Think Tank Photo Perception Tablet for DSLRs

First, apologies to my readers for the long hiatus.  Things have been quite busy.  I need to get better about keeping up my posts when life gets really hectic.  Now on to today's post...

So why am I writing about the Perception Tablet for DSLRs when I'm a mirrorless shooter?  Well, I received a question on my YouTube Channel about exactly this topic.  Can a Nikon D750 fit into the Perception Tablet?  Well, I don't have that exact model, but I do own a Nikon D7000 and it does fit.  It's a little snug compared to my Olympus bodies, but you can do it!  Here are the pics to prove it. 

 

Here's the Nikon D7000 with a Nikkor 35mm attached, face down in the top compartment. 

Here's the Nikon D7000 with a Nikkor 35mm attached, face down in the top compartment. 

Here's the same body but sideways with the small velcro insert removed.   

Here's the same body but sideways with the small velcro insert removed.   

As you can see from the photos above, the D7000 fit nicely into the top compartiment with a 35mm prime attached.  Note that the lens hood was also attached, so you would have a little bit more room in the sideways configuration if you reversed or removed the hood.  You can also remove the remaining divider for even more room or for use with a longer lens. 

As I've said before this is a very versatile bag and I've been using it quite a lot since I first reviewed it and I love it!