I already have the Think Tank Photo Streetwalker Pro for my single body kit and a Think Tank Photo Airport International v2 for my “bring the kitchen sink” kit (see: “Carrying My Gear With Think Tank Photo” [ocabj.net]).
But the Airport Navigator looked like a nice in-between roller bag, where I can carry two bodies in a ‘streamlined’ fashion along with a tablet and/or laptop.
So that idea piqued my curiosity. It piqued it enough that I ordered one from Think Tank Photo.
I’m still looking it over and trying to figure out how I want to configure the dividers. But right now, I’m thinking of setting it up for two bodies, where one has a lens attached and one does not (e.g. backup).
The Airport Navigator can hold a laptop (up to 15″) *and* a tablet. A pocket/slot for an iPad was another aspect that caught my eye because I started using Easy Release for iOS to handle model releases (as opposed to old school pen and paper) in early 2012, so my iPad has become a part of my location shoot kit.
Think Tank Photo products are known for their high quality, and the Airport Navigator is no exception. Although, I did see one minor aspect that did concern me with regards to durability. It’s just a very minor issue and most people might not even think it’s a problem at all, but I’m not going to reveal that right now.
You’ll have to wait for that info in my full review (tease, I know) which I will compose and post within the next couple of weeks after I get a chance to take the roller bag into the field.