Think Tank Urban Disguise 35 V2.0 Shoulder Bag - Holds DSLR with 70-200 2.8 Attached + 10 to 13" Netbook/Laptop

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About Think Tank

This is the perfect size for photographers on the go, since it holds up to a 13.3" laptop with a standard-size SLR or up to a 10" laptop with a Pro-size SLR with lens attached. It features a large opening for easy access to equipment and can be attached to a roller. It can be used as a backpack with the Shoulder Harness (sold separately).

Summary of Customer Reviews

(9)
Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Pros:
Comfortable strap (7),Lots of pockets and features (7),Good protection (6),Rugged (5),Weather proof (4)
Best Uses:
Commuting (6),Travel (5),Heavy duty protection (3)
Reviewer Profile:
Practical (6),Stylish (6)

Think Tank Features

  • Front Pocket: Holds Additional Pro-Size SLR. The Urban Disguise 35 can hold a pro-size SLR in the front pocket. When removed, the pocket lies flat, reducing bulk while you are shooting
  • Stretchable side pockets: The pockets on either side of the bag stretch so you can put items into them like cell phones, strobes and even smaller water bottles. They'll hold almost anything that you need immediate access to
  • Business card slot: The back of the bag has a slot big enough to hold many business cards at the same time so you can give them away to clients and friends
  • Urban Disguise 35 feature a slot that allows you to secure the bag to your roller. The zipper on the bottom of rear slot converts it into a regular pocket. The tab on the bottom secures it so that it won't accidentally unzip
  • Seam-sealed rain cover: All sizes of the Urban Disguise feature a seam-sealed rain cover that protects the bag from dust, water, snow and other potentially harmful elements. "Seam-sealed" means that a special water proof tape is applied to the inside seams to make the stitching waterproof
  • Real leather handles: Each size features real leather handles for both comfort and long term durability. The handles are not connected with a snaps or by other means, allowing you to get your gear out of the bag as quickly as possible
  • YKK zippers and ballistic nylon: As zippers are one of the most vital features of any bag, Think Tank use only the highest quality zippers and sliders made from YKK. The fabric is ballistic nylon for durability and a professional look and feel

Think Tank Specifications

Inner Dimensions (W x H x D)
10" x 13.25" x 4.25 - 6" / 25.5 x 33.5 x 11 - 15 cm
Laptop Compartment Dimensions(W x H x D)
10" x 13.5" x 1.5" / 25.5 x 33.5 x 4 cm
External Dimensions (W x H x D)
10.5" x 13.5" x 6" 26.5 x 34.5 x 15 cm
Weight
1 lb 8 oz / 2 lbs 6 oz / 1200 - 1400 g

Reviews about this item

Review Snapshot®

 
4.6

(based on 9 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Ratings Distribution

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    (6)

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  • 3 Stars

     

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Great bag for my gear!

I have several Think Tank bags. I have used my Urban Disguise 30 the most, but it is difficult to use a 70-200 with that bag! This upgrade (and larger) bag allows room for the 70-200 attached along with extra space for my 4x6 filters and various other accessories that I couldn't carry before. I added on the accessory straps (to carry my tripod) and optional flash case.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Lukewarm

It's what I anticipated for a ThinkTank item: cool-looking (read: basic black) and durable. But there isn't much beyond that. There are a lot of pockets, which is fantastic, even one for a laptop. However, if all the pockets are all filled, there is no way I could carry the bag for more than half an hour without my neck being sore. If you are built like The Hulk, it's fantastic. For regular folks with a few minor injuries, like me, it's a great bag, but I advise that you don't fill it to the ...

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It's what I anticipated for a ThinkTank item: cool-looking (read: basic black) and durable. But there isn't much beyond that. There are a lot of pockets, which is fantastic, even one for a laptop. However, if all the pockets are all filled, there is no way I could carry the bag for more than half an hour without my neck being sore. If you are built like The Hulk, it's fantastic. For regular folks with a few minor injuries, like me, it's a great bag, but I advise that you don't fill it to the max.

Reviewed by 9 customers

 
5.0

Great Product

By

from Hutchinson, KS  -  Amateur Photographer

I'm a big fan of Think Tank bags. I now have 4 of them and all have exceeded by expectations. First, they don't look like camera bags. Second, I can carry my Nikon D600 with the 70-200mm lens attached in this bag. Third, there are lots of pockets for small items like extra cards. As for things not so great, the only thing I can say is that the bag can get pretty heavy if I carry too many lenses in it, so I bought a roller bag for travel and use this one for short trips around town carrying only the equipment I need.

 
4.0

Love this bag

By

from Florida  -  Stylish

It's light, but sturdy. It is spacious using 2-3 lenses plus camera. The bag also carries my 13 inch Mac Pro. Since the bag is light and my equipment is on the heavier size, it is more useful. I can also use this bag for other purposes. I added extra padding for my equipment. I recommend this bag.

 
5.0

Amazing amount of room in this bag!

By

from Central Illinois  -  Practical

I got this along with an Airport 4 site on a black friday special. I needed the roller bag and to get this along with it was an added bonus. To be honest, I'm more excited about what this bag can do than the roller! I can wedge an amazing amount of gear into this small(ish) bag. Once again, ThinkTank has created a piece camera bag magic! I keep a D3s with a 70-200 attached, a 24-70, speedlight, tons of accessories and still have room for more. Integrated tablet pocket tops it all off. This ones a winner! Only detraction at all I could think of is not alot of equipment padding, but it's not really designed to use when rattling around.

 
3.0

Lukewarm

By

from San Francisco, CA

It's what I anticipated for a ThinkTank item: cool-looking (read: basic black) and durable. But there isn't much beyond that. There are a lot of pockets, which is fantastic, even one for a laptop. However, if all the pockets are all filled, there is no way I could carry the bag for more than half an hour without my neck being sore. If you are built like The Hulk, it's fantastic. For regular folks with a few minor injuries, like me, it's a great bag, but I advise that you don't fill it to the max.

 
5.0

Just AWESOME!!!!

By

from Florida  -  Stylish

Best bag i ever had!!!! This is a professional's bag! easy to carry, and i am able to put a body, 2 prime lenses and one flash. i recommend it!

 
4.0

Versatile and well made bag!

By

from midwest cornfields  -  Practical

The Think Tank Urban Disguise 35 V2.0 Shoulder Bag is of good quality and is well designed. I have several types of bags (too many actually) so that I have the right bag for the right job. This one fills a need of "not too much yet not too little". I like that it has a back that will either hold some paperwork, magazines, etc. or the bottom will zip open to allow the bag to slide over a roller bag's handle (very nice). I can carry my macbook and my camera gear in a pro-designed bag that is built to last and to protect my gear. This bag will be too small for most pros to use as their only bag but works well for running and gunning with your main gear (back-ups, etc. stay in the roller bag of your choice). The bag is deep, so those with a 24-70 2.8 or 70-200 2.8 mounted to your DSLR will like this feature. It also has the option of using a battery grip (or pro body like the D4). Again, it's well designed. If, like me, you use smaller primes, you may need to dig a bit to get to the bottom of the bag, but it's no biggie for me. Check the dimensions and the specs. If it looks like this bag would work well for you, then you won't be disappointed with quality. If you have two full frame bodies a pair of 2.8 zooms and a laptop, a couple of flashes, and many accessories, this bag is way too small for you. Summary: two thumbs up!

 
5.0

Excellent Bag - Perfect Size

By

from Raleigh  -  Practical

This bag is the perfect size to carry my D7000 with the 70-200 f2.8 attached without getting too big.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great bag for my gear!

By

from Northern suburbs of Chicago

I have several Think Tank bags. I have used my Urban Disguise 30 the most, but it is difficult to use a 70-200 with that bag! This upgrade (and larger) bag allows room for the 70-200 attached along with extra space for my 4x6 filters and various other accessories that I couldn't carry before. I added on the accessory straps (to carry my tripod) and optional flash case.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Awesome 1-2 Lens/1 Body camera bag

By

from Pasadena, CA  -  Semi-Pro

This was my primary bag as I drove Route 66 from Chicago, IL to Santa Monica, CA. It was important for me to be able to remove the camera from the bag rapidly and fire off a few exposures before returning the to car and covering more ground. The bag was awesome as an in and out carrier for a pro-sized camera. I loved having the compartment meant for computers as a location to store a full sized notepad for on the road note taking. As a Canon shooter, I kept in the bag a gripped 5DII and a 24-105 F4/IS lens with the lens hood attached. I also kept a blower and a 50mm F1.4. This bag performed marvelously. It was money well spent.

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