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Think Tank Photo Change-Up v2.0

Think Tank Photo to Release Completely Updated Change-Up Multi-function Camera Bag Shoulder bag, chest pack, or belt pack, it does all three successfully.  Santa Rosa, Calif. – In February, Think Tank Photo will release...

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Think Tank Photo Sub Urban Disguise

Think Tank Photo to Release Sub Urban™ Disguise Premium Quality Shoulder Camera Bags Suburban Disguise Press Release Santa Rosa, Calif. – Think Tank Photo announced that in February it will release a new concept...

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Think Tank Photo CityWalker Camera Bags

Think Tank Photo to Release Soft, Lightweight CityWalker™ Premium Messenger Camera Bags Think Tank Photo is at it again with an entire new line of camera bags called CityWalker. These new messenger style bags come...

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Think Tank Photo Airport Navigator

ANNOUNCING THE AIRPORT NAVIGATOR™  TOP- AND FRONT-ACCESSIBLE PHOTOGRAPHER ROLLING PILOT’S CASE In November, Think Tank Photo will release the Airport Navigator™, the photography industry’s first rolling pilot’s case that allows you to access gear from both the...

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Think Tank Photo September Special

Our friends at Think Tank Photo have a special offer for September that might of interest.  When you order one of their popular Urban Disguise® shoulder bags, you can receive one of their Urban Disguise®...

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Quick Tip: Storing Speedlite Gels

I actually like using gels on my speedlites but the biggest hassle has always been how to store them effectively. At a recent shoot, my Strobist Gell Kit had an unfortunate incident which resulted...

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Think Tank Photo Urban Disguise 70 Announced

Think Tank Photo has added a major addition to their bestselling Urban Disguise line. The Urban Disguise 70 Pro is a huge shoulder bag that can carry up to a 70-200 f2.8 lens attached...

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Think Tank Photo Releases new Streetwalker Backpacks

SANTA ROSA, CALIF -Think Tank Photo has launched a new design in photo backpacks, the StreetWalkerTM series. With the three new backpacks’ slim vertical profile, photographers can navigate crowded places and public transportation while still being able to access professional photographic equipment.

Podcast #24 – Interview with Doug Murdoch from Think Tank Photo 0

Podcast #24 – Interview with Doug Murdoch from Think Tank Photo

In this episode Kerry and Doug talk about the background of Think Tank Photo and their philosophy of why they create the products they do. They also discuss the updates to many of the Think Tank Photo products that was announced recently and discuss the upcoming Shapeshifter backpack.

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Podcast #17 – News and Working with other photographers

This week Canon released new firmware for their EOS line of cameras from the 30D up to the 1Ds Mark III. Think Tank Photo announced the new Urban Disquise 35 and the Shapeshifter Backpack. My co-host this week is David Esquire from Esquire Photography and we talk some more about how we work together to do bridal shows and why “competing” photographers can developed a great synergy by working together.

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Think Tank Photo Urban Disguise 35

The Urban Disguiseâ„¢35 is the perfect size for photographers on the go: it holds up to a 13.3″ laptop with a standard-size DSLR or up to a 10″ laptop with a Pro-size DSLR with lens attached. It features a large opening for easy access to equipment, it can be attached to a roller, and it can be used as a backpack with the Shoulder Harness (sold separately).

Think Tank Photo Airport International 2.0 Review 6

Think Tank Photo Airport International 2.0 Review

All of us here at The Dojo are HUGE fans of products from Think Tank Photo. David and I both wear Modulus Speed Belts with different accessories. My old eBay-special backpack was really beginning to fall apart and has become quite heavy with gear. When you use a backpack and get to a point that you don’t trust the straps to stay on, it’s well past time for a new bag.