Think Tank Photo Adds New Accent Color To Mirrorless Mover Bag Collection
Think Tank Photo’s just released a new accent color—a subtle crosshatch weave of heathered grey—to its popular Mirrorless Mover bag collection. Designed exclusively to fit today’s smaller mirrorless compact system cameras, this collection offers photographers top quality materials and superior craftsmanship.
Crafted from a durable fabric that offers a water-repellent coating of DWR on the outside and a polyurethane coating on the underside, the bags are sewn with 3-ply bonded nylon thread. Featuring strong YKK RC Fuse zippers, antique nickel-plated metal hardware, removable closed cell foam dividers, a polyurethane-backed nylex liner and a 2x polyurethane coated nylon 210T seam-sealed rain cover. Designed with an easily accessible front organizer pocket, stretchable side pockets for accessories and an internal mesh pocket on the lid for batteries or other items.
Available in four sizes: the Mirrorless Mover 5 measures 4.7x5.9x3.9”, weighs 0.4 pounds and is large enough to accommodate a small mirrorless body with a small telephoto lens attached.
The Mirrorless Mover 10 measures 5.3x6.1x4.5”, weighs 0.5 pounds and can fit one medium size mirrorless body, 1-2 lenses and additional accessories.
The Mirrorless Mover 20 measures 8.9x6.1x4.5”, weighs 0.7 pounds and fits one medium size mirrorless body, 2-3 lenses and additional accessories.
The Mirrorless Mover 30 measures 11x8.9x5.7”, weighs 1.0 pounds and fits one medium to large mirrorless body, 2-4 lenses, an iPad and additional accessories. This model also features a padded non-slip flexible shoulder strap.
More info on Think Tank Photo here.
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