One thing is certain and that is that I have a bag addiction. I love all kinds of bags and the more compartments and organizers they have, all the better! I've used bags by Lowepro, Tamrac, Kata and just last year, I was introduced to Think Tank Photo. I bought the Hubba Hubba Hiney after watching a video course by Zach Arias. It's my favorite bag to take when I'm doing street photography. More on that bag another time. Today I want to talk about the Think Tank Photo Perception Tablet. This backpack is the smallest in the Perception lineup. It's made specifically for micro four-thirds cameras. In my review, which is available on my YouTube channel (embedded below), I'll take you through the entire bag and everything I put in it. I do want to note that Think Tank includes a rain cover with the bag and I completely forgot to mention it.
Also featured in the video is a Tom Bihn organizer pouch and Side Effect. The pouches come in a variety of sizes and colors. The Side Effect can be worn as a fanny pack or a shoulder bag and as you will see in my video, I use it as a lens holder. Like Think Tank, Tom Bihn bags are extremely durable and very well made. I'll be reviewing all of the Tom Bihn bags I own in future videos.
If you own any Think Tank or Tom Bihn bags, leave me a note in the comments and let me know which are your favorites!