Think Tank Photo Retrospective Shoulder Bags
Think Tank Photo upgraded Retrospective Shoulder Bags feature increased photography gear security as well as lighter weight.
My friends at Think Tank Photo have just released Version 2.0 of what may be the most popular shoulder bags in photo industry history, the Retrospective V2.0. The Retrospective V2.0 retain their classic look but include many innovative new features. Keeping the soft, form-fitting design, they are lighter than the original. For greater security, they added a zippered opening under the main flap that tucks away when not in use. Each bag has a dedicated interior tablet or laptop pocket, luggage handle pass-through, and a compressible water bottle pocket. They even improved their “Sound Silencer” technology to help you work quietly. Be sure to use the link below to order as you will receive free gear and free shipping!
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Thanks for the quick review. I personally like the lighter shoulder bags, so I’m happy to hear this new version is slimmer and not as heavy. Super helpful and informative post, but also enjoyable to read. Great job and thanks for sharing!
Using a mirrorless system myself, but I really like the look of these and the retrospective 6. Thanks for introducing them to me.
Now I just need to justify replacing my existing bag 🙂
I love their bags. Had a retrospective for three years and it’s bullet proof. Well, not quite, but you know what I mean. I just wished they made them in black.