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Think Tank StreetWalker Backpack


Price: £169.00 & FREE Delivery in the UK. Details
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  • Vertically thin design with contoured curved top makes it easier to navigate urban environments
  • Designed for a DSLR with the 70-200 2.8 attached and hoodin position

Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 14 x 22 x 41 cm ; 1.5 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 2.2 Kg
  • Item model number: 004742
  • ASIN: B001OOGCV2
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 6 Dec 2010

Product Description

Vertically thin design with contoured curved top makes it easier to navigate urban environmentsdesigned for a dslr with the 70-200 2.8 attached and hoodin positionmonopod and tripod mounting system - product comes with detachable accessory strapscontoured harness for men and women; includes pockets and d ringsair channel on back of the bag for circulation and comfort

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Amazon.com: 25 reviews
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Hardcore 15 Aug 2010
By Dokument - Published on Amazon.com
I am a documentary filmmaker who has taken this bag into the most difficult of travel conditions. It has been my saving grace in the jungles of the Democratic Republic of Congo, Kenya, Rwanda and Haiti. The elastic water proof cover kept my gear dry and with the use of condensation pellets - my lenses, camera and hard drives suffered no humidity damage. It is super comfortable and fits in the overhead compartments on smaller airplanes when having to do in-country flights.
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
My favorite "traveling light" camera bag 3 Jan 2010
By A. C. Walaszek - Published on Amazon.com
This is the camera bag I use when I am not traveling with my laptop. It easily accommodates my dSLR, two large lenses, and various accessories. It is light; even when fully loaded, it is comfortable to wear. The construction is durable. It has a slim profile and does not look like a camera bag (unless you have a tripod attached).

The only downside is that it is not easy to access gear on the go. Otherwise, I highly recommend it.

My travel kit includes:
- D300 body, with 17-55 f/2.8 lens attached, hood on backward
- 70-300mm VR lens, hood on backward
- 105 mm VR lens, hood on backward
- lens cleaning kit
- battery charger for D300
+/- SB600 strobe

There are many convenient pockets for passport, phone, cards, filters, etc. The monopod/tripod attachment system is cool, but it makes the bag much bulkier
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Fantastic Photography Bag 9 Nov 2010
By Marscapone - Published on Amazon.com
Love love love this bag and this company. Think Tank makes very nice professional photography bags. This model carries our Canon 7d with two lenses, GoPro camera, and our Canon point and shoot. There is plenty of room for this gear with a little space for another, smaller lens. We have bigger, bulkier backpacks but this is our first choice always. It is so comfortable and compact that we enjoy taking it hiking and traveling. We've finally, after about 8 months, decided to add a travel tripod but realized we misplaced the straps needed to carry the tripod. We contacted Think Tank directly to purchase and they offered to send free of charge. Such good customer service is hard to come by now-a-days, especially with so many photography companies piecemealing every little item (that is in reference to GoPro!) My only drawback is I don't have much room for growth. As my lens collection grows I will need to get a bigger bag but I definitely will be getting another Think Tank bag.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Really nice, but not perfect (for me) 1 Mar 2012
By David L. Reade - Published on Amazon.com
Really about 3.5 stars. Lots of nice things to say about this bag - slim, light, deep, can fit lots of stuff in it.

To make it perfect (for me):

(1) This is the biggie to me - it should have zipper covers (like Tamrac) so that the only time the weather cover is needed is when things get extreme. I hate having to pull the cover out every time it's drizzling or lightly snowing or I am in the mist of a waterfall.

(2) I would have liked a second tripod strap about 1/3 of the way down from the top on the cover instead of at the very top blocking access to the contents within without having to unhook it every time. Especially because I am using one of the new reverse folding tripods that fold amazingly small so it doesn't even reach the top.

(3) More dividers and some dividers with hook velcro so you can attach them to each other and create a truly custom layout. Also, velcro across the whole top, not just a little portion of it. Why? Because I don't like having my heavy camera and lens at the top, I prefer it at the bottom so the weight is on my hips and not pulling on my shoulders, but there is no way to reverse the main dividers since there is just a little patch of velcro at the top.

In conclusion, a really good bag, but could be even better!
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Well built bag 22 Dec 2010
By squeege - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
I have only previously purchased lowepro bags and I like this bag a lot more. It has enough room for my 70-200mm f4 is with hood attached, canon xsi camera, 50mm 1.8, 55-250mm is, 17-55mm and many other little things.

This bag has a lot of little pockets to stuff things into and it is very well built. The straps are nice and padded and the zippers glide easily and you can tell they will not break.

For any one wanting a small bag like this I would tell them to pick one of these up.
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