Excerpt: Was looking for a smaller, run and gun type bag when I don't need a lot of equipment, and one that would take weight off of my shoulders. This one is just about right and has a good amount of room in a pinch. Have to agree with another reviewer that the top cover zipper opening is pretty pointless. Will see how the belt works over time, its big enough, just not very substantial. But that does allow it to stow away...
Pros: Comfortable Strap, Durable, Good Protection, Lightweight, Well built quality
Excerpt: I currently own a Think Tank Speed Demon, and love it! I wear it around my waist 100% of the time. I don't think I even know where the shoulder strap is any more.<br /><br />I purchased the Speed Freak because my telephone zoom doesn't quite fit in the Speed Demon. It is about 1" too long. The Speed Freak has plenty of room for the long lens.<br /><br />However, for my use, the Speed Freak is just a little too big and cumbersome.
Pros: Easily Accessible Equipment, Roomy, Strong Construction
Excerpt: This is my first Think Tank purchase. I twisted and twisted on if i should spend this much on another bag, but being the proud owner of a closet full of camera bags by Lowepro, Crumpler and Domke, i gave in and gave them a try. <br />My first impression was WOW. <br />Then i realised that the people who made this bag thinks about what they are going to make, and thaught alot abot the photographer that is going to use it.
Pros: Comfortable Strap, Compact, Durable, Good Protection, Lightweight
Excerpt: The Speed Racer V2.0 was worth the wait. My only complaint is I didn't have this years ago when I really needed it. I started shooting in the late 60's and I can't tell you how many bags I have owned. This is the best EVER. After 40+ years of dragging photo equipment around my back is done. This ergonomic belt is fantastic it actually supports my back. The interior is very adaptable. I can carry a D3s w/28-70mm hood on.
Pros: Adaptably, Comfortable Strap, Durable, Good Protection