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Think Tank Urban Disguise 35 Shoulder Bag V2.0

4.9 out of 5 stars 17 customer reviews

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  • Front Pocket: Holds Additional Pro-Size SLR. The Urban Disguise 35 can hold a pro-size SLR in the front pocket. When removed, the pocket lies flat, reducing bulk while you are shooting
  • Stretchable side pockets: The pockets on either side of the bag stretch so you can put items into them like cell phones, strobes and even smaller water bottles. They'll hold almost anything that you need immediate access to
  • Business card slot: The back of the bag has a slot big enough to hold many business cards at the same time so you can give them away to clients and friends
  • Urban Disguise 35 feature a slot that allows you to secure the bag to your roller. The zipper on the bottom of rear slot converts it into a regular pocket. The tab on the bottom secures it so that it won't accidentally unzip
  • Seam-sealed rain cover: All sizes of the Urban Disguise feature a seam-sealed rain cover that protects the bag from dust, water, snow and other potentially harmful elements. "Seam-sealed" means that a special water proof tape is applied to the inside seams to make the stitching waterproof
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Product Description

A perfect size working bag for photographers on the go who use a compact laptop. The Urban Disguise 35 V2.0 holds up to a 13.3" laptop with a standard DSLR or a 10" netbook with a gripped DSLR. A 70-200mm f/2.8 lens can remain attached to any size DSLR, inside the bag. it features a large opening for easy access to equipment and can be attached to the extended handle of a rolling bag. The Urban Disguise 35 V2.0 can also be carried as a backpack by using the Shoulder Harness V2.0 accessory (sold separately). KEY FEATURES Professional appearance, does not look like a traditional camera bag Removable shoulder strap is contoured and padded for maximum comfort Carry a complete DSLR kit with a compact laptop Optional accessories sold separately: Urban Disguise Attachment Straps and Shoulder Harness V2.0 GEAR PROFILE 1 standard DSLR with 70-200mm f/2.8 attached, 2-3 other lenses, and up to a 13.3" laptop 1 gripped DSLR with 70-200mm f/2.8 attached, 2-3 other lenses, and a 10" (or smaller) netbook 1 gripped DSLR (BODY ONLY) in front expandable pocket, 3-5 lenses in main compartment, and up to a 13.3" laptop MATERIALS Exterior: For superior water-resistance, all exterior fabric has a durable water-repellent (DWR) coating, plus the underside of the fabric has a polyurethane coating. It's also constructed with 1680D ballistic nylon, YKK® RC Fuse (abrasion resistant) zippers, antique nickel-plated metal hardware, Ultra Stretch pockets, nylon webbing, and 3-ply bonded nylon thread. Interior: Removable closed cell foam dividers, 210D silver-toned nylon, polyurethane backed velex liner, 2x polyurethane coated nylon 210T seam-sealed rain cover, and 3-ply bonded nylon thread.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 3 x 12 x 15 inches
Item Weight 2.6 pounds
Shipping Weight 4.4 pounds
Item model number 008139
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4.9 out of 5 stars 17 customer reviews

4.9 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #5,685 in Camera & Photo > Camera & Photo Accessories > Bags & Cases > Camera Cases
Date first available at Amazon.com September 24, 2010

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If your like me you want to carry as much camera gear as possible comfortably. Most bags are simply awful to use. They either do not carry enough or are uncomfortable for any length of time. This bag along with the Think Tank Retrospective 10 are my favorites. If I were to only own one bag though this would be it.

I generally use this bag with my Canon 5dMKII, 3 lenses, a large flash, batteries, filters, an ipad, and miscellaneous accessories. Typically I will use this with my 5dMKII with a 70-200mm 2.8L IS II attached, a 24-105mm 4L, and either a 35mm 1.4L or 24mm 3.5L TS-E. If you dont have any lenses as long as the 70-200mm or do no plan on carrying these longer lenses around I would recommend the Think Tank Retrospective 10 over this bag. I generally switch between the two depending on which lens kit I want to carry. Even when full the bag is quite comfortable to wear for extended periods of time. A nice bonus is that the bag is relatively unassuming and doesn't scream camera bag (although the retrospective is superior in this manner).
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I recently went through six camera bags (seven really, but I can't remember what the seventh was) trying to find one that would fill most or all of these requirements:

* Able to be accessed without removing the bag
* Would hold my 50-150mm f/2.8 lens (similar size to the 70-200mm f/2.8) on-body with enough space to also hold it off-body when I swap on my 18-200mm.
* Would tolerate me leaving my tripod mounting plate on the camera when I put it in or take it out.
* Would additionally hold my speedlight, spare battery, blower, mini tabletop tripod, and cleaning kit.
* Had a rain cover
* Was the minimum size to hold all of the above (I have other larger bags - I just don't like to carry them all the time). I wanted to be able to get my camera in and out of it with it tucked in a nook behind my car seat (the car is a two seater), and wanted to be able to stow the bag easily at my feet on theme park rides, buses, etc... This meant it would be less than 11" wide, no more than 14" tall, and less than 7.5" thick.
* Had other attachment points on it or its straps for me to hang other things on (like my bag rain jacket)
* Was well made

Price wasn’t really a huge factor. I wasn’t going to pay more than $200 for the bag, and did ideally prefer less than $100, but my main objective was meeting as many of these requirements as possible.

In total, I tried:

* Think Tank Urban Disguise 35 Shoulder Bag V2.
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Think Tank in general produce some great professional looking bags. This one is no exception. Built exceptionally well and I even purchased the backpack straps along with it. It's great for a minimal shooter outing. I purposely chose this one for event shooting because I can use the backpack straps to go to the event, then switch to the shoulder strap at the gig for easy access to my gear. This is definitely not a bag to bring everything you may need, but more to keep it to a minimal in a somewhat a small form factor.

I would say that the most I am able stuff comfortably and still be able to access everything in the bag fairly well without struggle .. Pro body (with grip), 70-200 with lens hood, 24-70 without lens hood (with would be a tighter squeeze but do-able), Flash in soft case, 13" laptop, and some accessories in the front flap and front pockets. Note again that this would be a way to still be able to access your gear "comfortably". Uncomfortably however, I was able to have the 24-70 with it's lens hood on and a 16-35 without the lens hood. Then I stuck my flash in the front pocket underneath the front flap. This additional large sized pocket has no velcro or buckles to close it but the front flap buckled would suffice for it's closure. This large front pocket poses quite useful and I can actually fit 2 600EX-RTs with their soft cases in there. If you have an iPad, I wouldn't recommend putting it where they claim it can go in the main compartment towards the front of the bag. I rather feel safer keeping it in the laptop compartment. Since I have a Macbook Air 13", I put both the laptop and iPad in that same compartment.

Overall, a great event, walk-around, street shooting bag for the minimalist.
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I LOVE this bag. It is just the right size for me. I carry a 70-200 zoom along with a smaller zoom as well as my Canon 70D body with battery attachment. It has room for one other smaller lens inside the bag. On the outside pocket I have enough room for an assortment of items. I carried this bag into the rain and it kept my gear dry. I can leave the long lens on the camera or take it off...works both ways.

I also like that this does not look like a camera bag. Holding quite a bit of expensive gear one, it does not scream 'take me'. The inside has divided areas (adjustable) to separate my camera and lenses. I did decide to order the backpack straps so that I can cary this on my back instead of over my shoulder with the shoulder strap. The shoulder strap works well for daily use, but when I am on a trip and lugging around other items, throwing this on my back works out well...and it is secure.

I would buy this again in a heartbeat. Expensive...yes. Worth every penny...definitely.
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