Think Tank Digital Holster 20 V2.0 - Holds DSLR + 70-200 + Hood Reversed

Think Tank
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About Think Tank

Designed for digital SLRs, such as the Canon 5D, 10D, 20D and 30D and the Nikon D70, D80 and D200. The shape of the bag conforms to the camera itself, with one side straight and the other side curved. It can actually stand up by itself!

Summary of Customer Reviews

Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Pros:
Durable (7),Good protection (7),Lightweight (5),Comfortable strap (4),Easily accessible equipment (4),Strong construction (4),Compact (3)
Best Uses:
Travel (6),Daily transport (5),Protecting gear (4),Transporting gear (4),Storing gear (3)
Reviewer Profile:
Photo enthusiast (8)

Think Tank Features

  • Shoulder Strap: A mid-weight, no-slip shoulder strap is provided to carry the bag while preventing it from sliding off of your shoulder
  • Side Pocket: A pocket especially designed for digital accessories such as Pixel Pocket Rocket is located on the side of the bag
  • Side Pocket: Batteries Inside of the side pocket is an elastic pocket - perfect for carrying one or two extra batteries
  • Rotate or Lock: The back of the bag incorporates "Rotate or Lock" mechanism, which allows you either to rotate the entire bag on Pro Speed Belt or to lock it into position with the plastic tab
  • Rotate or Lock Flap: Although the bag is designed to work with Pro Speed Belt, it can also be attached to a regular belt with the hook and loop attachment system
  • Digital Holsters work best with the Pro Speed belt
  • Pop Down Expansion Feature: A horizontal zipper is located on the very bottom of the bag. When unzipped, it expands, allowing for longer lenses or lenses with the lens hood in position ready to shoot
  • Inner Pocket: The inside lid has a clear zipper pocket with blue trim and red lace on the zipper slider for easy identification of your accessories, like lens caps, lip balm, aspirin and memory cards
  • Seam-sealed Raincover: Protect your gear from the elements! A pocket on the inside holds a seam-sealed raincover. It is also completely removable from the bag for convenience
  • Two Stage Raincover: Because the Digital Holsters adjust to two different vertical lengths, the seam-sealed raincover can also be adjusted to two different lengths
  • Inner Divider: An inner divider can be used to carry and keep separate two shorter lenses
  • LCD Padded Cover: We provide a soft, fleece lined hinged flap to cover up your LCD and protect it from both your camera strap and the contents inside of the top inner pocket
  • Holds lens hoods REVERSED or IN POSITION
  • Form fitting shape - not bulky

Think Tank Specifications

Compatible Lens
Bag Retracted
16-35 2.8 with hood Extended (Canon)
17-35 2.8 with hood Extended (Nikon)
24-70 2.8 with hood Reversed (Canon)
28-70 2.8 with hood Reversed (Nikon)
Bag Extended
24-70 2.8 with hood Extended (Canon)
28-70 2.8 with hood Extended (Nikon)
70-200 2.8 with hood Reversed
300 4 with the hood Reversed
Inner Dimensions (W x H x D)
7.25" x 4.5" x 8" - 11.5" / 18.4 x 11.4 x 20.3 - 29.2 cm
External Dimensions (W x H x D)
8" x 5" x 9.5" - 12.5" / 20.3 x 17.1 x 24.1 - 31.8 cm
Weight
15 oz. / 425 g
Mfr #
866
SKU
TTDH20V2

Reviews about this item

Review Snapshot®

 
4.8

(based on 11 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Ratings Distribution

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

I like it!

Good for larger DSLRs with pro lenses. Not perfect but none of them are. I got it to use with my 70-200 but didn't like hauling all that around. The side pocket is big enough for a SB-400. I like it! Will use it for the D800 and 28-300 - should be perfect for that so I won't need the expandable end after all, but it's there.

Reviewed by 11 customers

 
4.0

Just right for my needs

By

from Chicago, il  -  Photo Enthusiast

This is just perfect protection when just carrying one camera. Often I don't need to carry multiple lenses and accessories but want a simple carrier. Should however be sold with belt. Shouldn't fave to purchase separate

 
4.0

Big Improvement Over a Gadget Bag

By

from Buena Park, CA  -  Photo Enthusiast

I bought the Think Tank Digital Holster before we left for our vacation in Sydney, Australia in November as part of a setup to make using my camera and lenses more convenient to use for travel photography . I have been lugging my large gadget bag with my cameras and several lenses on many trips and it has been very awkward. I finally got smart! This model holster holds my Nikon D90 with my 70-300mm FX lens and it is large enough for the D800 I plan to upgrade to before our Hawaii cruise this coming spring. The setup I used was as follows and it worked very well. First, rather then buying the Think Tank Belt, I went to REI and bought 2" belt webbing and back pack locking buckles with which I made a very strong and comfortable belt for under $10. I also bough Adorama Slinger lens cases for each of my lenses and my Nikon SB-700 electronic flash. Although the Think Tank Holster with the camera and lens is heavy, by using the included shoulder strap with the belt, everything balances out very well. This setup allowed me to switch lenses and my flash quickly and distribute the weight evenly. This was a huge improvement over caring a gadget bag. For air travel, I carried the cameras, lenses, flash and other accessories in my gadget bag, which can stow in the overhead or under the seat with a substantial reduction in leg room. I carried the Think Tank, belt and Slinger cases in my suite case. The Think Tank can be compressed as can the Slinger lens cases or I stuff items in them and loose only a small amount of suite case capacity. In short, this system worked very well and I would recommend it as a practical solution for the on the go photographer.

 
5.0

Outstanding Bag

By

from New Mexico  -  Photo Enthusiast

I use the bag for transport and storage mainly. I use an op/tech neoprene case when hiking, etc... The bag is compact but holds a surprising amount of extra items. I hold my d7100 w/18-200 lens, 35 lens, extra battery, charger, snack, pen, and filters. Belt loop works well and strap is excellent with connecting points in proper place so bag wants to lean into me when carrying. The lowepro top loader 65 I had leaned out because connecting points for strap we're too close to the body. I have not noticed anything yet that I do not like about this bag. Think tank is great!

 
5.0

everything at your fingertips. solid

By

from Va Beach VA  -  Photo Enthusiast

keeps my D600 with 24-70 and/or 70-200 at my fingertips. design is great and the construction is solid.

 
5.0

Just what I wanted

By

from Farmville,va  -  Photography Student

I like this holster because I do not like a camera strap and this allows me to carry a camera hands free!

 
5.0

Just right :)

By

from NY  -  Photo Enthusiast

Great for when I just want to grab the camera/lens and go. And still protect the equipment. Very easily adusted to fit different size lenses without getting cumbersome.

 
5.0

Great Camera Case

By

from Ohio  -  Semi-pro Photographer

Needed a case for my new Cannon SLR. Have various lenses and wanted a case that would not require me to take off the long lens after some pictures and moving on to a new location. This case does the job and does it well.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

I like it!

By

from Alta Ca  -  Photo Enthusiast

Good for larger DSLRs with pro lenses. Not perfect but none of them are. I got it to use with my 70-200 but didn't like hauling all that around. The side pocket is big enough for a SB-400. I like it! Will use it for the D800 and 28-300 - should be perfect for that so I won't need the expandable end after all, but it's there.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Well thought out

By

from boca raton fl  -  Semi-pro Photographer

I used this with a Canon 5DM2, 50mm lens and Zacuto Z-Finder. Having it at my side knowing I also had a rain coat built in was comforting. I knew no matter what I would encounter in a day on the road, the equipment could be protected. The collapsible extension made packing a breeze and for a smaller holster when I didn't need the extra compartment. One of the great features of this holster is the adjustable baffle/sling that's inside. I could adjust it perfectly so the weight of the 5DM2 didn't crush the Z-finder in the extended compartment. It's a very well thought out design.

 
5.0

High Quality and very usefull

By

from Ontario, Canada  -  Photo Enthusiast

I already owned a Digital Holster 50 for my full bodied camera with a zoom lens and wanted a smaller one to carry on my TT Steroid belt for a second camera so I wouldn't have to change lenses to get a quick shot at a shorter focal length. I used it yesterday for the first time and it is just what I wanted. The second camera is handy and protected from the elements.

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Shopper  I am looking for a DSLR case/sling/bag that I can attach to my backpack or daypack for when I go camping. This looks like it is well made and the weatherproofing is a great feature, but I can't really tell from the pictures if I could somehow secure it to my backpack (so that it wont bounce around) without significant modification?
DAVID J  Yes, you could attach this to a back pack. The holster has two metal loops at the top for attaching a strap and it has a strap at the bottom that could be attached to a hook on your backpack. These three attachment points should work for you.
Sue Z  Will this comfortably fit the Canon EOS 7D? Thank you!
KEVIN S  I've owned this for awhile. Cary's my 7 D without issue. I love my think tank system.
Sue Z  Will this comfortably fit the Canon EOS 7D? Thank you!
KEVIN S  I've owned this for awhile. Cary's my 7 D without issue. I love my think tank system.
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