The Retrospective 5
This bag is perfect for my micro 4/3′s cameras and the gear and lenses that I normally carry around. I’ve been looking for a bag that isn’t gaudy or too overstated as a camera bag. I really like the old school look of vintage bags but need the new school features. I had been combing the internet when Think Tank popped up and I found my Eleanor. Think Tank’s Retrospective series is comprised of four shoulder bags and two lens changer bags.
Let’s take a look at what makes the Retrospective 5 such a unique camera bag.
The color and outside appliance blends in as an everyday bag. The small size makes it easy to travel light with and keep all of your essentials by your side. All of the dividers inside the bag are removable so the interior can be customized to your set of gear. A pretty cool feature is the “Sound Silencers” underneath the main flap that eliminate the loud tearing sound velcro makes while opening the bag. You simply release the Sound Silencer panels and cover the velcro strips. There are just enough compartments to keep the bag small and it comes with a rain coat to keep your gear dry.
Every strap on this bag is adjustable and the carrying handle can be removed.
The retrospective series comes in both Pinestone or Black. For product, click HERE
When I saw this product, I knew I had to have it because I’ve never seen anything like this before. The Think Tank shoulder harness will convert any bag with handles into a backpack so you can go hands free and travel easier.
While compatible with Think Tank’s Urban Disguise bag and their support straps, this shoulder harness can really hook up to any of their bags with handles, which I really love. For product, click HERE
• Adjustable sternum strap for stability
• Hook-and-loop flap conceals and reinforces rear buckle
• Stretchable pockets and D-rings on shoulder pads for small accessories
• Fully adjustable and easily compressed for travel (storage bag included)