About Tamrac

When transporting just the right amount of equipment, the Medium Rolling Studio is ideal. Accommodating stands and professional tripods up to 35 inches long, Model 661 is still large enough to carry two power packs, multiple lights, umbrellas and a full complement of accessories. At 35 inches long, it does not need a telescoping handle. This armored duffle rolls smoothly on ball bearing in-line skate wheels and rests on skids that protect the bottom of the duffle. Model 661 extends the ultimate in transportability, protection and organization to your equipment.

Tamrac Features

  • Foam-padded, plastic-armored duffle on wheels. Large, zippered pocket in the dome-shaped top for storage of A/C extension power cords, extension strobe cables, small fabric light boxes and accessories. Two Windowpane-Mesh pockets in top for quick access to sync cords and other small accessories.
  • Convenient carrying handles on top and bottom of bag.
  • Rolls smoothly on ball bearing, in-line skate wheels.
  • Bottom and sides are foam padded and reinforced with tough, high-density plastic armor.
  • Light stands, tripods, umbrellas, light heads and power packs are stowed safely in the foam-padded, plastic-armored and partitioned main compartment.
  • Internal partitions are also plastic reinforced, foam padded and Velcro© adjusting.
  • Will accommodate stands and tripods up to 35" in length along with multiple power packs.

Tamrac Specifications

External Dimensions
39 W x 18 1/2 D x 14 1/4 H, 99 x 47 x 36 cm
Internal Dimensions
35 W x 16 D x 8 1/2 H, 89 x 41 x 22 cm
Weight
20 lbs. 8 oz. (9303 g)
Capacity
stands and professional tripods up to 35 inches long
Colors Available
Black

Reviews about this item

Reviewed by 1 customers

 
4.0

Not for me

By

from Mountain View, CA  -  Semi-pro Photographer

I think this is a great product, but it is not suitable for me. My main reason was I innocently thought that I could fit everything in there, but my light stand was actually 10 inches too tall for the case and also, the case was already really heavy for me while it was empty. It would've been even heavier with all the equipment inside...it's fine when you just need to roll it around, but from the ground into a car, requires lifting! So..I'd say that having multiple carry-ons is a better solution for me personally. It's still a great bag though!

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