The Urban Approach 5 and Urban Approach 10 are shoulder bags that can carry a mirrorless camera and lenses, along with an 8″ tablet or 10″ tablet, respectively. The Urban Approach 5 can carry 1-3 additional lenses (depending on their size), while the Urban Approach 10 can carry 2-4 additional lenses.
They offer sound silencers for the velcro seals on the front flap and include a rain cover for bad weather days.
While they are designed with mirrorless cameras in mind, they also accommodate small DSLR kits like the Canon Rebel T6s or the Nikon D5500. The Urban Approach 5 runs $119.75, while the Urban Approach 10 runs $134.75. Both will be available in April 2015. You can find the Urban Approach shoulder bags here on Think Tank Photo’s website.
The Urban Approach 15 is a backpack for mirrorless camera systems that can also carry a 10″ tablet and a 15″ laptop. It is designed to handle 1-2 medium to large mirrorless bodies (like a Sony A7R and Fuji XT1) with lenses attached, along with 5-8 additional lenses (depending on the size).
Like the Urban Approach shoulder bags, the Urban Approach 15 is also designed to work well with smaller DSLRs.
The Urban Approach 15 features YKK zippers and has a handle pass-through on the back for carrying it atop rolling luggage. A tripod can be carried on the side of the backpack with the side-pouch and strap. As with other Think Tank Photo bags, it also includes a rain cover.
The Urban Approach 15 runs $169.75 and should be available in April 2015. Check it out here on Think Tank Photo’s website.
Finally, Think Tank Photo also announced a new accessory pouch – the CF/SD + Battery Wallet, which is just as the name describes. it holds one backup batter and one CF or SD card and is secured by a velcro closure. It runs $9.99 and will be available in April. Check it out here on Think Tank Photo’s website.