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Mirrorless Movers are designed to fit today's mirrorless cameras. The Mirrorless Mover 30i is the largest bag in the collection and includes a dedicated pocket for a 10” tablet. It will fit a large or medium mirrorless body with 2–4 lenses and a few accessories, or a small DSLR with 1–3 telephoto lenses and 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, and YKK® RC Fuse zippers making this a superior product and a great value.

Key Features

  • Dedicated pocket for an iPad ® or 10” tablet
  • Adjustable dividers provide a customizable fit for your mirrorless system and gear combination
  • Removable shoulder strap includes a nonslip pad for added comfort

Gear Profile

Fits 1 medium or 1 large mirrorless body plus 2-4 lenses, an iPad® and additional accessories OR 1 small DSLR + 1-3 telephoto lenses or primes.

Examples:

  • Sony A7 w/ 55mm f/1.8 ZA attached (hood reversed) + 2470mm f/4 ZA (hood in position) + 35mm f/2.8 ZA (hood in position)
  • Fuji X-Pro1 w/ 18-55mm f/2.84 attached (hood reversed) + 14mm f/2.8 (hood in position) + 60mm f/2.8 (hood in position)
  • Canon Rebel T5i w/ 24105 f/4 attached (hood reversed) + 70300mm f/45.6 (hood reversed)

Specifications

• Interior Dimensions: 10.6” W x 8” H x 3.9” D (27 x 20.5 x 10 cm)
• Exterior Dimensions:: 11” W x 8.9” H x 5.7” D (28 x 22.5 x 14.5 cm)
• Smart Phone Slot: 2.8” W x 5” H x 0.6” D (7 x 12.7 x 1.6 cm)
• iPad pocket: 9.8”W x 8.1”H x 0.9” D (25 x 20.5 x 2.3 cm)
• Weight with all accessories: 1.0 lbs (0.5 kg)


Materials

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 also has YKK® RC 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, and 3-ply bonded nylon thread.

No Rhetoric Warranty on all Think Tank products

Features:
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.
The Think Tank Photo Shoulder Harness V2.0 (sold separately) converts the Mirrorless Mover 30i into a backpack.
9 Poly Ballistic fabric ensures durability and protection from the elements.
10 Seam-sealed rain cover included.

Overall Product Rating:     

I have a few Think Tank bags - all truly great. But I really think this is a very average bag - one that you could buy unbranded from a discount store. Design wise it's ok. The Nylon used on the front flap is great quality - the black nylon on the rest of the bag looks like any other cheap bag, gets dirty quickly, and feels horrid to the touch - they should have used the front flap material the whole way through. The shoulder pad and stap - which keeps twisting around are unsubstantial, as is the padding on the base. The design is reasonably intelligent. Overall, the whole design just feels unsubstantial and not special like I'm accustomed to from Think Tank. This bag is more like the dime a dozen cheaper Lowepro bags one finds and it just lacks a quality feel. Even some of the stitching in the edges is not that well done. So very disappointed! Not stand out quality at all!

I have been using Think Tank to carry my DSLR gear for years and have always been impressed with the quality and most importantly, the way stuff fits. I just got my first Mirrorless System (Fuji X Pro) and this bag is near perfect bag for me. I would give it 5 stars but I have no need to carry an iPad. I use the iPad slot for my notebook (old school, I know)

Perfect bag for me! Lightweight, well built, lots of extra pockets and room for my iPad

I was looking for a shoulder bag for my M4/3 kit and found this bag at my local photo store. My search is over. I was able to pack the following: my Pany G5 (equipped with Slingstrap Pro) with my 14-45 Pany lens with hood attached and 6 other lenses (Pany 14 f2.5, 45-150, 100-300, Oly 9-18 and 60 Macro, and Roki 7.5 fisheye). All had hoods except the 14 and the 7.5. It also held my ThinkTank sdCard pouch, my 50mm filter pouch, charger, and extra battery. To be honest it was a little tight with everything loaded and with everything in, I had to attach the 14-45 to the camera to get everything to fit. . However, with the bag over my left shoulder, and the G5 slung over my right shoulder, I have easy access to everything and am able to carry it all effortlessly for the entire day. The bag is well made and I would highly recommend it to any one looking for a M 4/3 kit bag.

Fits my set-up (two Nex-7's, one with the 55-200+hood, the other with the 18-55 or 10-18, the other lens stowed beneath it) very well, very good access. The Ipad goes in as well if there is no backpack to stow it in. I mostly carry it back forward, attached to the backpack thru TT straps

The Mirrorless Mover 30i is fairly priced, but it has some design flaws. I use it to carry an X-E1 w/ 18mm + lens hood attached, the 18-55mm zoom + hood, 2 filters & front & rear caps for each lens, body cap, spare battery & charger, SD cards, large Giotto RocketAir, Nikon LensPen & I have room left over in the side pockets & iPad slot. I got this because an Army surplus canvas bag that I have used since the 1970s to haul around Leicas & Nikons finally wore out, so I have no idea if this would be considered a "stylish" bag. --While researching this purchase I was amazed to see how many people were gushing about how good their camera bags looked. This one stores as much as I would want to carry, seems like it will keep out dust & weather (unlike some more "stylish" bags, the top on this zips closed) & it seems well-made. So what's not to like? The flap that covers the front pocket would offer more useful protection if it extended from the back of the bag across the top zipper rather than starting in the center of the top. --The strap, as another reviewer points out, is not substantial. It is also too short for a 6' tall person to carry across the shoulders --the padded part can't move far enough without getting stuck on the strap length adjuster. --I haven't tried the rain-cover in rain; I see how it's supposed to work, but it doesn't look as if it would work too well if you were carrying the bag over your shoulder in the rain. These flaws aside, I think this will work for me. Also, the people at Think Tank are very pleasant & easy to work with.

I have the MM20 which is too small for the purpose so bought the 30. It arrived today and is different from the 20. On the 20 the front flap provides a means of closing the top without having to zip up whereas the 30 the flap serves no useful purpose at all., It covers the front pocket but the opening is the other way round so can only be closed with the zip. A Total failure of design, or has mine been put together the wrong way round? Either way a big disappointment!

I too just bought a MM30i to go along with my MM20. So disappointed when I saw that the MM30i is a different design from the MM20. I was expecting the flap opening to be same as the MM20, which i found very convenient. The MM30i flap appears to be a cosmetic feature to make it look the same as the MM20. In the future, I will check at store before buying online. TT fooled me this time.

I have the i10 & i20 bags and find them well made and useful. This i30 while the usual TT quality has a design problem. The description states that the flap will give access to the equipment. The flap only covers a side pocket so is basically cosmetic. Access to the equipment requires un zipping a compartment that open from the back of the bag. Clumsy and inefficient. I have a Retrospective bag that is the usual TT excellent quality.

Just a note to all who are dissatisfied with this bag.Remember the no quibble return!!
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Mirrorless Mover® 30i (Black/Char)

Product: TT664
The Mirrorless Mover 30i fits a large or medium mirrorless body with 2–4 lenses + accessories or a small DSLR with 1–3 telephoto lenses + accessories.
Customer Rating:
(10 reviews)
$69.75
Quantity: In Stock

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