Yes, I like Think Tank Photo bags.
When you have lots of equipment you end up with lots of bags. It’s not that I’m buying the wrong bags it’s just that different situations call for different combinations of equipment. Sometimes I’m shooting with Leica and sometimes the Nikons are needed. Sometimes prime lenses, sometimes I prefer zooms. And when I use my studio strobes lots of support gear is needed.
In the photo above starting at the top I have a Think Tank Photo Lens Changer 3. This is most often used when shooting on location with my Nikon equipment and I have an assistant. The assistant will carry the second body and have up to 3 extra lenses or small accessories. This bag has turned out to be more useful than I originally thought it would be used. Going clockwise the next bag is a Think Tank Photo Retrospective 5 in sandstone. This is my go to bag when I am shooting my film Leicas. Usually I carry 2 bodies, a couple of lenses, and accessories. Nice and compact bag and very durable. Below this bag is my newest bag. It is a Think Tank Photo Turnstyle 20. It is great when I only want to carry one Nikon and 2 lenses and a flash. It is more compact in person than it looks in the photo. It is a real winner. The next bag is a Think Tank Photo Streetwalker HardDrive backpack. This handles the off road shoots and is handy as a small travel bag. To the left of the Streetwalker is the Think Tank Photo International Roller Bag. This is my oldest Think Tank bag and is my most used. The International would be my desert island bag because it is so versatile and it carry’s lots of equipment. Above the International is the Think Tank Photo Retrospective 7 in sandstone. This has become my catch all bag. You will often see it loaded with gaffer tape, clamps and other accessories. I love the thick straps on the Retrospective bags. The bag in the center is a Think Tank Photo Urban Disguise 50. This bag pretty much only gets used when I need to travel light and only carry 2 Nikons and 2 lenses or when I want to take all of my Nikon strobes and batteries. My equipment gets shuffled from bag to bag a lot and with all of the wear and tear my Think Tank bags never have let me down. The parts that really impress me are the seams and the zippers. They are so well made and are reinforced to stand up to lots of abuse. Even with all of the travel I just wipe them off occasionally and they still look like new.
Think Tank Photo bags are everywhere because they are probably the most popular bags on the market. Take you equipment to a well stocked dealer and you will leave with a bag that will fit your equipment. They have so many models, one will certainly fit you equipment and budget.