Think Tank Photo Pro Speed Belt V2.0 (Small / Medium, Black)

Think Tank Photo Pro Speed Belt V2.0 (Small / Medium, Black)

Think Tank Photo Pro Speed Belt V2.0 (Small / Medium, Black)

B&H # THPSBSM MFR # 700004
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  • For Waists Measuring 27-34"
  • Rotate or Lock Technology
  • Padded Edges
  • Buckle Stops Prevent Loosening
  • Easily Resized
  • Good Weight Distribution of Components
  • Accepts Optional Pixel Racing Harness
  • Lifetime Warranty against Defects
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The Small / Medium black Pro Speed Belt V2.0 from Think Tank provides you with a way to carry around various components and still be comfortable while shooting. Think Tank's Rotate or Lock technology allows you to push the accessory pouch along the belt or lock it in place depending on how you choose to shoot, i.e. standing, kneeling or prone. Your gear will always be at hand in whatever position you prefer.

The belt is cushioned with EVA (ethylene vinyl acetate) for enhanced comfort, especially on your back. Weight distribution goes a long way to make your shooting more comfortable. The front buckle is designed with a "stop" to prevent it from loosening but still permits you to resize it with a minimum of effort. Think Tank's Pixel Racing Harness can be attached for even more belt capacity. The Pro Speed is backed by Think Tank's lifetime warranty against manufacturer's defects.

All edges of belt are padded
Belt can be fixed in one position while components "Rotate" on belt
Optional Think Tank Pixel Racing Harness can be attached
"Buckle Stop" prevents belt from loosening yet easy to resize
Rotate or Lock Technology
Modular and Skin components can "Rotate or Lock" on the Pro Speed Belt. This is a tremendous advantage to have this type of functionality. Most photographers "Rotate" the bags on the belt, preferring not to lock them into position. To "Rotate", put the plastic tongue behind the belt, then firmly attached the bag. This allows the bag to be pushed along the belt to the desired position. To "Lock", put the plastic tongue in the horizontal webbing slot. This will fix your bag in one position
UPC: 874530000041
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Think Tank Photo Pro Speed Belt V2.0 (Small / Medium, Black)
  • Lifetime Warranty Against Manufacturer's Defects
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    Think Tank Photo 700004 Specs

    Material Nylon
    EVA Padding (Ethylene Vinyl Acetate)
    Waist Size Small / Medium
    27-34" / 68.6-86.4 cm
    Please note: pants sizes can vary 2.0 - 5.0" (5.1 - 12.7 cm) smaller than true waist measurements. For the most accurate results, please measure your waist with a tape measure
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.53 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 27.0 x 2.0 x 0.5"

    Think Tank Photo 700004 Reviews

    Pro Speed Belt V2.0 (Small / Medium, Black) is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 25.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Secure and Comfortable After purchasing a holster for DSLR camera, Speed-light case, and hanging a light meter on my clothing belt I realized I needed more support and comfort. The clasp is secure and positive and the padded belt is very comfortable. Good for hours without the fatigue of carrying an over the shoulder bag. Easy to reposition the holster by sliding along the belt. I thought the price was high for a belt when I was investigating options. Now that I have seen and used this belt, I think it's a good value. I have a 32 waist and the Small / Medium fits perfect but is fully extended. Wearing the belt over your clothing means you should allow an extra inch or so.
    Date published: 2015-11-30
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Built solid but don't expect to adjust in the field. This is a solid product. It's built very well. So well in fact that once you get it adjusted, which isn't simple to do, it is very difficult to re-adjust afterwards. This is probably by design to keep it tight locked so heavy gear won't let the belt slip. It's not like a traditional belt where you can just grab a strap to tighten or loosen it. Once you set it to fit don't expect to adjust it while you're wearing it. Especially if you need to adjust it to accommodate a change of clothes or varying waist size according to clothing underneath or other factors. I can't provide an up or down on whether or not I'd recommend to a friend. I'd have to say it depends on whether or not the above comments are relative to your personal usage scenario.
    Date published: 2016-01-24
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Batman-style Utility Belt I use this belt with a Speed Changer, an R U Hot? pouch, and two Capture Camera Clips during shoots. I can load it up at my car, shoot for hours, and get back to my car with no fatigue whatsoever. Having my cameras attached (with neck straps for safety, but the belt takes the weight) relieves a lot of pain at the end of a long event. I also purchased the Pixel Racing Harness but don't use it, since accessing the Speed Changer requires me to rotate the entire belt. Even under a lot of weight (6D+17-40, gripped 40D+24-70, two flashes, and a full bottle of water) I have yet to wish for the extra support. But I'm skinny and wear the belt above my hips so there's nowhere it can go. It's comfortable, lightweight, and leaves me quite agile versus the huge backpack I use to shlep my gear from home to the shoot. But the best part? Utility belt = Batman.
    Date published: 2014-02-08
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Batman's utility belt The belt is very well built, with strong seams and does not present any kind of failure. It's easy to use as any other belt, with precise and easy adjustment. The biggest advantage of it, compared to similar products, is its ability to personalize with the various products of Think Tank, as lens changers or iPad pockets, and straps (for those who need to carry a little more weight). With no doubt, the Think Tank developed the best product line for daily/street photographers that work in the most adverse situations.
    Date published: 2014-04-14
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Better than bags Tried To save a buck with Lowepro but their bulky S&F system was a disappointment. No offense Lowepro, you make great stuff, just too big for a 5 footer. Tank are sleek well designed, offering good padded protection. Only heart break for me is Tank's sizing; the s-m belt sits high waist. M-L Belt Is huge (tag says only L). The harness seems to be the only choice when your in between sizes, so I will keep both belts, small for light clothing summer, large for winter. Costly but the quality will last a lifetime.
    Date published: 2015-09-14
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works as expected, very comfortable Used to carry extra lenses, Mindshift Filter Hive, as well as extra stuff like rocket blower, lens wipes etc in pouches attached to the belt. Weight was no issue and belt sits comfortably around waist / on hips. Well padded without being too bulky. Used together with Think Tank Photo StreetWalker HardDrive backpack (NOT via backpack loop through) - worked well together without any issues at all. I am size 32 in pants, and this belt fits very well (expected, but still).
    Date published: 2015-07-09
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Extra inches around my waistline It's very thick and doesn't lie flat on my hips or waist (plus it's way too big for my waist, I'm size 26). It adds inches to my waistline, which I'm not a fan of. However, I will say that it's soft and if it fits your body, it could be very practical.
    Date published: 2015-04-13
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from I'm A Believer! Used on my 1st gig and it made shooting it much easier than my previous system. I carry a Lens Drop, Lens Changer 75, Lens Changer 50 and a Trim Changer. (in the future, I will add a Lens Changer 35 to the belt) I also have two camera bodies attached to a Black Rapid harness as well. It handled the weight distribution well as I was concerned prior to use that it would require a Stay Up Strap or Pixel Harness to help carry all the gear I carry but by just tightening the belt a bit, the weight was all on my hips and it didn't feel bad at all. Initially, I tried to rig my own DIY hanrness with some backpacking webbing to my Black Rapid harness to help support the weight of the belt but found this to be too much weight on my shoulders. I might try the Stay Up Strap at some point in the future but am concerned that I would have double padded shoulder pads on one side of my body since I still intend to use the BR harness (which of course, is padded) All in all, it is the best on the go system I have used. Much better than the Tamrac belt and pouch system I used before. Tamrac worked but it was so bulky, both the belt and the pouches and I'm only a little over 5 feet and so it got to where I almost never used it. If you're debating about whether to invest in a TT system...don't think twice, it is the best!
    Date published: 2015-10-25
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