Think Tank Photo has released the Airport Roller Derby camera bag, which is a 4-wheel roller bag designed for traveling with a full camera kit. It can handle two DSLRs, a tripod, laptop, multiple lenses, strobes and more. [Read more...]
In this ‘About a Photograph’ story from Think Tank Photo, photojournalist Al Diaz tells the story behind this powerful image of a nurse performing infant CPR on the side of the road. Diaz has a great breakdown of how the events happened and what went into when and why he captured the photo.
You can read more about this story here on Al Diaz’s blog.
[via About a Photograph]
Our friends at Think Tank Photo just announced a Black Friday special that actually starts now. With this special offer you get a $50 rebate on their renowned rolling camera bags. And, should you order a roller plus one of their popular Urban Disguise shoulder bags you are eligible to receive a $100 rebate. You also receive free shipping on all Think Tank Photo gear.
You can find the roller bags and rebate forms here on Think Tank Photo’s website.
Think Tank Photo’s spinoff company, MindShift Gear, has unveiled its new rotation180° Panorama backpack. As the name implies, the rotation180° Panorama’s beltpack rotates to the front for quick gear access and without first having to take off the backpack. [Read more...]
With so many Mac users in the photography field, it makes sense for a camera bag company to accommodate that subset of customers. Think Tank Photo’s new My Second Brain and PowerHouse product lines are tailored to specific MacBook, iPad and iPhone models. In each of the models, Mac users have easy locations to store power adapters and other accessories. [Read more...]
Think Tank Photo’s offshoot company, MindShift Gear, has a new product designed for outdoor photographers who need room to work when they may not be in a clean environment.
“While simple in design, when we started the company and asked outdoor photographers what their #1 need was, they said it was for a way to spread their gear out on the ground without it being exposed to the elements.” [Read more...]