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Think Tank’s Video Workhorse Shoulder Bags Are Now Available

Think Tank Photo’s three new Video Workhorse Shoulder Bags — featuring lighter weight and more features than hard cases — are now being delivered.

Think Tank said the new bags allow videographers to keep their rigs fully assembled between shoots. The three bags, the Video Workhorse 19, 21 and 25, have a collapse-proof lid using striated aluminium and arched twinwall reinforced struts.

The shoulder bags fit Canon C-series, Sony FS700, FS5, FS7, F5 or F55, Red Epic/Scarlet, Black Magic Cinema Camera, Ursa or Ursa Mini, or a DSLR/Mirrorless rig such as the Sony a7sII, Panasonic GH4 or Canon 5DMIII cameras. The Video Workhorse 25 will fit a Panasonic PX270, X1000 or DVX-200 camera.

Gear could include a camera body, lens, monitor, viewfinder, 4K recorder, audio recorder, medium LED light panel, shotgun mic, lav mics, rails, follow-focus, matte-box, shoulder mount, top handle and cables.

The 19 model bag fits camcorders or video camera rigs up to 19-inches long and 7.5-inches tall. It is priced at $229.75. The 21 model fits camera rigs up to 21-inches long and 8.7-inches tall. It costs $259.75.

The largest bag, the 25 model, fits camera rigs up to 25-five inches long and 9.1-inches tall. It’s priced at $289.75.

Think Tank's Video Workhorse 19 Shoulder Bag

Think Tank's Video Workhorse 19 Shoulder Bag

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