Think Tank Photo TurnStyle 20 Sling Camera Bag V1 (Charcoal)

Think Tank Photo TurnStyle 20 Sling Camera Bag V1 (Charcoal)

Think Tank Photo TurnStyle 20 Sling Camera Bag V1 (Charcoal)

B&H # THTS20C MFR # 465
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Product Highlights

  • Holds DSLR, 4 Lenses & Accessories
  • Accommodates 9.7" Tablet
  • Dual Function Sling Bag or Belt Pack
  • Main Camera Area with Interior Dividers
  • Front Pocket with Organizer
  • Water-Resistant Lightweight Materials
  • Breathable Air-Mesh Back Panel
  • Shoulder Strap with Quick Release Buckle
  • Removable Rain Cover
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The lightweight charcoal TurnStyle 20 V1 Sling Camera Bag from Think Tank Photo is water resistant and holds a DSLR with four lenses and accessories inside interior dividers within the main zippered camera compartment. It also accommodates a 9.7" tablet in a dedicated padded zippered exterior pocket at the back of the bag. For holding accessories, there are assorted pockets throughout the sling.

The TurnStyle 20 V1 bag is convertible from a camera sling worn over your shoulder to a photo belt pack worn around your waist. For converting the bag use the padded strap that detaches from one end via its slip-in clip. This clip can slide into one of two nylon webbed loops. When inserting the clip into the loop on the padded tab at the side, you can wear the bag like a belt pack around your waist. When placing the clip into the loop at the top, you transform your bag into a shoulder sling. The TurnStyle 20 V1 can also be carried using a grip handle at the top.

Pockets

Front pocket with organizer that includes two open slip pockets and two pen slots
Open slip pocket inside the back of the main compartment
Dedicated external zippered padded pocket at the back of the bag holds a large 9.7" tablet

Construction

Easily rotate bag for quick access when you are wearing it around your shoulder or around your waist
Adjustable waist expansion when wearing the belt pack
Nylon-webbed zipper-pull tab assists in opening and closing dual-zippered main compartment
Zippered flap to main compartment can be opened to drop halfway down the front of the bag for easy-access to your gear
Interior removable camera dividers are made from high-density closed cell foam
Lightweight water-resistant durable poly ballistic fabrics
Durable YKK racquet-coil abrasion-resistant zippers
Removable rain cover made from seam-sealed taffeta with double polyurethane coatings
Adjustable sling strap has a quick release buckle and is wide for comfort
Stabilizer strap holds the bag steady while active or tucks away when not in use
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Think Tank Photo TurnStyle 20 Sling Camera Bag V1 (Charcoal)
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    Think Tank Photo TurnStyle 20 specs

    Features Tablet Pocket
    Carrying/Transport Options Sling Strap, Top Handle, Waist Pack
    Camera Support Strap None
    Compartments
    Laptop/Tablet Compartment Dimensions 8.1 x 10.2 x 0.6" / 20.5 x 26.0 x 1.5 cm
    Exterior
    Exterior Dimensions 9.3 x 17.3 x 5.4" / 23.5 x 44 x 13.7 cm
    Exterior Material Nylon
    Type of Closure Zipper
    Water Resistance Rain Cover
    Interior
    Interior Dimensions 8.3 x 15 x 4.8" / 21 x 38 x 12.2 cm
    Interior Material Foam, Nylon, Polyurethane, Taffeta
    Weight 1.2 lb / 0.5 kg
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 2.3 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 18.5 x 9.7 x 7.4"

    Think Tank Photo TurnStyle 20 reviews

    TurnStyle 20 Sling Camera Bag V1 (Charcoal) is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 39.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from TurnStyle 20 Bought this to store and carry my Cannon 70d with 70-200mm attached. I configured it so that one of the dividers holds the camera and lens tight and just leaves room for my 35mm lens and charger on the other side. I guess I could put more stuff in but I didn't want it all banging around together. Scared to put my Ipad in because it fits right next to part against your back. I don't think it would fit with a protective case. Also scared there is not enough padding if I dropped the bag, so I put some bubble wrap in there. I think its a good bag for me, as I don't have a lot of gear and its compact. You will have to reverse the lens hood to fit on the 70-200. I use it for my three daughters sporting events.
    Date published: 2014-02-25
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Convenient bag I am using this bag with a Nikon D500 with a 70-200/4 zoom attached and a separate 24/1.8 lens. The bag fits this equipment exactly. Anything larger would not fit. The front bag holds a couple of filters. That's it, no more space for anything else. This is my first sling-style bag and I really like it. It allows me to access my equipment without putting down the bag. I am rather tall (6'4) but the bag nevertheless feels very comfortable. The shoulder strap is sufficiently long. The bag stays in place on my back when moving around and sits close to my body. Great design. Yes, the padding is pretty thin but I can live with that given that the bag stays on my shoulder all the time when I use it.
    Date published: 2016-06-11
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Holds FF Canon with 70-200 2.8 attached PLUS a prime lens I had 2 requirements: must hold 6d with Canon 70-200 f/2.8L IS Mk 2 ATTACHED, plus the not so small Sigma 35mm Art prime, and it must be small and comfortable. This bag succeeds in all areas. This is the smallest one I found that can do it for sure. I can easily get a big Speedlite in there too, but only if I use the Speedlite case or a cloth or pad for protection, as I would need to lay it on top of or under the attached 70-200. It also had a pretty good amount of other space for filters, batteries, iPad, etc. Perfect for the 90% of the time I don't need the big pack and all the other stuff. Well made. The padding is there, but as others have said I would not toss it on the wood floor when I come home or anything, but then why would I do that anyway. Looks good on, compared to the awkward look of a huge backpack. B&H delivered as usual faster than predicted and well packed, in perfect condition.
    Date published: 2015-07-21
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Difficult to access I have this bag and have used it locally and on trips. Nice bag, but my main issue is accessing my camera. The opening zip is straight across the opening, which does not allow the top to be flipped back to access the camera, a full frame 35mm with a 24-70 zoom or my other FF camera with a fixed lens. This was particularly troublesome during a trip to Alaska where, to protect cameras from the elements, I kept them in the bag and was constantly frustrated when I tried to get to them quickly. The opening to access the inside of the bag should have a top that folds back. Simple enough.
    Date published: 2016-06-21
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great tag along bag I am comparing this bag to the Think Tank Retrospective 10 which I own as well. I needed a bag that I could take along to small shoots or events and not have to drag my big think tank bag along. I started with the retrospective 10. This is a well buit bag and able to withstand a lot of abuse. The TurnStyle 20 uses different material but looks able to withstand some abuse as well. The Turnstyle 20 is more streamlined than the Retrospective 10 and hugs my body more. The Retrospecitve was bulky and stuck out to much and hence moved around a good bit. They both hold about the same amount of equipment but im pretty sure I can get more into the TurnStyle as it is much easer to load equipment in and out of. The retrospective is easier to get into via its big flap opening but I have had no trouble gettting into the TurnStyle. Some people are complaining about the strap of the TurnStyle and only being able to put it on your right shoulder. I have not found this to be a problem. I find it most comfortable to put the strap over my head (from the right side) so it rests on my left shoulder. I can wear it like this all day with no issues. The TurnStyle 20 can also be converted into a waist bag. This is very useful if you are changing lenses a lot and dont have time to set the bag on the ground. The space for the ipad is located in the back where all the padding is and it is well protected. I use this bag to carry my camera (5DII with grip) and two lenses, one attached to the camera (24-70) and one in the bag (70-200). If you did not need to bring the 70-200 and or you had a camera without a grip could probably carry three lenses in this bag. The front compartment is seperated from the main compartment which is nice because you do not have to open the main section to get at your smaller items like memory cards, batteries, etc. All and all this is a very nice bag and I am glad I purchased it. It will make a nice addition to my larger Think Tank bag.
    Date published: 2013-10-05
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good camera bag to carry on I owned several of the Thinktank camera bags for different type of shooting events. And I am looking for a bag for a casual shooting. This bag qualifies for all I expected. I ordered the biggest size in this series, and it is just the right size to put in a D800 with 24-70mm/2.8 attached, and a 70-200mm/2.8 detached, and it still have room left for small prime lens. The back pocket can fit an ipad air in smart case. The bag looks very nice, doesn't look like a camera bag at all. I am happy about it.
    Date published: 2014-02-20
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic Bag! I use this product when I want to carry a substantial amount of gear but also want a bag with fast access - I don't want to have to take off a backpack every time I want the camera or a different lens. I also like to be able to carry a reasonable amount of weight without the fatigue that one gets using a shoulder bag for long periods of time. I'm happy to write that the Turnstyle 20 meets all of my requirements. It holds far more gear than one would guess from looking at the size of it. The pockets are organized so that access to everything is quick and easy. The best is that I never have to take it off. Just rotating it around from the back position to my front brings the bag into position for safe opening and full access to all of my gear. The ability to easily spin it around to the front is also a great theft deterrent in case you are on the subway or in any other pickpocket friendly situation. Here's what I'm comfortably carrying in the bag now: - Canon 7D - Canon EF 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS USM Lens with hood - Canon EF 70-300mm f/4-5.6 IS USM Lens with hood - Speedlite 430 ex ii - Gary Fong Lightsphere - Wireless remote control - Card reader - iPad - Spare battery for 7D - Two sets of 4 rechargeable batteries for the flash And there is still room for one more lens and a few more small odds and ends! Perfect bag for walking around with a reasonable amount of equipment!
    Date published: 2013-09-10
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Nice quality but better for a leftie I wrote a review in 2014 after getting the back and wanted to add additional remarks. I have lowered my stars to 3. Unfortunately this bag is overpriced for its quality and I no longer use it. There is not enough padding in this bag and I had to continually add padding. Should not be for a bag this price. Also not as comfortable for a right handed person. Just my experience with it and unfortunately I wish I didnt' buy it since it is just lying in the basement.
    Date published: 2015-09-05
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