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Think Tank Retrospective 10-GR Small Shoulder Bag - Pinestone Cotton Canvas

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About Think Tank Retrospective 10

The Think Tank Retrospective 10-GR Small Shoulder Bag features simple exterior, allowing photographers to inconspicuously blend into their shooting environment. The softness and flexibility of the Retrospective 10 easily allows a pro size DSLR to be carried in the main compartment with a lens attached, facing downward. Within the Retrospective 10's main compartment, are two collapsible nylon pockets (one on each side). These pockets are tall enough to fit most flash units or other accessories. A hook-and-loop strap can be used to secure the contents or it can be tucked into the pocket for quicker access.

The Retrospective 10 has an organizer pocket inside the main compartment. It gives photographers enough space for small, but significant, accessories necessary for a successful shoot. The expandable pocket(s) on the front of the Retrospective 10 can be used to carry a spare pro size DSLR body or other photo gear. A small hook-and-loop flap folds over the top of the pocket to secure its contents. The Retrospective 10 has only one expandable pocket on the front of the bags.

Simply release the sound silencer panels and cover the hook-and-loop strips to prevent the hook-and-loop from contacting. A clear business card pocket, for identification and spare cards, is also located under the main flap. The "sound silencers" underneath the main flap are used to suppress the loud tearing sound hook-and-loop makes while opening and closing the bag. Hook-and-loop panels securely fastens the main flap down, keeping valuable photo equipment hidden from view. A wide storage pocket is located on the back of the Retrospective 10. This pocket can be used to carry magazines, newspapers, or other paperwork, depending on the size of the bag. Webbing loops on both sides of the Retrospective 10 can be used to carry some smaller pouches on the bag.

Alternatively, a carabiner (not included) can be used to quickly clip accessories to the sides of the bag as well. Side pockets on both sides of the Retrospective 10 can be used to carry smaller water bottles and will even fit some shoe-mounted strobe units. A fully adjustable, canvas strap is integrated into this Retrospective bag. For extra comfort, a breathable cushioned pad slides along the strap for optimum positioning. Sections of non-slip material on the pad helps keep the entire strap on your shoulder. The Retrospective 10 has a removable carrying handle for convenience. The seam-sealed rain cover included with the Retrospective 10 was specially designed to keep the carrying handle and integrated shoulder strap outside the rain cover without compromising protection from the elements.

The Think Tank Retrospective 10 is commonly used for Daily transport, Storage, Travel and more.The Think Tank Retrospective 10 is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Photo enthusiast among others.The Think Tank Retrospective 10 is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Think Tank Retrospective 10: Comfortable strap, Compact, Durable, Good protection and Lightweight

Think Tank Retrospective 10 Features

  • Minimalist outer appearance conceals expensive photo equipment
  • Carries a pro size DSLR with standard zoom lens attached
  • Accommodates 2-4 lenses in main compartment with DSLR body in front pocket
  • Front pocket fits a pro size DSLR (body only)
  • Organizer pocket built into main compartment for pens, note pad, batteries, etc.
  • Hook and Loop "Sound Silencers" on the front flap eliminate noise while opening the bag
  • Soft, adjustable shoulder strap with cushioned non-slip pad
  • Clear business card holder under front flap
  • Removable short carrying handle for convenience

Think Tank Retrospective 10 Specifications

Gear Profile
1 pro size DSLR with standard zoom lens attached and 1 - 3 additional lenses
1 pro size DLSR (body only) in front pocket and 2 - 4 lenses in main compartment
Photographer Profile
Photojournalists and travel photographers
Inner Dimension
12" W x 9.5" H x 6" D (30.5 x 24 x 15.2 cm)
Outer Dimension
13" W x 10.5" H x 7" D (33 x 26.7 x 17.8 cm)
Weight
3 lbs (1.4 kg)
Mfr #
750
SKU
TTR10GR

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4.5

(based on 19 reviews)

84%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Almost bullet-proof

My wife and I recently backpacked around Malaysia for 3 weeks. I needed a bag for daily use for the camera as well as for valuable items, such has passport, phone, money, airline tickets, water bottle, snacks etc. The weather was uncomfortable: 28 celsius every night and 36 celsius every day. The humidity was constantly between 90 and 100 percent. We travelled in buses, boats, trains, cars, aeroplanes and walked the crowded streets and alleys. I took 1400 pictures and the camera almost melted...

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My wife and I recently backpacked around Malaysia for 3 weeks. I needed a bag for daily use for the camera as well as for valuable items, such has passport, phone, money, airline tickets, water bottle, snacks etc. The weather was uncomfortable: 28 celsius every night and 36 celsius every day. The humidity was constantly between 90 and 100 percent. We travelled in buses, boats, trains, cars, aeroplanes and walked the crowded streets and alleys. I took 1400 pictures and the camera almost melted. Hence, this bag got a real workout. I wanted to be sure that nothing was stolen on the street or on crowded public transport. But, the Malaysians are beautiful people and I doubt whether they would steal anything. This bag would survive a war zone. With the large velcro pads to seal it up, anyone trying to get into it would be heard a mile away. The velcro is far, far better than zips. The impenetrability of the Retrospective 10 is both its greatest strength and greatest weakness. Getting a DSLR out in a hurry wasn't always done quickly. And for that I am thankful because I still have my camera and my memories. Everything about the bag is toughly made and, importantly, it is an anonymous looking object. The strap cannot be cut through. You cannot pull this bag apart. It cannot be pulled off your body. It is absolutely theft-proof and the attachable rain cover really does work. All the compartments are well sealed and hidden. It has 2 zippered pockets, one deep inside and one outside between the bag and your body. Both were unnoticeable. People carry on about the weight of this style of camera bag. Empty it is considerably light. It is the camera and everything else you stuff into it which makes it heavy. The strap is fantastic, but your shoulder really feels it after a few hours. Again, this is not the bag's problem. Yes, the Retrospective 10 is a biggish item and might be out of proportion for a small person to wear. I am big. I had no problems. I have only one suggestion to make. If it is not packed to full capacity, when you pull down the large outside flap, the matching velcro pads almost miss each other and they become about 5 percent effective. At the very least, the pads need to be extended to the bottom of the front of the bag. Some redesigning would be helpful. The inside material is strong, smooth and slippery. Nothing tore or wore through or got punctured. Rain did not get in. And, oddly enough, in the extreme humidity, it remained remarkably clean. This is a stunning item. I have been travelling and taking pictures for decades and I have seen nothing like it. Thank you Think Tank.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Great bag--consider the raincover

It's a great shooter's bag until you put the raincover on; with that on it's a storage bag. The raincover takes a while to get on too...so you better put it on early. It doesn't cover the back of the bag. Many users on forums (POTN) have thanked TT customer service. Recommend the bag, provided you consider the raincover and how it changes the way the bag functions.

Reviewed by 19 customers

 
5.0

Great small bag for SLR

By

Have numerous Think Tank bags. Bought these bags as a gift for a friend and for myself. Same professional quality and look in a smaller, more compact bag. Sale price was the hook, though.

 
5.0

Extremely comfortable & practical

By

Exactly what I have been looking for over the years! After purchasing over 10 bags finally I found the one that works for me 100%! I read about some complaints about the shoulder strap being too short. Well, they must have changed that. The strap I received is plenty long (I am 6'2") to go on the shoulder or across. I use it with a Nikon D750 with 28-300 lens mounted plus additional lenses (Nikon 24mm and Nikon 50mm) and an iPad. I must say that I am very happy with my purchase.

 
5.0

A very nice camera bag

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I have been looking for a camera bag that won't tell everyone that I have expensive camera and lenses in it. This bag is what I need. This bag is well built and looks good. There are also enough inside pockets for some personal items. I don't like to have a boring black color. So I decided to go for blue slate color. However, I was not sure about my choice when I place my order. I was very glad the color looked perfect to me when I received the bag.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Absolutely love this bag!

By

The interior accessories pocket is tight and not very deep compared to the Retrospective 20. If you use a 70-200mm sparingly (aka not needing it as a primary lens) then this is the bag for you. If your primary lens is a 70-200mm f2.8 or f4; recommend that you use the Retrospective 20. The Retrospective 10 will be a bit shallow and tight for a mounted 70-200mm.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Great bag

By

Love the style, construction and utility. Holds my for full kit of D7000, N80-200, Tokina11-16 and 35/1.8. Probably could get another lens and flash in. Oh, plus accessories (card,battery, pen, paper...) Tried for a while and returned with Adorama's fabulous return policy. Don't know how durable, but seems like it'll last even with average "abuse." Getting the 7. Wanted to carry iPad or small laptop occasionally.

 
4.0

Good for the streets

By

It's really great bag and tough as nails. I care the bag with me everywhere I go and even to work. There isn't even a lose thread anywhere. I normally a Low Pro user but heard the rage on Think Tank and had to give em a try. Not disappointed at all.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Perfect. It doesn't get any better.

By

I won't go over all the specs; the item description is accurate. However, and being a Domke fan/owner I thought I'd never hear myself say this -- this is the best camera bag you can purchase in this size range. When you receive the bag and begin going through all the features, you start to wonder why every other bag doesn't incorporate the same thoughtful design. This bag was, most assuredly, designed by an avid photographer. Excellent job Think Tank -- we'll do busniess again...

 
3.0

Great bag--consider the raincover

By

It's a great shooter's bag until you put the raincover on; with that on it's a storage bag. The raincover takes a while to get on too...so you better put it on early. It doesn't cover the back of the bag. Many users on forums (POTN) have thanked TT customer service. Recommend the bag, provided you consider the raincover and how it changes the way the bag functions.

 
4.0

Love this bag!

By

Great bag for camera, 1 extra lens, flash and accesories. love the "worn" canvas look. Positioning the internal dividers is a pain.

 
5.0

Think Tank does it again

By

I have a Think tank Retrospective 30 that I use when traveling on a plane. I needed something smaller for going out and shooting around town. This fit what I needed. I can fit 3 lenses in it and my camera body, plus all needed extras. I recommend this bag to anyone wanting something that doesn't call out, I am a Camera bag.

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Shopper  Is the only difference between this version and the black one the color?
ELIA L  As long as the number is the same, so is the bag. The Retrospective 10 Pinestone and Black are exactly the same except for the color.
Shopper  Is the only difference between this version and the black one the color?
ELIA L  As long as the number is the same, so is the bag. The Retrospective 10 Pinestone and Black are exactly the same except for the color.
Shopper  How about protection for the gear? Can it be banged around to some extent without the equipment inside being damaged? How does it compare to the ultra-light V2.0 in terms of capacity and safety?
DAVID D  I would think the bag offers as much protection as the normal looking black bags in the market. I just returned from a wedding in Mexico involving 4f flights with a 5DII, four lens and 2flash units packed in the bag. All was fine with no problems.
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