Think Tank Logistics Manager 3 Product: TT576 The Logistics Manager 30 is our largest capacity rolling gear bag. Designed for transporting massive amounts of camera equipment or lighting gear. Features: 1 Space for transporting massive amounts of gear.
2 Attachments for large tripods or light stands on both sides of the bag.
3 Interior mesh pockets provide extra storage for many compact items.
4 Security cable and lock located in a zippered side pocket.
5 Robust handles on three sides for making loading and unloading a breeze.
6 Quickly deployable roller handle and inline skate wheels for smooth rolling.
7 Large front organizer pocket.
8 Expandable front pocket for laptops or large items.
9 Lockable sliders on main zipper for added security. (Zipper Lock not included) 11 Extra dividers for custom layouts of large and small gear.
12 Seam-sealed rain cover included.
13 Customizable divider layouts allow for carrying large components and/or a lot of smaller items.
14 Gear layout example 15 Gear layout example Images are on the web page.
The Think Tank Logistics Manager 30 sells for $499 Think Tank 1 References ^ Think Tank (www.thinktankphoto.com)
Think Tank Updates Logistic Manager 30
I need suggestions on how to handle one of our plans. We’re spending the day at DHS. At around 7pm we’re taking the ferry to the Yacht Club to eat at Crew’s Club Lounge.
We don’t like using buses, so I don’t know how to plan the parking. DHS closes at 8pm. If we park there, then go to the Yacht Club for a few hours, how do we get back to the car if the park is closed?
Does the ferry go straight to the DHS parking lot or to the park? And how late does the ferry run after the park closes? What if we miss the last ferry?
I suppose we could use the buses, but how do we get from the Yacht Club to Art of Animation?
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Need help with logistics