My last review of 2016 was about one of the best camera bags I’ve ever used: the Think Tank Retrospective 6.
Now, long-time readers may know that I’ve owned the smaller Retrospective 5 for a few years already. That means I knew what to expect from the new bag going in, and I’m happy to say it didn’t disappoint.
The Retrospective 6 has all of the strengths of the 5, but its larger size makes it a lot more versatile. I can easily carry a full kit with it, and the entire package is somehow still light enough on my shoulder that I don’t get tired, unlike my previous experience with the leather Brixton by ONA.
The Retrospective 6 has quickly become my go-to bag, both for everyday use and for travel. That’s no small feat, I assure you. If you want to know more about it, head on over to Tools & Toys for the full review.