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  • Minimalist outer appearance conceals expensive photo equipment
  • Carries a pro DSLR with standard zoom lens attached
  • Interior Dimensions: 12" W x 9.5" H x 6" D (30.5 x 24 x 15.2 cm)* *Bag softness and flexibility allows expansion to carry a pro DSLR with lens attached, facing down
  • Exterior Dimensions: 13" W x 10.5" H x 7" D (33 x 26.7 x 17.8 cm)
  • Color: Black
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  • Product Dimensions: 19.7 x 11.8 x 7.9 inches ; 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0039ZBEBM
  • Item model number: 430803
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 1, 2008

Product Description

The Retrospective series is made up of two styles: three Retrospective Soft-sided Camera Shoulder Bags and two Retrospective Soft-sided Lens Changer Shoulder Bags. Their soft and supple fabrics conform to the body and feature two color options: Pinestone Cotton Canvas and Black Poly Spun Canvas. And, as with all Think Tank Photo gear, they are filled with innovations for today's professional photographer. There are three models of Retrospective camera shoulder bags-the Retrospective 10, Retrospective 20, Retrospective 30.

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The bag is built very well.
MarkUm
And it's worth noting that Think Tank offers an interesting lifetime guarantee that they call their "No Rhetoric Warranty."
John Williamson
This retrospective 10 is a great, unassuming bag that will get more use from me.
Marc Evans

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By P.K. Frary TOP 500 REVIEWER on February 9, 2013
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Camera bags are my man purse and haven for geek toys. I prefer satchel or bike messenger style bags: easy to squeeze through crowds, stylish but doesn't look like a camera bag. The Retrospective 10 sports a quasi-military appearance and is less flashy than Crumpler or Billingham bags. Black is more stealthy than the other R10 color options (blue and olive). Pair the R10 with a vintage leather jacket, graphic T-shirt and destructed jeans and you'll look like an urban Johnny Appleseed. Few people will suspect you're carrying expensive gear. Although it looks like a blacks ops satchel, the polyester canvas is softer and more flexible than military grade canvas. The fit and finish are excellent inside and out, but the thoughtful details of the interior are telling: nylon lining to reduce lint, 2 installed dividers with ears, pockets galore and end flaps to help prevent rain from flowing into the main compartment.

The heavy duty strap is 2 inches wide and sports a soft and grippy shoulder pad. Compared to nylon seatbelt straps, this strap is about four times thicker. A seatbelt strap is plenty strong enough and would reduce weight. Nevertheless, the beefy strap speaks to the overall toughness of the bag design.

Although padding protection is partial, your gear is reasonably well protected in the event of a knock or fall. The bottom boasts closed cell foam padding to protect during butt drops. The top, front and sides lack padding but layers of canvas, pockets and lining are reasonable protection against light knocks and scraps.

Think Tank claims "fabric exterior treated with DWR while fabric underside is coated with PU for superior water resistance." So no problem for light rain.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By John Williamson TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 8, 2012
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Before I bought this Think Tank Retrospective 10 camera bag here, I thought long and hard about it. Camera bags are highly subjective choices, and in many cases it takes buying a few of them over a period of time to settle on the right one for your individual needs. And sometimes those needs can and do change with the changing camera gear that we use. This time I wanted to take a long-term view and settle on one that would really last for general everyday use.

This is a highly subjective and personal review from one who has gone through a number of bags over the years, and why I like this Retrospective 10 the best, and hope that my experiences can help others looking for that ideal DSLR bag.

Pros:

+ First-rate cushioned shoulder strap; soft and fully adjustable
+ Compact overall size; 13"W x 10˝"H x 7"D, fits easily almost anywhere
+ Discreet outer appearance; doesn't scream "I'm a camera bag, rip me off!"
+ Excellent construction; black 1100D 'polyspun' polyester exterior fabric wears well
+ Seam-sealed rain cover; offers protection against the elements when you need it
+ YKK RC Fuse premium zippers; smooth, open easily, and do not jam
+ Carries full size DSLR with lens; room for extra lenses and additional gear
+ Organizer pocket in main compartment; holds batteries, LensPen, notepads, etc.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By DC on February 18, 2011
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In my personal opinion/experience I've found Think Tank to be the brand to go to for top of the line camera bags. If you've got top of the line expensive equipment why not invest likewise in the bag?

Said that, I will try not to come off in this review as a bias "Think Tank" fan boy. To note, I have tried out other shoulder bags in camera stores and spent hours reading reviews from photographers on the field on their opinions on various camera bags before deciding upon this bag.

Then another headache and hurdle I went through was deciding upon the Pinestone or Black color (which I evidently went with the Black as it was more of a neutral color and could easily go with your various attire plus be used at more formal events).

I believe this is a fantastic bag to carry around short trails, to the beach, and especially around urban settings as a casual bag for travel. If you want something to go on for long hikes I'd probably look into getting a backpack or waistpack, in which this case I use the Think Tank Speed Demon which can be used as a smaller shoulder bag or waist pack when I want to travel even lighter. The bag is slightly heavy but feels like a Tank and could take a beating.

By no means is this a small bag, but still within a bearable size to sling around town. The comfort padding along the shoulder strap is most welcomed and even for its size another reason I do try not to over pack the bag and weigh it down. You can fit 2 bodies with non-grips (recommended to reverse in opposite directions so their prisms don't bang against one another) or you can fit your D-SLR (non grip) body + standard size zoom lens attached with 2 more lenses in this bag with no problem.
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