Think Tank Introduces Digital Holster

Think Tank Photo has introduced the Digital Holster 150, a waist holster designed for super telephoto zoom lenses.

Think Tank Photo said the top loading holster was built to replace a backpack for times when users are carrying around one super telephoto zoom lens and an attached camera body. The Digital Holster 150 is designed to be used with a belt system, such as the Pro Speed Belt V3.0 or other belt system.

The holster features an integrated seam-sealed rain cover, a front pocket that's large enough to hold a 150mm lens filter, an internal pocket for memory cards or lens cloths and an attachment point for monopods or other modular components.

There's also an additional divider included to pack another smaller lens or accessory if the camera-lens setup doesn't require all of the internal space.

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