Think Tank Photo has introduced the Video Tripod Manager 44, a well-cushioned, highly rigid rolling case that provides hard case protection in a soft case for tripods and heads.
Think Tank said the new case features robust handles on four sizes, making it easy to load into a vehicle. It’s rectangular shape stacks easily, saving space.
The case has crush resistant ABS twinwall end-to-end reinforcement. It’s shock-absorbing wheels roll smoothly and hold up under the toughest conditions. It has protective zipper flaps to keep zippers running smooth after years of use. An included lock and cable secure the main compartment and bag to a fixed object.
Inside, there are multiple tie-down straps to secure the tripod on the inside of the bag. The interior accommodates tripods 44-inches in length. A removable divider increases gear capacity when carrying shorter tripods.
Exterior Dimensions are 12.6-inches wide, 44.5-inches high and 12.6-inches deep. The bag weighs 17.8 pounds. Price is $349.75.
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