ThinkTank Streetwalker Pro Camera Bag Review

ThinkTank Streetwalker Pro Camera Bag Review

ThinkTank Streetwalker Pro Camera Bag Review. Finding the right type of camera bag was daunting and nothing seemed to satisfy me. After all, we can end up spending a lot of money on photography equipment and we need something secure, functional and perhaps a little stylish.

After owning many camera bags and wasting money I finally settled with the ThinkTank Streetwalker Pro. It had everything I was looking for although it did cost a little more but as the saying goes, you get what you pay for!

ThinkTank Streetwalker Pro Camera Bag Review – Features

On the front of the back pack are two zippered pockets ideal for storing accessories. The smaller one I use for memory cards, cables and batteries. The larger pocket I store my filters in and the sides even include matching stretch pockets for storing other gear including water bottles.

The padded shoulder straps and chest connector makes this the most comfortable camera backpack I have ever worn complimented with a breathable air mesh back panel. As with all my camera bags I found myself removing the waist belt as I have never used one.

The ThinkTank Streetwalker is made from 1680D ballistic nylon, antique nickel-plated metal hardware and a durable water-repellant (DWR) coating. A rain cover is provided in a small pouch for full rain protection. I can honestly this has been made to last!

Interior

Compared to my other bags it is a little deeper and well laid out. It has removable closed cell foam dividers, 210D silver-toned nylon, a PU backed velex liner, and plenty of storage space, providing you total flexibility on how you want to configure the inside..

Specs

Internal Dimensions: 9.5” W x 16.5” H x 6-7”D (24 x 42 x 18 cm)
Exterior Dimensions: 10” W x 17.5” H x 7.5” D (25 x 45 x 19 cm)
Weight: 2.6–3.4 lbs (1.2–1.5 kg)

ThinkTank Streetwalker Pro Camera Bag Review – Security

I dislike camera bags that open at the top, open at the base and another compartment at the back. I prefer opening the bag and having all my equipment easy to see and access. All the zippers on this ThinkTank are also lockable adding that extra security!

This back back is perfect for my Sony A7r II camera and lens combination including space for my Lee Filters, Godox speed-lights. Did I forget to mention I can also securely attach my Manfrotto BeFree Carbon Fibre TriPod on the front!

I was not sponsored for this review and paid the full retail price. I’m simply sharing why I think this is one of the best camera back packs for your equipment.

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Andy T. Laird

Andy T. Laird

I am a passionate and committed photographer. My strength is my desire to express creativity through my images. I offer strong and continuous support to anyone that loves photography or wanting a healthier and more productive lifestyle. I also promote health and fitness in the hope to inspire you to make the right changes in transforming your life.

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