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Think Tank Retrospective 10, Pinestone

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  • Minimalist outer appearance conceals expensive photo equipment
  • Carries a gripped DSLR with standard zoom lens attached
  • Accommodates 2-4 lenses in main compartment with gripped DSLR body in front pocket
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Created for the professional photographer that wants to blend in with the crowd and remain inconspicuous in any situation. This bag combines the look and feel of "old-school" camera bags with "new-school" features and technology for the digital imaging age. KEY FEATURES Minimalist outer appearance conceals expensive photo equipment Carries a gripped DSLR with standard zoom lens attached Accommodates 2-4 lenses in main compartment with gripped DSLR body in front pocket GEAR PROFILE 1 gripped DSLR with standard zoom lens attached and 1-3 additional lenses 1 gripped DSLR (body only) in front pocket and 2-4 lenses in main compartment TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS 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) Weight: 3 lbs (1.4 kg) MATERIALS Exterior: For superior water-resistance, all exterior fabric treated has a durable water-repellent (DWR) coating, plus the underside of the fabric has a polyurethane coating. The canvas-style bags are also constructed with and-washed 100% cotton canvas, antique nickel-plated metal hardware, YKK® RC Fuse (abrasion-resistant) zippers, nylon webbing, 3-ply bonded nylon thread. Interior: Removable closed cell foam inserts is reinforced PE board, 210D silver-toned nylon, polyurethane-backed Velex, 2x polyurethane-coated nylon 210T seam-sealed rain cover, 3-ply bonded nylon thread.


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  • Product Dimensions: 19.7 x 11.8 x 7.9 inches ; 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0039ZGZAW
  • Item model number: 430804
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (39 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 1, 2008

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68 of 70 people found the following review helpful By Shakti on December 18, 2010
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I came to know of Think Tank's Retrospective series from pro photographer Matt Brandon's (@digitaltrekker) tweet. The Retrospective 30 was on his Thanksgiving wish list. So going in, I knew this had the credentials to be a good DSLR bag. But I still did my research anyway. Before settling for the Retrospective 10, the other finalists were Timbuk2's The Snoop Camera Messenger Bag and Crumpler's The 6 Million Dollar Home. I ended up picking the Retrospective 10 because it doesn't look like a camera bag and it came highly recommended (again, by virtue of being on Matt Brandon's wish list).
I currently own a Kata DR-467i Backpack that I still love, but because I use the Black Rapid RS4 shoulder strap for my Nikon D90, I needed a shoulder bag so I could free up one shoulder for the strap. Now that we're done with why I chose the Retrospective 10...

What do I think of it? I love this bag so much, if you had to take it away from me, you'd have to pry it from my cold, dead shoulder! Here's why...
1. Rugged construction: The Retrospective series is made of durable materials that's tough, and yet, surprisingly flexible. You can put a hobbyist level of gear in it and it just keeps expanding!
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Old Hacker on October 30, 2011
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The good: Very well made. LOTS of thought obviously went into the design. Lots of pockets and padding configuration. Great looking fabric. Seems lo-key and rugged. Doesn't scream "Steal this expensive camera!". Fits my 5Dm2 with a couple spare lens's, light meter, and other misc goodies. Much better padding than my Domkes.

The bad: It pays a weight penalty for the heavy fabric/padding. Nothing like a hardcase mind you, but to me it was surprisingly weighty. (I'm probably just spoiled from carrying unpadded Domke cases for so long.)

Other: My sealed/unopened package was missing the clip on carry handle. When I informed 'Think Tank', they had me a replacement handle on the way within hours. My first impression of the Think Tank company is very good. I had the feeling I was talking to other working photographers who understood the business and my needs.

If you need a great rugged lightly padded soft case, designed by other working photographers, and your shoulder doesn't mind a little extra weight, then this is close to a perfect bag from a very responsive company.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By William Sidney Porter on October 11, 2011
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As a former pro getting back into photography I wish I hadn't gotten rid of a lot of my equipment and accessories that would still be viable today -- especially my favorite camera bag, that seemed to hold twice as much equipment as its size indicated. A colleague suggested Thank Tank products, so I took a look at their web site and immediately liked the look of the Retrospective series. Of course, the problem with buying a camera bag you haven't actually seen is that it's hard to judge whether or not it's really going to hold the equipment you want it to hold. I wanted something that could handle everything I'm taking with me to Kauai--so that I can carry all my equipment on the plane, then rearrange things on the other end and carry what I need for each day's shoot. I wavered between the model 10 and wider model 20. I dismissed the 30 as too tall--stuff would just get buried in the bottom. I finally took a risk on the smaller model 10. From the moment it arrived there was no question I had made the right choice of manufacturer and series. Then I laid out all my equipment and started moving and adjusting the dividers, packing and unpacking, rearranging--for two hours! I was about to give up and exchange the 10 for the 20, but after giving my brain a 10-minute break, I came back to it and everything just fell into place. The bag now holds both Canon 60D and XS camera bodies (with lenses removed so the TSA won't fiddle with them), 18-55 and 55-250 S-series lenses, a 50mm 1.Read more ›
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Jordi A. Fabara on June 29, 2012
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Just spectacular! I just got mine and what can I say ..... Pockets for everything , even my Ipad.
I will be using it for travel.
Everything fits nicely D800, 16-35mm f4, 28-300mm, 50mm , charger, filters, ect,ect
and the vey best.....low profile! It does not say.... I am carrying a camera
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By jimmelecio on April 9, 2012
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Bought the Retro 10 online for short day trips, sight unseen, chose the 10 over the 5.
Use it for my Nikon D300, SB-700 flash, 50mm lens, and 18-200 lens. It is my second Think Tank product. It is also a well built camera bag.
However, it is over-engineered (OE'd), possibly overpriced because of that. Still, it is an excellent bag.
Velcro silencers are overrated. (OE'd) Years ago I had a messenger bag w/ velcro and just bought strips of the 'pile' side of the velcro to duplicate what TT did today.
The main compartment will hold a camera w/lens facing down, body up, room for long lenses.
Easy to get the camera out in the ready-to-shoot position. Don't see a reason for any other configuration.
I usually divide the main compartment into three sections, 1.camera w/lens, 2.flash, & 3.charger & 50mm lens. Batteries on the smaller pockets.
Two small flaps on the inside to keep your equipment inside. Makes it difficult to take equipment out. I suppose it's worth the trade-off.
Convenience vs. security. I like the large easy-open pocket which has one velcro strap.
On the other side is a zippered pocket useful for small flat items such as passports, envelopes. Too narrow for real documents & tight for most anything else.
Large adjustable shoulder strap. Possibly the best in the business for this type of bag.
(OE'd) Detached the hand carry strap & stored it in drawer where the rain cover & all the other photo junk goes.
Two small straps over small pockets on both narrow sides of bag. Unsure what the purpose of these straps are. Is it to prevent equipment from falling out of the pockets or as handles? Or both?
My biggest complaint is the numerous pockets inside the main compartment.
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