Think Tank adds sling camera bags

think slingThere’s a new, lightweight sling camera bag collection, the TurnStyle, from Think Tank Photo.

Lightweight with easy access, the three TurnStyle models are designed for DSLRs and mirrorless systems.

Their soft, body-conforming shape means all-day comfort and their tough water-resistant fabrics offer lasting protection.

Easy rotation gives photographers fast access to their gear, including a zippered tablet pocket on all three sizes.

These hybrid bags can we be worn as a shoulder sling bag or as a belt pack for increased versatility and comfort.

Each size is available in blue slate or charcoal colourways.

The fully customizable interior can be arranged for a DSLR with a 70-200 mm f/2.8 lens or a small mirrorless system.

TurnStyle 5: Fits a mirrorless system with two to four lenses plus a small tablet. The front organizer pocket holds memory cards and other small accessories.

TurnStyle 10: Fits a standard size DSLR with one to three lenses plus a small tablet. The front organizer pocket holds memory cards and other small accessories.

TurnStyle 20: Fits a standard size DSLR with one to four lenses plus a large tablet. The front organizer pocket holds memory cards and other small accessories.

Among the bags’ features: igh quality zippers plus metal clips and hardware; poly ballistic fabrics for durability and water resistance; breathable air-mesh back panel keeps the back cool during long days; fully-customizable interior dividers; wide shoulder strap with quick-release buckle; hook/loop on shoulder strap keeps loose webbing secure and out of the way; seam-sealed rain cover included in bottom pocket.

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