Photographers these days carry so many things besides their cameras and lenses that we need more than ordinary backpacks or shoulder bags. Think Tank Photo has just released new products that will interest photographers looking for modern solutions for their carrying problems: two hybrid bags for tablets, the App House 8 and App House 10, and the new Modular Pixel Pocket Rocket, which is belt-mountable.
The App House 8 and the App House 10 are two hybrid bags for quick access to a small or standard-size Apple tablets either as shoulder bags or mounted on belts. Streamlined and secure, their small size, removable shoulder strap, and double-lock belt-mount make it practically effortless for anyone to carry and access their tablet and stay connected around town or when travelling.
With Double-lock belt attachment for added security, removable and adjustable shoulder strap with non-slip pad and a grab-handle on top for quick pickup, the bags offer dedicated pockets for carrying a smart phone, device accessories, plus other small items. An internal organizer with elastic and zippered pockets for connection cables, card readers, power cables, portable charger, pens, or other personal items and a 4-way stretch pocket on front for rapid access to lens caps, memory cards, batteries or other items are also notes to mention about these new products in Think Tank Photo catalogue.
The other product revealed is the Think Tank Photo Modular Pixel Pocket Rocket, now belt-mountable, with dedicated clear interior panels to fit six Compact Flash cards and three SD cards. This enables photographers to easily whip out their CF and SD cards and to keep them securely and conveniently at hand when shooting. The Modular PPR is easily secured by a sturdy hook-and-loop panel to any Think Tank Photo modular belt or to any belt. Besides the cards the Pixel Pocket Rocket as space for other small accessories, such as a smart phone or lens cloth. Photographers can untuck the neck-strap from its own interior slot as a wearable option to show ID or credentials through the clear panel.