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Best Travel Drone Bag: Backpacking with a DJI Phantom

Best Travel Drone Bag

Backpacking with a DJI Phantom gifts you with the ability to capture the fullness of a new place from an angle you (realistically) can’t otherwise dream of—to captivate your viewers the way the world captivated you. The reality, however, is that not everyone has a DJI Mavic, or a GoPro Karma. Most drones are not the most portable things in the world. But still, backpacking with a DJI Phantom or other drone is definitely worth it. Especially if you can get the best travel drone bag for the job. In fact, having a good travel drone bag is our #1 essential tip for traveling with a drone (without going insane)!

Truth is, there is no perfect one-size-fits-all best travel drone bag. There are different trips, different people, different drones, and different needs, and all of these ever-changing variables extend to a different conclusion for the best travel drone bag. Still, we have our answer for the best travel drone bag for our needs.


For more general travel drone tips, check out our post,

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We also brought our DJI Phantom to this epic Harbin Ice Festival in China! Bringing your drone to a cold place is a whole different ball game. To learn more travel drone tips for cold temps, check out our post, Flying a Drone in Cold Weather.

 

Things to Consider Before Backpacking with a DJI Phantom

What should you consider when choosing the best travel drone bag for you?

Traveling with a drone in Sapa, Vietnam

Your needs for a travel drone bag will be different from those required for your standard, non-drone travel backpack—although if you’re also looking for a great backpack for your clothes, etc. here’s a helpful guide outlining the Best Travel Backpacks.

These are the MAIN CATEGORIES to choose from when choosing the best travel drone bag:

  • Hard case or soft case
  • Backpack, carrying case, or rolling bag/case

 

Of course, these considerations all depend on the kind of travel you’ll be embarking on.

Ask yourself: will you be moving locations frequently? Will you be taking your drone on hikes or staying only in well-paved cities? If you’re anything like us, you’ll be moving too much, and taking your drone to such a variety of places, that a rolling case is simply out of the question. Likewise, a hard case is much too heavy and (if it has a big DJI logo) too attention-grabbing for backpacking with a DJI Phantom.

So what have we found to be our perfect bag for traveling with a drone?

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The Best Travel Drone Bag

After some trial and error, we found the best travel drone bag for our needs: the Think Tank Airport Helipak.

But first, what about cost? We’ll talk a lot about durability and functionality later in the “The Break Down: Think Tank Airport Helipak” section of this review, but if you’re looking for the best bang for your buck, Think Tank’s got it covered. The Phantom and 3DR Solo Airport Helipaks are now being offered at an incredible REDUCED PRICE ($130 less than a comparable DJI branded drone bag) and you can use these links to get free shipping plus a free gift.

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We’ve tried out different drone bags, from the cheap Chinese eBay variety to hard cases and so on, but nothing else really matched up to our needs. Other bags were either flimsy and fragile or heavy and awkward, and none of them gave us the peace-of-mind that the bag was offering the ultimate protection while backpacking with a DJI Phantom. The Think Tank DJI Phantom bag, however, fulfilled all of our top travel needs.

The company makes a few variations of the Airport Helipak drone bag to make traveling with a drone easy for a variety of models, such as the 3DR Solo. For us, the DJI Phantom Airport Helipak fits our Phantom 3 Standard perfectly.

Think Tank was awesome enough to send us out their Airport Helipak drone bag a few weeks before we left South Korea for our Vietnam trip. After testing the bag out around Jeju Island,  we knew it was exactly what we needed for backpacking with a DJI Phantom through Vietnam. Well, we were right.

How Did the Airport Helipak Perform in Vietnam?

The bag performed remarkably well under the tough travel conditions you might expect from a couple of adventure travelers backpacking with a DJI Phantom.

Sapa Tours of the Rice Terraces in Vietnam

Our week-long trip in Vietnam took the Think Tank drone bag through rainy Sapa trekking in the rice terraces of the northern mountains, to the wetlands of Ninh Binh in canoes and bamboo rafts to explore the striking limestone karsts, right up to the edge of Halong Bay during a typhoon threat, zooming ’round the country on motorcycles, through the Hanoi streets lined with Vietnamese food vendors, along the sandy shores of Da Nang, and of course on the many bus rides, train rides, and plane rides in between it all. Our drone (and other gear) stayed 100% dry, protected, and safe the entire trip, and the Helipak managed to make it through without a single scuff.

Backpacking with a drone in Sapa Vietnam

Without a reliable, protective bag such as the Think Tank Airport Helipak, backpacking with a DJI Phantom through our rugged itinerary would’ve been simply out of the question.

 


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The Break Down: Think Tank Airport Helipak

What makes the Think Tank Airport Helipak the best travel drone bag for us?


After considering our travel needs, we’ve broken down the Airport Helipak’s highlights into 10 top categories: lightweight, organized, customizable, durable, comfortable, water resistant, inconspicuous, plane-friendly, spacious, and thoughtful.


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1. Lightweight

The soft padding of the foam dividers provides ultimate protection without adding a ton of weight. We brought this bag everywhere, wearing it wherever we went, and it never felt super heavy.

Even with the extreme carry-on luggage weight restrictions of Vietjet Air (7 kg or 15 pounds), the bag passed the weight test just fine!

 

2. Organized

The Helipak includes tons of compartments and inserts for everything you’ll need.

One of my favorite features of the bag is the organizer panel of the external pocket, with slots for your laptop, phone, pens, keys, and pretty much anything else you need for easy and convenient grabbing. This pocket is the perfect vlogger’s companion—I keep our mics, a few extra SD cards and batteries for my GoPro and Canon  G7x here for easy access while we’re on the move.

Best Travel Drone Bag Customizable

The interior of the bag has padded compartments suitable for batteries, RC, other cameras, tablet display, GoPro mounts, travel adapters, chargers, and phone gear, as well as mesh see-through pockets for SD cards, props, tools, cables, cords, etc., so you can quickly and easily access everything you need. This allows you to conveniently keep your important things together, making it easier to keep an eye on it.

Additionally, there’s a handy stretchy 32 oz water bottle pocket on the side, which we’ve also used to carry our vlogging camera set-up (Canon G7x with a Gorilla Pod) and our medium-sized tripod

 


Check out this drone bag packing video on the Television of Nomads YouTube Channel to see everything we fit into our Think Tank Airport Helipak—and to be honest, we could’ve fit in more!


3. Customizable

Velcro-closed dividers enable you to easily customize the size of each compartment to fit your own gear.

This makes it super easy to rearrange our gear as we need it—if I need to accommodate a long selfie stick, a GoPro Dome, or a DSLR, changing the size of the compartments is as easy as pulling apart and re-attaching velcro!

 

4. Durable

The Think Tank Airport Helipak is built to last.

Constructed of ballistic nylon (the material so tough it was was invented to protect WWII airmen) and other durable materials, 3-ply bonded nylon thread, and incredibly strong abrasion-resistant zippers, the Think Tank Airport Helipak is also layered with a durable water-repellent coating and an additional layer or polyurethane coating. Phew. This bag’s got muscles.

Its strong construction never feels at all flimsy, ensuring the bag will survive through traveling conditions. This is absolutely essential for traveling with a drone—luggage can take a beating, and this well-made bag withstands it beautifully (keeping our DJI Phantom as safe as can be!)

Think Tank Airport Helipak

 

5. Comfortable

With ergonomic, comfortable padded straps that can be buckled for back support, the Airport Helipak makes for pleasant wearability while traveling with a drone. Additionally, the bag has a removable padded waist-belt and a contoured harness complete with adjustable straps.

The bag’s straps even include elastic pockets for small items you want to (literally) keep close to your chest, such as a phone. We found these elastic pockets perfect for clipping a GoPro clip mount while we were Sapa trekking through the rice fields of Vietnam—so much more convenient than the chesty mount!

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6. Water Resistant

One of the handiest features of the Think Tank Airport Helipak is the durable water-repellent coating. And in heavier rain, the included seam-sealed rain cover makes this bag virtually waterproof!

The first day of our Sapa trek had torrential rain. Seriously—the rain was so bad that our Belgian companions were receiving concerned messages from friends in Belgium who had seen the extent of the flooding in Sapa on their news channels. The only thing we used to protect our Airport Helipak was the included Think Tank rain cover. When we finally got to shelter and inspected all of our gear, EVERYTHING was completely dry. Even the papers we had on the external pockets were 100% protected by the rain cover.

As far as a water-resisting goes, that’s pretty impressive. Now, don’t go throwing the Helipak drone bag into the ocean and expecting it to stay completely dry. But for realistic conditions (rain, snow, water splashing while inside a boat, etc.) the Airport Helipak with the included rain cover will get the job done!

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7. Inconspicuous

This was one of our top priorities in looking for the best travel drone bag!

The last thing you want to do while backpacking with a DJI Phantom is advertise to everyone around: “HEY GUYS! LOOK! I HAVE AN EXPENSIVE QUADCOPTER AND YOU KNOW ITS BRAND JUST BY LOOKING AT THE BAG’S LOGO!”

No thank you. This is the problem with a DJI bag with a blatant logo. First off, DJI’s a well-known consumer drone brand, and flashing a logo like that down every foreign alley isn’t smart. Second, I find the hard case shape a bit awkward to handle—almost like wearing a giant turtle shell on your back. Even the new soft case DJI Phantom drone bag has a big DJI logo front and center, and it costs a whopping $130 more than the Think Tank, with little to no room for other gear.

To the contrary, the simple (yet well-thought out) black design of the Think Tank Airport Helipak helps the bag blend in, which is exactly what you’ll want when backpacking with a DJI Phantom or other quadcopter. During our trip in Vietnam, no one suspected what was inside the bag, and they were continually surprised when we pulled out our DJI Phantom.

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8. Plane-Friendly

Think Tank made this the perfect carry-on travel drone bag.

The 14” W x 20.5” H x 9” D (35.6 x 52.1 x 22.9 cm) exterior dimensions fit even the strictest of discount airlines for carry-on luggage for both domestic and international flights. During our Vietnam trip, we were delighted to find the Think Tank Airport Helipak was not only the perfect size for a carry-on, but its lightweight materials allowed us to come in under VietJet Air’s 7kg (15 lb) carry-on weight limit, even when loaded with our gear.

As frequent travelers, we try to carry on our bags whenever we can (in fact, you should check out these recommendations for the best carry-on luggage choices)! But for traveling with a drone in particular, carrying on your bag is essential.

 

Why is carrying on your drone so important?

Well first of all, for security reasons. Something as costly as a drone is not something you should be checking in, for fear of it being lost, damaged, or even worst, stolen.

And second of all, for safety reasons. The LiPo batteries that power a DJI Phantom should absolutely NEVER be checked in! If LiPo batteries are handled improperly they can become extremely dangerous and potentially start a fire. It’s incredibly important that the LiPo batteries are brought onto the cabin in a carry-on bag, where you and airline flight crews can better monitor the batteries and have quick access to them if a fire were to occur. For extra brownie points, store your LiPo batteries in a LiPo Safe Fireproof bag

Best Drone Travel Bag even on trains

In addition to being plane-friendly, the Think Tank Airport Helipak was also the perfect size for transporting our drone on trains and buses, fitting nicely in the luggage compartments. The bag also fit like a glove in the Seoul subway station locker we stored our bag in while we had a Seoul day trip on our way back to Jeju! And with handles on three sides, it’s incredibly easy and quick to grab your bag from anywhere you store it.


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9. Spacious

The Think Tank Airport Helipak can accommodate all my gear.

A serious concern of mine in finding the perfect travel drone bag is ensuring it will be able to fit everything I’ll need while traveling. Many drone bags I tried out or looked at were fine for day trips using the drone, but lacked the space and customizability I needed for the variety of trips we take every year.

The Think Tank Airport Helipak has space for the basics: quadcopter, RC, batteries, propellers, and tablet. But it also has enough space for everything else I need: GoPro and GoPro mounts, handheld cameras, this multi-charger for the Phantom 4, or this multi-charger for the Phantom 3, as well as all my other chargers (including the essential portable charger) and travel adapters, and just about anything else I think I’ll need for my trip.c

And here’s the great thing about the bag: it’s functional for longer backpacking trips, and short day trips. Spacious while still being lightweight, the bag can accommodate different kinds of travel, whether we’re heading to Sri Lanka for 8 days, Seoul for the weekend, or just a nearby Jeju beach for a few hours!

 

 

10. Thoughtful

Think Tank thought of things I didn’t even know I was missing!

Everything from the pocket organizers and changeable slots, to the protective coatings and tough zippers, to the included rain cover and protective rotor thread caps—it all shows that this bag was designed by drone users for drone users.

Lightweight, organized, customizable, durable, comfortable, water resistant, inconspicuous, plane-friendly, and spacious, the Think Tank Airport Helipak has everything it takes to be labeled the best travel drone bag.

Now that I’ve used the Think Tank Airport Helipak, I simply can’t go back. While it doesn’t make backpacking with a DJI Phantom as easy as…well…not backpacking with a DJI Phantom, it sure makes it as easy and painless as can be. It’s no wonder it’s the drone bag used by YouTube photographer superstars such as Sawyer Hartman.

 

Reduced Price (with Free Shipping & Gift!)

Though we’ve only covered the Airport Helipak here, Think Tank also makes several other other high-quality bags and cases for all your photography needs, from backpacks, shoulder bags, belt systems for your photography and videography gear, to laptop cases and accessories. Feel free to browse here!

As for getting the drone Airport Helipak, you can find it in the Helipak series section. Check out the Airport Helipak for yourself!

Here’s what’s even better: the price is right.

Think Tank has reduced the price of the Airport Helipak, and no matter what you buy, every $50 or more order purchased through these links will get you free shipping plus a free gift.

 


Think Tank supplied us with the Airport Helipak, but as always, the opinions are honest, thoroughly-considered, and very much our own.

If you decide to make a purchase through these links, it won’t cost you anything extra, and it will help offset the cost of running Television of Nomads!


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Best Travel Drone Bag for Backpacking with a DJI Phantom, in terms of being lightweight, customizable, functional and durable! Also includes our experience bringing the Think Tank Airport Helipak drone bag and DJI phantom through Vietnam!
Best Travel Drone Bag for Backpacking with a DJI Phantom, in terms of being lightweight, customizable, functional and durable! Also includes our experience bringing the Think Tank Airport Helipak drone bag and DJI phantom through Vietnam!

 

 

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52 Comments

  • Reply
    jen
    November 1, 2016 at 9:23 pm

    Nice bag, could be good for other stuff too! Though first I need a drone… it’s on the Christmas wish list ::

    • Reply
      Lauren West
      November 2, 2016 at 12:22 am

      Oh it’s a serious game-changer!

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    Chris
    November 2, 2016 at 12:12 am

    I dream of having a drone at some point and I was always wondering how on earth to carry such. Haven’t seen that there are bags especially for such. This seams a very good solution in order to have your hands free. Cool idea.

    • Reply
      Lauren West
      November 2, 2016 at 12:23 am

      Yeah, we were worried we wouldn’t be able to travel easily with it, but the bag helps IMMENSELY!

  • Reply
    The Alternative Ways
    November 2, 2016 at 1:45 am

    Wow that’s a lot of great reasons to get that drone bag. I’ll definitely look into it as I run a travel blog and am really thinking of getting myself a drone to better follow my adventures!! Thanks for the advice!

    • Reply
      Lauren West
      November 2, 2016 at 7:44 am

      You’re quite welcome! Let me know how the drone shopping goes!

  • Reply
    Abigail
    November 2, 2016 at 12:02 pm

    This equipment is a game-changer for travel bloggers! The ability to take photos of a place from a unique perspective is amazing – you will be able to capture a place from a perspective that you normally wouldn’t have access to!

    • Reply
      Lauren West
      November 2, 2016 at 10:26 pm

      100%, Abigail! It’s so much fun flying the drone around and seeing everything on such a different scale!

  • Reply
    Kate Carter Hickey
    November 2, 2016 at 4:06 pm

    I’ve never used a drone before, but your images make me want to try. Were you ever scared to test it out the first few times? I’d be afraid the thing would zoom into me like Enrique Iglesias! Hopefully I’ll be partnering with a drone professional soon. I’ll pass this info along!

    • Reply
      Lauren West
      November 2, 2016 at 10:28 pm

      I was definitely scared flying the first few times. It’s a little like driving a car in the beginning–I wasn’t scared of getting hurt myself, just of crashing the thing!

  • Reply
    Milena
    November 2, 2016 at 10:21 pm

    I like the post! I am thinking of buying a drone soon (for my South-Eastern Asia journey), so it’s very useful – thanks for sharing!

    • Reply
      Lauren West
      November 2, 2016 at 10:29 pm

      Thanks, Milena! You’d be able to capture some INCREDIBLE photos with a drone in Southeast Asia!

  • Reply
    Aisha
    November 2, 2016 at 11:06 pm

    Believe it or not my friend and I were just discussing the best way to travel with a drone! Every time I stumble upon a spot that would be best captured overhead I wish I had one with me but it always seems too complicated. This bag is perfect! Thanks for sharing!

    Cheers!
    Aisha, islandgirlintransit.com

    • Reply
      Lauren West
      November 9, 2016 at 12:16 pm

      It really has CHANGED the way we photograph our travels in such a good way. We’re able to take much better pictures now that we have the right bags to carry our gear.

  • Reply
    Marinel de Jesus
    November 2, 2016 at 11:45 pm

    I need to make note of this article. My photographer friend and I have major projects including K2 basecamp trek. A drone will be amazing to use there. Very detailed article. Thanks

    • Reply
      Lauren West
      November 9, 2016 at 12:17 pm

      Glad it could help you, Marinel!

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    Caitlin
    November 3, 2016 at 12:06 am

    The photo of the those green fields is absolutely incredible. SO GREEN!! Since you used it as your carry-on, did you check the rest of your luggage? Or was it your “purse” or bag that you normally get to bring on?

    • Reply
      Lauren West
      November 9, 2016 at 12:19 pm

      On the way to Vietnam from Seoul, we didn’t check in any bags. I had one backpack with all of our clothes and everything (we tried to pack as light as possible!), and Ben carried the drone bag as his carry-on. We had a small collapsible bag that we checked in on our return flight for our souvenirs (we bought gifts for coworkers!).

  • Reply
    Ana
    November 3, 2016 at 12:25 am

    Such an interesting article,

    Thanks for sharing it with us.

    • Reply
      Lauren West
      November 9, 2016 at 12:19 pm

      Happy it could be of use to you, Ana!

  • Reply
    Gareth
    November 3, 2016 at 12:55 am

    Ok, I think I know what I want for Christmas! I’ve been putting off getting a drone for a while, partly due to the fact I had assumed it would be a headache lugging it around with me everywhere I go but it’s good to know that there are more lightweight options available. Certainly, given the shots you’ve managed to capture (the Vietnam rice fields are particularly beautiful) it really does make it worth it for bloggers like myself. Great find!

    • Reply
      Lauren West
      November 9, 2016 at 12:21 pm

      Thanks for your comment, Gareth! A drone is absolutely a game-changer when it comes to being a blogger. Our engagement has risen dramatically, almost entirely because of the drone photographs and videos. And yeah, there’s no way we’d be able to bring it around without the proper bag!

  • Reply
    Danielle
    November 3, 2016 at 2:31 am

    I’ve bee seeing more and more drone photos popping up online and they’re gorgeous! But I always wonder how people travel with them, because I doubted they came with bags. I love this review because you really break down the perfect bag from start to finish. And there’s videos too!!! Great job guys!!

    Danielle | FollowMyGut.com <3

    • Reply
      Lauren West
      November 9, 2016 at 12:22 pm

      Oh yes you definitely need a great bag! It’d be near impossible to cart the drone around through several countries without one!

  • Reply
    Nadine Smith
    November 3, 2016 at 3:28 am

    I would love to own a drone… but am too scared to operate one! Aside from my fear of breaking it (I am quite clumsy), I am also scared of hitting people with it or hurting myself while operating it. Haha! But a drone really is a cool thing to have when documenting beautiful destinations!

    • Reply
      Lauren West
      November 9, 2016 at 12:23 pm

      Girl, I seriously feel you. It took me a while to get the hang of it, but it gets easier over time! It’s really not that different (for me) from when I was learning to drive a car. When I first got behind the wheel I was TERRIFIED, and with the drone, I was so scared I would do something wrong and lose it or hurt someone. But it’s so user-friendly that you learn quickly!

  • Reply
    Gokul Raj
    November 3, 2016 at 3:53 am

    It is right….capturing pictures with drones is really innovative. You get the birds eye view of the place. Well getting a drone is out of reach for me as of now. I will be getting my first DSLR next month. Drones will have to wait.

    • Reply
      Lauren West
      November 9, 2016 at 12:24 pm

      A DSLR is a fantastic purchase to have as well! Good luck on your camera endeavor!

  • Reply
    Janine Good
    November 3, 2016 at 5:10 am

    This looks fab. We don’t have a drone yet, but it is on the list in the very near future. I will consider this bag when that time comes as it looks versatile and ideal for light travel!

    • Reply
      Lauren West
      November 9, 2016 at 12:24 pm

      Oh you’ll love the drone! Let me know if you ever need any tips!

  • Reply
    Juliette | Snorkels to Snow
    November 3, 2016 at 5:42 am

    Excellent and informative guide! A drone is not something you want to have packed into a cheap or poorly made pack! We don’t have one at this stage but would love to get into this type of photography…but have a few other photography essentials on our list first!

    • Reply
      Lauren West
      November 9, 2016 at 12:25 pm

      Absolutely, Juliette! It’s so much fun capturing the images once you get the hang of flying the thing!

  • Reply
    Nick Vinken
    November 3, 2016 at 7:14 am

    Great article! Looking to get a DJI phantom (or maybe a Mavic), good to know what bag to order with it!

    • Reply
      Lauren West
      November 9, 2016 at 12:26 pm

      Oh we’ll probably be looking into a Mavic in the future, but only once we leave Korea! The Phantom does have superior quality to the Mavic though, from what I’ve heard!

  • Reply
    MARINA
    November 3, 2016 at 7:47 am

    Wow! I didn’t know you had to consider all those things before choosing the perfect bag. It looks so simple from a person like me who doesn’t own a done or any kind of flying-device 🙂 so I would just go to the store and buy the lighter one. Now I know that whenever I decide to get myself a drone there will be thousands of things to consider in advanced.
    Not just about the technology itself, but about everything that surround it (like the bag in this case).

    Thanks for sharing! Very easy to read and useful info.

    • Reply
      Lauren West
      November 9, 2016 at 12:30 pm

      While one could just settle for any bag, you will run into problems and inconveniences in time if you don’t consider your needs beforehand! We’ve learned the hard way!

  • Reply
    Tracy
    November 3, 2016 at 10:38 am

    No..I never traveled with a drone before. To travel with my DSLR is already kind of pain for me. Haha..but I totally agree that to find a really good and comfortable bag for our equipment isn’t easy. I finally found one that comfortable enough for me to carry my DSLR after several purchases. 🙂

    • Reply
      Lauren West
      November 9, 2016 at 12:31 pm

      I had actually stopped bringing my DSLR with me for awhile because it was such a pain to lug it around. I never had the appropriate bag for it, and always found myself irritated with dragging around a heavy messenger bag with my cameras and everything else inside. Since I got this drone bag, it’s helped me bring around my other cameras as well, and my photographs have gotten so much better!

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    Natalie
    November 3, 2016 at 11:22 am

    I have to admit that traveling with a drone wasn’t something on my packing list! But, I can really see the fun in that! This looks like a great bag though – love how it can be customized. I think it would be great for cameras, too!

    • Reply
      Lauren West
      November 9, 2016 at 1:18 pm

      Think Tank makes a whole line of different customizable shape-shifting camera bags that are good for any kind of camera set-up that doesn’t include a drone. We haven’t tried them out yet, but if they’re anything like the drone bag, I’m sure they’re top notch!

  • Reply
    Allison
    November 3, 2016 at 6:53 pm

    I have serious drone envy now. The aerial shot of the terraces in Vietnam is amazing! Will be looking into this immediately!

    • Reply
      Lauren West
      November 9, 2016 at 1:20 pm

      Why thank you! It’s so hard to do a place like that justice when you can’t capture the magnificent scope of it all!

  • Reply
    Carmen Baguio
    November 3, 2016 at 9:47 pm

    I’m hoping for a drone for Christmas. Fingers crossed! Pinned the post.

    • Reply
      Lauren West
      November 9, 2016 at 1:20 pm

      Thank you, Carmen! Good luck on your Christmas wishes!

  • Reply
    Maria
    November 5, 2016 at 5:16 am

    This bag looks great, with everything in its right place.

  • Reply
    Taylor
    November 5, 2016 at 8:43 pm

    Damn, we were wondering how you got that awesome shot of Sapa! We don’t have a drone just yet, but it does seem that they’ve thought of everything with this bag. Thanks for the info!

    • Reply
      Lauren West
      November 9, 2016 at 1:21 pm

      No problem, Taylor! And yes, the drone has allowed us to capture infinitely better photographs than before!

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    Erin
    November 19, 2016 at 11:05 am

    This bag looks awesome! My boyfriend and I have a Phantom which we LOVE. We have the DJI hard shell backpack, which I like but didn’t think about the logo thing! Thanks for the tip.

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