SKU: GC47-TT731

Think Tank Photo Retrospective 7 V2.0 Shoulder Bag

Think Tank Photo Retrospective 7 V2.0 Shoulder Bag

A sleek, subtle bag for the photographer on the go, this Retrospective 7 V2.0 Shoulder Bag from Think Tank can carry a combination of camera bodies, lenses, laptops, tablets, and other accessories. The Retrospective 7 V2.0 can hold a standard DSLR, two lenses, a flash, and a 10" tablet or 13" laptop. It has a zippered opening to the main compartment that can be tucked away when not in use, and a hook-and-loop front flap allows for rapid access. A dedicated luggage handle pass through flap on the rear of the bag makes it easy to carry while traveling. The front compartment can hold several accessories and includes a zippered pocket for valuables. Also included is a seam-sealed rain cover that completely encloses the bag in case of inclement weather.

  • Zippered main compartment flap secures items but can be tucked away when not in us
  • Dedicated pockets hold tablet or laptop
  • Hook-and-loop top flap silently opens and closes for discreet use
  • Adjustable shoulder strap has cushioned, non-slip pad
  • Side loops can accept modular pouches or carabineer
  • Additional dividers can be used to customize bag interior

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