IN THE BOX
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WHAT FITS IN THIS BAG?
Two Shooters, 80 Pounds of Gear, and We're Simply Amazed by These Bags
This is an unsolicited, non-compensated review. It is just an honest look at our recent experience in traveling to shoot the Rolex 24 Hours at Daytona, and all the practices and support races. Four full days of shooting, longest stretch was 32 hours without sleep, and about 40K frames, but that a different story. We had two shooters with 80 pounds of gear, in four bags, all carry-on, and it would not have been possible without our Airport Security V3.0 and Retrospective 20 V2.0 Shoulder Bags. These bags are amazing, and the amount of gear they hold is incredible. They made it actually easy to safely transport all the gear we needed, and they did it comfortably and efficiently. We simply cannot say enough about how impressed we were with this bag combo, and highly recommend it if you have to transport a lot of gear, and you don’t want to chance – like we didn’t – the baggage handlers with our valuable gear. Packing for an event like this is a balancing act between what you could need and what stays at the studio, always hoping you made the right decisions so as not to go “damn, we should of brought” at 3AM in the morning and you’re doing long-exposure light trail shots or other widely varying composures, but this gear list had us covered for what we needed, and we did use all of it at point. Nikon D5 Camera Body - 2 Nikon D610 Camera Body - 2 Nikon Z 6II Camera Body - 2 AF-S NIKKOR 14-24mm F/2.8 - 1 AF-S NIKKOR 24-70mm F/2.8 - 2 AF-S NIKKOR 70-200mm F/2.8 - 2 AF-S NIKKOR 200-500mm f/5.6 - 1 AF-S NIKKOR 24mm F/1.4 - 1 AF-S NIKKOR 35mm F/1.4 - 1 AF-S NIKKOR 400mm F/2.8 - 1 NIKKOR Z 24-70mm F/2.8 - 2 NIKKOR Z 70-200mm F/2.8 - 2 Nikon SB700 Speedlights - 2 Spare Batteries - 12 Battery Chargers - 4 Spare Storage Cards - 12 Storage Card Readers - 4 Portable Hard Drives - 2 Lens Filters Lens Cleaning Kits Camera Slings Camera & Lens Rain Covers Power Blocks Assorted Cables
Think tank shoulder bag
Love the new Retrospective 20 V2 bag - holds my Olympus EM1 Mk III with attacked 100-400mm, plus 40-150 f2.8 and 12-40 f 2.8, with room for flash, teleconverters! Much easier to carry and access than my prior backpack style bag! And very easy to travel with it! Quality is unmatched.
Around Laguna Seca and Sears Point
Overall excellent. I shoot a z7ll Nikon with a 100/400 or a 70/200 lens around these two tracks. I also carry a 1.4 and a 2.0 TC for more adaptive lens use. For inside the paddock I carry a 1.8 50 and a 1.8 85 all Nikon Mirrorless lenses. This bag allows me to easily access the lenses or carry the body attached to the 70/200 or 100/400 in the bag. Simplifies the climbing or descending the hills. I also often have an ice tea container in the outside pocket. I attach an aluminum hook so i can hang the bag off the fence at waist level. Better then on the dirt/mud/dust ground.
Love the Retrospective 20
Bag is great! Well thought out to fit a camera body with a 70-200 f2.8 lens attached, as well as the extra lenses and laptop. I love the traditional canvas cloth exterior.
Retrospective 20 V2.0 Camera Bag
Excellent bag. I use it to carry my gripped D800 with a Sigma 100-400 attached with the hood in shooting position. 2 more lenses will fit either side. My 13” MacBook Air fits in the laptop pocket. I like that it is nondescript as a camera bag. I generally use it with only one attached lens to keep the overall weight down while walking about. I also like that I can squash it in my travel suitcase when its empty if the dividers are detached.