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Compact component bag perfect for a point & shoot camera such as the P7000 or G12 (without neck-strap). Also ideal for carrying a cell phone, spare batteries or other small accessories. 

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  • Rotate or lock components on the belt
  • Durable stretch pocket for lens caps
  • Zippered pocket on bottom holds included rain cover or other small accessory
  • Attaches to any Think Tank Photo belt or belt pack (sold separately)
Gear Profile:
A variety point & shoot cameras, cell phone, accessories
Technical Specifications:  
  • Internal Dimensions: 3.5" W x 5.5" H x 2.0" D (8.9 x 14 x 5.1 cm)
  • External Dimensions: 3.7" W x 5.6" H x 2.5" D (9.4 x 14.2 x 6.4 cm)
  • Weight: 0.2 lbs (0.1 kg)


    Exterior: For superior water-resistance, all exterior fabric has a durable water-repellant (DWR) coating, plus the underside of the fabric has a polyurethane coating. It also has YKK® RC Fuse (abrasion resistant) zippers, 600D polyester, high-density 420D nylon, Ultra Stretch front pockets, nylon webbing, and 3-ply bonded nylon thread

    Interior: 210D silver-toned nylon, 2x polyurethane coated nylon 210T seam-sealed taffeta rain cover, closed cell foam, and 3-ply bonded nylon thread.

    No Rhetoric Warranty on all Think Tank products
    Feature #1 Accommodates most point and shoot cameras including Canon G12 & Nikon P7000 with the neck strap removed.
    Feature #8 Every modular component can be locked on a belt to keep bag in place on any of our camera belts.
    Feature #3 Components can "Rotate or Lock" on the belt. To rotate, place the white plastic tang behind the belt while attaching the component. Rotating the component prevents the weight of the equipment from creating a pressure point on the hip by being stationary for an extended time. Also, moving the component to a different place on the belt allows a photographer to assume a different position such as kneeling, bracing against a wall, or lying prone without damaging gear. If locking the component in position is preferred, slide the plastic tang down into the fabric loop on the belt or rail while attaching the component. This prevents the component from sliding along the belt.
    Feature #6 Smooth back finish on each modular component.
    Every modular component has a rain cover included in the bottom zippered pocket.
    Attaches to all Think Tank Photo belts and belt packs.

    Overall Product Rating:     

    I have the Little Stuff It predecessor, the Modular Pouch, and I love it. I currently use it hold my Olympus XZ-1, but I've used it alternately as an accessory pouch with my other ThinkTank elements and my Domke bags. It's incredibly versatile and can be attached to other bags and belts quite easily. I'm sure the Little Stuff It has the same great qualities.

    This is the ideal Nikon P7000 or P7100 camera bag. You need to change the neck strap from the gaudy strap that comes with the camera. to a Nikon Strap “AN-4B” it fits perfectly in a “Little Stuff it” bag

    Didn't think that you would be able to do better than my original Modular Pouch, but you did. This new Think Tank Little Stuff It holds my Nikon P7100 perfectly, along with a couple of memory cards, BlackBerry battery, etc. It fits on the strap of my Retrospective 10 bag in seconds when I want to consolidate my gear and carry the smaller camera with the DSLR. The overall quality is up to Think Tank's already-high standards, right down to the YKK RC Fuse zipper and the rain cover in the bottom zippered pocket (a better location). Looks like it will also fit my new Nikon P7700 when it arrives from what I I can see from the specs. Thanks, Think Tank... you've hit another one out of the ballpark with this one.

    I looked long and hard for a do it all case for my LX3 and when I found the ThinkTank Modular Pouch I knew I hit pay dirt. It is a great hiker's bag for LX series cameras and has survived my LX3 and now protects my LX5. The other day, I was recommending the Modular Pouch to someone here at DPR and found that the Modular Pouch had been replaced. One of the reviews said that it was better than the Modular Pouch so I had to buy one to find out. Little Stuff It! Not crazy about the new name but you know what the bard said about names... The new bag is a tad smaller (because of increased padding) than the Modular Pouch. I'm not nuts about padding in little cases so I don't see this as an improvement. ThinkTank probably thought they were being clever when they put a zippered pouch on the front, but it doesn't quite work. One of the best features of the Modular Pouch is the interior pouch behind the main compartment. I use that to store a spare battery and an extra SD card. That pouch is gone on the Little Stuff It!, replaced by the zippered pocket on the front. The reason the front pocket doesn't work well is because when something's in there (like a shorty USB cable) the resulting bulge in the extra fabric layers makes it tough to get the camera in. On the old bag, the only storage in front is the slip pocket. So, in theory you get more storage with the Little Stuff It! but in practice not so much. The Modular Pouch had a velcro system on the back of the back that allowed it to be carried vertically or horizontally. Very clever! The new bag has that capacity, too, (I think) but I've not figured out how to do it yet. Improvement? Not really. If you're explaining, you're losing... The new bag does have better zipper pulls and a tiny little strap on top that I like. I put a leather boot lace through the lanyard eyelets on my Modular Pouch to pretty much accomplish the same thing. Finally, it doesn't seem like the materials in the new bag will be quite as durable as those of the Modular Pouch, which pretty much looks and works like new after some pretty hard use over the last few years. In the end, I'm glad I tried the new bag but it only makes me appreciate the Modular Pouch even more. I will never understand folks who buy the cheapest bags for their LX series camera. I'd happily pay more for a better bag if someone bothered to make one! P.S. To those of you on the West Coast (like me), the hot ticket is to buy direct from ThinkTank. I paid the same price from them as from all of the big East Coast retailers and had it in two days by Priority Mail. It's nice to do business directly from a California company.

    Just the right size for my Canon EOS M with 22mm lens. It's a skin-tight fit: I had to remove the rain cover completely and store it in my pocket instead. But now, I'm less concern about getting mugged. High quality materials were used and it's very snugged and secured against my hip!

    I am probably grossly underutilizing this product but for me it makes the perfect belt pouch for keeping lens caps and memory card cases handy.

    I got the Modular Pouch as a gift with purchase and it has turned into one of my favorite Think Tank products because of it's incredible versatility. When I saw the Modular Pouch had been replaced by the Little Stuff It, my impression based on the photos was that it lost some of the versatility that made the Modular Pouch so great. After trying out the Little Stuff It, my first impression has been confirmed. Basically, the changes bring the case into alignment with the rest of Think Tank's modular products by adding the waterproof cover and the standard "rotate or lock" hardware (the Modular Pouch only had a Velcro tab that approximated the functionality, but never felt quite as robust) and getting rid of the interior pocket and external Velcro straps that allowed the pouch to be attached to a vertical strap or configured to hold something like a smart phone. Consequently, this new version of the pouch makes a solid addition to a Think Tank belt system, but doesn't work as well as the Modular Pouch as a standalone case or accessory to other bags or straps. So my advice is to go with the Little Stuff It if you plan to use it as part of a Think Tank belt system, but seek out the Modular Pouch (if it's not too late) if your need is for a standalone case or the utmost in versatility.
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    Little Stuff It!

    Product: TT227
    This compact component belt pouch for a point and shoot camera, cell phone or small accessories.
    Customer Rating:
    (7 reviews)
    Quantity: In Stock

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