Think Tank Photo Announces 4-Wheeled Rolling Camera Bag – Airport 4-Sight

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Think Tank Photo Announces 4-Wheeled Rolling Camera Bag – Airport 4-Sight - PhotoTo help protect the shoulders and backs of traveling pro photographers, Think Tank Photo will be making a new 4-wheeled camera bag called the Airport 4-Sight. According to Think Tank, the Airport 4-Sight will be the first 4-wheeled rolling camera bag on the market. On smooth surfaces it can be rolled on all four wheels and even turned sideways, making it possible to roll it down the aisle in an airplane. The Airport 4-Sight is designed to fit international carry-on standards and it can accommodate professional digital SLRs along with multiple lenses and accessories. It includes a removable Think Tank Cable Management organizer, a zippered top pocket for your passport and boarding pass, a rain cover; and the two-position handle and wheels are user-replaceable. If I traveled with my camera gear all the time, I’d definitely want to use the Think Tank Airport 4-Sight instead of my usual camera backpack.

Think Tank Photo's New Airport 4-Sight Rolling Camera Bag

The new Think Tank Airport 4-Sight rolling camera bag is scheduled to be available this month (May, 2012) for $299.75.

Think Tank Photo Airport 4-Sight Press Release >>

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  • smartwombat says:

    And this is the killer feature:
    “… the two-position handle and wheels are user-replaceable.”

    Flying internationally 3 or 4 times a year, it is rare that a checked-in bag lasts a whole year.
    Even carry on bags might not last two years, and so far it has been handle failures that killed my carry-ons. The checked baggage usually has wheels removed.

    I like the idea of user serviceable parts, but should I buy some now, so that I’m not caught out when the bag is discontinued and I can’t get spares?

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