Think Tank Photo Digital Holster 30 V2.0 (Black)

Think Tank Photo Digital Holster 30 V2.0 (Black)

Think Tank Photo Digital Holster 30 V2.0 (Black)

B&H # THDH30 MFR # 710871
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Product Highlights

  • For DSLRs/5D Mark II,D700/70-200mm f/2.8
  • "Pop Down" Holds Hood In Shoot Position
  • Lens Hood Can Stay in Shooting Position
  • Form-Fitting Shape for DSLRs with Lenses
  • Rail Attachment for Optional Components
  • Removable Shoulder Strap/Top Grab Handle
  • Stretchable Front Accessory Pocket
  • Rapid Access Lid Opens Away From Body
  • Rotate or Lock Technology for Belts
  • Business Card Pocket Under Top Handle
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Think Tank Photo 710871 overview

  • 1Description

The black Digital Holster 30 V2.0 from Think Tank contains a unique "Pop Down" feature that allows the lens hood to be kept on the camera held in shooting position. For the active shooter, this is a real time-saver. The case is made to hold a regular-sized DSLR such as a Canon 5D Mark II, 7D or Nikon D700 with a 70-200mm f/2.8 with its hood either reversed or in shooting position.

This is a form-fitting case, somewhat reminiscent of a western holster - ready to draw and shoot at a moment's notice. The case comes with a side rail attachment that accepts a small Modular, Skin, or Multimedia component. This increases the footprint and capacity of the holster as well as your shooting capabilities. The holster comes with Think Tank's "Rotate or Lock" technology for their Pro Speed Belt, Thin Skin Belt or Steroid Speed Belt that permits you to attach the holster with no effort at all. There is also a smooth fabric on the belt to minimize friction against your body. One of the best features of the bag is that the lid opens away from your body. This enhances access to your gear as well as adding a significant security aspect to the bag since, when opened, the lid acts a shield preventing others from seeing what's inside. The removable shoulder strap and top grab handle are complemented by dual zippers that guard the access to the main compartment.

For accessories, a front stretch pocket can hold lens caps, batteries and other small items. Another touch fastened small accessory pocket is located under the top lid that is perfect for holding a filter. For ultimate protection of the delicate LCD screen on your DSLR, a soft divider fits over the top protecting it from the strap that may be stuffed inside.

There's nothing like networking so the bag comes with a neat business card holder right under the top grab handle. Finally, for maximum protection while outside, the bag comes with a built-in rain cover that is stored in an outside pocket and which can be easily deployed when the weather turns against you. The holster comes with Think Tank's lifetime warranty against manufacturer's defects.

Form-fitting to hold a standard DSLR with a 70-200mm f/2.8 attached (hood reversed or in shooting position)
Extending "Pop Down" allows lens hood to be kept in shooting position
Integrated side attachment system for connecting a Modular, Skin or Multimedia component to holster
Stretchable front pocket for small accessories
Holster lid opens forward, away from the body, for fast and easy access to the camera
Small accessory pocket underneath lid
Non-slip shoulder strap included
"Rotate or Lock" technology on Pro Speed Belt, Thin Skin Belt, Steroid Speed Belt, or other Think Tank bags with a Modular Rail
Smooth fabric on belt attachment for minimal friction
Top grab handle
Seam-sealed rain cover included and stored in outer side pocket
Compatibility
Examples:
Compatible lenses (Pop Down Retracted):
24-70mm f/2.8 with hood extended (Canon or Nikon)
70-200mm f/2.8 with hood reversed (Canon or Nikon)
300mm f/4 with the hood reversed(Canon or Nikon)

Compatible lenses (Pop Down Extended):
70-200mm f/2.8 with hood extended (Canon or Nikon)
300mm f/4 with the hood extended (Canon or Nikon)

Carry-On Form Factor
FAA and airline carry-on specifications are subject to change without notice, please check with your airline before designating this case as a carry-on item. Most airlines require carry-on items to have an external linear measurement that is equal to or less than 45.0" (114.3 cm). The external dimensions of this case add up to 29.5" (74.9 cm)
UPC: 874530008719
In the Box
Think Tank Photo Digital Holster 30 V2.0 (Black)
  • Shoulder Strap
  • Rain Cover
  • Lifetime Warranty Against Manufacturer's Defects
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    Think Tank Photo 710871 specs

    Material Nylon
    Type of Closure Dual zippers
    Exterior Dimensions 8.0 x 5.5 x 13.0 - 16.0" (20.3 x 14.0 x 33.0 - 40.6 cm)
    Interior Dimensions 7.25 x 5.0 x 11.25 - 14.25" (18.4 x 12.7 x 28.6 - 36.2 cm)
    Carrying/Transport Options Shoulder strap
    Top grab handle
    Weight 1.2 lb (0.5 kg)
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    Package Weight 2.05 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 16.3 x 8.9 x 6.0"

    Think Tank Photo 710871 reviews

    Digital Holster 30 V2.0 (Black) is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 37.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from really good product really good product I like it very much. It fits my Nikon D750. Before I bought this holster, most of the time I carried a backpack when I went out to shoot. But most of the time what I need is just the camera body, a lens, a remote control and my tripod. Now for daily shoots, I replaced my backpack with this holster. I use the shoulder strap that come with the product so it kind of becomes a shoulder bag. It can easily fits a 24-70 lens or a 70-200 lens. The bottom part can be extended so you have even more room. It has pockets for accessories such as remote control, filters. Now if I just go out for daily shoot, I just carry this holster and my tripod.
    Date published: 2015-08-02
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from An excellent case for a DSLR and zoom. I have been serious about my photography for nearly 60 years now and, over the years, have tried many ways to carry my camera gear ... bags, camera backpacks, waterproof cases, etc. In most cases, my goal had been to make sure I could carry everything with me :) Time and experience, though, have taught me that this doesn't really work :) ... for me, anyway. Today, I think about what photographs I want to take and bring the appropriate equipment ... as little as possible. With this in mind, I want something that protects my equipment and also makes it easy for me to carry the equipment when i am using it. For taking photos of birds, for taking photos of horses in the show arena, and for capturing photos of wildlife on a safari, I use a telephoto zoom ... a Nikon 70-200 f/2.8 zoom for horse shows in the (poorly lit) arena's ... a Nikon AFS 80-400 zoom for capturing photos of wildlife on hikes or on safari. This holster works well in either situation. I knew it would work for the 70-200 but have found it works well for the 80-400 too. I use these lenses with a Nikon D800. This isn't critical information but it may be helpful to some who may wonder if their particular combination of equipment will work. This arrangement is pretty compact; the holster is tidy, not bulky, but still offers a reasonable amount of protection. When I travel, I put the camera/zoom in the holster and pack it in my carry-on. Depending on the trip, my carry-on is either a general purpose backpack or briefcase. So this works for getting the camera and lens from one destination to another. When using the camera I am either hiking or walking around from place to place in the arena. The holster with carry strap (or a belt) is small enough that it isn't hard to carry around and the holster is designed well enough that it is easy to get the camera from the holster to my eye rather quickly. The D800 with the 70-200 f2.8 zoom fits well and the combination is easy to use. This has been well documented by others who have reviewed this product. It can be used in the unextended mode if you do not use the hood or reverse mount the hood. And it can be used with the hood mounted if you use the holster in extended mode. The 80-400 zoom is shorter than the 70-200 but it is significantly wider, has a large hood, and its tripod ring sticks out about an inch from the body. I remove the tripod ring altogether and store it in a drawer in the office. This lens has killer image stabilization system so the tripod ring is not something I use. A bean bag finds more use in what I do if I need more stabilization (e.g. low light). Without the tripod ring, the lens with hood mounted ready to use fits in the holster in the extended mode. Lengthwize it is a nice fit. Widthwize the fit is pretty cozy but it works and the camera/zoom slides in and out pretty easily. It will not fit with the tripod mount installed. If you mount the hood in reverse, the lens will fit in the holster in the unextended position. In this position, the hood can hook, though not in a destructive way, the sides of the holster as you remove the camera from the case. It is still pretty easy use, though. One just needs to move the camera from side to side a bit as you remove it. If you leave the hood at home, which some would recommend, the D800/AFS 80-400 zoom fits perfectly in the unextended mode. Back to packing equipment ... The camera/zoom combination gets packed in this holster. That is pretty safe if carried onboard. If I want to bring a wide angle zoom, it goes in a Lowepro S&F 100aw. That protects the lens enough and fits in the pack or briefcase. For miscellaneous parts I may need on the trail, I use a Lowepro Utility Bag 100AW. I carry filters, spare batteries, extra memory, etc. here. Things like chargers, usb cables, and the like get stored in another bag that goes in my suitcase. I don't need that when I am walking or bouncing around in a jeep. The holster, the utility bag, and the extra lens can all fit on a utility belt if, I am so inclined, and it is relatively comfortable. This is a fair amount of narrative but I hope it is helpful to some of you. I find this holster works very well for the kind of things I do. It protects the camera/zoom; it makes it relatively easy to carry what is a relatively heavy load (D800 + AFS 80-400zoom); and it offers me a modular way to pack my equipment into a backpack with other camera equipment and a few clothes or into a briefcase with my iPad and a few books. I would definitely recommend this to others.
    Date published: 2014-01-07
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice Solution for a Monster Lens I bought this to carry my Canon 5D MKIII with my new Canon 70-200mm f2.8 lens attached. It fits perfectly, but there's NO room for much else - maybe an extra memory card. It would really be nice if you could carry an extra battery. I'd have given 5 stars for that.
    Date published: 2013-04-30
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Does what it's intended for We have a Canon 7D with the 70-200 f/2.8 lens attached. The Digital Holster 30 was purchased to protect the camera/lens from rolling around on the floorboard of our car. The Holster does this well. The fit of the camera/lens is quite snug. However, don't expect to get much else into the Holster. I couldn't find a place to store a filter in its case, for example.
    Date published: 2012-05-02
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from A perfect fit Using this with the shoulder strap, it's a very convenient way to carry around a heavy telephoto lens on walks or short hikes. The materials are good and it feels well put together. With the pop down extended, it fits a Pentax K-3 II, 300mm f/4, and 1.4x TC, with the hood in shooting position.There continues to be a good fit with the hood reversed and the pop down zipped up. It would be nice if the zip pouch on the side were bigger. It can't hold much more than a cleaning cloth or a lens cap. There is a stretchy pouch above it that can hold more but I would be weary of items possible falling out.
    Date published: 2016-12-06
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Quality Nice build quality and lots of compartments for carrying other items. Tough to get a Sigma 150-500 in/out with the tripod collar on, but able to work around it (it does fit the lens).
    Date published: 2016-03-28
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Just the job - Sigma 50-500 I bought a Sigma 50-500 lens to go on my Pentax K7. It's a big lens but it fits in this case just fine (ideally rotate the lens mount). It fits even with the first lens extension in place and with the second extension clipped on backwards. The other pockets are small but good enough for spare battery and there is included rain cover.
    Date published: 2012-08-15
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Just what I've been looking for. I was at a Camera Store the other day when I saw these. I've been looking for suitable Lens holsters for quite some time. I looked at leather. Too Pricey and they said they couldn't make one for the Canon 1Dx. I could have gotten a couple for my 2 Canon 7D's but they were just too much for those cameras. Anyway, I bought the 30 V2.0 for one of my 7Ds, should have waited to get them from B & H. One of my 7D's has a Battery Grip so it wouldn't fit in the 30. I have an EF 70-200mm 2.8L IS Lens with 1.4X II Extender and it fits great in the 30. I'll probably get more padding out of other camera bags and put it at the bottom with the zipper open to extend the length. It's a great holster. Easy to get to and easy to carry with other cameras without the fear of them bumping together. I bought the 40 for my 1Dx with EF 24-70mm 2.8L lens and I just ordered another 40, I got the last one at the store thank God, because they are around 10 dollars less on here but I got to check the 40 to see if my 7D with EF 100-400mm 4.5-5.6L IS Lens and it fit, a little snug but that's okay. Ordered the 40 a few minutes ago. I would definitely recommend this holster and the 40 holster. Thanks Think Tank.
    Date published: 2013-05-27
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