Think Tank Photo DSLR Battery Holder 2
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- Compact carrier for two standard DSLR batteries
- Compress flat when not in use, easily stored
- Hook and loop closure with top fold design
- Compatible with batteries found in most standard size camera bodies, such as the Nikon D800, Canon 5DMKIII, Sony A77, Nikon D300S, Canon 60D, Nikon D7000, etc
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The Think Tank Photo DSLR Battery Holder 2 eliminates the hassle of fumbling around through your camera bag searching for that extra battery. When the shot is there and you need power right away, this small, compact and efficient folding holder will help you get back up and shooting in no time. It's lightweight and easily stores in any optional Think Tank bag, pouch or skin. It features hook and loop closure and holds two standard lithium-ion DSLR batteries. For durability, it's made from rugged rip-stop nylon. Compact carrier for two standard DSLR batteries; compatible with batteries found in most standard size camera bodies, such as the Nikon D800, Canon 5DMKIII, Sony A77, Nikon D300S, Canon 60D, Nikon D7000 and similar Compress flat when not in use, easily stored Hook and loop closure with top fold design
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Well, I came across this item, and, out of desperation, tried it. And it is FANTASTIC. The Fuji NP-W126 fits beautifully in the slot, and their are two slots, so you can hold two batteries in the same case. The case is also thin, and light, so you don't have to worry about unnecessary weight and bulk. It's the answer to what I call 'The Fuji Battery Dilemma," and I heartily give this, not only a Five Star Review, but a big THANK YOU to Think Tank for creating it! I'm going right now to order a bunch more to hold all my batteries. Good quality, too. This is an item not to be overlooked for the Fuji X shooter.
Personally, the only things I don't love about this holder, but was aware of when purchasing, are:
1) I wish it had a loop or clip, etc, so I can attach it to my belt loop like the ThinkTank memory card wallets. During events I might need one fresh battery on hand but don't want to have to hand-carry (and possible lose) the holder when I might have to move around hands full of camera and monopod. I would rather put the battery in my pocket than have it running free, and I really don't want to put a battery in my skinny pants. I may sew on something to achieve the hands-freedom I need.
2) I'd love it if the velcro closure were two snaps. The velcro is awesome, strong, dependable, it's a positive feature, but I really dislike velcro when I'm shooting noise sensitive events like weddings. Snaps would be much more conducive to those situations, although I'm sure loads of people prefer the velcro too.
Overall, this little holder is awesome, I bought two and love them.
The color coding is nice with this one being grey, the AA battery holder is green, SD card holder is red, etc...
My only complaint is that the loop velcro does not extend down far enough to close tight when used with smaller mirrorless batteries. They won't fall out, but it would be nice to have it close more compactly.
It would also be nice if it had a loop sewn on to clip it on a lanyard. The single battery+CF holder has one and it is very convenient, but it seems to be the only battery holder that has this feature.
I make two modifications to most all of my Thinktank holders:
1) I heat and smooth the sharp corner where the edging begins and ends. The rest of the corners are wrapped making them smooth, but the bottom left corner (you can see it in the product pic) is where the edging comes together and always has a sharp edge where it is heat cut.
2) I remove the rubberized ThinkTank logo tab on the flap so it slides in and out of a pocket easier.
I own a lot of digital cameras of various brands and various models within those brands so I know batteries come in a whole range of sizes. As far as what these pouches hold, each compartment will hold one Canon 7D battery, one Canon 50D battery, one Canon Rebel T2i battery, one Fujifilm X-Pro1/2 battery, one Olympus E-P1/2 or Evolt e-620 battery (same battery) or a single Olympus Evolt e-520 battery (I love those old Olympus DSLRs and really hate Olympus discontinued them.) In addition, each compartment will hold two Panasonic Lumix LX-5 batteries or two Fujifilm X100(S/T) batteries. Generally speaking, these handle every battery size I use for every digital camera I own which is a pretty wide range of sizes.
Material and stitching is fine. In time the elastic will probably get saggy but it's tight right now. The Velcro closure is secure but may be a little loose for single smaller size batteries.
The 4-compartment model is ideal for storage and travel while the 2-compartment model fits in a pocket for those times when you just want to go light with one camera. Given that we're seeing smaller cameras these days and smaller cameras use smaller batteries with smaller capacities and shorter charge lives, carrying a couple of spares is a wise decision.