Think Tank Photo StreetWalker Pro V1 Backpack (Black)

Think Tank Photo StreetWalker Pro V1 Backpack (Black)

Think Tank Photo StreetWalker Pro V1 Backpack (Black)

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Product Highlights

  • Holds DSLR with 70-200, 4 Lenses, Flash
  • Padded, Touch-Fastened Interior Dividers
  • Dual Side Pockets
  • Exterior Front Pockets & Organizer
  • Tripod Cup for Securing Base of Tripod
  • Waist Belt, Shoulder Straps & Connector
  • ID Card Holder
  • 1680D Ballistic Nylon Construction
  • Included Rain Cover & Tripod Strap
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Think Tank Photo StreetWalker Pro Overview

  • 1Description

Take your photography gear on the road with the versatile, well made, black StreetWalker Pro V1 Backpack from Think Tank. Inside the spacious, padded, zippered main compartment are touch-fastening dividers for organizing a gripped pro DSLR with attached 70-200mm f/2.8 lens, four additional lenses, a flash, and the included rain cover. Under the lid are clear-mesh zip pockets for accessories. On the front of the pack are an adjustable quick release strap and a tripod cup complemented by a tripod strap, for attaching a medium-sized tripod.

Also on the exterior front of the pack are two zippered front pockets. The upper one has an organizer panel for smaller items such as pens, batteries, memory cards, and a cell phone. Dual zippered pockets on either side of the pack have matching stretch pockets for storing a water bottle, gloves, or other gear. On top of the pack is an ID card holder and a padded grip handle. For added security, the YKK zipper pulls can accept a user-supplied, optional padlock.

The StreetWalker Pro V1 Backpack is comfortably worn with the padded shoulder straps, chest connector, and removable waist belt. Stretch pockets on the shoulder straps are useful for storing sunglasses or other small items. Above each pocket is a D-ring for attaching a front-mounted camera or other gear. Photographers will greatly appreciate the breathable air-mesh back panel, lumbar support, and cooling air channels. For strength and durability, the pack is constructed from 1680D ballistic nylon, closed-cell PU foam, water-repellent coatings, and antique nickel-plated metal hardware.

Bottom front pocket can be used to carry a tripod or monopod (tripod strap included). A pop-out tripod cup is built-in for carrying a larger tripod.
Think Tank's Thin Skin Belt, Pro Speed Belt, or Steroid Speed Belt (sold separately) can be attached for carrying Modular, Skin, or Multimedia components. The belts allow you to keep gear around your waist, where it's most accessible.
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Think Tank Photo StreetWalker Pro V1 Backpack (Black)
  • Rain Cover
  • Tripod Strap
  • Waist Belt
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
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    Think Tank Photo StreetWalker Pro Specs

    Carrying/Transport Options Backpack Straps, Top Handle, Waist Belt
    Camera Support Strap Tripod
    Exterior
    Exterior Dimensions 10 x 17.5 x 7.5" / 25.4 x 44.5 x 19.1 cm
    Exterior Material Nylon, Polyester, Polyurethane
    Type of Closure Zipper
    Water Resistance Rain Cover
    Interior
    Interior Dimensions 9.5 x 16.5 x 7" / 24.1 x 41.9 x 17.8 cm
    Interior Material Foam, Nylon, Polyethylene, Polyurethane
    Weight 2.6 lb / 1.2 kg (Empty)
    3.4 lb / 1.5 kg (Including Parts)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 5.25 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 19.7 x 11.4 x 10.9"

    Think Tank Photo StreetWalker Pro Reviews

    StreetWalker Pro V1 Backpack (Black) is rated 4.9 out of 5 by 70.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic Backpack I have used my new StreetWalker Pro backer three time, and I am loving it.? It holds my Lumix G9 with 12-60 mm zoom easily in one compartment, a 85mm Macro lens, a 45 mm Macro lens, a 7-14 mm Wide Angle lens and an 8mm Fisheye lens.? The other? 3 compartment hold a focusing rail, battery pouch, and extra memory cards pouch.? I keep filters in the 2 zippered pouches.? The exterior compartments hold water and snacks, and the rain cover and my rain jacket.? My tripod is held securely on the front.? All this gear is easy on my back and shoulders with comfortable straps. ? I definitely recommend this well made backpack to anyone needing to carry a pro camera and several lenses, along with hiking necessities.
    Date published: 2018-06-01
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very comfortable I wanted a bag that I could carry my 150 to 600 mm attached as well as some other gear. I've carried the 150 to 600 attached to my D810, two more lenses,an extra body, tripod and more. With all of that it was still comfortable for me to carry. I'm about a 5'6" female, I'm not as strong as I used to be... So a comfortable pack makes the difference between getting out there to shoot or not.
    Date published: 2018-05-22
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from excellent backpak Moved to this backpack as my previous one could not handle my 5DIII and 70-200 attached. It was always a pain to change it out and I currently shoot 90% with my 70-200. Quality is fantastic. I couldn't be happier - especially with the close-out pricing. It has plenty of storage for my needs and I like the integrated pocket and strap for my bipod.
    Date published: 2018-05-09
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great photo back pack! This back pack is terrific! It holds a lot of equipment & balances & feels well on your back. Another high quality product from ThinkTank!
    Date published: 2018-05-06
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Think Tank Can't go wrong with a Think Tank Bag
    Date published: 2018-05-04
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from great versatility I've been looking at backpacks for my gear for a long time. I wasn't sure I needed one but a few recent shoots would have been much easier if I'd had one. I am a big believer in Think Tank gear. It's all well made, well thought out and extremely durable. This pack is no different. It'll hold more than I expected. I didn't buy it to carry everything but just to carry what I need for a quick shoot. I found it to be very comfortable. I liked the way the tripod pocket works. There are a lot of ways to connect more gear on the outside of the pack. I didn't think I would use them but I am and was very pleased. It rides well on my 5'9" back. ?It is exactly what I wanted and more.
    Date published: 2018-04-23
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for zoom lens This is a very well made backpack. It does? not look too big and will sit upright if needed. I looked at a lot of packs before choosing this one. I needed one that would hold a Nikon D500 with the Nikon 200-500 zoom attached. There is room left for another lens, two flashes and filters.
    Date published: 2018-02-15
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great choice This pack is all I was hoping for. I chose it after over two weeks of online comparison shopping and reading reviews. It fits my two Nikon camera bodies with two Tamron lenses (18-270 mm & 150-600 mm) attached, Nikon 55-200 lens, batteries, and other miscellaneous bits. I feared it might be bulky but its narrowish width means I don't bang into my surroundings and it fits me well. I'm about 5'5" and it rides to my lower back but the padding and curve of it makes it snug and comfortable. The shoulder straps are secure and nicely padded. It's very well built: the zippers work smoothly and the overall construction is solid. I like this pack well enough that I wear it for daily 2 mile walks with about 12 pounds of gear. After about a month of use no regrets here.
    Date published: 2018-02-14
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    question

    will a d750 with a bettery grip fit into this bag?
    Asked by: Mike B.
    Yes
    Answered by: Nicholas P.
    Date published: 2018-08-28

    question

    will think tank streetwalker pro fit nikon 200-500 with D810 attached? or not?
    Asked by: charlie y.
    My Tamron 150-600 mm fits on the same side of the bag as my Canon with standard lens attached. I love the bag!
    Answered by: Rollin H.
    Date published: 2018-08-28

    question

    Does it feature quick access side panels? like flip strap off one shoulder, to access the camera, without setting it down?
    Asked by: Kim
    No it doesn't.
    Answered by: XIAOHUA L.
    Date published: 2018-08-28

    question

    I'll be traveling to Europe next year. I'll be taking a Nikon D750 along with the following lenses - Nikon 24-120mm F4, Nikon 70-300mm F3.5/5.6, Nikon 85mm F1.8, Nikon 50mm 1.8G, and a Nikon 20mm F1.8. I also have accessories - memory cards, spare batteries, filters, a battery charger, and a Hoodman Loupe. I'm looking for a backpack that's comfortable, can hold my gear, as well as qualify as a carry on. I also plan on vacationing in Utah next fall and hiking some of the National Parks. I'm hoping this bag will fulfill my needs for both trips. I realize it's tough to find a backpack that can do both. Does anyone foresee any problems? Thanks
    Asked by: Michael
    It should be OK. I carry my 5D3+grip+70-200/2.8 attached, 24-70, 16-35, 1.4X TC and Fuji X-T2+grip+35/2.0. Additional memory cards, batteries, rocket blaster, cleaner.
    Answered by: HJALMAR G.
    Date published: 2018-08-28

    question

    What is the difference between streetwalker PRO and streetwalker?
    Asked by: Dennis W.
    When you open the pack up the compartments are deeper. I can put a flash unit (bent at 90 degrees with the shoe pointed up) or many lenses (wide to short tele) vertically into the compartments. The Streetwalker is shorter and you would have to lay those items on their sides. The pro can be set down on it's bottom and not fall over. Had no idea how nice that would be till I did a job where I moved around constantly and only the bottom of the pack got filthy (not the part that goes against my back).
    Answered by: Dan D.
    Date published: 2018-08-28

    question

    Will this bag fit the MeFoto Globetrotter tripod + a camera body and two primes?
    Asked by: Daniel G.
    This bag is great and fits a lot of gear. It would depend on the dimensions of your lenses. I have found that it fits most anything that I want to carry.
    Answered by: Kathryn R.
    Date published: 2019-01-17

    question

    Will this fit the Olympus OMD-EM5 II attached to the Olympus 300mm pro along with the 40-150 mm lens and maybe the 12-40 mm lens?
    Asked by: Jennifer
    The backpack accepts my Canon 7D with the 300mm lens attached with some room to spare. You could possibly add 2 more lenses with the dividers provided in the backpack.I great user friendly backpack,money well spent.
    Answered by: GENE F.
    Date published: 2018-08-28

    question

    will it accommodate nikon d810 +nikon 300 f2.8 with 1.4 convertor?
    Asked by: Naresh Chandra D.
    Naresh...good question, but I don't know the answer, partly because I use Canon. The longest lens I currently have is the 70-200 f4, and there's plenty of room for it. I guess one would need to know if you were planning to carry the cam+lens together? In any event, I would suggest asking either B&H's customer support folks--they're very good--or ThinkTank's.
    Answered by: Henry W.
    Date published: 2018-08-28
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