Think Tank Urban Disguise 40, Plain Looking, Fully Functional Briefcase Size Shoulder Bag for Two Pro SLRs & Multiple Lenses up to a 70-200mm f/2.8
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- Ballistics fabric/ Ykk zips
- "No rhetoric" warranty
- Non-slip shoulder strap
- Curved Comfort shoulder strap
- Doesn't look like a camera bag
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The Think Tank Urban Disguise shoulder bags allow you to travel in style and protect your valuable equipment without attracting attention to yourself as a photographer.
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This thing is built like a panzer and probably holds as much as one. Build quality is superb, the materials are very good and the design is clever, with lots of inner compartments and divisions to accomodate equipment safely. It also comes with a rain cover (with a small footprint when folded up inside its own nylon bag and stored in the camera bag -- you choose where) and a media wallet that would take a lot of concerted effort to misplace.
Compact it is not, but I knew that beforehand. The zippered main compartment can easily hold my E-30 + 50-200 mm vertically in the central division, two smaller lenses and teleconverters in one side division, flash in the other, user manual and more. There are half a dozen extra panels with velcro sides to build smaller sub-compartments, but I haven't yet figured out what to do with them.
The front flap has another zippered compartment for flatter items, and under it lie another zippered compartment and two big pockets (one of them carries my small compact digital walkaround camera, the other has a clip for the media wallet). This internal big zippered compartment has provisions for small items, such as a GPS for geotagging, a card reader, extra batteries, chargers, pens, an external hard drive, etc.
There are also two side pockets for a small water bottle, a cell phone or MP3 player or whatever fits. And the backside of the Urban Disguise has yet another large zippered compartment, plus a big pocket that can open top and bottom to be fitted to a suitcase handle -- but that, when closed, will carry some more stuff.
The bag strap is padded and rests comfortably on the shoulder. It is removable; the attachment clips are metal and won't ever slip open. They can be replaced by the shoulder harness, sold separately, that turns this shoulder bag into a backpack. There are also two short straps to hand-carry the Urban Disguise.
The more I use the Think Tank Urban Disguise 40, the more I am amazed by the designers' attention to detail. These guys either are photographers or communicate very well with them: everything in this bag has been well thought out and executed.
The Urban Disguise 40 will double as my photography and carry-on bag on my next overseas trip and I've no doubt that it will work very well.