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Think Tank Urban Disguise 35 Shoulder Bag V2.0
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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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|Item Dimensions||15 x 12 x 3 inches|
|Item Weight||2.65 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||4.41 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
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).
* 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.
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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.
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Got this as a store sample for $69 and at that price it's a steal. This holds my D series Canon with 70-200 attached, a 580exII flash, 24-105mm lens and several accessories. Read morePublished 10 months ago by David Blankenburg
Awesome multipurpose bag, easily fits MacBook Air 11 (or 13), DSLR with 14-24mm f/2.8G attached and 70-200mm f/2.8, plus flash and plenty of room for small accessories.Published 17 months ago by Klifton
I love it. Well made and great for one camera and three lenses. Room for many other items.Published on July 22, 2014 by Jn Ash
I over packed this bag but I love it. Get backpack straps so you don't ruin your back. Has many accessible and creatable spaces.Published on June 24, 2014 by Tushar
This was The One. I had been searching for a bag like this. Its so versatile. I got the additional straps to turn this into a back pack style bag. I love this option. Read morePublished on April 21, 2014 by Steph Ventura
I have a few bags for different occasions but none of them quite fit what I call my day/weekend kit (5D2 with grip and 24-105l mounted, 135l, sigma 35 1. Read morePublished on February 20, 2014 by jptsr1
Got this bag as a replacement for my Lowepro Pro Messenger 180 bag which was just killing my shoulder every time I use it. Read morePublished on October 8, 2013 by GS216
This is perfect for me carrying a Canon 5D, Mark III with an attached standard zoom. And it doesn't hurt that the Think Tank logo has a certain cachet.Published on August 16, 2013 by SansPeurVJ
Very nice bag. It works for what I want to carry at that particular time. It's sturdy and has lots of pockets as well. Read morePublished on August 13, 2013 by -krush