Think Tank Photo Speed Changer V3.0 Belt Pouch

Think Tank Photo Speed Changer V3.0 Belt Pouch

Think Tank Photo Speed Changer V3.0 Belt Pouch

B&H # THSPDCV3 MFR # 700067
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Product Highlights

  • For Modular Belt System V3.0
  • Attaches to Any Think Tank Belt/Backpack
  • Holds DSLR Body and Grip with 1-2 Lenses
  • Main Pocket with Removable Dividers
  • Front Pocket Organizer
  • Dual Stretch Pockets
  • Rain Cover Stowed in Bottom Pocket
  • Zippered Closure
  • 600D Polyester, Water-Repellent Coating
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Think Tank Photo Speed Changer V3.0 overview

  • 1Description

Part of the Think Tank Modular Belt System V3.0, the Speed Changer V3.0 is a versatile utility bag and belt pouch designed to hold most DSLR bodies with attached grip, a compact mirrorless system, one or two SLR lenses, two action cam systems, or a variety of similarly sized accessories. The pouch attaches to any Think Tank belt or backpack and features a main pocket with removable dividers, a front pocket organizer, and a pair of stretch front pockets for smaller accessories. A rain cover is also included, which is stowed in the bottom pocket, and can be deployed with one hand to protect the back from the elements. Additionally, the pack has a zippered closure to keep stored items secure; the pouch can rotate or lock in place on a belt; and a grab handle is featured for carrying off the belt or pack.

UPC: 874530000676
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Think Tank Photo Speed Changer V3.0 Belt Pouch
  • Rain Cover
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
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    Think Tank Photo Speed Changer V3.0 specs

    Carrying/Transport Options Attachment loop, belt loop, handle
    Exterior Dimensions 8.0 x 7.2 x 4.5" / 20.3 x 18.3 x 8.0 cm
    Interior Dimensions 7.5 x 6.7 x 3.0" / 19.0 x 17.0 x 7.6 cm
    Type of Closure Zipper
    Material Nylon, polyester
    Weight 10.6 oz / 300 g
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.75 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 8.5 x 7.5 x 5.0"

    Think Tank Photo Speed Changer V3.0 reviews

    Speed Changer V3.0 Belt Pouch is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Thinktank Really Got this one Right I have been through a lot of bags over the years.� I've gravitated to Thinktank. I rum my m4/3 kit out of Speed Demon and full size kit out of Speed Freak. Much about these bags is right such as great materials and design. I also use their smaller lines of Mirrorless Movers. I try to never carry more than necessary.� My current strategy is to not cary my kit bag. I leave it in the car. I wear the padded belt with a small bag for a lens, another for glass etc. with my tripod rigged to clip to the belt. This give me hands free maximum flexibility. I had been using Thinktank Skin bags for lens and Peak Design pouch for glasses, phone, notes, etc. Skin bags are "soupy" and offer no protection. The Peak Design pouch is all kinds of cleaver. It is difficult to access while not holding much at all.� Enter Speed Change V.3. granted larger than either of the two bags it has replaced but has reasonable padding, flows smoothly on the belt system and work great as an organizer. It easily holds one lens and two are a reasonable option as well. In the field it works great. It has the large zipper TT uses on it's Speed bags so it makes the corners without binding - one of TT few flaws on some models. It is simple. No flaps or complicated multifaceted opening procedures. Two stretch pocket/slots on the outside are right where you want to put you lens cap and cable release. A place for every thing and every thing in it's place.
    Date published: 2018-04-12
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