founder, Doug Murdoch, came out of Lowepro’s excellent camera case design department. He started Think Tank Photo so he could build camera cases to fit the specific needs of professional photographers. The product that put Think Tank Photo on the map is their Modulus Speed Set belt system. It’s very popular with professional football shooters as well as other sports and event photographers.
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Think Tank Photo Airport Addicted V2.0 Backpacks Press Release

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