|Tango Bag review by Paul Elledge|
• Removable camera insert that can be carried separately
• Removable insert capable of holding a DSLR, such as the Nikon D700 or Canon EOS 5D Mk II, with up to 4" long lens attached, plus 2 additional small lenses, or 1 large lens up to 7" long (such as a 70-300mm) and a flash
• Holds most 15.4" widescreen notebook computers
• Additional pockets for accessories (filters, batters, film, CD's, etc.)
• Comes with a padded shoulder strap as well as a carrying handle
|Warranty||Limited Lifetime Warranty|
|Exterior Dimensions||11.13H x 16.25Wx 7.5D in
28.3H x 41.3W x 19.1D cm
|Camera Insert||9.25H x 14W x 4.25D in
23.5H x 35.6W x 10.8D cm
|Exterior Material||Water-Resistant 1680D Ballistic Nylon|
I ordered the bag and I have to say that it rules. This is coming from someone who has a rather large bag collection. It is the perfect bag and just what I was looking for, not to mention my brother and two friends who are ordering it this week after seeing mine.
Really I am satisfied with this product. It is the kind of bag for photography items I was looking for. I like so much the smart design of this product and I would like to buy another one for my computer (MT 15) but really I don't know where to buy it because amazon.es doesn't sell this item. I would appreciate so much any idea about where to buy in Spain (Madrid) or better in Internet.
Best regards, Pablo Ariza - Spain
|Tango Bag review by Paul Elledge|
|Written by Admin|
|Monday, 13 October 2008 20:16|
Let me tell you about the amazing Tango bag! I was recently doing a job where I was flying on many small planes on inter-Europe flights. For those of you that have traveled inside the EU you know that the bag limits are TIGHT! In addition, the cost for excess baggage is out of control.
As you know from reading my other Naneu Pro reviews, I am a BIG fan of the GOOMBAH bags. I use the big GOOMBAH and the MINI-Goombah and they are wonderful. However with that said, for these small inter-Europe flights I needed to adjust to an even smaller package of camera gear that I could carry on.
I chose to add the TANGO bag to my line up. This bag is amazing! It is well designed to have multiple uses. In this case, I used the TANGO to transport two laptops, 4 mini-Hard drives, two Epson P4000 readers, as well as card readers. In addition to using the Tango for all the electronic gear, I still had room in the bag for my personal carry on. Items like an I-Pod, reading materials and the like still fit comfortably. I used the Tango in combination with the Mini-Goombah for my Canon cameras, and I had the ideal "tight travel" set up!
Another great aspect of the Tango bag is that it is designed with these fantastic orange removable camera inserts. Not only can you clearly see what is inside of your bag, this design allows for the option of going super light. When I have to go super light I can use the Tango bag to carry a single laptop with all the extras, PLUS my Canon camera with a few lenses. I can quickly pull out the camera insert to get to my gear fast. This is my most scaled down way to work. Generally I work with this outfit when I am working with a scaled down crew, or even by myself.
Another way I use the Tango on big shoots is to carry all the actual camera gear in GOOMBAH‚Äôs and I then use the Tango for my mini-production office. I will carry a small point and shoot camera, as well as a personal laptop, production books, and all of the small office supplies we use on BIG productions. I love the flexibility of this bag!
|Last Updated on Thursday, 13 January 2011 21:05|