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05-02-2018, 11:25 AM - 2 Likes   #1
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Think Tank Photo Digital Holster 50 V2.0 (Black) 881 B&H Photo!

I just received this for my K3, Sigma 300 F4, plus TC. With the extension, it fits perfectly. I'm quite impressed with the quality of this holster! Nice, smooth zippers. Has a hidden rain cover! Has a couple of other pockets for misc. items. A nice shoulder strap is also included.

All in all, this definitely is well worth the price, I'm very pleased with it!

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Yes, I've had an older version for a number of years and they work very well
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Looks great !
And, it doesn't look as bulky as a standard "oversize" bag.
Any idea if this could be used with a K3/grip and a 150-450 lens on it ?
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I like holster style bags, thanks for the tip.

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QuoteOriginally posted by jpzk Quote
Looks great !
And, it doesn't look as bulky as a standard "oversize" bag.
Any idea if this could be used with a K3/grip and a 150-450 lens on it ?
Here's the inside dimensions:

Interior Dimensions
7.25 x 7.25 x 11.25 - 14.25" (18.4 x 18.4 x 28.6 - 36.2 cm)
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QuoteOriginally posted by csa Quote
Here's the inside dimensions:

Interior Dimensions
7.25 x 7.25 x 11.25 - 14.25" (18.4 x 18.4 x 28.6 - 36.2 cm)
Thanks!
I'll check this when I get home.
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I have the Think Tank 20 V2.0 and I have used it with my K-1 and D FA 150-450, so if the other model doesn't work out this one will. It's a little snug vertically but the top flap can be zipped up without trouble. And the tripod foot cannot be attached when the camera + lens are placed in the holster. I don't think there would be room for an attached camera strap but that isn't a problem for me as the holster is where the camera goes when I'm not shooting. I've used this holster with the nice shoulder strap and alternatively with the Think Tank belt. For me this holster is perfect as this is my biggest camera + lens combination and I like the smallest product that works.

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I've seen this holster in person and it's on my wish list.. On the other end of the spectrum I have two Think Tank Turnstyle slings (5 & 10) and they are the best and most useful bags I have ever had, but they are for smaller kits when you wish to go very light. Very well made products!
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I forgot to mention, that I have a 6" tripod rail on the lens tripod foot, adding another 1-1/2" depth; and the K3 fits fine in this holster.
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The modular Think Tank system is surprisingly complete and varied. Look for a review in the coming weeks!
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Looking forward to your review. I'm extremely impressed with the quality of this holster, as well as the comfortable strap with very strong connectors. The hidden rain cover is such a nice added touch! Absolutely nothing "flimsy" about this product at all!
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QuoteOriginally posted by csa Quote
Looking forward to your review. I'm extremely impressed with the quality of this holster, as well as the comfortable strap with very strong connectors. The hidden rain cover is such a nice added touch! Absolutely nothing "flimsy" about this product at all!
Think Tank's products are very utilitarian, and extremely (I insist on the word) well made. Some companies like Peak Design put a lot of thought about the appearance of their products (with good results I might say). I believe think Tank puts function before form and the results are always excellent. That's not to say they aren't good-looking but the main purpose is not about looks.
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QuoteOriginally posted by csa Quote
Think Tank Photo Digital Holster 50 V2.0 (Black) 881 B&H Photo!

I just received this for my K3, Sigma 300 F4, plus TC. With the extension, it fits perfectly. I'm quite impressed with the quality of this holster! Nice, smooth zippers. Has a hidden rain cover! Has a couple of other pockets for misc. items. A nice shoulder strap is also included.

All in all, this definitely is well worth the price, I'm very pleased with it!
Takes a K1with grip and DFA 150-450 as well... have this in my car behind the seat at all times in case I see something. Can shorten it for the DFA 70-200 as well.

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QuoteOriginally posted by jpzk Quote
Looks great !
And, it doesn't look as bulky as a standard "oversize" bag.
Any idea if this could be used with a K3/grip and a 150-450 lens on it ?
See above... tripod foot has to be taken of lens to fit.
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