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Think Tank Digital Holster 20 V2.0: 5D Mark II + 70-200mm f/2.8 IS II?

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Location: Vancouver, B.C.
Jul 31, 2012 03:18 |  #1

Just picked up a 5D II kit today, and I'm wondering whether anyone has any experience with the Think Tank Digital Holster 20 V2.0? I'm looking for a new bag to carry around my camera in, when needed, and I like that unextended, this seems like it would fit my kit well, but that... if extended... it *should* fit the camera with my 70-200mm as well? But I'm just wondering whether anyone has every tried this combo (5DII + 70-200 2.8 IS II) in the bag, before I go and pick it up? :)

I've read online that it does fit, but the salesman at the store said it would be extremely tight (he didn't have one in stock to try it with, though), so I just wanted to check first.

Thanks in advance!

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Joined Feb 2007
Location: Mt. Carmel, TN
Jul 31, 2012 22:56 |  #2

I forget what verson of that I have (or size for that matter, its one of the bigger ones.... But nice product, you can carry one camera pretty nicely... Also use it on the belt on occasion......

Seems like I have a 40 or 50 so you can use a grip in it too.... I don't like to do the unzipping on it. Don't trust the zipper a lot (no zippers on stuff like that, had too many break).......

You'll like it if you get one that fits......

Too Much Camera Stuff......

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Joined Feb 2007
Location: Sioux Falls,SD
Aug 01, 2012 00:11 |  #3

I have a Digital Holster 20 version 1 and use it all the time and really like it. Very versatile. As far as fit goes I have a 50D(no grip) and use both 70-200f4 and 100-400 lenses in it. Neither are "super tight" but are a good fit. That might give you an idea comparing specs to your setup as I don't have either the 5D or 70-200-2.8.

Hope that helps you.

50D,10-22,17-55IS,85 f1.8, 100 f2.8 Macro,70-200f4ISL,100-400L,Kenko 1.4TC & Ext. tubes, 580ex flash

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