But which rolling camera bag should I get?

| July 28, 2017

We’ve put together the latest thinkTank Rolling camera bag comparison chart and uploaded it (Thanks, Shawn) as a reference for you guys.

Download the Matrix here (PDF) 

If you’re looking for a roller for a full kit of regular sized, or even larger mirrorless sized camera gear, the Advantage might work for you, and then, the other end of the spectrum would be the Airport Security v3, but have a look at the comparison chart and see what you think. It’s always a good idea to get something that will take a little more than you currently have, buying that one extra lens and not being able to fit all your gear is pretty annoying!

The Airport Advantage

And the larger Airport Security v3.0

You can see all of our rolling cases here


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  • I’m glad the switch to internal laptop storage was implemented on v3 of the International roller bag. I see both sides to the outside/internal mindset but preferred the latter. The perfect bag for me.

    Soon soon!

  • Paulie DC

    Traveling to the Midwest from Phoenix often involves regional jets like the CRJ900 and EMB145 which have overhead bins the size of a toaster oven. I got the Airport Advantage and that thing FITS! I’ve even had pushback at the gate once, being told I have to check it because it won’t fit, but I didn’t give in because I knew it WOULD. If it fits in Embraer 145 it’ll fit in ANY regional aircraft! For reference, in it I carry 5D MK4, 70-200/2.8. 85/1.2, 50/1.2, 16-35/4 (all lenses with reversed hoods), Sekonic meter, and 2 pouches with all batteries & cables & accessories.