Bags for your X: Think Tank new mirrorless mover bags

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Think Tank just launched the new mirrorless mover bags.

Check specs& price of the Mirrorless Mover 30iAdorama / BHphoto / Uniquephoto
Check specs& price of the Mirrorless Mover 20: Adorama / BHphoto / Uniquephoto
Check specs& price of the Mirrorless Mover 10: Adorama / BHphoto / Uniquephoto
Check specs& price of the Mirrorless Mover 5: Adorama / BHphoto / Uniquephoto

Thanks for sharing this news with FR, Matt (digitaltrekker)

cheers
Patrick

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  • I’m curious about how this bag fits an X-E1 with 18-55 and other lenses.

    • romi.foto

      i love how my lowepro hatchback 16L fits my x-e1 with kit lens and rrs grip, xf 14mm, xf 35mm, and two extra batteries. that’s just the camera compartment of the bottom half of that bag. i keep my portable ext hdd up top along with my smaller footprint battery charger, and camera & ext hdd usb cables. i can fit a sweater or light jacket and sunglasses up there, too. the small front pocket just perfectly fits a macbook air 11.3″. this bag still stays narrow and flat. you can still add a very small tripod to one of the mesh pockets on either side of the bag.

  • pareidolic

    No thanks, I’ll stick to my 3 year old Domke F-6 which is the perfect size for my X-Pro1. Nice bag, though.

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