Think Tank Photo Retrospective 30 - Black
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- Minimalist outer appearance conceals expensive photo equipment
- Accommodates 2-4 lenses in main compartment with 2 DSLR bodies in front pockets
- Carries a gripped DSLR with standard zoom lens attached
- Wider size to fit a 70-200mm f/2.8 attached to DSLR facing sideways
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|Item Dimensions||10.51 x 15.98 x 7.01 inches|
|Item Weight||3.31 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||4.81 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
Unfortunately, it seems it is a business or marketing tactic to make you buy the $20 memory card pouch as there are no separate small pockets under the flap or some other easily accessible area to put extra cards or small accessories in. Also a specific area for filters would be nice as well, but I guess I'm just asking for too much.
The price is high and you get a lot of storage in a very high quality product, but for the price there should be a specific place for memory card storage. It would have been easy for them to put another clear pocket or two under the flap next to the ill-designed business card holder, but they didn't. The plastic pocket for business cards is slightly undersized and way too stiff to hold business cards without damaging them trying to put them in or take them out. The side pockets should also have a bit of stretch to them so you can actually use them for something.
So it's not exactly perfect, and perhaps you're paying extra for the name, but it is a high quality product with plenty of accessory storage (even if it's not all that perfectly thought out). I would recommend this bag to anyone who needs to store a gripped full size DSLR and several larger lenses.
If you are looking for an attractive, discreet, and commodious bag, I recommend the Retrospective 30 without qualifications.
Works great with other Think Tank products too ... I'm impressed ... this is my new favourite shoulder bag for gear, and the first shoulder bag I've ever purchased that I haven't immediately hated; it's been a month and I still really like this bag.
Thanks Think Tank! I'll be making Think Tank my first choice for all my professional equipment storage and transport needs in future!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
not a cheap bag at all ans i question the purchase. but more i use it the more i fall in love it. great build, plenty of room for camera gear. easy to get equipment in and out. Read morePublished 1 month ago by artawesome
Awesome bag. Well made and has been perfect for my outdoor shoots and moving out and about.Published 1 month ago by Raj Marathe
Perfect bag for my gripped body with 24-70 2.8 attached. The 70-200 fits nicely beside it, and I have room on the other side of the body for another lens or miscellaneous other... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Rick Kremer
I have had a lot of camera bags but this one fits the ticket. There was a lot of thought put into the design and so far I cannot find any thing I would change. Read morePublished on August 16, 2014 by R. Novess
This bag very well suites my needs. Its not small nor big or bulky but about right for my needs. I can place my Nikon D5100 with 2 lens and flash with some space left for... Read morePublished on May 30, 2014 by RDJ
I have mixed feelings about the bag. It is well constructed, but I'm not sure the product designers actually photograph, or, lived with the bag in the field before signing-off on... Read morePublished on April 19, 2013 by DJB
I approve of this inconspicious and "plain" looking bag. And it fills the bill nicely. It is a marvel of thoughtful design, especially where the twin features of equipment... Read morePublished on March 1, 2013 by William T. Debnam
I am not a very tall man, but the strap on this bag is just waaaay too short. If I carry it across my chest, which is the only way to carry it really, the top of the bag should... Read morePublished on November 29, 2012 by Terje A. Bergesen
As you know in photography the longer you are in it the more gear you accumulate. I outgrew my Amazon Basics Backpack within 18 months. Read morePublished on April 2, 2012 by Jeff Shapiro