- Dimensiones del producto: 35,6 x 32,3 x 28,2 cm ; 1,9 Kg
- Número de modelo del producto: 004094
- ASIN: B0052E90OQ
- Producto en Amazon.es desde: 29 de septiembre de 2011
- Valoración media de los clientes: Sé el primero en opinar sobre este producto
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº1.231.721 en Electrónica (Ver el Top 100 en Electrónica)
Think Tank Speed Racer Belt Pack V2.0
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'The Speed Convertible Series are Hybrid hombro Bags/Belt packs designed for fotógrafos who Value Versatile and ergonomic Camera Bags. First And Foremost a Contoured Shoulder Bag, The Speed forma rtibles Keep Photo Gear Readily accesible. diseño de The Wide Opening Flip Top hinges Away From the Body to rapidly Work in and Out of the bag. as a Shoulder Bag, The Speed forma rtibles Offer durable Zippers, compartimento principal a Secondary Entry, and múltiples bolsillos, for Small accessories. a Cushioned Shoulder Strap with a Long Section of acolchado maximizes Comfort while Carrying the bag in Different Positions. to adapt a Speed Convertible Bag as a Belt Pack, Deploy the Integrated Waistbelt which is conveniently Concealed en dos con cremallera pockets on either side of each Speed Convertible Bag. fastening the flexible Belt around the Waist provides Better stability while walking, especially when used en tándem with the included Shoulder Strap. the Waistbelt also Características modular Rail Sections for attaching modular, Skin or multimedia components To Increase Gear Carrying capacity as needed. the Three Bags in the Speed Convertible Series, Speed Demon V2.0, Speed Freak V2.0 and Speed Racer V2.0 Offer fotógrafos Choice of the Right Bag Size to Suit their equipment and the adaptabilidad for a variety of different assignments. Top Características: easily Converts from Streamlined Shoulder Bag to funcionales Belt Pack Integrated Waistbelt "disappears" by tucking into con cremallera side pockets modular Rail Built into Waistbelt for adding modular giratorio components to Increase Gear capacity Perfiles: One Pro Size DSLR Plus 2 - 3 lentes o accesorios accom modates a 70 - 200 F2.8 Attached to camera Body (except Nikon VR1) Largest Size Bag en Speed Convertible Series Technical Specifications: ID: 11.8 "x 10" x 7 "(29.8 x 25.4 x 17.8 cm) & # x2028; ED: 12.5" x 10.5 "x 10 (31.8 x 26.7 x 25.4 cm) Weight: 2.3 - 3.1 Lbs (1.0 - 1.4 Kg)
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Also noting the gear I have I also tried the Speed Freak (medium sized bag) and it almost worked. I couldn't quite squeeze in everything I had though and would not have been able to add a real third lens instead of the two little pancake sized primes. I also couldn't squeeze in the flash well either. if those two primes were in. It was a great bag as well but I thought you'd like to know since I was dying to find this out before having to buy both. So if you know what gear you need to fit you can make the right choice.
My only complaint is that the zipper is hard to unzip when the weight of the bag is on your shoulder. The shoulder strap gets in the path of the zipper and it's hard to get past it. I plan on trying to see if I can park the double zipper at this place and see if starting the zipper there makes it easier so I don't have to get the zipper under and past the strap that is very taught.
I LOVE this bag! I just rented a 70-300L to compare with my 70-200 mki and went on my first wildlife photo shoot. The bag worked great. I kept it across the opposite shoulder which helped with the weight and when I started to have to hike a lot I used the waist straps to remove the pressure from shoulder. It worked just as advertised. It evenly distributed the weight over both and I ended up walking about 5 miles with it with easy access to my gear.
I also was able to use this twice to go to my daughters play she was in at her high school. It fit nice and compactly under the chair with easy access for me to my lenses as I was still comparing the 70-300 and the 70-200.
* Shoulder Strap - WOW! The shoulder strap is the best I've seen. It is well padded and super comfy.
* Waist Strap - It distributes the weight well and tilts the bag at a perfect angle to work out of. The buckles and slip stops are top notch. The padding against your body is vented and more than enough. Also, there are spots to attach some of Think Tanks modular belt system pieces. I might consider this at some point, but for now this bag holds more than enough.
* Padding - Think Tank just gets this part right. The case is well framed and gives you a lot of confidence when tossing your gear into a trunk or on the ground.
* Organized - It includes a ton of padded Velcro dividers to help you organize your gear how you want it. Something that's really cool is that the dividers have an extra piece of Velcro on them so you can fold the Velcro tabs over and use them as just extra padding. Nice touch!
* Front Pocket - Brilliantly organized and superbly designed.
* Side Pouches - Great for stuffing in snack bars and a canteen. They're made of a heavy-weight mesh with rip-stop bottoms; about 7 inches deep. There is an adjustable synch cord at the top of the pocket to keep everything inside.
* Top Handle - Placed where it works best and makes the grab-and-go carry easy.
* Main Zipper - It's super meaty and kind of hard to unzip when you are wearing it as a shoulder bag. The shoulder strap loops get in the way. This isn't such a bad thing, and when you wear it with just the belt, it leans the bag away from your body enough to make unzipping easier. My solution is just leave it unzipped when I'm working no matter how I wear it.
* Price - As I tell my clients when asked about competitor pricing, "People know what their product is worth and charge accordingly." You get what you pay for and it is so worth the investment. Just buy this bag, you'll love it!
WHAT I CARRY:
Some people just love peeping into another photographer's bag. So, if you were wondering what I fit and carry when I use it, here's the list. I typically do not carry all of these lenses, but when I do, it weighs in at a comfortable 12-15 pounds fully loaded with camera. Keep in mind that when I work out of it, the camera and one lens is in a my B-Grip belt holster. (FYI: I am 6'3", 175lbs, with a 33" waist.)
* Camera: Canon 7D gripped, extra batteries, CF cards
* Lenses: Rokinon 8mm Fisheye, Tokina 11-16, Canon 28mm, 60mm Macro, 85mm, 135mm (all with hoods reversed)
* Flash: Canon 430ex II, Sto-fen, Strobist gel pack, extra AA batteries
* Misc: Sekonic L-308s light meter, YongNuo RF-602's, LensPens, Color Checker, water flask
"ORIGINAL VERSION" VERSUS "V2.0"
So why spend $179 on the Speed Racer V2.0 when Amazon is currently selling the first version for $128 USD (while supplies last)? Since I did not own the original, I searched the internet forums to find an answer. The major upgrades have been to materials and design, but they are very similar.
Some of the improvements that I saw are: The waist belt tucks neatly into the sides now, into a zippered compartment, as opposed to the older version that tucks into the padding side that faces the wearer. This makes the V2.0 slightly slimmer in profile when stowed. And they added a large pocket behind the back padding. The side pouches are a tougher mesh with rip-stop bottoms and the hidden side pockets have been removed. Some of the hardware (zipper pulls, waist belt buckles and slip-stops) have been improved. The front compartment has been redesigned for more organization and ease of access.
So is all this worth the extra $50? To me, a slimmer profile means easier to carry, so yes.
I also own the Think Tank StreetWalker HardDrive backpack. Based on these two purchases, Think Tank is money well spent, and IMHO the best bang for the buck. Feel free to ask any questions you might have. Thanks for reading!