Think Tank Photo continues to lead the industry with their Q4 product line release. The Urban Access Sling bag series offers an innovative “Slings Both Ways” technology, allowing photographers to carry the pack over either their left or right shoulder. The Retrospective 4 V2.0 shoulder bag delivers a stylish carry solution in a size that’s tailor-made for Rangefinder and Mirrorless camera systems. The Emergency Rain Cover in Large provides unprecedented convenience and protection from inclement weather for super telephoto lenses.
Easy to pack and even easier to access, the Urban Access Sling bag series enables you to get to your gear quickly without taking the pack off. Innovative “Slings Both Ways” functionality allows you to sling the bag over your left or right shoulder, depending on your preference. By simply switching the shoulder strap to either side of the bag, you can adjust the load for greater comfort on long outings. Panels on both sides provide access to your camera gear without having to take the pack off or reposition the dividers. Available in two sizes (8 and 10) in a stylish graphite fabric, the Urban Access Sling is the ultimate, urban sling bag.
- “Slings Both Ways” functionality allows a left or right shoulder position
- Ability to switch shoulders reduces fatigue on long outings
- Tripod attachment on front secures a small tripod
Urban Access 8: One ungripped Mirrorless body with 2–3 lenses and an 8” tablet.
Urban Access 10: One ungripped DSLR or Mirrorless body with 2–5 lenses and a 10” tablet.
“Building on the innovations and style of our Urban Access backpack, we’re proud to launch a sling that offers complete dual-side access,” said Doug Murdoch, Think Tank CEO and Lead Designer. “The ability to quickly reposition the shoulder strap for either right or left side carry is a gamechanger and puts this sling into a whole new category.”
The latest edition to Think Tank Photo’s Retrospective V2.0 shoulder bag series, the Retrospective 4 V2.0, is sized for Rangefinder and Mirrorless camera systems such as Leica, Sony and Fuji. The bag also fits standard DSLR bodies like the Canon 5D and Nikon D750. With its classic canvas look, this soft, form-fitting bag offers the essential Retrospective V2.0 features, including sound silencers, padded shoulder strap, customizable dividers (with smartphone pocket) and metal hardware. Travel and street photographers will appreciate the Retrospective 4 for its compact size, discreet look and undisputed Think Tank quality.
- Soft and form-fitting with minimalist outer appearance
- DWR treated 100% cotton canvas exterior with metal hardware
- Hook-and-loop “Sound Silencers” offer discretion when needed
- Standard DSLR body
- Mirrorless System
- 24–70mm f/2.8 detached
“The Retrospective V2.0 shoulder bag series has always been one of our most popular lines,” said Doug Murdoch, Think Tank CEO and Lead Designer. “Now with the Retrospective 4 V2.0, we deliver all of the style and uncompromising quality of the larger bags in the line, but in a smaller size that’s ideal for mirrorless and rangefinder users.”
Protect your expensive super telephoto lenses from foul weather with a Large Emergency Rain Cover from Think Tank Photo. This seam-sealed rain cover protects your camera and lens even in a heavy downpour, dust or snowstorm. A zippered bottom opens up for a tripod or monopod attachment, or for better access to the focus ring. Photographers can cinch up the cover for a tight fit, loosen like a tarp, or roll it up on the lens hood so it’s at the ready in any kind of weather. The Emergency Rain cover fits neatly in your kit and can deploy quickly when outdoor conditions change.
- Seam-sealed for extreme protection in downpour or dusty conditions
- Compresses into a compact carrying pouch (included)
- Oversized window to view your LCD and controls
- Gripped or ungripped camera bodies
- 150–600mm f/5.6–6.3
- 200–500mm f/5.6
- 200–400mm f/4
- 400mm f/2.8
- 500mm f/4
- 600mm f/4
“Having a Large Emergency Rain Cover in your kit can mean the difference between getting your shot and having to pack up and go home when the weather turns bad,” said Doug Murdoch, Think Tank CEO and Lead Designer. “This lightweight, weather-proof cover protects your long glass and will keep you shooting with confidence, regardless of the conditions outside.”