Think Tank Photo Hubba Hubba Hiney
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|Item Dimensions LxWxH||3.94 x 10.59 x 6.69 inches|
|Item Weight||0.99 Pounds|
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- Rotate or lock components on the belt
- Large front zippered pocket with organizer
- Shoulder strap included
- Compatible with any Think Tank Photo belt
- Three removable dividers provide flexibility in the way you load the bag
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|Color||Black||Black (Black )||Black (Black )||Black|
|Item Dimensions||3.94 x 10.59 x 6.69 inches||17.72 x 21.65 x 29.53 inches||17.72 x 21.65 x 29.53 inches||17.72 x 21.65 x 29.53 inches|
This beltpack/shoulder bag hybrid includes removable dividers and is a versatile lightweight solution for carrying a Mirrorless system.
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The TTP Hubba Hubba Hiney is perfect for what I need. It's just the right size for a Panasonic GH2 with the 12-35/2.8 attached, and two to four other lenses -- I have my 20/1.7 and my 45/1.8 stacked, and the 45-200 zoom. I could carry the 7-14 in lieu of the two primes. In the zippered front pocket I have a spare battery and a polarizing filter.
The bag comes with a nice shoulder strap that easily clips to two small loops on the top. The strap has a sliding shoulder pad that is quite sticky on one side, and adjustable for shoulder or bandolier style carry.
This bag is part of the Think Tank modular component system, so it fits on several belts and belt packs. I tried it on my Pro Speed Belt and it works very well - not too large, not too small. It would make a good main pouch for a belt system, along with a lens pouch and a flash pouch for a sports photographer or photojournalist. The bag is large enough to hold a couple of larger Canon lenses like the 24-105/4 with the hood extended, and the 35/1.4 with the hood. It's not tall enough for the 70-200 though, even with the hood reversed. The 70-200/4 fits lying down, but takes up most of the inside room. I would use the bag mounted to the belt when I wanted to be a little less conspicuous when traveling.
I do wish it had a built-in waist belt that could hide inside a flap in the back, rather than requiring a large dedicated belt. Also, the two open stretchy mesh pouches on the very front aren't that useful for anything beyond a lens cap - anything heavier or more valuable would fall out.
This bag easily fits inside my carry-on computer bag for air travel. In fact, two of these would fit vertically inside the bag, a Mountainsmith computer satchel, meaning I can carry my wife's camera system too.
Overall it's a nice little bag with some good features for a reasonable price. TTP stuff is very well made and I expect it to last a long time.
To accomplish this purpose I bought the Think Tank Speed Changer V2.0 Multi-Use Belt Pouch (for the camera) and Think Tank Pro Speed Belt Version 2.0 (for the sake of my lower back).
Between the two pouches there is enough room for two ND filters, extra battery, several extra flash cards, and a baseball cap for sunny days. I could easily put a few more small items in the pouches (not lenses), but I don't try to cram things in.
I've been caught in a couple of unexpected downpours and the built-in rain protection worked flawlessly (I got pretty soaked with only a ball cap for protection, but the camera and lenses were completely dry.)
I am delighted with the combination and consider the money well spent.
I continue to use the same combination of belt and think tank pouches as mentioned earlier, and they have held up superbly. I've changed what I now carry, though, as I find that I can carry a 17-40mm lens instead of the 50mm lens without any crowding. The 50mm lens is now in the other pouch with the camera body (which can be carried in a "portrait" position). Between the two bags I am now comfortably carrying four lenses and a full-size DSLR around my waist (along with all the other stuff I mentioned earlier), without any discomfort (the DSLR body is a bit tight in the smaller pouch, but it works and the zipper is not compromised).
I'm out in the field three or four times per month, with no adverse affects and a much happier lower back.
I would buy this again in a heart-beat.
My biggest complaint - this cannot be centered on the steroid speed belts because of how it attaches so if you're hoping to have it in the middle of your back you won't be using the Steroid belt or the racing harness - both of which "close off" the center area to this product.
Top reviews from other countries
Bag is very good quality, very comfortable, shoulder pad slides along the strap so you can easily slide it in front or behind you.
Only thing i would like to see changed is for the zip to be concealed so that when taking lenses out or the camera the zip wont rub against them as it can damage/ scratch.
La qualità dei materiali Think Tank è ben conosciuta e questo modello non fa brutta figura
dentro ci metto:
- Gorillapod Hybrid
- 2 filtri
- 2 batterie aggiuntive
- 1 SD aggiuntiva
così facendo è bella imbottita, se non ci metto il gorillapod tutto è meno "costretto"
io la trovo ottima!
Ich bekomme in die Tasche eine Canon 100D mit EFS 15-85mm und ein EF 8-15mm rein. Und das EF 40mm hat auch noch Platz.
Die großen Reisverschlüsse sind robust und gleiten gut.
Das Teil lässt sich angenehm an einem Speed Belt tragen und steht nicht weit vom Körper ab.
Ich bin sehr zufrieden und werde mir wohl noch eine zweite zulegen, um mehr Ausrüstung griffbereit am Gürtel haben zu können.