Think Tank Photo Retrospective 30 V2.0 Shoulder Bag

Think Tank Photo Retrospective 30 V2.0 Shoulder Bag

Think Tank Photo Retrospective 30 V2.0 Shoulder Bag

B&H # THR30V2PL MFR # 710767
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Product Highlights

  • Holds 2 Gripped DSLRs
  • Three Lenses
  • 15" Laptop
  • Zippered Top Pocket
  • Padded Interior Dividers
  • Hook-and-Loop Front Flap
  • Collapsible Water Bottle Holder
  • Additional Compartment Dividers
  • Removable Carrying Handle
  • Includes Seam-Sealed Rain Cover
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Think Tank Photo Retrospective 30 V2.0 Overview

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A sleek, subtle bag for the photographer on the go, this Retrospective 30 V2.0 Shoulder Bag from Think Tank can carry a combination of camera bodies, lenses, laptops, tablets, and other accessories. The Retrospective 30 V2.0 can hold two gripped DSLRs, three lenses, and a 15" laptop. 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: 874530007675
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Think Tank Photo Retrospective 30 V2.0 Shoulder Bag
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    Think Tank Photo Retrospective 30 V2.0 Specs

    Carrying/Transport Options Shoulder Strap, Top Handle
    Features Accessory Loops, Adjustable Interior Dividers, Laptop Compartment, Tablet Pocket
    Laptop/Tablet Compartment Dimensions 14.2 x 9.8 x 1.0" / 36.1 x 24.9 x 2.5 cm
    Exterior Material Canvas, Nylon, Polyurethane
    Exterior Dimensions 16 x 11.2 x 7" / 40.64 x 28.45 x 17.78 cm
    Type of Closure Flap, Hook, Loop, Zipper
    Water Resistance Rain Cover, Water-Resistant Material
    Interior Material Foam, Nylon, Polyurethane
    Interior Dimensions 15 x 10.5 x 6.7" / 38.1 x 26.67 x 17.02 cm
    Weight 2.8 lb / 1.3 kg
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 4.59 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 17.0 x 11.0 x 8.5"

    Think Tank Photo Retrospective 30 V2.0 Reviews

    Retrospective 30 V2.0 Shoulder Bag is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 6.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from looking for the perfect bag- and getting closer I have been looking for a bag to carry 2 bodies with longer lenses + 24-120mm for walking around.  I had actually tried several and returned them all except for the 30 v2.0.   I had considered a backpack, but prefer the ability to get into the bag more frequently or less awkwardly. if partial stars were available, Id give it 4 1/2 or even 4 3/4. The bag is deep enough to hold a Nikon body with 70-200mm attached (barely).  It is not too large (wide) so it looks like you are carrying a carton under your arm.  It looks like a largish messenger bag. The 30 V2.0 has plenty of room, adds a location for a tablet or slim laptop, and a front and rear zippered compartment for papers, pens, lens cloths and the like.  The dedicated over-handle slot is nice on the back. There is a strap on one end for attaching other accessories, but did not include the same on the other end.  I dont know why, because it is on both ends of the 20 V2.0.  It would have been nice to let ME decide which end, if not both to attach additional pouches. The only thing I found missing is the inability to attach a tripod in any fashion.
    Date published: 2019-04-01
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Large Maybe too large,  but there is certainly not going to be a space excuse for not having what I need. Solidly made.  Already have a smaller version.
    Date published: 2019-02-03
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best in class I have MANY camera bags but Think Tank are the best. This one is my 5th Think Tank product. These are lifetime quality and well thought out.
    Date published: 2019-01-13
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Roomy and Nicely Constructed, But Not The Most Practical This bag is extremely well made with excellent heavy duty canvas-like fabric. Interior storage area is  totally flexible with arrangement and layout options with an abundance of hook-loop dividers. I can get a ton of gear inside, including: 15 laptop, Nikon DSLR fitted with a 24-70mm zoom; spare lenses including 70-200mm, and 35mm prime; Nikon flash; XQD/SD USB card reader, spare battery: AC charger; lens cleaning kit; electronic shutter release; and miscellaneous odds and ends. Storage capacity is well within what I expected and needed.  That said, I found several of the design elements less than desirable. For example tha large cover flap closes across the top of the bag  and attaches to the side of the bag with hook-loop patches. When closed, it provides a cover over the two pockets that are on the side facing the underside of the cover flap. Thats all well and good, but those two pockets have an odd configuration for their own respective cover flaps that also fasten to the side of the bag with hook-loop closure material. These pocket flaps do not covering the full width of their respective pocket, leaving openings on the top on either end of the pocket, In fact they are totally open at the top ends, and rely upon the large single cover flap that lays over the two small side pockets to contain the contents of these two pockets that may otherwise escape due to the design of the small pocket flaps. I found that design decision to be lacking the security I expect to keep small items safely restrained.  In addition to the large cover flap and shoulder strap shown in the picture, there is a second cover directly above the main storage compartment and under the large flap with a zipper enclosure around three sides of the storage compartment. This zipper appears to be very good quality with a secure closing action. The problem here, however, is the odd addition of a second short strap secured on the narrow ends of the bag placed over the top of the storage compartment. This strap is essentially non-adjustable,, forming a straight point-to-point connection across the width of the bag. If you look closely at the accompanying picture, this strap is clearly seen across the top of the large flap closure. I found this design very cumbersome when opening the large flap to gain access to the inner compartment. Trying to unzip that inner cover over that compartment is ungainly at best, and frustrating at worst. Furthermore, is is not intended to be removed easily. It impedes the opening of the large cover flap. If one routs the short strap UNDER the large flap, that cover then opens to its full extent nicely; but, then one has a really hard time working the zipper on the smaller cover directly on top of the storage compartment at its extreme ends of travel. This strap seems totally out of place with a dubious function entirely. If I were to use this bag as my primary device, I suspect I will remove that small strap entirely. In actual practice, in spite of the heavy price tag on this bag, I am now using a very inexpensive, but well constructed backpack style bag (at 25% of the cost) that carries everything this bag does, including the laptop (or a gimbal head for my tripod) but without the aggravation. Unfortunately this bag is now on the bench.
    Date published: 2018-11-28
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Bag Everyone has different needs, usage modes, and expectations. I like mine a lot.
    Date published: 2018-12-14
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome for travelling. Just finished travelling with this bag, and it is absolutely awesome. Some of the pockets I didn’t even know existed, were the ones that helped me the most. Looking forward to using this at the concerts and races.
    Date published: 2019-04-15
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    will retro 30 v2 hold a Nikon d500+70-200, plus a ...

    will retro 30 v2 hold a Nikon d500+70-200, plus a 16-80, and a couple of smaller lenses?
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    Will the Retrospective 30 come in a BLACK?

    Will the Retrospective 30 come in a BLACK?
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