Think Tank Photo Retrospective 7 Shoulder Bag (Black)

BH #THRS7B • MFR #749
Think Tank Photo Retrospective 7 Shoulder Bag (Black)
Key Features
  • For Standard DSLR System/70-200mm f/2.8
  • Holds 10" Tablet or 11" MacBook Air
  • Exterior Pocket for 2nd Body
  • Sound Silencers Eliminate Opening Noises
The black Retrospective 7 Shoulder Bag from Think Tank is a shooter's bag. With enough space for your standard DSLR with a 24-70mm f/2.8 attached and a 70-200mm f/2.8 by its side, you'll also have enough room left over for your flash and accessories. Plus, there's a rear pocket large enough for your 10" tablet or 11" MacBook Air. The internal dividers can be configured to accommodate the gear you need that day. Inside, there are two hook and loop nylon pockets that can hold a flash or similar sized item. Outside, under the main flap is another pocket that can hold an additional DSLR body or accessories.
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Think Tank Photo Retrospective 7 Overview

The black Retrospective 7 Shoulder Bag from Think Tank is a shooter's bag. With enough space for your standard DSLR with a 24-70mm f/2.8 attached and a 70-200mm f/2.8 by its side, you'll also have enough room left over for your flash and accessories. Plus, there's a rear pocket large enough for your 10" tablet or 11" MacBook Air. The internal dividers can be configured to accommodate the gear you need that day. Inside, there are two hook and loop nylon pockets that can hold a flash or similar sized item. Outside, under the main flap is another pocket that can hold an additional DSLR body or accessories.

The main flap is secured with hook and loop panels and all the zippers are durable YKK design.Think Tank's unique "Sound Silencers" - panels located under the main flap can be deployed to eliminate the "ripping" sound of the touch fasteners when you need to access the interior. This will come in handy when shooting in quiet venues such as court rooms, golf matches or public relations events.

For business cards, there's a clear interior pocket for extra cards or your ID. An interior zippered organizer pocket can hold your filters, cleaning cloths and other small accessories. Pens, maps and even more stuff can be kept within a second interior storage pocket.

Carrying the Retrospective 7 is easy with its adjustable canvas strap or removable top carry handle. The shoulder strap comes with a cushioned pad that can slid along the strap for optimum positioning. The strap is also supplied with patches of non-slip material to keep it stable while in use. For bad weather, the bag comes with a rain cover that covers the bag but exposes both the shoulder and carry strap.

The Retrospective has been designed to keep you fully equipped and unobtrusive while on the job or just out for a walk with the family. It has a classic design that is subtle, functional and backed by Think Tank's lifetime warranty against manufacturer's defects.

Perfectly suited for standard DSLR with a separate pocket for an iPad/11" MacBook Air
The exterior of each Retrospective shoulder bag is purposefully simple, allowing photographers to inconspicuously blend into their shooting environment
Allows you to attach some of Think Tank's optional Modular and Skin gear pouches to increase the capacity of the bag
The "sound silencers" underneath the main flap are used to suppress the loud tearing sound hook-and-loop makes while opening and closing the bag. Simply release the sound silencer panels and cover the hook-and-loop strips to prevent the hook-and-loop from contacting
A clear business card pocket, for identification and spare cards, is located under the main flap
A fully adjustable, canvas strap is integrated into each Retrospective 7. For extra comfort, a breathable cushioned pad slides along the strap for optimum positioning. Sections of non-slip material on the pad helps keep the entire strap on your shoulder
Removable carrying handle for convenience
The seam-sealed rain cover included with the Retrospective 7 was specially designed to keep the carrying handle and integrated shoulder strap outside the rain cover without compromising protection from the elements
Within the Retrospective's main compartment, are two collapsible nylon pockets (one on each side). These pockets are tall enough to fit most flash units or other accessories. A hook-and-loop strap can be used to secure the contents or it can be tucked into the pocket for quicker access
Zippered organizer pocket inside the main compartment. It gives photographers enough space for small, but significant, accessories necessary for a successful shoot
A second interior pocket holds pens, maps, additional business cards and has a convenient hook and loop closure
Lift up the main flap to reveal a spacious exterior pocket. This pocket is large enough to carry a DSLR body or a number of other accessories
Hook-and-loop panels securely fastens the main flap down, keeping valuable photo equipment hidden from view
Removable divider set for custom layouts; high-quality YKK zippers

Think Tank Photo Retrospective 7 Specs

Water ResistanceRain Cover
Packaging Info
Package Weight3.7 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)14.9 x 11.1 x 7.4"
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Asked by: Daniel
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will it fit a full frame with 24-120 f/4 and a 70-200 f/2.8 lens with sb900 flash?
Asked by: William D.
I will answer my own question: I did purchase this bag. I can squeeze my Nikon D750 with attached 24-120 f/4 (without grip), SB900 flash and the 28-200 f2.8 lens. It is VERY tight and not exactly comfortable to use as a working bag.. ok for travel. It is NOT deep enough to hold the D750 with the 28-200 f2.8 attached. This is disappointing. Now, with that said: For travel it's ok. For actively working, the camera is usually around my neck and not in the bag anyway. It is very comfortable and a pleasure to work out of in general. It would be great if the 2.8 could be attached but then the bag would be larger, thus the trade off. For me, it's a solid purchase and a keeper.
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Date published: 2018-08-26

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What is the tangible difference between the Retrospective 7 and Retrospective 10. Only just 0.5 inches wider and one less inch deeper?
Asked by: William G.
The Retrospective 7 and 10 models are similar in size and style, but there are some differences in the configuration that relates to the gear you can pack inside. The 7 has a front pocket (under the flap) that holds a 10 tablet or 11 Macbook Air. The 10 has does not have space for a tablet or laptop. Instead, the 10 has two individual pockets that are each large enough to hold a flash, lenses, or a small DSLR body.
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would a 6d with battery grip fit here? i only have 2 lenses, a 24-70 and 70-200.
Asked by: Ralph A.
The only way i can fit my canon6d with 70-200 lens mounted is to have nothing else int he bag, the 70-200mm Sigma fits at one end standing upright. I'm not sure about the grip battery, the bag is flexible but it will be tight. I use this bag when I travel or round the city.
Answered by: Pat B.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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The specs say it weighs 2-3lbs. Which is it, or what accounts for the range?
Asked by: Bernard
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Answered by: Robert S.
Date published: 2018-08-26
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