In my latest video “Wedding Day Photography: An in-depth look from morning to midnight” I talk about the importance of having a good bag for all your gear and specifically mention ThinkTank as one of the best options – We know have five different ThinkTank bags in the house and they are all fantastic – construction and design is solid, they stand up to day to day use and abuse just fine.  thoughtful details from top to bottom and really, it is hard to find better bags out there.  They have just launched a sweet program – you can try out any bag from their Retrospective line for FREE for 30 days.  Decide you like it? Keep it and they charge you.

I love a company that is so sure of the products they sell that they feel comfortable launching a program that would certainly cost them lots of money if everyone decided to send their bags back after 30 days.   The Retrospective line is huge from small shoulder bags to much more cavernous style bags and include the lens exchange bags that Christina and I use, we wear these bags for 8-10 hours at a time and they feel comfortable at hour two and hour 10 AND they work really well for us- simple and quick access to our gear at all times, could you ask for more?

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Pick the bag you want to try for the next 30 days – free shipping till the end of this Month if you click through the link below and a free gift.  T4i shooters looking for a bag for your Camera and a spare lens?  I recommend the Retrospective 5 or 7.

ThinkTank’s Test Drive Program

 

 

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