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The Digital Holster 30 V2.0 is designed for regular size DSLRs such as the Canon 5D Mark III, 7D, 6D, and 60D or Nikon D800 (snug fit), D600. D300s, and D7000. This is the only top loading bag for a DSLR that can carry a 70-200mm f/2.8 with the lens hood either reversed or in position, ready to shoot. An industry first!


  • “Pop Down” increases bag height for keeping the lens hood in shooting position
  • Lens hood can remain attached, REVERSED or IN POSITION
  • Side attachment rail for connecting a small Modular, Skin, or Multimedia component to holster
  • Attaches to all Think Tank belts and Think Tank bags with Modular Rails
  • Compatible Lenses—Pop-Down Retracted: 24–70mm f/2.8 with hood EXTENDED (Canon or Nikon); 70–200mm f/2.8 with hood REVERSED (Canon or Nikon); 300mm f/4 with the hood REVERSED (Canon or Nikon; 80
    400mm f/4 AF-S/G with hood REVERSED (Nikon)
  • Compatible Lenses
    Pop-Down Extended: 70–200mm f/2.8 with hood EXTENDED (Canon or Nikon); 300mm f/4 with the hood EXTENDED (Canon or Nikon; 80–400mm f/4 AF-S/G with hood EXTENDED (Nikon)
  • Interior Dimensions: 7.25” W x 5” H x 11.25–14.25” D (18.4 x 12.7 x 28.6–36.2 cm)
  • Exterior Dimensions: 8” W x 5.5” H x 13–16” D (20.3 x 14 x 33–40.6 cm)
  • Weight: 1.2 lbs (0.6 kg)


Exterior: For superior water-resistance, all exterior fabric has a durable water-repellent (DWR) coating, plus the underside of the fabric has a polyurethane coating. It's also constructed with YKK® RC Fuse (abrasion resistant) zippers, 600D polyester, 420D high-density nylon, Ultra-Stretch front pocket, and 3-ply bonded nylon thread.
Interior: 210D silver-toned nylon, high-density extruded nylon, polyurethane-backed Velex liner, 2x polyurethane-coated nylon 210T seam-sealed rain cover, high-density closed cell foam, and 3-ply bonded nylon thread.
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1 Form fitting to a regular size DSLR with a 70-200 f2.8 lens attached, with or without lens hood in shooting position
2 Extending the “Pop Down” allows the lens hood of a 70-200 f2.8 to be kept in shooting position.  Retracting the Pop Down on the Digital Holster 30 V2.0 fits a regular size DSLR with a 70-200 f2.8 (hood reversed) attached or a regular size DSLR with 24-70 f2.8 (hood in shooting position).
3 Fits most tripod plates and L-brackets while attached to camera
4 Integrated side attachment system for connecting a Modular, Skin or Multimedia component to holster (Digital Holster 20 V2.0 pictured with Lightning Fast component attached)
5 Stretchable front pocket for small accessories
6 Holster lid opens forward, away from the body, for fast and easy access to the camera
13 Small accessory pocket underneath lid
9 Removable soft divider protects camera LCD screen from camera strap hardware
10 Non-slip shoulder strap included
7 All Digital Holster bags can “Rotate or Lock” on Pro Speed Belt, Thin Skin Belt, Steroid Speed Belt, or other Think Tank bag with a Modular Rail
8 Smooth fabric on belt attachment for minimal friction
11 Convenient carrying handle
12 Business card pocket underneath carrying handle for a small stack of business cards
14 Seam-sealed rain cover included and stored in outer side pocket

Overall Product Rating:     

This bag just works for me. I've been looking for a "top loading" camera bag for a while and I saw this during my trip to Singapore. I immediately fell in love with it when I tried it out for the first time! It carries my Canon 20D with a EF 28-135mm with hood attached as well as an EF 50mm using the padded divider at the bottom. With the pop-down zipper undone, I've also been able to fit in a 580EX (folded). This bag simply works like a charm.


Nice fit of my Nikon D600 with 80-200mm af-s with tripod collar ( swinged collar mount base to left of camera). Very solid material, I am very pleased.

I use this bag as protection for my 7D and 100-400. It frequently goes along in the kayak protecting from bumps and splashes, but with camera always ready!

I received the 30V2.0 as a gift from well-meaning family members two years ago, unaware that I use a battery grip on that camera. My Nikon D700 fits into it (very snugly), but only with grip removed which poses a risk to the pins. Just finished ordering the 50 model so grip can remain on the camera. I hike and climb extensively in the Rockies clipping the holster to belt or harness works very well. The extend feature and water resistant feature are great and the bag is very well constructed.

My complaint is that ThinkTank should provide dimensions for these products. I went by other reviews, whether a D800 would fit or not. With the extension out. I can fit a 70-200 at the bottom of the holster and still have room for the D800 with a 18-25 on top (both with hoods inverted). The Velcro dividers are easily put where you need them for added protection. With all of the pockets provided for filters and accessories, this could become a one-camera day bag (with two zoom lenses). If the top zippered opening is any smaller on the other holsters, the D800 wouldn't fit. I have a quick release plate on the bottom and it just fits. I've read that others take off their camera strap, but it's the only way I have of pulling it out - It's tight. I love the construction and ease of use. It's certainly a lot of bag to be hanging on my belt. Although it comes with a shoulder strap, it defeats my purpose of holding a second camera and 'stuff'. I wanted it out of the way, yet close by and also protected. I love it so far and would recommend it.

Prior to purchasing a Digital Holster™ 30 V2.0, I contacted Think Tank inquiring about it fitting my Nikon D600 and AF-S NIKKOR 80-400mm f/4.5-5.6G ED VR lens. Their response was prompt and accurate. The Digital Holster™ 30 V2.0 fits said body and lens combination with the hood installed in either position and the tripod collar rotated to 3:00/9:00 clock like a glove. Moreover, the materials and build quality are outstanding. If you want a compact bag to protect your camera and lens combination, Think Tank has to be at the top of your list.

Bought the bag to carry a Nikon D7000 with 70-200 2.8 VR II lens. With L-bracket on camera and tripod foot on lens the fit was way too tight - until I moved the rain cover from the side pocket to the bottom of the bag. Viola! A perfect fit! This is a very functional and well made bag that does exactly what it was designed to do.

I got the 30 v.2 and the pro speed belt new as a replacement for my crumpler top muffin 7500 for city trips. After using this bag for a half a day, I can say, never again, the bag should hold a Canon 7D with or with out a tripod plate( plate is only 8mm thick) with the ef-s 17-55 F/2.8 hood attached extended . Now it fits, but you have to push the body and lens in the bag with some force and when you want take out the camera, I have to use my 2 hands to get it out the bag , or, I have to take it with one hand, with my thumb behind the tripod plate and my other fingers behind the dial wheel and the bulb above the viewfinder, and always with some light force, because it sits to firmly in the bag and so this always take a while before I have the 7D ready to shoo. This bag is not easy in use, also every time I got the 7d + 17-55 out of the bag , the lens was barrel was extended too the 55mm end of the zoom, so it's also to small at the bottom to hold the 17-55 with hood, with out the hood, the lens fits very nice, with hood not. So the bag is to small at the bottom for a lens like a 17-55 with hood attached reversed or not, the 7D with or with out a tripod plate fits, but very snugly , but it is a pain to get it out of the bag and in the bag. The belt already have some marks on it from the bag that you can slide on it. Also you need a strap for holding the belt up, why? When you have no behinds and no hips, you can fix the belt very close , but the belt keep gliding of the hips, hey I don't have the hips of a woman, a strap is what you need to keep up the belt, but this makes it again difficult, because I bought the belt and holster for replacing a shoulder bag. Now on the other side, the material of the bag is from very good quality , Velcro on it is very good, zippers are one of the best and the stitching is from high quality. But for me, the belt lie now in my car after a half day of using, and I am back to my old heavy Crumpler bag , Because the Think Tank bag and belt is used by me , I can't bring it back to the store any more , so I have to sell it, for less money , then the almost 130 euro I paid for it ,which cost me money. I would like to love the bag and belt and the brand , but with this experience it's hard too.

10 months of use and I'm very happy with it. A call to ThinkTank support to see which size would fit my D600 with a 24-85mm and 70-300 mm F3.5 lenses. The tech rep got a D600 and tried it right there; I bought it (the 30) along with a Lens Changer 25 which I attached to the side of the holster. The two work perfectly together. I can carry both lenses, the shoulder strap works great and, using a web belt in some tactical/cargo pocket pants, I can carry it on my waist. That's not very often, the shoulder strap is much more comfortable but I'm now thinking about the ThinkTank pro belts. The outside web pocket is perfect for the lens cap, and it's easy to adjust the interior size for the lens by moving a velcro tab. A small zipper pocket holds lens cleaners. It's easy to yank the camera out, and keeping the zipper side on the inside keeps it more secure as well as the camera close to the body when comes out. This is my standard carry now. It's an easy pitch into and pull from the back or passenger seat, stuffs neatly under seats too. I don't carry extra batteries or cards. I'm not a pro; more a every third weekend amateur but this fits my need perfectly. I really like both the service and equipment from ThinkTank

I've had my holter 2 weeks and am really impressed. It can squeeze a D750 & 70-200f2.8 Lens snugly. So far very impressed
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Digital Holster™ 30 V2.0

Product: TT871
Carries a regular size DSLR with a 70-200mm f/2.8 attached and its lens hood in position or reversed.
Customer Rating:
(11 reviews)
Quantity: In Stock

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