Think Tank announces the Logitsics Manager

3634_logistics_manager_two_thumbAt the PMA tradeshow Think Tanks announced a couple of cool new products. The first one, the Logistics Manager , is Think Tank’s largest bag to date.

The rolling bag is designed to hold multiple cameras and large lenses or lighting equipment and is deep enough to hold many of the popular large strobe heads vertically. For photographers traveling with large amounts of studio lighting gear this is the case for you. Of course the case comes fitted with all the usual Think Tank accessories such as TSA combination locks and enough padding and dividers to provide a nearly infinite amount of configuration combinations.


When the bag becomes available, purchasing with this link , from the official Think Tank site will entitle you to a free bag when you checkout!!

The Logistics Manager provides the answer to a question often asked by working photographers, which is, how can I transport all of my gear into the field, have quick access to it, and secure it from loss or theft, said Doug Murdoch, Think Tank Photo president and lead designer. We took the design and engineering principles we pioneered in our line-up of award-winning rolling camera bags and applied them to this very roomy pro photographer logistics solution.



As with all think tank roller bags there is a good sized organizer pocket(pictured above) on the front of the bag for all your memory cards, business cards , pens etc. They have also included 2 new cable management bags with this case which is a nice touch to keep all your wires organized. At the rear of the bag is a cable and combination lock to keep the bag secured on location and side straps allow you to connect tripods and other accessories.


Direct link to the product on the Think Tank website

This is Think Tank’s official press release and specifications.

Santa Rosa, Calif. “ Think Tank Photo announces the release of the Logistics Manager, its first rolling equipment case for lighting and photographic gear. The rolling case’s endless interior layout options adapt to numerous equipment combinations and help manage all of the logistics of transporting and using a lot of gear while on location.

Its roomy internal dimensions of 13.75W x 27.5H x 8.25-10D (35 x 70 x 21-25.5 cm) allow it to hold multiple combinations of cameras and lenses, lighting gear such as strobes and reflectors, and accessories of all kinds. As there are many instances when photographers shooting on location must leave behind some or all of their gear, Logistics Manager offers a three-tier security system:

A TSA combination lock to secure the main zipper.
A rear security cable and combination lock allow the roller to be locked to immovable objects.
A Security ID Plate with online plate registration allows lost gear to be identified and returned to the owner.

Its additional key features include:
Extendable handle for easy transport and maneuverability and replaceable wheels within protective housings for greater longevity.
Attachment points on both sides for tripods or light stands
A stretchable lower pocket in front that expands for cords, reflectors, and other grip items.
Upper front pocket with built-in organizer and key loop.
An organizer side pocket for secondary storage.
Clear interior pockets for accessories.
No Rhetoric lifetime warranty

Internal Dimensions: 13.75W x 27.5H x 8.25-10D (35 x 70 x 21-25.5 cm)
External Dimensions: 15.75W x 30H x 11.5D (40 x 76x 29 cm)
Weight: 16 – 24.5 lbs (7.3 “ 11.1 kg) depending on accessories used
List Price: $599.00

About Think Tank Photo
Think Tank Photo is a group of designers and professional photographers focused on studying how photographers work, and developing inventive new carrying solutions to meet their needs. By focusing on speed and accessibility, we prepare photographers to Be Ready Before The Moment, allowing them to document those historic moments that reflect their personal visions and artistic talents. We design products that help photographers travel easier, take pictures faster, and organize their gear more efficiently.


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Dan Carr

Founder of Shutter Muse, full time photographer and creative educator. Dan lives in the Canadian Yukon, but his wanderlust often sends him in search of images all around the world to meet the needs of clients and readers alike.

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