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aboudd

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A look at roller cases
« on: July 29, 2015, 02:18:30 pm »

I just posted a piece on my blog showing various configurations in my roller cases used for transporting my gear. Four cases are shown, three from Think Tank and a new one introduced by Manfrotto recently, specifically for lighting gear. If you think this might interest you, I invite you to visit www.foto-gizmo.blogspot.com
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Re: A look at roller cases
« Reply #1 on: July 30, 2015, 11:46:43 pm »

I just posted a piece on my blog showing various configurations in my roller cases used for transporting my gear. Four cases are shown, three from Think Tank and a new one introduced by Manfrotto recently, specifically for lighting gear. If you think this might interest you, I invite you to visit www.foto-gizmo.blogspot.com

You mentioned what you use for your camera equipment cases when traveling, but what about transporting lighting equipment that you can't bring as carry-on luggage? Are the Think Tank and Manfrotto cases sufficient? I actually have some of these cases but have only used them for local assignments so far.
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