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Old 08-25-2016   #1
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Think Tank Turnstyle 10

Do you have any experience with this bag? I am looking for a smaller bag that can hold a 1 or 2 cameras (Leica M size) and a couple of lenses for walking around and travelling. I never used a sling bag before, but the concept looks neat...

I had some questions :

- I mostly use film cameras (and a Fuji X100), so I was concerned about the available space when one must consider bringing some extra rolls. What about the iPad pocket, can you put some film in there?
- This is probably a long stretch, but anyone tried to fit a Rolleiflex in it? Internal dimensions from the company's specs suggest that it should fit...
- Travelling : I am not sure about the safety of having the zippers exposed in my back like that.

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Hey Laviolette, I'm Simon, I work for thinkTank. I've used it a bit myself with a Canon 5Dmk3 then a Sony a7Rmk2 (usually Zeiss 35mm 1.4, 16-35 Canon and sometimes the Zeiss 90mm Macro)

Using dividers, you could easily fit it out for the gear you've listed.

I have a YashicaFlex and that can fit, I'm sorry I don't have Rollei (but I'd love one!)

Feel free to ask any q's here or simon at thinktankphoto com

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Hey Laviolette, I'm Simon, I work for thinkTank. I've used it a bit myself with a Canon 5Dmk3 then a Sony a7Rmk2 (usually Zeiss 35mm 1.4, 16-35 Canon and sometimes the Zeiss 90mm Macro)

Using dividers, you could easily fit it out for the gear you've listed.

I have a YashicaFlex and that can fit, I'm sorry I don't have Rollei (but I'd love one!)

Feel free to ask any q's here or simon at thinktankphoto com

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Wow, I couldn't ask for a better answer! Thanks.

The Yashicaflex is probably around the same size as a Rolleiflex.

Is there a way to buy additional dividers?

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You're very welcome - there's a really easy way to get extra dividers, drop our customer service guys an email - cs @ thinktankphoto . com and if they're not out flying the new drone / making coffee / working on bag mods, they will reply really quickly and send you some - in most cases at no cost, or minimal cost. If you don't have any luck, email me and i'll sort it out for you

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Hey RangeFinderForum, please don't be cross, I linked back to this thread, but am having image posting issues ugh...

Here's a sizing thing for you, Laviolette..

http://gtvone.com/blog/2016/8/26/pac...k-turnstyle-10
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Hey RangeFinderForum, please don't be cross, I linked back to this thread, but am having image posting issues ugh...

Here's a sizing thing for you, Laviolette..

http://gtvone.com/blog/2016/8/26/pac...k-turnstyle-10
Wow, thanks again! Looks like you just made a sale ;-)

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Very welcome - any issues, drop me a note and thanks!
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I use that bag and like it. Today it held 2- Fuji XT1 bodies with large primes. Extra batteries. It could also hold my ipad mini. Usually I use it just for a set of 3-4 lenses. Good bag to have in the arsenal.
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