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Thinktank TurnStyle 20 First impressions.

 
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Nov 05, 2013 08:20 |  #16

Check out the flipside 20L or maybe the 15. The quality is not as good at TT but they are pretty lightweight and easy to work out of and carry. I think I am going to get a 20 for hiking.

If you can tolerate a shoulder bag, the retrospective 30 is nice. Its a little heavy on your shoulder but the front pouches work well for filters. I love it but a shoulder bag gets heavy pretty quick and if you carry a tripod its really awkward after a while.


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Feb 24, 2014 14:49 |  #17

knak wrote in post #16264267 (external link)
I got mine the other day. Loaded it with the 5D Mk III, 24-70, 70-200, a 560EX and iPad.
I love how much I can fit into the little bag. I also found it has a rain cover built in to the bottom of the bag, somehow I missed that on the website when I bought it.

Hey Knak,

I am looking at the bag to carry the same equipment that you listed. With that said, how was it to carry the equipment you listed for a period of time? heavy? not bad?

btw, I grew up in Lansing..

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Mar 08, 2014 13:21 |  #18

Fantastic bag! Just added it to my ThinkTank addiction as well! :)

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Mar 08, 2014 15:48 |  #19

I love this bag and carry it everyday. m43 gear and an iPad.
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Jun 04, 2014 12:21 as a reply to  @ post 16425428 |  #20

I'm looking to purchase the turn style 10 or 20. I have a bad back so I don't carry more the my 7d/35mm and an extra lens or when I watch soccer 7d/70-200 2.8 is. Which would be better 10 or 20? I have a maxpedition colossus and a full day trip around DC with the bag was hard on my back since it's heavy to begin with.


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Jun 04, 2014 12:43 |  #21

I went with the 20 because its so light, little extra room is nice to have.


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Jun 04, 2014 13:46 as a reply to  @ Tommydigi's post |  #22

^^and you'll be surprised how small the turnstyle 20 still is...


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Jun 04, 2014 14:14 |  #23

ChristopherMadison wrote in post #16951513 (external link)
^^and you'll be surprised how small the turnstyle 20 still is...

That too. Even though its the largest turn style, its really a small bag. Its become my favorite.


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Jun 04, 2014 19:39 as a reply to  @ Tommydigi's post |  #24

Ok I'll go with the 20


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Jun 12, 2014 15:46 |  #25

Got the turnstyle 20 but I think it's too big the 10 would have been perfect.


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Jun 12, 2014 16:06 |  #26

kipliq wrote in post #16967936 (external link)
Got the turnstyle 20 but I think it's too big the 10 would have been perfect.

What gear do you have? I have a 5DIII, 24-105, 70-200 f/4, and a 580EXII and it all just barely fits in the Turnstyle 20.




  
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Jun 13, 2014 23:52 as a reply to  @ mike_d's post |  #27

I'm just looking for a bad that will fit my 7d 35L attached and maybe my 10-22. I'm unable to carry more lenses because I have degenerative discs. I mostly shoot with my 35mm most of the time now. I think I'll keep looking as maybe with my bad back a backpack might be better for my back. Returned to turnstyle it was a sweet bag


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Jun 14, 2014 00:10 |  #28

kipliq wrote in post #16970651 (external link)
I'm just looking for a bad that will fit my 7d 35L attached and maybe my 10-22. I'm unable to carry more lenses because I have degenerative discs. I mostly shoot with my 35mm most of the time now. I think I'll keep looking as maybe with my bad back a backpack might be better for my back. Returned to turnstyle it was a sweet bag

Or maybe a sling for the camera and a belt pouch for the spare lens.




  
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Jun 17, 2014 23:05 |  #29

mike_d wrote in post #16970675 (external link)
Or maybe a sling for the camera and a belt pouch for the spare lens.

That is one Idea I've been looking at. Settled on a Lowepro hatchback 22L


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Jun 19, 2014 07:33 |  #30

Can this bag fit a gripped 5Dc with a 50mm mounted?


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