IN THE BOX
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At Think Tank, we build our products for the daily impacts of travel and demands of working professionals over extended periods of time. We build many of our products with user replaceable parts to keep your bag going for years.
WHAT FITS IN THIS BAG?
I have two Olympus Zuiko Pro M4/3 lenses, the 12-100 f4 IS Pro and the 8-25mm f4 Pro which I use for mountain adventure photography. I have struggled to find a modular system to work with my existing mountaineering rucksacks where I can swap one lens for the other safely and without fuss - until I ordered the Lens Changer 15 v3.0 and at last I have a decent solution. I am really pleased with it; it fits either lens (the other lens is on my Olympus M5 which is slung around my neck) snugly enough to keep the external size at a minimum, yet easy to extract the lens and swap it with the other quickly, smoothly and safely. This is a key attribute for me when I am shooting while climbing. The production quality is excellent, as usual, and the drawcord closure plus the pull-out rain cover are important features (for me) and they work really well. This is going to be a very well-used piece of my kit, and it will undoubtedly be subjected to really bad weather and some inevitable knocks and scrapes! But I think it should hold out well enough...
I love the quality and how it will fit a number of different lenses. I love my ThinkTank products!
Add to belt to carry an extra lens, when you don’t want to carry a bag in the field.
Shooting on the go has been made exponentially more convenient with these lens changer pouches. All your equipment is right on your body, making lens switching so easy.
Amazing, convenient lens bag. Excellent quality, as you'd expect from Think Tank. It's very comfortable to wear on my belt and I hardly notice it's there unless there is a super heavy lens in there.