I had indicated that once I had figured out what to take and how to configure and pack my thinkTANK Airporter International V2 I would share the details with you.
So here is what it looks like all packed and ready to roll.
Then I had to unpack everything to show you what I had packed. Good exercise, as one can pack a lot but repacking the same amount never seems to work. Fortunately it all repacked just fine. Because of its construction, the bag is heavy when empty but that does not bother me. The contents are secure and the wheels are very smooth. One of the features I really like is the extra handle on the bottom of the bag between the wheels to facilitate loading the bag in overhead bins when traveling by air.
A tighter view of the main compartment:
- Canon 5D Mk III
- Canon 7D
- Panasonic GH3
- GoPro Hero 3 Black
- Canon 70 – 200 f/2.8 IS
- Canon 24 – 70 f/2.8
- Canon 16 – 35 f/2.8 II
- Canon 40mm f/2.8
- Zeiss 50mm f/1.4 Nikon mount with a Canon adapter
- Panasonic 12 – 35 f/2.8
- Panasonic 7 – 14 f/4
I typically carry all the lens hoods and the BosStraps separately in my suitcase.
Intervalometers and Motion Control:
- ASTRO intervalometer and motion control device
- Promote Control for HDR, Timelapse and other remote functions
- Hahnel Giga T Pro
- Lee Big Stopper 10 Stop Filter
- HighTech 8 stop ND Filter
- HighTech 100mm filter holder
- 2 Panasonic batteries and 7 Canon batteries
- Canon and Panasonic Battery Chargers
- 2 GuraGear Memory card carriers with CF and SD Cards
- 1 Hyperspace Disc drive and downloader adapter
- Kirk Panorama nodal slide rail
- Spare Lens caps
- A large Cleaning Cloth in pouch
- Lens Pen
- Dust blower
- Delkin USB UDMA Card reader and cable
- Various cables and connectors for the intervalometers
- Set of Allen Wrenches
- Roll of Gaffers tape
- Canon GPS Receiver GP-E2
- Garmin eTrex GPS device
- Surefire Head Lamp
- Sure Fire 900 lumen flashlight
- Maglite (2 AA halogen bulb)
International GSM Compatible Blackberry Phone.
Not Shown in the image is a 15in MacBook Pro in the outer sleeve of the bag.
That is a lot of equipment and there is still room in the various sleeves and pouches that I have left empty.