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The BEST Case for Tripods, Light Stands, etc!

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Published on Dec 27, 2016

Get this case on Amazon here: http://amzn.to/2iBfvQW
Up until around six months ago, when I wanted to transport my video support gear such as tripods, monopods, slider, etc. to weddings and other shoots, I did it all by hand. This typically resulted in multiple trips to and from my car whenever I changed locations on a wedding day, as well as horrible back pain. I will say though, that there was something macho about treating my gear transport in the same way I handled bringing in grocery bags inside from a trip to the store - all in one trip.

After six years of living like this, I realized that it was time for a change and began researching cases that would enable me to transport my support gear, ideally all at once. My only requirements were that it be sturdy and hold a lot of gear. After much reading and requesting recommendations from friends, I chose the 1SKB-R4209W Tripod Case. I'm pleased to say that after taking it to three states, thirteen shoots, and subjecting it to a diversity of terrain, it has held up in a spectacular fashion. In the review video above, I cover the hardware, storage capacity, and a few of the issues I have with the case.

Overall, if you are living your life like I was and transporting a lot of gear inefficiently, take hope! A good tripod case can go a long ways to improving your speed, and this one is a winner.

If you watch my review video and decide to invest in one of these cases for yourself, I would recommend checking out the "Used and New" section Amazon for their Warehouse Deals. The case retails at time of this video for $199, but the Warehouse Deals may have them for as low at $170.

Get it on Amazon here: http://amzn.to/2iBfvQW

Ethics Statement: This is an entirely independent review. SKB did not pay me to create this video, I didn't receive this case for free, or receive any other compensation. I'm a fan of this case and after six months of use I really wanted to make a review about it.

If you have any questions about the case, or wedding filmmaking questions in general, feel free to leave a comment below or get in touch through my site, http://whoismatt.com/

You can also check out my wedding film production company at http://www.filmstrong.com

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Matt Johnson
2177 Buckingham Road #553
Richardson, TX 75081
USA

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