Think Tank Introduces Spectral Shoulder Bag Series

Think Tank has introduced the Spectral Shoulder Bag Series — three sizes of bags to protect camera gear with Fidlock’s magnetic latch auto-loc for one handed opening and closing.

Think Tank said the internal zippered flap provides a weather barrier and protection from theft. It tucks away when not in use. A waterproof tarpaulin base with integrated attachment points are used for tripod straps.

The bag comes in three sizes. The largest is the Spectral 15, which holds a single body, zoom lens, up to four extra lenses and a 15-inch laptop. The smallest, the Spectral 8, holds a single camera body, two small lenses and a DJI Mavic Pro drone.

Prices range from $99.75 to $139.75

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