Think Tank Digital Holster 50 V2.0 - Holds Pro DSLR + 70-200 + Hood In Position

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About Think Tank

Designed for pro-size SLRs, such as Nikon D2Xs or D2Hs, or the Canon EOS 1D Mark series with a 70 - 200 2.8 with the lens hood reversed, or in position ready to shoot.

Summary of Customer Reviews

Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Comfortable (4),Durable (4),Easily accessible equipment (4),Good protection (4),Lightweight (4),Roomy (4),Strong construction (4),Adjustable harness (3),Comfortable strap (3)
Best Uses:
Daily transport (4),Travel (4),Protecting gear (3),Transporting gear (3)
Reviewer Profile:
Semi-pro photographer (4),Photo enthusiast (3)

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
  • Pro Modulus Speed Belt: Digital Holsters work best with Pro Modulus 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
  • Camera Strap: Camera Strap is stored on top of the LCD cover so that it does not rest directly on the camera
  • On the Pro Speed Belt: When wearing the Digital Holster on Pro Speed Belt make sure to rotate the bag regularly along the belt during the day to shift the weight and achieve maximum comfort. You can also use the shoulder strap to help distribute the weight

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)
70-200 2.8 with hood Reversed
300 4 with the hood Reversed
Bag Extended
70-200 2.8 with hood Extended
300 4 with the hood Extended
Inner Dimensions (W x H x D)
7.25" x 6" x 11.25" - 14.25" / 18.4 x 15.2 x 28.6 - 36.2 cm
External Dimensions (W x H x D)
8" x 6.75" x 13" - 16" / 20.3 x 17.1 x 33 - 44.6 cm
1 lb 1 oz / 482 g

Reviews about this item

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(based on 9 reviews)


of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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Most Liked Positive Review


awesome bag

this bag fits my 5d mark 3 with grip and my 70-200 is mark 2 with a 2x extender mark 3 with room to spare for my black rapids strap.

Reviewed by 9 customers

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)


awesome bag


from new york city  -  Casual Photographer

this bag fits my 5d mark 3 with grip and my 70-200 is mark 2 with a 2x extender mark 3 with room to spare for my black rapids strap.


Best device ever, just bought a 2nd one


from Front Range Colorado  -  Semi-pro Photographer

I use this either over my shoulder with the regular strap (if not toting a bunch of other gear) or attached to the TT belt (and sometimes the racing harness when I have lots of things to carry). Stepped up to the 50V.2 so I didn't have to keep removing the battery grip to stow the camera. The fit is snug as it should be, but still easy to remove the camera. Keeping my 30v.2 for a second D700 without the grip. Design is well thought out, like that I can store not only the camera with 70-200 attached (hood reversed) but can even unzip it and put a smaller lens (usually a 50 1.4G) below with padding. The rain cover is useful (though still use another bag in really wet conditions) appreciate the small storage areas for batteries and cards throughout. The pricepoint is a little high and maybe Adorama should consider selling the holster, belt and racing harness as a set with a slightly reduced price for all three. You'd sell 'em like hotcakes guys!


Superb holster !


from Oregon  -  Photo Enthusiast

I really like the protective flap for the back of the camera body. I can lay my neckstrap on it and not worry about the display getting marred. The adjustable length is another winning feature over and above the competition. Thanks, Think tank.


Think Tank Digital Holster 50 V2.0, pros


from New Jersey  -  Photo Enthusiast

Here is a list of advantages and disadvantages of the two of them. Think Tank digital holster 50 V2.0 Not nearly as well padded as the Tamrac. The sling is not as wide or as well padded Hooks for the sling are swivel type. Comes with a rain protector. It is contained in a zippered pouch outside the holster. Has one loop on the side for attachments. Has a strap to secure the attachment. The belt loop is heavy duty Velcro and it will take a 3-inch belt. The front has two pouches. The lower one is zippered, about 4 X 4 ½ inches. The upper pouch is not sealed so things could fall out. Inside the top is a Velcro pouch to hold a filter. It has a protector for the LCD. It has Velcro an can be installed to open towards or away from you It has a Velcro divider to protect the bottom of the lens. This forms a small pocket for extra storage such as a small lens or a TC. The bottom has a zipper, allowing you to extend the bottom and allows room for the lens hood to be attached to the 70-200mm lens. The lid is zippered and opens away from you. Tamrac Pro Digital Zoom 10 holster. Much better padded. A wider sling and better padded. Heavy duty hooks but do not swivel. It does not have a rain protector but probably not needed. I will explain below. It has two wide straps for attachments, one on each side. Belt loop is sown and will take a 2 ¾ inch wide belt. Front has one large pouch with a zipper. 4" wide at bottom, 6" wide at top, 8 ½" deep. Inside front pouch has a smaller Velcro pouch for 3 batteries. Two pouches for compact flash memory. Inside the lid is a zippered pouch for filters. It has a protector for the LCD. It has a Velcro divider to protect the bottom of the lens. This forms a small pocket for extra storage such as a small lens or a TC. The bottom does not extend as the Think Tank does. Will not hold lens with hood on. The top has a zipper and a quick release safety latch. It opens towards your body. It is designed so the top rolls over the side, with the zipper hidden, so water would run down the outside of the holster. I think this is why it doesn't have a rain protector. The Think Tank digital holster 50 V2.0 is better designed to be worn on the chest. The pouches are easier to get to this way and the top would open towards your chest making it easier to get the camera out. You can buy a chest strap for this holster for less than $40.00. This strap is very well designed and looks very comfortable. The Tamrac Pro Digital Zoom 10 holster is the better designed of the two holsters in my opinion. It is designed to be worn on the hip as a holster should be. The extra padding protects the camera and lens if you should bump into something such as a tree when walking in the woods. It has more storage and a quick release for the top. I believe the material and the top design would keep the camera dry. If not a heavy plastic bag would. The top would be in your way if you tried to wear this on your chest. It is as claimed, a holster. Its disadvantage is the bottom does not extend so you can not use your lens hood.


Works for me - here is full review


from NJ  -  Pro Photographer

Here is my full review with pictures.


Well thought out bag!


from Santa Fe, NM  -  Semi-pro Photographer

This one WILL fit your dslr with the vertical grip/ battery pack attached. The extra zip down room to allow an attached hood is great for being ready yet protected. This is a nice bag!


Great Bag


from Detroit Michigan  -  Semi-pro Photographer

Great bag. Always a struggle between using a small enough bag for convenience and a larger bag for protection and capacity. The ThinkTank does a nice job of striking a balance. Holds my full-frame camera with a vertical grip and either a 70-200 2.8, or a 24-70 2.8 with room for an extra lens. Even has additional room if you unzip the extension at the bottom. Nice padding and solid zippers / flaps. Small pouches / pockets on the side but only for small accessories or batteries. I would recommend this bag...


A perfect bag for big cameras


from DE  -  Semi-pro Photographer

A perfect house for my Nikon D700 and 70-200 (F2.8). Not too big and bulky. Looks good too.


Well built, well thought out


from Auburn Hills, Michigan  -  Photo Enthusiast

This is a great bag. I've tried (and collected) many others. Some too big, too small. This one is near perfect. Holds my full-frame dslr WITH grip and has comfortable room for a 70-200 2.8 attached, or I've carried a 24-70 2.8 attached with a 85 1.4 in the bottom. Extends out for a couple of extra inches of space when needed. Also has a side strap to attach a second lens case or speedlight case. The real difference in this bag though is construction. Very well built, and well thought out. Pockets in the right place, flap over lcd screen to protect. Big enough, but too big. I think I'm finally done looking.


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PATRICIA K  I've pre-ordered the Tamron 150-600mm lens to use with my Canon 7D. Would this bag work with this combo? I want to make sure that the opening is large enough to grasp the camera and that it fits with the tripod mount attached to the lens. Also would the holster harness work well with the weight?
ROBERT E  I can not speak for the Canon-Tamron combination. I have a Nikon D4 with a Nikon 70-200 2.8 and I can not use this case with the lens hood attached. The case is long enough for the combination but the boot tapers and becomes too narrow for the diameter of the lens hood which prevents the lens from reaching the bottom of the boot. Reversing the lens hood isn't any better. I also find that the case is too tight for the camera body. The camera body will not fit in the case with any attachments mounted, such as an L bracket or a GPS unit. I would recommend going to the store and trying the case with your desired camera/lens/accessory combination before buying.
NANCY B  Is this holster big enough for a Canon 5D with a battery pack/vertical grip and a 100-400L lens??
Dolphus H  Nancy, I currently use my Think Tank Digital Holster 50 V2.0 with a Nikon D700 with multi-power battery pack and a 80-400 F.4.5-5.6 lense with the hood in the shooting position. Of course, the holster is in the extended position for the hood to be in the shooting position. I hope you can equate my Nikon equipment to your Canon equipment. Regards, Dolph
José G  Is designed for Canon 7D with 100-400mm Canon zoom lens with the lens hood in position ready to shoot?
DEAN G  José - I can't answer about Canon equipment and the 100-400 zoom lens. You could get overall length and go from there. I use a Nikon D700 with the grip/battery pack and Nikon D3X. With the 70-200mm lens AND hood attached to the lens, it fits just fine. It even fits if I use the 2x telecom better and unzip the front extension on the holster. Check you overall length vs. that of the Nikon. I'm pretty sure you combination would fit. Good luck. Dean
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