ThinkTank Releases The 4 Wheeled Airport Roller Derby

ThinkTank Airport Roller Derby

For the photographer always on the go, ThinkTank has released a new roller camera bag. It’s targeted partially at any photographer with an active lifestyle–and has been coined the Roller Derby. The Think Tank Roller Derby sports 4 dual wheel sets and is also designed to meet most carry on standards for most airlines. There is a pocket for a 15-inch laptop and an iPad, plus a pocket to hold a tripod and a lock and cable to secure everything.

Tech specs and pricing are after the jump; but if you’re interested it will run you $389.75.

Tech Specs

Key Features from ThinkTank

  • Meets US domestic and most international carry-on requirements*
  • Fits up to a 15” laptop and a tablet in 2 dedicated interior pockets
  • Lock & cable to secure lockable zippers and tether the bag

GEAR PROFILE

  • Fits a 15” laptop, a tablet, and up to 2 standard DSLRs with lenses attached or 1 pro DSLR and 1 standard DSLR both with lenses attached. Fits 6–7 standard zoom lenses or strobes. Accommodates a 400mm f/2.8 unattached.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

  • Interior Dimensions: 12.6” W x 18.5” H x 5.5–7.5” D (32 × 47 × 14–19 cm)
  • Exterior Dimensions: 14” W x 22” H x 9.0” D (35.6 × 55.9 × 22.9 cm)
  • Tablet Compartment: 10.5” W x 10.3” H x 0.6” D (26.7 x 26.1 x 1.5 cm)
  • Laptop Compartment: 10.5” W x 14.5” H x 1.0” D (26.7 x 36.8 x 2.5 cm)
  • Weight: 10.5-11 lbs (4.8–5 kg)**

Features

 

Airport-Roller-Derby-1The Airport Roller Derby can hold two DSLRS with lenses attached. It can also hold extra lenses with lighting as well. This bag looks like it will be popular with wedding photographers and event photographers. We’re going to try to call in a unit for review, so stay tuned.

Gevon Servo

Gevon Servo aka @GServo is an eclectic, NJ/NY Photographer. He’s a Nikon shooter, by choice nevertheless, will always test any piece of photography equipment. He believes that like ‘Photography’, ‘Coffee’,’Beer’ and ‘Comics Books’ and other things ‘Geek’ “You must try everything once to discover what you want to try again.