Think Tank Photo Releases New Commuter Aircraft Roller and Drone Backpack

Fresh off the release of their new Airport Security and Airport International V3.0 bags, Think Tank Photo is back again with their all new Airport Advantage and Airport Helipak for 3DR Solo rolling camera and drone bags. These are some of the few roller bags specifically designed to TSA guidelines.

The Airport Advantage is designed for traveling on commuter or regional jets. The customized interior holds the maximum amount of gear that will fit in overhead bins or under seats. In addition, it’s ultralight design lets photographers pack more gear while staying under airlines’ increasingly vigilant weight restrictions. Weighing only 5.9 lbs, the bag fits a gripped DSLR with lens attached, one standard size DSLR with lens attached, plus three to four additional lenses and 15” laptop. It also features a tripod mount and water bottle pocket on the side, custom designed retractable handle, lockable zipper sliders, and numerous interior pockets for batteries and other camera accessories. Many of the bags components are also user replaceable including the handle, wheels, wheel housing, and front foot.

Think Tank’s Airport Helipak for 3DR Solo is a robust yet lightweight new backpack. Designed for 3DR drone enthusiasts who want to be able to carry all of their gear with them all the time, the backpack can accommodate a 15” laptop, drone controller, GoPros, charger, spare rotors, extra batteries, tools, and more. The inside features a custom divider set specifically designed for the 3DR Solo and allows users to reconfigure their bag depending on what gear they’re carrying. The backpack is international and domestic carry on size compatible, has internal see-through mesh pockets for small accessories, water bottle pocket on the side, and has a contoured adjustable harness with lumbar support and removable padded waistbelt allowing travel into remote areas.

Both bags are available now at camera stores worldwide. You can find out more about each by visiting Think Tank Photo’s website here.