When I made my investment in my DJI Phantom 4 Quadcopter I was worried about damaging it while flying. After seeing all of the parts on it I knew it was more likely to be damaged in transit than via a airborne incident! This is why I immediately reached out to my friends at ThinkTankPhoto to see if they had a bag that would help transport it and some additional camera gear safely without killing my back.
They did, and the result is this fantastic bag they call the Airport HeliPak. Here's a three minute overview of how this bag works and what you might want to store in it:
I've been using my bag for a few months now and love it. It's got fantastic shoulder and weight belts that make it comfortable to wear for extended hikes, and the handles are great when loading and unloading from the car or plane.
Since the interior uses the traditional TTP Velcro design, you could easily remove or add dividers to get the configuration you like, or simply remove them all to use it as a clothes backpack. The final choice is yours, so I highly recommend this bag for photographers looking to carry more than just their drone!
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