Has anyone used Thinktank holster bags or speedracer bags for hiking?

Started Mar 30, 2013 | Discussions thread
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gary stepic
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Re: Yes
In reply to PHXAZCRAIG, Mar 30, 2013

For my D800 I would not use the grip. I would use an L bracket but my guess is that would not take up much space. Would the Speed Racer hold the D800 with the 24-120 on it, a 70-200, and a 16-35 4.0 lens? If not then I may just go with the slightly smaller Speed Freak bag.

What like is I can use the belt set up for events instead of carrying my larger Urban Disguise bags. For hiking I am debating about taking my second body, if I do this is where I am thinking of the holster. One of the reasons I am thinking of replacing my D300S with the D7100 is because it is smaller and lighter.

When we go on a Hawaii trip I will probably want one of the Thinktank backpacks, knowing me though I probably will get it sooner than later. What I like about the Thinktank products is they can all work well together as you mentioned.


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