Reviews and Problems with Think Tank Retrospective 10
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Absolutely love this bag!
6 June 2012
Excerpt: The interior accessories pocket is tight and not very deep compared to the Retrospective 20. If you use a 70-200mm sparingly (aka not needing it as a primary lens) then this is the bag for you. If your primary lens is a 70-200mm f2.8 or f4; recommend that you use the Retrospective 20. The Retrospective 10 will be a bit shallow and tight for a mounted 70-200mm.
Excerpt: Love the style, construction and utility. Holds my for full kit of D7000, N80-200, Tokina11-16 and 35/1.8. Probably could get another lens and flash in. Oh, plus accessories (card,battery, pen, paper...) Tried for a while and returned with Adorama's fabulous return policy. Don't know how durable, but seems like it'll last even with average "abuse." Getting the 7. Wanted to carry iPad or small laptop occasionally.
Excerpt: It's really great bag and tough as nails. I care the bag with me everywhere I go and even to work. There isn't even a lose thread anywhere. I normally a Low Pro user but heard the rage on Think Tank and had to give em a try. Not disappointed at all.
Pros: Comfortable Strap, Compact, Durable, Good Protection, Lightweight
Excerpt: I won't go over all the specs; the item description is accurate. However, and being a Domke fan/owner I thought I'd never hear myself say this -- this is the best camera bag you can purchase in this size range. When you receive the bag and begin going through all the features, you start to wonder why every other bag doesn't incorporate the same thoughtful design. This bag was, most assuredly, designed by an avid photographer.
Pros: Comfortable Strap, Compact, Durable, Good Protection, Travel
Excerpt: It's a great shooter's bag until you put the raincover on; with that on it's a storage bag.<br />The raincover takes a while to get on too...so you better put it on early. It doesn't cover the back of the bag.<br />Many users on forums (POTN) have thanked TT customer service.<br />Recommend the bag, provided you consider the raincover and how it changes the way the bag functions.
Excerpt: I have a Think tank Retrospective 30 that I use when traveling on a plane. I needed something smaller for going out and shooting around town. This fit what I needed. I can fit 3 lenses in it and my camera body, plus all needed extras. I recommend this bag to anyone wanting something that doesn't call out, I am a Camera bag.
Excerpt: My wife and I recently backpacked around Malaysia for 3 weeks. I needed a bag for daily use for the camera as well as for valuable items, such has passport, phone, money, airline tickets, water bottle, snacks etc. The weather was uncomfortable: 28 celsius every night and 36 celsius every day. The humidity was constantly between 90 and 100 percent. We travelled in buses, boats, trains, cars, aeroplanes and walked the crowded streets and alleys.
Pros: Hard to remove camera
Cons: Hard to remove camera, Velcro not big enough
Excerpt: I use this bag for walking around with minimal but necessary gear. I can carry a D7K with lens attached plus 2 other lenses and a speedlight, as well as other small items (filters, cleaning cloths, etc) I have several other bags for carrying more gear, but for light travel, this is the one.
Pros: Comfortable Strap, Compact, Durable, Good Protection