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Think Tank Photo Retrospective 5 V2.0 Shoulder Bag (Pinestone)

BH #THR5V2PS • MFR #710728
Think Tank Photo Retrospective 5 V2.0 Shoulder Bag (Pinestone)
Key Features
  • Holds DSLR/Mirrorless Body
  • One Lens
  • 9" Tablet
  • Zippered Top Pocket
A sleek, subtle bag for the photographer on the go, this pinestone-colored Retrospective 5 V2.0 Shoulder Bag from Think Tank can carry a combination of camera bodies, lenses, laptops, tablets, and other accessories. The Retrospective 5 V2.0 can hold a standard DSLR or mirrorless camera body as well as two lenses and a 9" tablet. It has a zippered opening to the main compartment that can be tucked away when not in use, and a hook-and-loop front flap allows for rapid access. A dedicated luggage handle pass through flap on the rear of the bag makes it easy to carry while traveling. The front compartment can hold several accessories and includes a zippered pocket for valuables. Also included is a seam-sealed rain cover that completely encloses the bag in case of inclement weather.
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Think Tank Photo Retrospective 5 V2.0 Overview

A sleek, subtle bag for the photographer on the go, this pinestone-colored Retrospective 5 V2.0 Shoulder Bag from Think Tank can carry a combination of camera bodies, lenses, laptops, tablets, and other accessories. The Retrospective 5 V2.0 can hold a standard DSLR or mirrorless camera body as well as two lenses and a 9" tablet. It has a zippered opening to the main compartment that can be tucked away when not in use, and a hook-and-loop front flap allows for rapid access. A dedicated luggage handle pass through flap on the rear of the bag makes it easy to carry while traveling. The front compartment can hold several accessories and includes a zippered pocket for valuables. Also included is a seam-sealed rain cover that completely encloses the bag in case of inclement weather.

  • Zippered main compartment flap secures items but can be tucked away when not in use
  • Dedicated pockets hold tablet or laptop
  • Hook-and-loop top flap silently opens and closes for discreet use
  • Adjustable shoulder strap has cushioned, non-slip pad
  • Side loops can accept modular pouches or carabineer
  • Additional dividers can be used to customize bag interior
UPC: 874530007286

Think Tank Photo Retrospective 5 V2.0 Specs

Carry/Transport OptionsHandle, Shoulder Strap, Trolley Sleeve
ColorGreen
Type of ClosureFlap with Hook & Loop
Laptop/Tablet CompartmentSingle Compartment: Fits 9" Tablet (9.1 x 6.3 x 1" / 23.1 x 16 x 2.5 cm)
Interior TypeAdjustable Dividers (Hook & Loop)
FeaturesAccessory Loops
Environmental
Water ResistanceRain Cover, Water Resistant (Material)
General
MaterialsExterior: Canvas, Polyurethane
Interior: Foam, Nylon, Polyurethane
DimensionsExterior
10 x 8.5 x 6" / 25.4 x 21.59 x 15.24 cm
Interior
9.5 x 7.8 x 4.9" / 24.13 x 19.81 x 12.45 cm
Weight2 lb / 0.91 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight2.7 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)12.25 x 12.25 x 6.5"

Think Tank Photo Retrospective 5 V2.0 Reviews

Just the right size with all the bell & whistle..!

By Ho
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-10-11

Item arrive fast, well packaged. It's just the perfect size for my Nikon Z5 with 2 lenses, battery charger, filter kits.. The portable one but with enough space for compact traveler. Fully recommended!

all possible possibilities

By Eduardo
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-06-12

The bag has all possible pocket possibilities. It's elegant and built with strong material. whatever you want to keep, you go. Won't abandon you

Use for A7riii

By Chris
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-05-15

This is the perfect size for an A7r body with 24-70 f/2.8 and a few accessories.

Happy

By William
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-01-17

Great bag for my mirrorless camera

Totally good.

By Jack
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-12-20

I've been using Think Tank bags for a many years. This Retrospective 5 V2.0 does not disappoint. I did cut out the rear divider to make more room in the bag. No big deal. Once cut out, it fits perfectly in the bottom of the bag to increasing bottom padding.

Perfect bag for my Sony A7iii and 24-105 lens

By Joseph
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-06-07

I wanted a simple but durable bag for when I'm traveling light without my full arsenal of gear. For me, that means bringing my Sony A7iii with a Sony 24-105 zoom with sunshade on most of the time, two filters (UV and polarizing), a small blower, lens cloth, a spare battery and no camera strap. The Think Tank Retrospective 5 was the perfect match. The first thing I did was remove the optional hand strap and clear the main compartment of all dividers. This setup allows the camera to sit on its side, low in the bag, where it's relatively secure but still readily accessible. If the weather is good and there's 1) no real threat of my gear falling out (e.g., no water or steep/rugged terrain) or 2) being removed by a passerby with sticky fingers, I'm comfortable walking around with the flap open so I'm quick on the draw. If the wind picks up and I want to keep dust and leaves out of my bag, the secondary zippered flap (left unzipped) provides some cover without slowing me down. The bag itself has adequate padding, but I keep the pouch with the rain protector at the bottom of the main compartment to provide additional padding for my camera and lens. That also frees up pocket space. In addition, I store one of the bag's three optional Velcro pads at the bottom of the main compartment (again, more padding) so it's there when I need it. On days when I want to bring a second zoom, including my Sony 70-300, or a small tripod (CAME-TV Q166A Mini Aluminum Tripod), I can add a divider to the main compartment. In those situations, I reverse the sunshade and turn the camera so the Sony 24-105 lens is facing down. The water bottle holder is big enough to hold some small folding tripods (including the one mentioned above) or even my Sony 16-35, though I'm reluctant to do that while on the move. Besides, that would add more weight and defeat my minimalist objective. If I want more gear, I'll bring a bigger bag.The shoulder strap is very comfortable. The extra pockets on the bag are great for small accessories, plus my keys, wallet and iPhone. My biggest concern when ordering this bag was the hefty price tag: $149. That's lot to spend for a small bag. It's obviously well made, however, and I think I'll be using it happily for many years to come. Reality check: Think Tank likes to tout that the Retrospective doesn't scream "camera bag" and is therefore less appealing to thieves. Time will tell. But realistically, if a guy is walking down the street with a shoulder bag, that's generally code for "expensive stuff inside." I therefore don't think the bag's color, fabric or style will put off too many bag snatchers. They certainly would have a tough time cutting the strap, however. It's one tough bag.

Best Camera Case Ever!

By Jay
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-09-11

Never expected this much quality in a camera case! Better than expected. Handles my Leica M11, a lens and accessories with ease. soft outer fabric. Lots of pockets, zippers, separators. Good hand and excellent shoulder strap. Exceptional. Will never buy another brand again. WoW!

Great bag!

By Mark
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-09-10

Like all Think Tank bags I have used, this does not disappoint. I picked this one up to haul my Nikon Z50, Z 16-50 and Z 50-250 lenses. It is the perfect size for that kit. I can also bring my Z50 with the Z 18-140 and my Z30 with the Z 16-50 and a Rode Mic in it. There are plenty of pockets to include accessories such as memory wallets and spare batteries. There is a loop on the side that I can attach Think Tank's Speedlite pouch or one of their lens pouches if I need extra room. The collapsible water bottle pouch is quite handy as well.

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