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Pelican 48" (PCTB48) tripod/ light stand bag?

 
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Mar 14, 2008 10:15 |  #1

I would like to know if anyone has any first hand experience with the Pelican 48" PCTB48 light stand bag? I recently purchased a Hakuba PSTC 300 (7.63 x 6.63 x 36.63") light stand bag, and even thought it fits my two Manfrotto 3361 light stands and my Manfrotto 3021BPRO tripod perfectly, I feel like I should return it for something slightly bigger. I've searched high and low for specs on the Pelican bag, but I've only been able to find the same discription from there website. If this Pelican bag doesn't work out I might just pick up the Hakuba PSTC 400 which is (10.13 x 8.13 x 45.63"). I know it sounds like I solved my own problem, but I would prefer to have the extra side pockets of the Pelican, so that why I want to get some hard numbers before placing another order.

If you have another bag in mind to suggest, it will need to carry atleast 3-4 lightstands, one tripod, and my 38" umbrellas.

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-Rafael


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Mar 14, 2008 15:31 |  #2

I contacted Pelican direct and they weren't even able to give me any info..

Hi Rafael,
Thank you for your interest in Pelican Products. Unfortunately the
product that you are describing does not sound like one of the products
that we manufacture. We make hard plastic cases with locking latches.
Is it possible that you were looking at one of our distributors
products? We have many OEM dealers that use our cases and alter them in
reverse logistics applications.
Sorry that I was not able to be of greater assitance. Please feel free
to contact me with any additional questions.

Regards,

Kelli Littrell

Retailers:
http://www.amazon.com …and-Pockets/dp/B000ERZHT8 (external link)
http://www.adorama.com​/PLTB48.html (external link)


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Mar 14, 2008 15:50 |  #3

found out their (6 x 6 x 48")


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