Water Bottle Pocket
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Chez Think Tank, nous concevons nos produits pour les impacts quotidiens des voyages et les demandes des professionnels en activité sur de longues périodes. Nous fabriquons bon nombre de nos produits avec des pièces remplaçables par l'utilisateur pour que votre sac fonctionne pendant des années.
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Worth the investment
This backpack was well worth the investment. My biggest complaint with most backcountry-style backpacks is that you have to take them off, or at least swing them to one arm, in order to access your gear. This backpack enables me to bring the gear that I want, and actually USE IT. Shot would look better with a different lens? 20, maybe 30 second swap.
Incredible On The Fly Bag
This bag is incredible for the on the fly photographer. Durable material, keeps your gear dry, especially with the rain cover. The Rotation compartment is a game changer for me. As a ski/outdoors photographer/videographer, this feature allows me to stay on the go and get access my essential gear quickly and efficiently without stopping. The magnetic closure on the Rotation compartment is also clutch if I want to continue to move around with this compartment in front of you like a ***** pack. Small pockets inside the Rotation compartment are also nice for extra items such as filters, batteries and lens caps. Water bottle side pouch is really clutch too. The back access panel is good for quick access to other gear, and still plenty of room in the top of the pack for other personal gear, such as extra clothes/snacks/etc. Solid pack, 10/10 would recommend for fast paced photo/video creators. -I@n
Great backcountry camera and gear hauler
I have several Think Tank bags because they are well thought out and engineered. The Rotation 50L is a real backpack for the adventurous photographer..pro or amateur. Load stability is on par with any "real" backpacks out there (Dana Designs/ Mystery Ranch owner here). The rotation design is very innovative and does fix the classic problem of "shot hesitation" due to the work involved with unloading the more traditional designs out there. Camera accessibility and gear hauling! What a concept.
Well thought out and executed!
I have several Think Tank bags because they are well thought out and engineered. The Rotation 50L is a real backpack for the adventurous photographer. Load stability is on par with any "real" backpacks out there (Dana Designs/ Mystery Ranch owner here). The rotation design is very innovative and does fix the classic problem of "shot hesitation" due to the work involved with unloading the more traditional designs out there. Camera accessibility and gear hauling! What a concept.
Excellent pack for the traveling professional
After using the 50L as my primary camera pack for 6 days in the mountains of Montana, I am extremely pleased with the functionality of the pack and it's ability to comfortably carry 20+ pounds of gear all day while hiking. I had a Sony A7S3 with a 24-105 f4 lens in the waist pack and a 5DM4 with a 100-400 in the stash pro on my back. Filters and what not also in the stash pro. Tripod on the side, water bladder in the designated side pocket, and a ton of extra things/snacks stashed all around the pack. Plenty of pockets but I recommend getting the stash pro if you can. It's really adds to the packs organization. I will admit I was skeptical to how the waist pack would feel and work, but it did not twist my shirt or pants which was my main concern. It swings around easily but be careful with your right shoulder. I was a little over eager and tried to bring the waist pack around without loosening the waist belt and felt a pull in my shoulder, but that's user error. The stitching looks to be high quality as does the rip stop material. I previously worked for a backpack company and I felt confident this pack was constructed well. It should last many years in the field. I'm sure there are more positive things to say, but I'll end it with this... Run and gun photographers will likely feel the same as I do should they choose to use this pack.