Belt pouch for DSLR flashes with attached diffuser. Extra pockets for AA batteries.
- Holds large flash with attached diffuser
- Side pockets fit a total of 8 AA batteries
- Attaches to any Think Tank belt or beltpack (sold separately)
- Front stretch pocket for dead batteries
- Pouch rotates or locks on a belt
- Grab handle for quick carry
- Rain cover included in the bottom pocket can be put on with one hand
What Fits +
- SB-910, 600 EX II-RT or similar DSLR flash with attached diffuser
- 8 AA batteries
3.5” W x 9.4” H x 2.8” D (9.5 x 24 x 7 cm)
4.9” W x 10.2” H x 3.1” D (12.5 x 26 x 8 cm)
0.4 lbs (0.2 kg)
- Durable water-repellant (DWR) coating
- Polyurethane coating
- 600D polyester
- 300D diamond weave polyester
- Ultra Stretch front pockets
- High-density shock cord
- Nylon webbing
- Rubberized laminate
- 3-ply bonded nylon thread
- 200D polyester
- 2x polyurethane coated nylon 190T seam-sealed rain cover
- Closed-cell foam
- 3-ply bonded nylon thread
This is another great accessory from Think Tank. Built like, well, a tank, it's a bit on the large side for my Canon 430 EX II flash (even with the Omni-Bounce attached), but no worries. That gave me room for flash extension cables, etc, in the bottom of the pouch. It's especially handy if you're a landscape photographer like me, and don't want a flash you rarely use to take up space in your bag.
Well thought out and fits nicely on my Retrospective 30 V2 bag.
The AD200 with fresnel head is too big to fit most (all) flash cases, so carrying it safely is somewhat challenging. I've gone through several iterations on carrying one or more of these flashes. The FlashMob 3.0 can hold the AD200 with Fresnel head attached, so it works when I just want to carry one flash with me. The outer pocket can hold the battery (although it is oddly shaped at that point). The only thing I don't have a carrier for at this point is the trigger.
The AD200 with fresnel head is too big to fit most (all?) flash cases, so carrying it safely is somewhat challenging. I've gone through several iterations on carrying one or more of these flashes. The FlashMob 3.0 can hold the AD200 with Fresnel head attached, so it works when I just want to carry one flash with me. The outer pocket can hold the battery (although it is oddly shaped at that point). The only thing I don't have a carrier for at this point is the trigger.
Originally, I purchased the Pro belt with the Lens Changer 75 and flash case. However, the Lens Changer was too big for my Sony 70-300 mm lens, so exchanged it for the Lens Changer 35 which works perfectly. Also, the Flash case was much larger than my flash and I was able to adapt my original flash case to work. The products are well made and look quite durable. I do love this system and will be using it a lot…..soon.
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.
If you are not completely satisfied with our product, you can return it unused within 30-days for a full refund less shipping costs. Refunds will not be issued until the product is received and inspected to insure that it contains all the parts and is clean and unused. Note that we do not pay for shipping to have you return it to us.