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Think Tank Photo TurnStyle 20 Sling Camera Bag V2.0 (Blue Indigo)

BH #THT20V20CSBI • MFR #710467
Think Tank Photo TurnStyle 20 Sling Camera Bag V2.0 (Blue Indigo)
Key Features
  • Holds DSLR, 4 Lenses & Accessories
  • Accommodates 9.7" Tablet
  • Dual Function Sling Bag or Belt Pack
  • Main Camera Area with Interior Dividers
The lightweight blue indigo TurnStyle 20 V2.0 Sling Camera Bag from Think Tank Photo is water resistant and holds a DSLR with four lenses and accessories inside interior dividers within the main zippered camera compartment. It also accommodates a 9.7" tablet in a dedicated padded zippered exterior pocket at the back of the bag. For holding accessories, there are assorted pockets throughout the sling.
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Think Tank Photo TurnStyle 20 V2.0 Overview

The lightweight blue indigo TurnStyle 20 V2.0 Sling Camera Bag from Think Tank Photo is water resistant and holds a DSLR with four lenses and accessories inside interior dividers within the main zippered camera compartment. It also accommodates a 9.7" tablet in a dedicated padded zippered exterior pocket at the back of the bag. For holding accessories, there are assorted pockets throughout the sling.

The TurnStyle 20 V2.0 bag is convertible from a camera sling worn over your shoulder to a photo belt pack worn around your waist. For converting the bag use the padded strap that detaches from one end via its slip-in clip. This clip can slide into one of two nylon webbed loops. When inserting the clip into the loop on the padded tab at the side, you can wear the bag like a belt pack around your waist. When placing the clip into the loop at the top, you transform your bag into a shoulder sling. The TurnStyle 20 V2.0 can also be carried using a grip handle at the top.

Pockets

Front pocket with organizer that includes two open slip pockets and two pen slots
Open slip pocket inside the back of the main compartment
Dedicated external zippered padded pocket at the back of the bag holds a large 9.7" tablet

Construction

Easily rotate bag for quick access when you are wearing it around your shoulder or around your waist
Adjustable waist expansion when wearing the belt pack
Nylon-webbed zipper-pull tab assists in opening and closing dual-zippered main compartment
Zippered flap to main compartment can be opened to drop halfway down the front of the bag for easy-access to your gear
Interior removable camera dividers are made from high-density closed cell foam
Lightweight water-resistant durable poly ballistic fabrics
Durable YKK racquet-coil abrasion-resistant zippers
Removable rain cover made from seam-sealed taffeta with double polyurethane coatings
Adjustable sling strap has a quick release buckle and is wide for comfort
Stabilizer strap holds the bag steady while active or tucks away when not in use
UPC: 874530004674

Think Tank Photo TurnStyle 20 V2.0 Specs

Carry/Transport OptionsHandle, Sling Strap, Waist Belt
ColorBlue
Type of ClosureZipper
Laptop/Tablet CompartmentSingle Compartment: Fits Tablet (10.2 x 8.1 x 0.6" / 26 x 20.5 x 1.5 cm)
Monopod/Tripod HolderNo
Environmental
Water ResistanceRain Cover
General
MaterialsExterior: Nylon
Interior: Foam, Nylon, Polyurethane, Taffeta
DimensionsExterior
17.3 x 9.3 x 5.4" / 43.94 x 23.62 x 13.72 cm
Interior
15 x 8.3 x 4.8" / 38.1 x 21.08 x 12.19 cm
Weight1.2 lb / 0.5 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight2 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)18.3 x 10.5 x 6.5"

Think Tank Photo TurnStyle 20 V2.0 Reviews

Holds a 5d mk 4 with EF 100 - 400 L attached .

By John
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-01-19

Small Package .. BIG SPACE .. holds my Full Size DSLR cameras with L lenses attached , with Plenty of Extra Space for other items . I purchased the Indigo Blue color and I am Really Happy with the color .. Looks Great .. Absolutely Recommend this sling to anyone who wants a Quality and Versatile carry option.. Also, this Does NOT Scream to want to be thieves I am Carrying an Expensive Camera ... This item is Very Low Key and Not a Eye Catcher as is Many Big Name Camera bags .. Appearsto be a Simple Carry All Bag to most onlookers ..

Great small and light bag

By Adam
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-11-07

Great bag when working events. Can hold 2 bodies, 2 lenses, and a flash.....plus extra batteries and memory cards. Slim, light, incognito.

Good but not without flaws

By Vadim
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2020-10-03

The material on the sides and the bottom is different from the ThinkTank Mirrorless Moover series and attracts pets hair like a magnet. Spraying an antistatique didn’t help! There’s no way to affix a tripod to this sling bag.

Ok - few flaws

By Steven
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2020-01-09

I do like this bag. Certainly enough from for my DSLR and 1 or 2 lenses. I like the sling capability. This is very easy to swing around access and put back without worry of anything falling out or having a hard time getting to a pocket. There are a few gripes I have... I would have liked the strap to be seatbelt fabric. Easier to swing. And to be a bit longer. There is this holder to get the excess strap that constantly gets stuck. The grab handle feels a bit flimsy. My biggest gripe is the pockets in the design of the bag - my biggest gripe w bags in general these days. I initially got the smaller one, and would have been quite fine w the size but the pockets have no space of their own. In other words, when you fill a pocket that space goes in on another pocket's space. So w my camera in the main compartment the outer pocket was pretty useless. Having a ton of pockets does no good if they don't have their own space...

TurnStyle 20 Sling for gimbal use.

By Bob
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2022-01-12

I recently purchased a Crane M2 gimbal to use with a Sony RX100 vii. The crane comes with a very nice case, but it still needs to be attached to the camera. It's not the fastest process. I wanted a narrow padded bag to carry the crane plus camera ready to pull out and use. I looked around then did a live chat with a B&H rep. One of the bags he recommended was the ThinkTank Turnstyle 10 bag. I checked it out, but the internal dimensions were too short. But the next size up, this bag, was the right length. Now the bag was designed to carry a 70-200 standing up. This was too deep. I did some modifications by adding foam, then taking the dividers and laying them flat. The camera/gimbal lays across this, then I use another divider to lay across the top. This velcros to the side wall to firmly hold it in place. I can put this in the trunk of the car and then shoulder it. It stays safely positioned without jarring the the gimbal settings. This was not the original intention for this bag, but it works for me.

EXACTLY what I Wanted .. Needed ..

By John
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-01-10

I Wanted / Needed to carry a Full Size dslr with lens Attached , in something Other than a Bulky Full Size Backpack .. The Think Tank V 2.0 sling is EXACTLY what I was looking for ! I carry 2 cameras with lenses attached for my outings at zoos and wildlife reserves , I have been using a holster system for 2nd camera but found that not the Ideal method .. and Bulky backpaks were not my thing either . V 2.0 easily holds Either my Canon 5d mk 4 with the ef 100 - 400 5.6 L with hood reversed, or my Canon R 6 with RF 600 f/ 11 stm with hood reversed .. lens Attached to Camera body This offers Freedom of Movement .. Secure carry .. Easy on / off motion to put 2nd camera into use as needed .. V 2.0 is a Very Well Made sling .. fit / finish and Materials are all top notch .. will fit 10 inch apple iPod with protective case in back pocket .. tight fit .. Sling offers Plenty of Storage space in secondary flap for iPhone.. keys .. batteries.. Memory cards .. filters .. sandwich .. snacks ,etc All of this Without the unwanted Bulk of a backpack system .. V 2.0 waistband holds sling securely during movement, walking, climbing etc. to body .. this may be the Best Purchase I will make All Year ! A BIG THANK YOU to b&h product specialist , Daniel C. , who suggested this item to me during a chat session .. The One item you recommended was the One for me ! .. thanx to Think Tank and b&h ..

Well built but not for the ladies

By Michael
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2022-01-10

Overall, this is a beautiful bag. However, if you are a woman under 5'5, the bag will not fit very comfortably for two reasons: 1) the top of the strap is very wide...wider than a backpack strap. So if you have small shoulders, the strap will feel very bulky and sit very close to your neck. 2) If you have more than an average bust size, the strap will be very uncomfortable across your chest, especially with a lot of weight in the bag. Also of note for both men and women, the bag can only be slung from the left shoulder, and access to the main internal compartment is difficult when the bag is full. The waist strap is very useful for securing the bag more fully across the back, but in general, for the amount of weight this bag can hold, it isn't suitable as a sling. The styling and material are very nice. I would love to see this as a backpack with a larger front opening for easier access. I can see this bag being used for situations where you would not want to put a bag down on the ground, such as in muddy or otherwise dirty environments. But other than that, this bag is not very useful for storing/accessing a full-size DSLR. If you are looking for a bag that provides quick access while out city touring or at an event, this isn't it. It takes quite a bit of maneuvering to get a camera with an attached lens out. I'd recommend a waist holster. I imagine the smaller size bags would be more practical for multiple body types and when used with mirrorless or smaller/lighter cameras.

Comfortable Sling Bag

By Amy
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-02-16

I've owned and used lots of camera bags of many designs including shoulder bags, backpacks, holster bags, Pelican cases, and sling bags. I was looking for a better bag to use on day hikes: I wanted the comfort of a backpack with the convenience of a sling or shoulder bag. This bag is definitely the best sling bag that I have used: it is nearly as comfortable as a small backpack (if you don't overload it) and convenient to use. On my first outing with this bag, I carried a Nikon D7200 with the 16-80mm f/2.8-4 DX zoom lens (just over 3 lbs), a water bottle, a small prime lens, some food, and some accessories. The bag was still comfortable at the end of a 3 hour hike. The build quality is very good with thoughtful touches like little elastic bands to secure the loose ends of the straps and a selection of dividers to customize the interior. Recommended.

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