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|Material||Ballistic nylon YKK RC Fuse zippers|
|Type of Closure||YKK RC Fuse zippers|
|Exterior Dimensions||12.5 x 10.5 x 8.5" (31.8 x 26.7 x 21.6 cm)|
|Interior Dimensions||10.3 x 8.75 x 5.5" (26.2 x 22.2 x 14.0 cm)|
|Carrying/Transport Options||Removable shoulder strap
Top grab handle
|Weight||1.9 - 2.5 lb (0.9 - 1.1 kg)|
This is a lightweight, extremely well made waist pack that holds all I need for sports photography. It holds my Canon 5D IV with battery pack, 70-200, 2x extender and 25-70. I purchased straps to attach my monopod to the top. The front pocket is very well organized for CF cards, personal items, etc.
When I opened this bag I thought, no way will this hold my gear. 5d mark IV, w/grip 70-200 f2.8 II (all attached) a 2x TC , 16-35mm, 24-105. It all fit nicely with room to spare. I'm only 5'2 and it isn't overwhelming. This bag has easy access, belt fits nice and comfortable.
I purchased the Sony Speed Freak 2.0 because I needed a small to medium sized camera bag that would allow me to carry a Sony A7Rii with an attached Sony FE 24-70mm F2.8 or FE 70-200 f4 lens as well as two small to moderately sized extra lenses or a small lens and a flash.
I usually carry a camera everyday in a Lowepro camera holster but sometimes that isnt enough. I tried a couple of smaller sized backpacks but they were overkill. This bag is perfect for carrying a camera and a trio of lenses.
Around 1995 I had a LowePro shoulder bag, black... its size and shape was a lot like this ThinkTank Speed Racer. I used that bag for years and years, it was my favorite bag, ever. Until this Speed Racer came along.
I added this to my repertoire of bags after using different peak design day packs. I wanted to get stuff off of my back and try to reduce back strain. Alternatively, when using a Think Tank belt, I often have to reach around to get things. I have a rotator cuff problem, and thats not easy for me.
I didn't hesitate to make a purchase of this bag designed and manufactured by Think Tank. If you've been in the photo industry for any reasonable amount of time, you know that brand name stands for innovative design and bullet-proof construction.
I was looking for a bag to travel with that would hold the basic gear for a long trip. The Speed Racer fit all of my needs, Nikon 610 with 28-300 mm attached, 16-35 mm wide angle, 105 mm Micro lens as well as a SB-700 Speed-light and battery charger.
Holds what I need. 24-70, and a 70-200 on camera with hood reversed. Snug fit, but it works. Also room for flash, and one more small lense, with the weight, the belt is awesome.
When trying to fit a Canon 70-200 2.8, 50mm F1.2, and 24-70 2.8 -- all with hood reversed, it becomes a very tight fit. No bodies attached. When on the field, we would not have time to squeeze and shove lenses in and out of the bag.