Camera Bag Review

I was a lucky boy and got a new camera bag for my birthday.  Since getting my first piece of Think Tank equipment, I have been taken by how well their products are designed.  I have had (and continue to have) many camera bags and usually they come with some shortcoming or other that leaves me still searching for the right product.  My first Think Tank bag has never left me feeling that.

This time I was after a smaller bag that would be good around town.  The one I wanted is also designed to be inconspicuous since it doesn’t look like a camera bag at all.  It is called the Retrospective 30.  This is a great looking bag on its own.  The fact it is well designed as a camera bag too is a bonus.  Some nice little features include Velcro closures that can be doubled over to make the flap silent in use (obviously without being secured in the same way) if you are keen to be inconspicuous when accessing the bag.

It can carry a surprisingly large amount.  On its first trip out I ended up with as much in it as I sometimes get in a Computrekker backpack from Lowepro.  I had two bodies and three lenses plus some straps and a spare card holder and it did fine.  One thing to note, though.  It is a sturdy shoulder strap that carries all this and putting all that weight on one shoulder can be a bit tiring after a while.  The bag is fine – I’m more of a wimp!

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One Response to Camera Bag Review

  1. Rich says:

    Nice bag – you’re a very lucky guy!

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