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THINK TANK SKIN 75 POP DOWN V2.0

Web Code: 147THI162  •  Mfr Code: TTK0447
THINK TANK SKIN 75 POP DOWN V2.0
Only $69.99 CAD
THINK TANK SKIN 75 POP DOWN V2.0 is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
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Product Highlights
  • Belt Pouch
  • Pop-down Feature
  • Top Grab Handle
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  • Belt Pouch
  • Pop-down Feature
  • Top Grab Handle
  • Seam-sealed Rain Cover
  • Belt pouch holds larger lenses, such as the 70-200 f/2.8 or 100-400 f/4.0
  • "Pop-down" the bottom of the bag when carrying the lens with the hood in position
  • Whether you're using the 70-200 f/2.8 with the lens hood in position or reversed, the Lens Changer 75 Pop Down V2.0 can easily convert to fit your shooting style
  • Pop-down the bottom of the pouch when you need the lens hood in the shooting position
  • Leave it up if you don't use a lens hood or if you want a more compact carrying solution with your lens hood reversed
  • Lightweight, flexible, and compressible
  • Pop-down feature allows for hood in position
  • Rotate or lock your components on the belt
  • "Sound Silencer" adds stealth by eliminating hook-and-loop tearing noises
  • Wide mouth opening for quick access
  • Attaches to any Think Tank Photo belt or belt pack (Sold Separately)
  • Skin Pouch includes:
  • One-hand drawstring closure
  • Top flap covers bag and gear, or folds inside to give you quicker access
  • Pockets for lens caps and accessories
  • Removable seam-sealed rain cover included
  • Top grab handle
  • Attachment loops for the Keep-It-Up shoulder strap (optional)
  • Materials:
  • Exterior: All fabric exterior treated with DWR while fabric underside is coated with PU for superior water resistance, YKK RC Fuse (abrasion resistant) zippers, 100D rip-stop nylon, 420D high-density nylon, YKK zippers, nylon webbing, high-density shock cord, 3-ply bonded nylon thread
  • Interior: 210D silver-toned nylon liner, 2x PU coated nylon 210T seam-sealed taffeta rain cover, removable closed cell foam divider, 3-ply bonded nylon thread
  • Specifications:
  • Internal Dimensions: 5.5" W x 10-14"H x 4"D (14 x 25.4 - 35.6 x 10.2 cm)
  • Weight: 0.5 oz / .2 kg
  • Gear Profile:
  • 70-200 f/2.8 with the lens hood in position
  • 100-400 f/4 with the lens hood in position
  • Also holds a zoom lens such as the 24-70 2.8 with the lens hood in position
 
 

What’s Included:

  • One-hand drawstring closure
  • Top flap covers bag and gear, or folds inside to give you quicker access
  • Pockets for lens caps and accessories
  • Removable seam-sealed rain cover included Top grab handle
  • Attachment loops for the Keep-It-Up shoulder strap (optional)
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    Rated 4 out of 5 by from "awesome bag, but a hair too small" "I purchased this bag, along with a SpeedPro belt, DoubleWide 2.0, Skin50 2.0, and Pixel Racing Harness. All in all, this is a great kit, especially for concerts, events, and weddings. The build quality & materials are all what is expected of ThinkTank products -- excellent craftsmanship all around. My only gripe is with the Skin 75. I bought it specifically to carry my Sigma 300mm f/2.8 EX. That's a big chunk of glass to schlep around. If I pop down the bag, the lens fits, with the hood in shooting position, with the front element pointing down. It's a very tight fit though, and I wouldn't expect to be able to do it on the fly while wearing the bag on my belt. The lens also fits as a drop-in, with the front element pointing up, but then the flap doesn't cover it properly, so it's begging to get dust or splatters on it. But it'll work that way in a pinch, if I have to make a quick change. The lens also fits, with the hood reversed, nose down and the pop-down feature stowed away. I'll pack it this way (inside another bag) for transport, but it's not really feasible to work with it like this. I really wish the diameter of this bag was just a teeny bit bigger. Even an extra inch of circumference would make it so much easier to work with. That said, this bag will without hesitation swallow any 70-200 f2/8, with the hood ready to go. If you're looking for a bag for *really* big glass, this might not be it for you. Best to try it out in person if you can. Looks like I might have to buy a GlassTaxi or something instead--but we'll see how this handles in the real world for a few days of shooting."
    Date published: 2013-07-24
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