Zoom In

Mirrorless Movers are designed to fit today's mirrorless cameras. The Mirrorless Mover 10 is compact yet spacious enough to fit a medium mirrorless body, 1–2, lenses and a few accessories.

As a standout in its class, the Mirrorless Mover collection is made with only premium-quality materials and the outstanding craftsmanship that Think Tank is known for. These bags feature metal hardware, high-quality fabrics, YKK® RC Fuse zippers and a magnetic closure making this a superior product and a great value.

Key Features

• Designed specifically for mirrorless equipment 
• High-quality YKK® RC Fuse zippers and metal hardware
• Adjustable dividers provide a customizable fit to your specific gear combination

Gear Profile
The MM10 fits one medium size mirrorless body plus 1-2 lenses and additional accessories


  • Sony a7 w/ 35mm f/2.8 (hood reversed)
  • Sony a6000 w/ 16–50mm kit lens attached
  • Fuji X-E2 w/ 1855mm f/2.84 attached (hood reversed)
  • Olympus OM-D E-M5 w/ 17mm f/2.8 pancake attached + 12--40mm f/3.56.3 (no hoods attached)


• Interior Dimensions: 4.9” W x 5.3” H x 3.7” D (12.5 x 13.5 x 9.5 cm)
• Exterior Dimensions: 5.3” W x 6.1” H x 4.5” D (13.5 x 15.5 x 11.5 cm)
• Smart Phone Slot: 2.8” W x 4.8” H x 0.6” D (7 x 12.3 x 1.6 cm)
• Weight with all accessories: 0.55 lbs (0.3 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 zippers, 1680D ballistic polyester, 600D brushed polyester, ultra-stretch pocket, antique nickel-plated metal hardware, and 3-ply bonded nylon thread.

Interior: removable closed cell foam dividers, 200D polyester, polyurethane-backed nylex liner, 2x polyurethane-coated nylon 210T seam-sealed rain cover, 3-ply bonded nylon thread. 

No Rhetoric Warranty on all Think Tank products






1 Flip-Top lid with magnetic closure provides quick access to gear.
2 Removable shoulder strap easily converts the bag to a belt pack or hand bag.
3 Rear pass-through slot allows you to wear the Mirrorless Mover on your own pant belt or on a Think Tank Photo Pro Speed or Thin Skin belt.
4 Easily accessible front zippered pocket for accessories.
5 Stretchable and gusseted side pockets for accessories.
6 Internal mesh pocket on the lid for a battery or other compact accessories.
7 Grab handle on the lid.
8 Poly Ballistic fabric ensures durability and protection from the elements.
9 Seam-sealed rain cover included.

Overall Product Rating:     

The most helpful reviews for small camera bags I read are the ones that say what the user managed to fit into the bag. So here goes for the way I use the Mirrorless Mover 10. The biggest body/lens combination I can fit in there is Panasonic G6 (or G5) with the new (f3.5) 14-140 lens. This is in a "lens down" position (like "Digital Holster" for example) which, as discussed later, seems NOT to be a configuration that thinkTANK envisaged. It is a pretty tight fit, but I quite like that, and I should point out I use "Octopus" wrist straps with my MFT cameras, so no bulky neck strap to carefully fold into the tiny space left above the rear of the camera. If I substitute A GX1 body, or one of the longer "standard" lenses (FS14042 or FS14045) then I get enough space above the camera so I can actually use the pocket inside the lid (or maybe room for a neck strap). I don't see any sensible way of fitting a further lens in there, even if I use the short PZ standard lens. I like the quality, I like the fact that the belt slot is large enough for a thinkTANK belt or a wide rucsac belt, I like the outer side pockets (especially the stretchy one), as usual with thinkTANK one gets the impression it's been designed by someone who actually might use it. Except the 'phone pocket, I really don't get that ! if I place my 'phone in a padded pocket inside a padded bag I'll never hear it ring. Maybe to you that's an advantage ;-) Instead of the 'phone pouch I'd prefer a simple divider that is much shorter (about 3 inches). With the camera in the "lens down" position the taller 'phone pouch divider is an obstruction to the camera body. All I want is a short divider to keep a filter and a battery from rattling against the lens. In fact I found one in my oddments drawer, I think it came with my "Digital Holster 10". I can see the magnetic flap keeps it all looking very nicely styled, but I'm notoriousy non-fashion-conscious, so for myself I'd prefer to lose the flap and have the lid hinged at the front. So probably what I really wanted was the introduction of "Digital Holster 5", with lid dimensions just like this, and also unextended (or unextendable) height same as this too. Now I've finished with my complaining I'll admit I like it enough that I immediately ordered a Mirrorless Mover 5, no expectation of placing a camera "lens down" in that

I bought this as a small bag for carrying a basic kit consisting of a Lumix GX1 and 3 primes: 14, 20 and 45. The GX1 with 45 fits nicely sideways on one side and the two pancake primes fit stacked on the other side. For this setup it works perfectly. I can also replace the pancakes with a longer lens such as the 60/2.8 macro or the 45-175 zoom and put the 14-45 zoom on the camera but they are very snug. My only gripe is the shoulder strap could be better with a small pad. I would have given 4.5 stars because of the strap and tight fit on the zooms, but I rarely use the zooms so I went ahead and gave it 5 since it is perfect for my primary prime kit. I previously bought the MM20 and use that as my event setup where I want more lenses, usually the primes plus the zooms and liked it so much I gave the MM10 a try.

Best thing I could find for carrying my panasonic g5w/14-140 mm lens. Better than the lowe pro rezo tlz 10 rectangular bag.

I have a Panasonic fz200. This is the best bag I have seen including anything from Panasonic. Don't look any further. Just order it!

I have a Fuji 100s camera and I believe this is the perfect bag for this type of camera and accessories. Although the Fuji will fit in the Mirrorless mover 5, I have tried it, it is snug. The 10 allows the camera to have the lens hood on, and in addition in the same area you have a moveable pocket divider for a cell phone (which I often use to hold three batteries vertically to keep the contacts from touching and banging against camera) and still room for sunglasses. I wear prescription glasses and need to switch them for serious shooting with prescription sunglasses and it is so convenient to switch them in the case while retrieving camera. The outside and lid pockets hold polarizer and ND filters, a cable release, lens cloth, etc. Exceptionally light, small, well made, removable strap, strap rings will clip on front of a backpack, magnetic front flap/zipper combination is brilliant. Worth every penny.

Bought this hold the following setup: Olympus OM-D M10 Olympus 12-40 f2.8 Pro with hood Olympus ECG1 grip All this fits into the bag as a holster bag and its a really snug fit. The smallest bag I have found to hold this setup. In the front pouch I can carry my phone and some spare memory cards. The build is good so far, and I like the rain cover which is included.

This bag is great. It's really well made and not as bulky as a lot of other CSC bags I looked at. Despite being relatively small it stores a surprising amount of gear. It fits my GX7 with attached 14-140mm lens and filter perfectly in the lens down position. This leaves just enough space to fit a 20mm lens with attached filter too. There is also just enough space left in the top of the bag to fit a wrist strap, as well as plenty of room in the front zipper pocket or side pockets to fit other gear. I have a lens pen, spare battery, lens caps and rain protector in the external pockets, and a spare memory card or 2 in the pocket on the inside of the lid. The main thing I don't like about this bag is the divider, which is too tall and prevents the camera from fitting properly in the position I use. Instead I use a smaller divider I took from a Manfrotto bag. The shoulder strap would also benefit from a pad to make it more comfortable. These are, however, minor issues. Otherwise, the bag is the best I have come across for a CSC kit.

I have the new ridiculously small panasonic gm5 with 12-32mm & 35-100 kit zooms. Additionally I have the 20mm 1.7 pancake. I initially dismissed this bag as being too small though well thought out. I came back to the shop to have a look at another lens and while I was waiting gave the bag a second look. Thinking laterally I turned the divider to create a false floor. I was stunned to find it comfortably now holds the above mentioned camera and 3 lenses PLUS spare battery and the sigma 60mm 2.8 I purchased at the same time. Brilliant!!

I bought this for my Leica V-Lux 4 and WOW! what a great minimalist bag for that camera. I love the small size, tight fit and easy access yet can be zipped closed when moving about. I don't use it for many other accessories, just a battery and a CP filter. So perfect for my needs that now I am going to try an MM20 for my Leica Type 114 since this bag is just an inch too small in width. I am sure that the 20 will garner the same rave review!!!! Great products Think Tank!!

Removing the divider, I was able to pack my Sigma 19 and 60mm lenses at the bottom, and place my Sony A6000 with the Sigma 30mm f2.8 lens attached, all with their hoods reversed and both caps on, and still have room for the attached rain hood, a spare battery and memory card and body cap. Pretty amazing for such a small package.

Does not work for Sony RX1 with EVF attached. Camera and EVF fit perfectly (easy in - easy out). BUT the magnet holding the flap closed is not strong enough for their weight. The flap comes loose and the bag sags open when lifted by the handle. This is a fatal flaw for this camera-bag combination. Too bad because otherwise it would be perfect. Is there a fix possible?

You can make your purchase directly from Think Tank Photo. We ship directly to all U.S. states. When you place your order into the shopping cart and enter your zip code, you will be presented with a variety of shipping methods and their costs. Please select the one that best fits your requirements.

Alternately, you can visit our U.S. retailers. All Think Tank Photo authorized dealers who sell on the internet, sell at our MSRP ( Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price ). Please choose the dealer that you feel will give you the best service.

We have established distribution in many countries worldwide and are prepared to assist you in every way possible so that you can receive your product. To save shipping costs for each of our customers, we recommend to visit our Store Locator page to find the closest International Retailer in your location for your Think Tank Photo purchase.

Mirrorless Mover® 10 (Black/Char)

Product: TT652
The Mirrorless Mover 10 is compact yet spacious enough to fit a medium mirrorless body, 1–2 lenses and a few accessories.
Customer Rating:
(11 reviews)

Become A Friend - Join Our Facebook

The rotation180° professional from MindShift Gear will change the way you shoot! Learn more about MindShift Gear.

© 2015 Think Tank Photo, Inc. All Rights Reserved.  Website Optimization by Blast Advanced Media

 Welcome friend of 
 Click on “Start Shopping” below and you will receive a Think Tank product for free with every order of $50 or more, free shipping, the best pricing, Think Tank’s famous “No Rhetoric” warranty, and  the best customer service in the industry!
Start Shopping
The shopping cart will automatically ask you which free gift you’d like to add to your order.
Rate This Product

Please rate this product from a scale of 1 to 5 stars.