Reviews and Problems with Think Tank Shape Shifter
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This bag is amazing!
RGracia, B&H Photo
2 weeks ago
Excerpt: I was looking for a backpack that would hold quite a few pieces of photographic equipment for an upcoming workshop I am taking requiring me to take a wide range of images using several skills so needed several primes, body, zoom and tripod carrying without looking like I am moving cross country.
Excerpt: Being a night club photographer and dj many nights I'm double booked carrying everything I need to both dj then take pictures. I got this bag so I'm able to stuff it full of what's needed. It's form factor is great far from bulky. Straps well padded and size fully loaded is small.
Excerpt: I've owned this bag for 4 years primarily for commuting with my gear on airplanes and by car and for day hikes. I use this pack almost daily for carrying my work laptop and every weekend for hiking trips with my camera equipment inside.
Excerpt: Like most photographers, I have several camera bags, for all different occasions, but after inspecting the Shapeshifter, I know it will become one of my favorites. Like all Think Tank bags, (I have four different ones), they are all constructed with impeccable craftmanship and you can tell that...
Excerpt: This is the best backpack ever for my needs. It holds a lot of equipment and not just what is advertised because of the clam shell enclosure. This backpack is brilliant all the way around, and I love the way it compresses down to a small size. Just get it and you will see what I mean.
Excerpt: As a run-and-gun filmmaker, this is a dream. I need to be able to pack light, and move quickly.I had been using the Think Tank Airport TakeOff Rolling case with Backpack straps for the better part of two years, and this shapeshifter backpack is so much more effective for my uses.Most of what I shoot...
Pros: Airline Friendly, Compact, Durable, Easy to Use
Excerpt: With some airlines recently reducing the size of carry on bags, the Think Tank Shape Shifter was the answer to conveniently transporting my gear. 5DM3 and 6D both w/grips, EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USM, EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM, EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II USM, Extender EF 1.4x III and other smaller items.