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|Material||Exterior: Treated with DWR (Durable Water Repellent) while fabric underside is coated with PU (polyurethane) for superior water resistance, poly 1100D spun, antique nickel plated metal hardware, nylon webbing, 3-ply bonded nylon thread
Interior: Removable closed cell foam inserts with PE (polyethylene) board stiffener, 210D silver-toned nylon, PU backed velex, 2x PU coated nylon 210T taffeta rain cover, 3-ply bonded nylon thread
|Type of Closure||Hook & Loop|
|Exterior Dimensions||10.0 x 8.5 x 6.0" (25.4 x 21.6 x 15.2 cm)|
|Interior Dimensions||9.5 x 7.8 x 4.5" (24.1 x 19.8 x 11.4 cm)|
|Carrying/Transport Options||Canvas strap
Removable carry handle
Accepts optional Modular, Skin or Multimedia pouches
|Weight||2.3 lb (1.0 kg)|
This is a great bag! It's very well organized, with multiple compartments, and comes with a good supply of Velcro-attached dividers for customization. It has an attractive but non-descript look that doesn't scream "expensive camera inside!
Recently migrated from Nikon D7100 to Fuji X-T10. So I wanted a smaller bag that is more comfortable to carry. Assumed that I could only carry camera with attached lens and an extra lens or 2. I can load the X-T10, 35mm f2, 18-55mm, 10-24mm, 55-200mm along with a handful of batteries, filters, etc.
Using this bag to carry the following:* Fujifilm E-X3 mirrorless with 18-55mm zoom w/hood attached.* Fujifilm 10-24mm zoom w/hood attached.*Fujifilm EF-20 strobe, mini tripod, misc. assessories in outer pocket.Seems well built and I believe it will serve me well.
Since this bag has been discontinued, I doubt my review will help any future improvements but here goes: Bag is BIG - just what I needed. Bag is well made and has enough compartments. Two things that need improved: Add feet to the bottom so the material isn't resting on the ground.
Think Tank, think well made and thought out, its amazing what will fit in a Think tank bag. I love the larger Think Tank bag I have that holds 2 bodies and 4 lenses but i was looking for a 1 body / 2 lens small bag for quick day use or nights out when i don't want to carry a full kit around.
Well designed, well constructed. I had the Retrospective 7 bag and needed more room and space for a laptop. This was perfect
Smaller than I thought, if you need a little more room than just an FM2n sized body and a couple of primes, you might want to go for the next size up. Excellent build quality, comfortable. Its a heavy fabric, so there are lighter bags available.
I recently purchased an Olympus EM5 and searched the web and local camera stores for a suitable system bag to accommodate the camera, 12-50 zoom, 40-150 zoom 17mm pancake, 45 mm, flash filters etc. The Retrospective 5 was my choice. The bag is very well made in every respect.
This is a small (but well-made) bag, nearly as small as a handbag. I own the sandstone & leather version, which costs a bit more than the other nylon Retrospective 5 models. The brown leather cover gives it a more rugged (my friend calls it "Indiana Jones") look.
I have owned about every shoulder bag there is. This ThinkTank 30 is the best I have ever used. It's a larger bag but not huge and best of all for it's size it holds a lot more gear than you would think.