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Think Tank -Street Walker Pro

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  • Vertically thin design with contoured curved top makes it easier to navigate urban environments
  • Designed for a Pro Size DSLR with up to a 400 2.8 attached, or a 70-200 2.8 attached and hood in position
  • Monopod and tripod mounting system - product comes with detachable accessory straps
  • Contoured harness for men and women; includes pockets and D rings
  • Air channel on back of the bag for circulation and comfort
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 10 x 17.5 inches ; 2.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 10 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Item model number: 004773
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 17, 2003

Product Description

Although this backpack is Slim and lightweight for maneuvering in urban environments and travel, it will still hold a Pro Size DSLR and even a 400 2.8 attached. This product is different from other Think Tank Photo backpacks because it is vertically thin and lightweight, as compared to the Airport seriesbackpacks that are designed to carry the maximum amount of gear within a certaincarry on size.

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Well constructed & quality materials used.
Floyd Hendry
Definitely the bag to carry for street photography, or for hiking and landscapes with a lot of walking.
Andrew B.
I've owned this for about a year now and is still in great shape.
R. Sanch

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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By S. Chandrasekar VINE VOICE on May 18, 2009
Like most photographers, I've been through a ton of bags. Over the years (ok, not that many years), my equipment has changed and so have my bag needs. However, I've never found a bag that fit my current needs as well as the Streetwalker Pro.

Currently, my bag holds the following with room to spare:

Canon 5D Mark II
24L Mark II
Sigma 50mm
Canon 90mm TS-E
Canon 200 f/2.8L
Panasonic G1 & Kit Lens
Panasonic 45-200 Lens
Canon 580EX II, Canon 430EX
Filters, Memory Cards, Chargers, Shutter releases, etc.

And despite being able to carry all of this, the bag by itself isn't very heavy. My Tamrac Expedition bag this replaced was much heavier while carrying less gear.

In addition to its carrying capacity, there are a number of thoughtful design decisions that TT made that make this bag so nice. First, the tripod carrying system is fantastic. If you have a short tripod, you can use the included straps to attach it to the bag. If your tripod is longer, the bag has a "hideable" tripod cup on the bottom that keeps the tripod in place (check out [...] for details). The bag comes with a removable rain cover which has saved me on more than one occasion (its been rather rainy here in DC this spring). And finally, the optional camera support straps enable you to attach your camera to the shoulder straps instead of your neck...your neck will thank you after a day of walking. All in all, I'm really happy with this bag. It is comfortable to carry for a long day and doesn't scream camera (unless you are carrying a tripod of course) like the Tamrac it replaced. I would definitely get another TT bag in the future when my needs/tastes change again.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Bob on January 23, 2012
I bought this bag locally from a camera shop but wanted to post a review here since I planned to buy my next bag from Amazon after a LOT of research but it just kind of happened the way it did. I had the Case Logic SLRC-206 which was a great bag but I bought a Canon EF 70-300 f/4-5.6L lens only to discover that it wouldn't fit through the bags camera suspension system. Can't have a bag where I can't even use it's main feature so I started looking and rethinking what kind of bag I wanted. What I decided was I needed a bag to hold ALL my current gear and planned gear purchases then another smaller bag/backpack to go on adventures with my chosen gear for that day. A bag that was strong, sturdy, well made, blah blah blah. What I decided on was the Tamrac Expedition 5x to hold all my crap. Not wanting to take chances on it not working out I found it at a local store and went to check it out. I bought it and took it home. Turns out, the 5x did not do what I wanted it to do. Very nice bag but it was heavy and bulky, the partitions were not all that flexible design wise, uncomfortable to wear (very stiff), and most importantly it didn't fit my new L lens like I wanted it to.

Here's when I decided to talk to someone at the store to get opinions and suggestions about what I wanted. The guy immediately showed me the Think Tank Street Walker pro. Rather than three narrow columns it has two wider columns to which my lens fit very easily and is deep (deep enough to easily handle battery grip). The interior is 100% lined with velcro material so that you can customize the partitions in ANY configuration. What this means is rather than having the partitions go simply top to bottom you can even attach them so they're like a shelf rather than a divider (does that make sense?).
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By SD on August 14, 2011
Pros: well-constructed, holds a ton of gear, terrific travel bag, small so it fits in the tiniest overhead bins on planes or under the seat in front of you.

Cons: inadequate hip belt, poor design and weight distribution place all weight on your shoulders, making the bag painful for extended use.

Had this bag about 2 years now. Wanted a small bag specifically to hold a pro SLR body (Nikon D3x) with 300/4 AF lens attached. The bag accommodates this gear, but this bag's design means the considerable weight of a pro body (the maker specifically advertises it for use with pro bodies) rests uncomfortably on your shoulders and upper back, with essentially no transfer to your hips. So, after 2 years of successful use as a travel bag (it works great for air and car travel), I've realized its a fail for hiking the afternoon in NYC (where I used it last year) or in a tropical rain forest (used twice so far). Even empty, the bag sits uncomfortably on the shoulders and upper back. Since I got the bag as a day hiker, I'm going to have to replace it if I can find a small photo backpack that has a more serious hip transfer harness (not an easy task, as photo backpacks seem designed by people who never actually try the bags on for more than a 3-min test fitting!). This is the reason for the 3 star rating.

I see the hype about Thinktank bags, and I agree they are cleverly designed in some ways, but in others they share all the faults of previous photo bags. I'm going to look again at LowePro, some of which are supposed to be based on serious full-frame backpacks. I find my tamrac bags more comfortable, but those are full sized packs, and the niche I'm trying to fill here is for a small bag. Not sure it'll be possible, as bag makers seem to equate "small" with "skimpy harness" and "featherweight" despite advertising these small bags for use with heavy pro DSLR bodies.
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