The Camera Strap V2.0 features non-slip material on both sides so the strap will not slip off the shoulder, even if the strap is upside down! Designed for less bulk and increased portability, the Camera Strap V2.0 also attaches to Think Tank backpacks by using the Camera Support Straps (included
Think Tank Photo to Release Retrospective® 40 and Retrospective® 50 Photo Shoulder Bags for Increased Laptop Carrying Capacity Santa Rosa, Calif. – Think Tank Photo announces that in November it will add two new laptop-carrying sizes to its “retro” Retrospective® shoulder bag line: the Retrospective 40 and the Retrospective 50.
Our friends at Think Tank Photo have a special offer for September that might of interest. Should you order one of their popular Urban Disguise® shoulder bags, you can receive one of their Urban Disguise® Attachment Straps or a Shoulder Harness V2.0 for free! With Think Tank Photo’s completely upgraded
Buy any Think Tank Photo Retrospective shoulder bag and get money back! Between now and the end of December, whenever you order any of Think Tank Photo’s Retrospective shoulder bags, you will receive up to $20 back. The Retrospective bags are inconspicuous, soft-sided shoulder bags with a simple exterior that
Click on the image above to get more information on the Think Tank Photo Skin Set. Running around Seattle on my bicycle (a 2012 Specialized Crosstrail Sport Disk), I have to keep my camera equipment as light and accessible as possible, so I have installed a Racktime Addit rear rack
Think Tank Photo – Speed Freak V2.0 Think Tank has release the new redesigned Speed Demon™ V2.0, Speed Freak V2.0™, and Speed Racer™ V2.0 as shoulder bags in their new Speed Convertible Series. Each Speed Convertible bag features a “disappearing” belt that tucks away into the sides of the bag,
Think Tank Photo’s New Retrospective™ Soft-sided Camera and Lens Shoulder Bags SANTA ROSA, CALIF – Created as an homage to classic photographers such as Henri Cartier-Bresson and Robert Frank, Think Tank Photo has created five soft-sided shoulder bags in its new Retrospective™ series. Designed for the professional photographer that wants
The Newest Urban Disguise is CAVERNOUS For carrying two regular or pro size DSLRs with lenses attached to each camera body – or even a 70-200 f2.8 lens attached to any camera body – we have released the cavernous Urban Disguise ® 70 Pro. This is a briefcase style gear
We are back in stock on our most popular rolling camera bag, the Airport International™, as well as the Airport Airstream™. And, we have just released version 2.0 of our Pro Speedbelts™, Steroid Speedbelts™, and Thin Skin Belts™.
There are backpacks that are designed as rollers and there are backpacks that are designed to be carried on your back. Think Tank has decided to bridge the gap and create a backpack that is both a first class roller and a first class backpack, the Airport TakeOff. Purchase from
Think Tank Photo Introduces the First Camera Bag System Dedicated Solely to Multimedia DSLR’s SANTA ROSA, CALIFORNIA, USA. – With the introductions of the Canon 5D Mark II and the Nikon D90, and with the line blurring between still and video/audio imaging, photographers and videographers are increasingly required to be
Holds Most 15” Laptops. The Think Tank – Urban Disguise 50, will hold more gear than you ever imagined, and a 15” laptop. It is very similar to the Urban Disguise 40 except that it features the added rear compartment. The front compartment will hold a wide angle with a
For photographers operating in urban or dangerous environments, carrying thousands of dollars worth of photo equipment can be an invitation to have their gear stolen. Given the size of most gear set-ups, it is increasingly difficult to keep from attracting unwanted attention. To aid in lessening this threat, Think Tank
I use a pretty wide range of Think Tank Photo bags and I have to admit that although the large Airport series backpacks are great for traveling and also work really well as a portable closet to work out of on location (or in a vehicle), they are not really
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