Many of the new pouches are expandable to fit pro-sized lenses with hoods in the shooting position. And, the newly added Camera Clip Adapter V3.0 belt attachment for the Peak Design Capture Clip, SpiderLight and SpiderPro camera clips allows the clip to rotate on any Think Tank belt for better workflow.
Using Think Tank’s patented rotate or lock technology, photographers can lock down their pouches or rotate them freely around the belt when kneeling, sitting or running.
The Lens Changers V3.0 feature one-hand drawstring closures that secures lenses, wide-mouth opening for quick one-handed access, and outer stretch pocket provides space for a lens cap. In addition to new versions of the existing Lens Pouches, the brand-new Lens Changer 150 V3.0 accommodates a 150-600mm f/5-6.3 lens with hood reversed. The Lens Changers include:
Lens Pouches V3.0 offer a wide variety of essential features. The new Flash Mob V3.0 is a belt pouch for DSLR flashes with attached diffuser. The Hubba Hubba Hiney V3.0 beltpack/shoulder bag hybrid includes removable dividers and is a versatile lightweight solution for carrying a small camera kit, lenses or accessories. The other new Lens Pouches include:
The Skin Lens Changers are lightweight compressible modular pouches that hold a wide variety of lenses. The Skin pouches include:
The new Modular Essentials Set V3.0 includes four of the most popular modular pouches. Photographers get the R U Thirsty? water bottle pouch free compared to buying each component separately. The set includes the Lens Changer 50 V3.0, LC75 Pop-Down V3.0, Speed Changer V3.0, and the R U Thirsty? V3.0.
Modular belts and harnesses have also been upgraded. All belt edges are padded for comfort and support and the adjustable buckle prevents the belt from loosening yet is easy to resize. The new belts and harnesses include:
The new accessories include:
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