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Think Tank Photo Retrospective¨ 7 - Pinestone
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- Perfectly suited for standard DSLRs with a pocket for an iPad/11" MacBook Air
- Sound SilencersTM to turn off the front flap hook and loop for silent operation
- Cushioned and padded nonslip shoulder strap for all day comfort
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|Item Dimensions||9.02 x 12.99 x 7.01 inches|
|Item Weight||2.65 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||4.2 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
Although padding is partial, your gear is well protected in the event of a minor knock. The bottom boasts dense closed cell foam padding and rear padding protects your iPad. The front and sides lack foam padding but layers of canvas, pockets and lining are good protection against light knocks and scraps. The bag’s most unprotected area is the top flap: only a single layer of canvas stands between your camera’s LCD and a falling tripod…
The rear padded compartment fits an iPad or 11" MacBook Air. I stowed my iPad there a few times but it stiffened the bag too much. Without the iPad, the bag hugs my body nicely but with the iPad it feels heavy and bounces as I walk. Luckily the iPad also fits in the front pocket so all is well. Side pockets are big enough for smokes, iPhone or plane tickets. You can hook a sidecar pouch or water bottle on the strap hook above the pocket. And, yes, it fits under airline seats.
WATERPROOFING: Think Tank claims the "fabric exterior treated with DWR while fabric underside is coated with PU for superior water resistance." I haven't seriously tested the water resistance but this bag did well as I ran for shelter during a tropical downpour. I was drenched to the skin but my gear was dry. I didn’t deploy the rain cover and would only bother if I was hiking in the rain.Read more ›
The material this thing is made of is remarkable. I think it's something they used to call "cloth". I'm being sarcastic but it is both soft and sturdy. The flap lies flat even with the Velcro completely silenced. (There is a movable flap that covers one side of the Velcro and allows you to adjust how tightly the cover is secured and how much noise it makes when you open it.) The strap, while not overly wide, is very well padded. I've carried the bag fully loaded for hours without it feeling uncomfortable.
The laptop pocket is nicely padded and can easily accommodate a tablet, netbook, or notebook computer. Once I even had to carry a tablet and netbook at the same time.
There are straps at either narrow end of the bag that work nicely with Think Tank accessories such as the Think Tank Lens Changer or any of the pouches that come with the Modular Component Set.Read more ›
So far it's sizing up to be my perfect daily messenger bag to and from work as well as a very comfortable and spacious vacation/ travel bag.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great! It looks small
Canon 5D III w 27-70
70-200 mm 2.8 vr II,
can put into this small bag
This is a real keeper, I usually bring my Think Tank Streetwalker with me when shooting but I wanted to have a smaller shoulder bag that would have an extra lens, my D700 grip,... Read morePublished 23 days ago by Garrett Beatty
I'd give this product 100 pluses
Don't even get me started on the Pros.
But there still is 1 single con: it's heavy. Read more
Disappointed that with all the features they got right, ThinkTank Retrospective bags do not offer expandable side pockets that can hold even a small water bottle. Read morePublished 2 months ago by David J.
The Retro 7 is everything I hoped it would be and more. It comfortably fits my Canon with 24-70mm attached and next to it a 70-200mm. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
It is the perfect size for a city camera bag and it does not appear to be so. Therefore, I can bring a camera without looking like a tourist to my home city.Published 4 months ago by John A. Predmore
Travelled with this bag to Guatemala, Turkey and Paris. Looks the same as the day I bought it. Fit nicely under the seat while flying. Read morePublished 6 months ago by S.Kicman
Quite possibly the best all around camera bag I own. Superb quality and thoughtful design. High praise from a working pro with 30 years experience. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Imagica, LLC Perry Johnson