Think Tank Photo Introduces Vision Series Camera Bags

Think Tank Photo has introduced its Vision series of camera shoulder bags, a new line designed to accommodate mirrorless and DSLR cameras alongside professional-sized lenses and lens hoods.

Think Tank Photo debuted the Vision 10, Vision 13 and Vision 15 bags. The bags feature a padded divider system that can be customized to meet individual needs, as well as pockets for tablets and laptops.

The Vision 10 bag ($109.75) is the smallest of the series, offering enough interior space for a single standard-size camera body with either a short zoom or wide lens attached alongside another lens or two and a 10-inch tablet. There's also space for a detached 24-70mm lens.

The Vision 13 ($129.75) offers a bit more space, including enough room for both a 10-inch tablet and a 13-inch laptop, as well as up to a 70-200mm detached lens.

Vision 15 Bag

Vision 15 Bag

The Vision 15 ($139.75) offers the most space with room for a standard size camera body with an attached 24-70mm lens, up to four extra lenses and flash, as well as a 10-inch tablet and up to a 15-inch laptop. There's also room for a 70-200mm detached lens.

All three bags feature exterior fabric with a water-repellent DWR coating and polyurethane underside coating, as well as YKK RC Fuse zippers, 420D velocity nylon, 350G 3D air mesh, three-ply bonded nylon thread, 500D 2-tone polytech weave nylon tarpaulin and antique-plated metal hardware.

The bags' interior includes a 200D liner and PU-backed Nylex liner, 3-ply bonded nylon thread, a rain cover and removable foam dividers. Other features include padded non-slip shoulder straps, dedicated phone pocket, luggage handle pass-through, water bottle pocket and a reinforced top handle.

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