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Think Tank Vision Shoulder Bags Announced

Think Tank Vision shoulder bags - California based manufacturer Think Tank has announced a new series of shoulder bags for DSLR and mirrorless kit users.

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Think Tank Vision

Think Tank has announced a new series of shoulder bags for mirrorless and DSLR photographers. 

Think Tank say the bags are designed for capacity and security, with zippered top closure for additional weather and security protection. A wide variety of kit can fit into the bags with a customisable padded divider system. Three different sizes are available:

Think Tank's Vision bag range

  • Vision 10: Fits one standard size body with a wide or short zoom plus 1–2 small extra lens, 10" tablet. Fits 24–70mm f/2.8 detached. OR fits a Mirrorless kit with 3-4 lenses including the 50-140mm.
  • Vision 13: Fits one standard size body with a 24–70mm attached + 1–3 extra lenses, and a 10" tablet. Accommodates 70–200 detached.
  • Vision 15: Fits one standard size body with a 24–70mm attached, 2–4 extra lenses, flash, a 10" tablet and a 15” laptop. Accommodates 70–200mm detached.

A luggage handle pass-through and reinforced top grab handle make the Vision a versatile traveling companion when attached to your roller. Other standout features include a comfortable shoulder strap, waterproof tarpaulin bottom, expandable water bottle pocket and a rain cover. They are constructed with durable yet stylish weather-resistant materials.

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