The Sub Urban Disguise line is a new set of five bags from Think Tank designed for carrying around smaller camera kits. The new line is a smaller spin on the previous Urban Disguise bags, and seems a natural fit for photographers who rely on ILCs or rangefinders.
The bags feature a flip-top that can fold away from your body to make access easier, a padded front pocket, a stretchable side pocket for a water bottle, and the largest of the bags can hold an iPad sized tablet. The bag lineup comes in four flavors, with prices ranging from $50 to $85. Here’s how Think Tank describes them:
- Sub Urban Disguise™ 5 holds a regular size DSLRs with one to two small telephotos or primes, or a D700 with a 18-200 attached. It also accommodates Micro 4/3rds, Leica and Sony NEX systems. Great for Strobists as it fits two to three pro-size flashes.
- Sub Urban Disguise™ 10 holds a regular size DSLRs with two to three small telephotos or primes, or a D700 with a 18-200 attached. It also fits three pro-size flashes.
- Sub Urban Disguise™20 holds regular size DSLRs with three to four small telephotos or primes or a D700 with a 18-200 attached. It fits four to five pro-size flashes.
- Sub Urban Disguise™30 fits a regular size DSLR and two to four standard telephoto lenses, or a D700 with a 24-70 2.8 attached. It can also hold an iPad or similarly-sized tablet.
The bags all feature water resistant coatings, with a polyurethane underside for further water protection. They also come with a seam-sealed rain cover in the front pocket, should the weather take a turn for the more miserable.
At the same time as the new line, Think Tank will also be overhauling the Change-Up multi-function bag. Expect all the new bags to be available in February.