Accessories for Think Tank belt

Discussion in 'General Gear Talk' started by Ben Egbert, Nov 28, 2018.

  1. Ben Egbert

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    I have the Think Tank belt with a couple of holsters for camera and spare lens. Now I am thinking about how to carry filters and batteries as well as water.

    I found the water holder, but not sure what I need to batteries and filters.
     
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    I use a Think Tank bag called a Speed Changer for filters, lens cleaning rag, batteries, and spare memory cards. It also has some front pockets where you can put your lens cap while you are shooting. The web site shows the bag with lenses in it but it works quite well for filters.
     
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    That's big enough for a gripped camera, I was thinking smaller.
     
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    Hehe - I actually ran out of room with the belt mounted Speed Changer so I added the Hubba Hubba Hiney shoulder bag to carry most of the filters:

    Filters.jpg

    This also gives me room to carry my sunglasses, gloves, and headlamps/flashlights too.
     
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    Maybe I should get that . But how does it work with two other bags on the belt.
     
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    I actually have that last bag with a shoulder strap. I keep the strap short enough so it doesn't interfere with my belt stuff at all. I still have the Speed Changer on my belt. I don't use the little loops on the belt so I can slide the lens bags around as needed. This is my belt with 3 lens bags, one water bottle holder and the Speed Changer.

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    Thanks for the photo Alan, I think just one bag would do the trick for me. I have not tried this with the back pack in case I wanted to do a hike and had to carry hiking gear. I also use my backpack to carry my tripod, but I have a shoulder sling for the tripod too.
     

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