Think Tank has expanded its Retrospective photography bag lineup with leather versions of its bags - the Retrospective Leather 5, Leather 7, and Leather 30. The company describes these as 'upscale, rugged shoulder bags' with a new Dual Cross buckle on the front flap, Sound Silencers that eliminate front flap noise, YKK zippers, removable padded dividers, and a removable carrying handle.

The Leather 5 bag can fit a standard DSLR with up to three lenses and accessories, as well as an 8" tablet in a zipped pocket. The Leather 7 is similar, though it can accommodate up to a 10 inch tablet or an 11" laptop. The Leather 30 is the largest of the bunch, able to fit a DSLR with an attached standard zoom lens, up to three additional lenses, 2 gripped body-only DSLRs with up to four lenses, and a 10 inch tablet or an 11" laptop.

The new leather bags are made from water resistant full-grain Dakota leather, cotton canvas, antique plated metal hardware, and both polyspun and nylon webbing. The Leather 5 is priced at $199.75; the Leather 7 at $229.75; and the Leather 30 at $259.75 USD.

In addition to the new Retrospective Leather bags, Think Tank has also introduced the Mirrorless Mover 25i. This bag is able to accommodate a medium or large mirrorless camera body, 3 to 4 lenses, an 8" tablet, and other accessories. This is the latest addition to Think Tank's Mirrorless Mover lineup.

The 25i bag features adjustable dividers and a divider with slots for a smartphone and 2 SD cards. Stretchable pockets are included for carrying accessories, and poly-ballistic fabric is used for what Think Tank says is 'extra durability.' Other features include a non-slip padded shoulder pad and internal mesh pockets. All exterior fabrics on the 25i have been treated with a DWR water-repellant coating, which complements a seam-sealed rain cover. The interior includes a polyurethane-backed nylex liner.

The Mirrorless Move 25i bag is available now for $64.75 USD.