Think Tank Photo Retrospective 10 Shoulder Bag (Sandstone)

BH #THRET10SDSTN • MFR #715
Think Tank Photo Retrospective 10 Shoulder Bag (Sandstone)
Key Features
  • For 1 Pro DSLR/Standard,Zoom,1-3 Lenses
  • For 1 Pro DSLR Body, 2-4 Lenses
  • Sound Silencers Eliminate Opening Noises
  • Main Flap Covers Bag / Hides Gear
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The sandstone Retrospective 10 Shoulder Bag from Think Tank is a small, discreet and simple bag designed for the photographer who carries a small system like one pro DSLR with a standard zoom plus 1-3 lenses. Or, it can hold a pro DSLR and 2-4 lenses in the main compartment. The interior dividers are customizable to accommodate the gear you carry on any given day.
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Think Tank Photo Retrospective 10 Overview

The sandstone Retrospective 10 Shoulder Bag from Think Tank is a small, discreet and simple bag designed for the photographer who carries a small system like one pro DSLR with a standard zoom plus 1-3 lenses. Or, it can hold a pro DSLR and 2-4 lenses in the main compartment. The interior dividers are customizable to accommodate the gear you carry on any given day.

The large front flap covers the entire bag and prevents anyone from seeing what's inside. The hook & loop closure is unique with its Sound Silencer system that eliminate the tearing sound normally encountered when you open a camera bag. This is especially valuable when you are shooting in quiet venues like courts, wedding services or chess matches.

The inside of the bag contains an organizer pocket that is perfect for a note pad, mic, or small pack of tissues. Two collapsible nylon pockets are inside and are designed to hold a flash or other similar sized accessory.

Outside, an expandable pocket is large enough for a regular size DSLR body. The back of bag has a wide storage pocket that is made to hold collateral material like paperwork, maps or a note pad. Additional webbing loops are found outside to hold some small Modular, Skin or Multimedia pouches. Or, you can attach a carabiner to it for quick access items like keys. Two side pockets will hold small water bottles or even some small shoe-mount strobe lights. Under the main flap, you have a business card holder.

The carry handle is removable and the shoulder strap contains some non-slip material to keep the bag stable while moving. There's also a breathable cushioned pad along the strap to aid in positioning.

For complete protection, there's a neat rain cover that can be rapidly deployed when the weather turns sour. The cover has been configured to allow the handle and strap to extend but not interfere with the security of your gear. The Retrospective is backed by Think Tank's lifetime warranty against manufacturer's defects.

The exterior of each Retrospective shoulder bag is purposefully simple, allowing photographers to inconspicuously blend into their shooting environment
The "Sound Silencers" underneath the main flap eliminate the loud tearing sound hook-and-loop makes while opening the bag. Simply release the Sound Silencer panels and cover the hook-and-loop strips to prevent the hook-and-loop from contacting
A clear business card pocket, for identification and spare cards, is located under the main flap
Hook-and-loop panels securely fastens the main flap down keeping valuable photo equipment hidden from view
An organizer pocket is located inside the main compartment. It gives photographers enough space for small, but significant, accessories necessary for a successful shoot
All the dividers inside the bag are removable so the interior can be customized to any photographer's set of gear
Inside the main compartment are two collapsible nylon pockets (one on each side). These pockets are tall enough to fit most flash units or other accessories. A hook-and-loop strap can be used to secure the contents or it can be tucked into the pocket for quicker access
An expandable pocket on the front of the Retrospective can be used to carry a regular size DSLR body
A wide storage pocket is located on the back of the Retrospective. This pocket can be used to carry small maps, booklets or other paperwork
Removable carrying handle
A fully adjustable, canvas strap is integrated into the bag. For extra comfort, a breathable cushioned pad slides along the strap for optimum positioning. Sections of non-slip material on the pad helps keep the entire strap on your shoulder
Webbing loops on both sides of the Retrospective can be used to carry some small Modular, Skin or Multimedia pouches on the side of the bag. Alternatively, a carabiner (not included) can be used to quickly clip accessories to the sides of the bag as well
Side pockets on both sides can be used to carry smaller water bottles and will even fit some shoe-mounted strobe units
The included seam-sealed rain cover was specially designed to keep the carrying handle and integrated shoulder strap outside the rain cover without compromising protection from the elements

Compatibility

One pro size DSLR with standard zoom and 1-3 lenses in the main compartment
One pro DSLR and 2-4 lenses in the main compartment

Carry-On Form Factor

FAA and airline carry-on specifications are subject to change without notice, please check with your airline before designating this case as a carry-on item. Most airlines require carry-on items to have an external linear measurement that is equal to or less than 45.0" (114.3 cm). The external dimensions of this case add up to 30.5" (77.5 cm)

Think Tank Photo Retrospective 10 Specs

Carrying/Transport OptionsHandle, Shoulder Strap
FeaturesTablet Pocket
Exterior
Exterior MaterialCanvas
Exterior Dimensions13 x 7 x 10.5" / 33 x 17.8 x 26.7 cm
Type of ClosureHook-and-Loop
Water ResistanceRain Cover
Interior
Interior Dimensions12 x 6 x 9.5" / 30.5 x 15.2 x 24.1 cm
Weight3.0 lb / 1.4 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight3.445 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)16.7 x 11.55 x 9.4"
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If you use the "Sound Silencer" to cover the ...

If you use the "Sound Silencer" to cover the velcro, is there anything else to keep the top flap closed?
Asked by: David
We're afraid not. Keep in mind that this feature is designed for those times when you plan on actively changing lenses, but do not want anyone to hear the bag. You will need to make sure to secure the velcro strips again once you are using the bag for storage rather than as an active shooting accessory.
Answered by: Joseph
Date published: 2019-02-06

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is the top flap held by velcro?
Asked by: Greg N.
Yes, the top flap has a hook-and-loop style closure to keep it secured.
Answered by: Lisa S.
Date published: 2019-02-06

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Does anyone think my D500 with the 70-200mm f/4 attached will fit? I see the 20 recommended for the 2.8. Thank you in advance.
Asked by: Gordon C.
Unfortunately, this bag is not deep enough to accommodate a Nikon D500 with a Nikon 70-200mm f/4 attached. However, it can accommodate the 70-200mm f/4 in one compartment while the camera is in the other.
Answered by: Kirk R.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Are the interior dividers in the Retrospective 10/20/30 wider than the dividers in the Retrospective 7?
Asked by: Greg
Yes, I think so. I usually carry my Nikon D850 with my Nikon 70-200 F2.8, 24-70 F2.8 and 14-24 F2.8. I have one of the three lenss on the camera, with the other two lenss in the side pouches.
Answered by: Drake O.
Date published: 2018-08-26

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Will this fit a 6D mark II with battery grip and a 24-70 2.8 and 70-200 2.8?
Asked by: Ralph A.
Likely. I use the Canon 5D3 and frequently have the 24-70 2.8 attached and it fits. Its a very roomy bag with a very comfortable strap. I carried it in China including a few miles on the Great Wall and it was great. The canvas aspect of it allows less sliding around your body when walking. The flap allows easy access and the appearance doesn't scream camera bag. I use it more than my Lowepros now.
Answered by: Philip R.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Will this bag hold a Canon 7D/gripped with a Canon 70-200 f/2.8 II Attached + Canon 24-105?
Asked by: Hector
It holds my D5 and two lenes on each side. It can hold a Nikon 70-200mm
Answered by: Charles N.
Date published: 2018-08-26

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Will this bag hold a Rolleiflex, F100+50, D700, light meter and about 10 rolls of film?
Asked by: Anonymous
I'm not sure everything will fit. If you are able to cram everything in the bag, it will be difficult to get to something after. And I agree with the other answer, there is not much padding. I'm sure there are better choices out there for your situation.
Answered by: Timothy D.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Will the olympus 40-150mm F2.8 MFT lens fit inside? The lens is 160mm long so its right on the edge haha.
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes, a 160mm long lense will fit in this bag. I have a 245mm (9 5/8 inches) long Pentax 60-250mm, 110mm (4 3/8 inches) long Pentax 16-50mm, and a 40mm attached to my Pentax K-3 w/grip in this bag. With a few cables in the front pocket, this puts the bag pretty much at a comfortable maximum capacity.
Answered by: Tim M.
Date published: 2019-02-06
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