Think Tank Introduces Stash Master 13L Modular Travel Cube

Think Tank Photo has announced the Stash Master 13L, a travel cube designed to store video and camera equipment in a package that can be used on its own or added to any large backpack to instantly turn it into a self-contained bag.

Think Tank designed the Stash Master 13L so it was large enough to fit the "holy trinity" of lenses — a 70-200mm F2.8, a 24-70mm F2.8 and a 16-35mm F2.8 (or equivalents — alongside a gripped camera body). While the internal baffles can be customized, it should be good to go out of the box to fit all three lenses, a camera body and a decent selection of accessories.

The travel cube is constructed of a 100D rip-stop nylon and features DWR coating to keep moisture away from camera gear. It features YKK RC-Fuse zippers and a tuck away front flap with foam panel that can be removed in the event the user wants to keep the gear more accessible when the cube is stored inside a backpack.

On both the top and bottom of the camera bag are a pair of carrying straps and the side features webbing loops so a shoulder strap can be attached, making for a modular sling-style bag. Think Tank Photo said the bag is a good match for its recently-released BackLight Elite 45L backpack, where it can be stored inside for back-panel access.

The external dimensions of the travel cube are 12.2 x 12.2 x 7.5-inches and its internal dimensions are 11.8 x 11.8 x 7.1-inches. It weighs 0.9lbs. The Stash Master 13L is priced at $59.99. 

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