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Portable gear stand/tote for architectural photography

 
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Apr 20, 2012 09:30 |  #1

So everytime I go out and shoot, I bring seem to set up my gear a little different, hoping that it will be the most convenient way. I shoot architecture primarily, which means I move from space to space, and sometimes hop outside depending on the light. I've got a Kata 3N1-30 bag that I've put on a roller cart attachment, and then I wear a Tenba slingshot bag on my back to keep at least one extra lens. I'll leave the Kata someplace safe and move around when doing exteriors. When doing interiors, I'd like something that I can easily take around with me and access all of my gear in an organized fashion. The Kata doesn't really lend itself to pulling gear quickly, as an bag or hard case that laid flat with a removable top would.

At one of my last shoots, I borrowed a rolling table from the commons area with a 24" round top and casters on an adjustable center shaft, and it was pretty convenient to keep my gear on and roll around from room to room. I need something a little more portable, something that I can fit in the trunk of my audi, so collapsible would be a plus. Having gear at 30" or higher would be nice, but not a necessity.

Does anyone make such an animal? I'm keeping an open mind, and I'd like to hear from the pros on this one.




  
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Apr 23, 2012 23:45 |  #2

Nothing? I bought a used carry on suitcase over the weekend with wheels and plan on fitting that out until I can find something better. I think it'll work.




  
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Apr 24, 2012 07:26 |  #3

http://www.filmtools.c​om/equipmentcarts.html (external link)

Kind of a huge and expensive variety but there is lots of good stuff here.

Ed


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