Think Tank Retrospective 7 Shoulder Bag for Standard DSLR with iPad, Pinestone

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About Think Tank

The Think Tank Retrospective 7 (Pinestone) Shoulder Bag is designed for standard DSLR systems. Included is a rear pocket, which will hold your iPad or an 11" Mac-Book Air. The designers paired this classic design along with modern improvements to create the perfect shooter's bag. This lightweight shoulder bag comes in two fabrics that both offer a unique look and feel. Ergonomically designed to conform to your body, the Retrospective 7 is comfortable to walk with and provides quick access to your gear. Classic styling ensures that your gear goes unnoticed.

With its subtle styling, generous capacity and comfort, the Retrospective 7 has quickly become one of the leading bag collections in the industry. Working pros to vacationers, all will find the Retrospective 7 to be the most useful and functional bag for a day's outing. Combining the broad appeal of the Retrospective design with a versatile new size, the Retrospective 7 is a bag for your everyday demands.

Summary of Customer Reviews

(4)
Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Pros:
Good protection (4),Durable (3)
Best Uses:
Daily transport (4),Travel (3)

Think Tank Features

  • Perfectly suited for standard DSLRs with a pocket for an iPad/11" MacBook Air
  • Sound Silencers to turn off the front flap hook and loop for silent operation
  • Cushioned and padded nonslip shoulder strap for all day comfort
  • Organizational and zippered pockets for accessories
  • Removable divider set for custom layouts
  • Convenient carrying handle for grab and go
  • Seam sealed rain cover
  • Expandable front pocket for DSLR body or accessories
  • Business card slot under the front flap for identification
  • High quality YKK zippers
  • Soft, flexible, lightweight

Think Tank Specifications

Compatibility
Standard DSLR Systems
Exterior
Fabric exterior treated with DWR while fabric underside is coated with PU for superior water resistance, poly 1100D spun, antique nickel plated metal hardware, YKK RC Fuse (abrasion resistant) zippers, nylon webbing, 3-ply bonded nylon thread
Interior
Removable closed cell foam inserts with PE board stiffener, 210D silver-toned nylon, PU backed velex, 2x PU coated nylon 210T seam-sealed taffeta rain cover, 3-ply bonded nylon thread
Internal Dimensions (W x H x D)
12.5" x 8.8" x 5" (317.5mm x 223.52mm x 127mm)
External Dimensions (W x H x D)
13.5" x 9.5" x 7" (342.9mm x 241.3mm x 177.8mm)
Weight
2 to 3 lbs (0.90 to 1.36 kg)
Mfr #
747
SKU
TTR7GR

Reviews about this item

Reviewed by 4 customers

 
5.0

lens carry case

By

from Albany, CA  -  Semi-pro Photographer

I use this bag to carry my lens assortment: this includes (all AF-D Nikkors except the last...) a 20, 35, 35-105 (non-D), 50, 200micro and a promaster 100-400. The camera these go on (varies, sometimes an F4, more often a D610) is shoulder carried, not in the bag. The "ipad" pocket is used to carry my passport, and any paper copies of photos I need to carry.

 
5.0

Excellent Quality - Perfect Size

By

from Sacramento, CA  -  Semi-pro Photographer

I'm trying to be better about taking my DSLR "everywhere" - and now I have a bag that looks more like a messenger bag, that fits my wallet, iPhone, misc. paperwork ... as well as my Canon Mark III with lens! Most importantly - the craftsmanship (rugged, durable, padded on the inside) makes me less worried about toting it all over town. It's a comfortable fit across my body and all the additional pockets makes for easy access to whatever I need. The side pockets (on either end) are a bit snug, so I have to take care in what I insert as it can be cumbersome pulling out my iPhone, etc - but I imagine that could ease up over time. Perfect color and shape; it doesn't scream I'M A CAMERA BAG COME STEAL ME. I love it! :-)

 
5.0

One complaint--make Polaroid options :)

By

from SC  -  Photo Enthusiast

I use my Thinktank Retrospective and Lowepro Roller X100 all the time. I've mixed and matchd the velcro dividers to do what I need--carry a Nikon F4, a Polaroid 250, an SX-70, a Spectra, and a Big Shot. As you can guess, my one complaint is that neither Thinktank nor Lowepro have laid out their cases specifically for Polaroid users. Yes, we're in a minority, but there are a lot us and NOBODY makes anything for our needs. Be the one that does, promote it, and clean up on sales. It would be a simple deal to offer an accessory fit-out kit for Polaroid users. There aren't many of us, but we haven't got anything ideal. Especially, I'd like to see a compartment/layout rigged for storing lots of pack film. The little orange bag in the Lowepro is deal for storing all packfilm lenses/viewfinder adapters. But, it could use a larger zippable bag, just like the little orange one, for Magicubes/Flashbars. Most of all, either the Lowepro or the Thinktank could use a well-designed hard plastic box with spacers to slide in and hold 10-20 packfilm pics (3.25 x 4.25) so they can dry separately without sticking together. Come up with a Polaroid option kit to fit into either existing product line for holding flashes bulbs and a good drying option for packfilm pics and I'd buy it in a heartbeat.

 
5.0

Don't needk to think twice

By

from New England  -  Photo Enthusiast

I love the size of this bag, the look and the ease of use. It is comfortable for a woman to carry as a shoulder bag or cross body bag. It doesn't scream "camera bag" and in the Pinestone color it looks similar to a World War II flight bag. It holds a Nikon D7100 with 18-200 lens and hood, extra lenses, extra battery and charger with some room to spare. The bag is well padded and well constructed. The padded zippered back pocket can easily fit my iPad or even MacBook Air. There is room for a cell phone, ID, cash and a credit card or two. The bag is perfect for my use.

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Shopper  Will T4i with battery grip fit in this bag without bulk?
ANDERSON W  Less is more. T4i? Do you mean the Canon T4i? Assuming yes, do you mean the Canon brand battery grip, BG-8E? Assuming yes, with which lens? And what does "without bulk" mean? No unsightly bulges? At this point, it depends. From the ThinkTank item description at Adorama, it says, "... designed for standard DSLR systems." Is that your Canon? Sounds like it to me. If you already own the assumed Canon, lens, grip, and accessories, you know their dimensions, or you can measure them? If not, go to the Canon camera and accessories section at Adorama and look under Tech Specs for ... Dimensions. You can do the same with the ThinkTank Retrospective 7 bag. Find the link and look under Tech Specs for ... Dimensions. (While you're at it, look at the Retrospective 5.) You also can search The Google and find the Think Tank website. There you can see photos with the bag open and inside contents displayed (along with a very handsome man and his camel). But, of course, you would buy the bag from Adorama. Not only is Think Tank out of stock (as of 12/18/12), but you'd pay shipping from Think Tank, where at Adorama, shipping is free. OK, back to the question: What do you plan to carry in addition to the camera, grip, and perhaps a lens? A strobe, perhaps? Spare battery ... or is that in the grip? Spare memory card? At this point, you're the only one who can decide whether there's enough room in the bag for your camera, lenses, and other equipment. Remember the bag has a kangaroo pouch in the front, a slim pocket along the back of the bag, and internal side pockets. Less is more.
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