Reviews and Problems with Think Tank Speed Freak V2.0
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Bit too big
nwphoto, B&H Photo
3 weeks ago
Excerpt: I do a lot of field work so having just the right bag is a serious decision. I've tried a number of bags from Lowepro and some of the messenger style bags including one from Thinktank. I settled on Speed Demon, not this bag. This bag was too bulky and heavy when loaded.
Excerpt: I bought this bag because I recently purchased a new lens that would not fit in my old camera bag. I fits my Canon 7D with my 18-200mm lens attached and my new Canon 100-400mm II lens perfectly with room to spare. I will be using it for the first time on an Alaskan charter yacht cruise.
Other Reasons to Buy This Bag Beyond Its Cool Name
ArchitectGJA, B&H Photo
18 May 2015
Excerpt: This is a great bag for carrying a decent amount of equipment on a day trip, but not necessarily your entire supply of lenses, bodies and accessories on an extended journey if you are a serious photographer.
Excerpt: Just had it for a week, but first impressions are outstanding. Fits a lot more than one would think. Had my Fuji X-T1 with a 10-24 with a L bracket, a 55-200mm, a 18-55, and the 35 f/1.4 Also had all the normal accessories like spare batteries, SD cards, cleaning equipment.
Excerpt: Wow, what a bag. I've been using the Think Tank Glass Taxi backpack for years. I really like it and have carried it for weeks at a time around the world in tough situations. It has been great except I keep putting it on the ground to change lenses.
Excerpt: I learned my lesson about buying a bag big enough to fit all my gear, but so big I need a hand-truck just to transport it. I needed something for event photography - something that I could actually walk around with for a half a day without hurting my back.