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Think Tank Photo Urban Disguise 35

You’d think that I were a woman or something. I just bought another camera bag, the Think Tank Photo Urban Disguise 35.

UD35 and complementary ‘Accelerator’ strap

I decided to purchase the UD35 because I was looking for something very minimal that would hold my MacBook Pro 13″, a dSLR with lens attached, and a few other accessories (i.e. another lens, 580 EX II flash). Of all the cases I looked at, the Urban Disguise 35 seemed ideal. All the other bags that hold a laptop and camera are designed to handle 15″+ laptops. Thus, a bag with a capacity for a 15″+ laptop would be larger than I would need it to be if I’m carrying a 13″ MBP.

UD35 with 13″ MBP and Canon 40D + Canon BG-E2N grip + Canon 35mm f/1.4L

As you can see, this bag is just large enough to hold my 13″ MBP along with my gripped 40D. Ideally, the dSLR + 13″ laptop would be without a gripped body, but this bag stretches comfortably enough to accommodate the grip.

UD35 zippers closed, with laptop and camera inside

The design quality of the bag is very high as well. The zippers are heavy duty YKK zippers and the bag comes with a rain cover. This bag appears to be a winner in my book. We’ll see how it holds up to daily use since I plan on using this bag as my everyday  laptop bag.

For more photos of the bag, checkout the UD35 album in the ocabj.net gallery.

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  1. […] my 13″ MacBook Pro, 200mm f/2.8L, and 580 EX II in my Think Tank Photo Urban Disguise 35 (personal review). While the UD35 on the back pack strap converter wasn’t bad, carrying the 40D on the neck […]

  2. […] Tank Photo Urban Disguise 35. The UD35 has gone a revision by TTP since I acquired mine, but it served me well on a daily basis to carry a 13″ MacBook Pro along with notes, pens, portable hard drives, and a dSLR whenever […]

  3. […] First off, I became familiar with Think Tank Photo (TTP) when I started looking around for a photo belt system a few years ago. After I acquired a TTP Steroid Belt and some of their modular pouches, I looked further into their product line and ended up getting a TTP Urban Disguise 35. Check out older write-ups I posted on the Think Tank Photo Steroid Speed Belt and Think Tank Photo Urban Disguise 35. […]

  4. […] Tank Photo Urban Disguise 35. The UD35 has gone a revision by TTP since I acquired mine, but it served me well on a daily basis to carry a 13″ MacBook Pro along with notes, pens, portable hard drives, and a dSLR whenever […]

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