Pop quiz: which of these can hold more stuff? Exhibit A:
Or Exhibit B:
The correct answer is: neither! They’re both just pixels on a screen and as such can’t hold anything. (Why yes, I have always been a fan of The Treachery of Images, how did you know?) However, assuming we meant the cars in them I think we can all agree a limo is larger (and not to mention more glamorous) than a taxi. And so too should we now understand that ThinkTank’s new Glass Limo is a larger, more impressive lens chariot than their popular Glass Taxi.
While the Glass Taxi was made to hold a full-size DSLR with either a 500mm f4 or a 300 f2.8 attached, the lass Limo pushes that envelope a bit and can now fit a 600mm f4 inside its ripstop carapace. Or, if you don’t own any so-called “exotic” lenses, you can just use it as a regular camera backpack, and it’ll fit a full-size DSLR or two and like 5-8 lenses with all the usual bits and bobbles, depending on how you set it up. It also now uses the harness originally seen on the Streetwalker series, for greater comfort and adjustability no matter you torso’s shape. Throw in ThikTank’s usual construction, fabrics, YKK zippers, rain cover, and three modular accessory rails and it all adds up to another solid bag from a company known for making solid bags.
The Glass Limo is listed at just under $200, and will be available sometime in the month known as November. We have a couple more shots of it and the press release after the jump.