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[REVIEWS] ThinkTank Review of My Gear!

 
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Oct 10, 2007 14:20 |  #1

Ok, if anyone is interested, I finally completed all the review of ThinkTank Products that I have.

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Oct 27, 2007 08:25 |  #2

So...we can assume you like ThinkTank products?

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I'd ask them for a commission check for all your advertising.

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Jan 26, 2008 18:32 |  #3

Thank you for the great review. I was downsizing from my collection of lowepro bags.... Used to have 5 of them. Just sold computrekker and nova 2 last week and only holding on D400 stealth reporter....

I am looking at think tank site almost everyday for the last three weeks and try to find as much review as possible. So far no negative one.... Think tank is coming to Malaysia and I am thinking of DH 50 with belt system....

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Ok, if anyone is interested, I finally completed all the review of ThinkTank Products that I have.

See Below:


7D, 450D, EF17-40L, EF70-200/2.8L IS, 580EX, 550EX,..... Benro C-427 CF Tripod, Markin M10 Ballhead;

With all these gears, my photos still suck

  
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Jan 26, 2008 22:05 |  #4

If you haven't read already, we are actually launching a site that will go through an in-depth review of all thinktank products, well at least 95% of it. We are working closely with Thinktank to ensure we cover everything regarding their products and how they are used.

These reviews here are only a small part before we were inspired to provide more information regarding their products.


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Jan 26, 2008 22:36 as a reply to  @ nutsnbolts's post |  #5

Thanks for taking the time...




  
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Jan 27, 2008 10:02 |  #6

nutsnbolts wrote in post #4790123 (external link)
If you haven't read already, we are actually launching a site that will go through an in-depth review of all thinktank products, well at least 95% of it.

Do you work for ThinkTank?



40D and a whole bunch of lenses
Canon 430EX, Kenko 1.4x, Domke F-3X, F-5XB, Zeikos grip
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Jan 27, 2008 16:30 |  #7

SoundsGood wrote in post #4792306 (external link)
Do you work for ThinkTank?

No I don't but we are working together to promote their products. In addition, I do use their products exclusively so I do stand behind their products as my gear is comprised of mostly thinktank. Don't get me wrong, I do use Domke, Lowepro and Crumpler from time to time, however, 98% of the time, I'm all thinktank and this come from the fact that Thinktank products fits what I need.


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Jan 27, 2008 17:08 |  #8

How would you say the ThinkTank Holsters compare to, say, the Domke F-3x ?



40D and a whole bunch of lenses
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Jan 27, 2008 18:25 |  #9

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How would you say the ThinkTank Holsters compare to, say, the Domke F-3x ?

No comparison because they are two different things.

I have the Holsters and I also have the Domke F-3x.

I love them both! If I was going to a wedding (as a guest), I would use my Black Domke F-3x to carry my 40D, flash and few lenses. It doesn't scream out "photographer" until I take out my gear but my point is, it's very low key, small, versatile.

The holster on the other hand, well, it's used differently. If you want to be ultra light and you are not carrying anything else (i.e. flash, extra lenses) and just the camera with your "walk around lens" 17-55, 24-70, etc. it's great! The holster comes with a shoulder strap which you can use to carry around or if you have a belt system, you can attach it to your belt. They also have a digital holster harness. It's best explained >>>here<<< (external link)...

What do I think about the harness. It's an accessory. If you don't like carrying it on the shoulder, you can get this and carry it as a backpack or front pack. There is also a pixel racing harness and shoulder harness that you can attach on this to covert it as well as a backpack. Overall, TT's product is versatile.

One thing to keep in mind. Some people get the smaller holsters because they want to keep it small. I prefer a bit bigger because of the following...

1. I use a grip all the time.
2. The longer lens room allows me to carry two lenses if I need to. IN other words, I can technically carry and 85mm f/1.8 with my 17-55 in the holster 50. (This will make it bulkier).

Overall, Domke is great, Thinktank is great and both have different purposes. Granted there are going to be some overlap with certain products.


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Jan 28, 2008 03:36 |  #10

Many thanks for sharing those great reviews with us.

Laurent.


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