The black Hubba Hubba Hiney from Think Tank is a dual function bag for the photographer who doesn't want to carry around a lot of gear. It's designed to hold your camera, separated from your 70-200mm f/2.8 lens that is stored in horizontal position. It is also sized to hold a point and shoot or micro 4/3 system. In either case, the bag can be worn as a shoulder or belt pack. The shoulder strap is removable leaving you free to attach it to your belt. Or, use the top grab handle to tote it around or rapidly fetch it from the trunk of your car.
On the outside, it's a padded nylon bag made with abrasion resistant YKK zippers. There's even a removable rain cover to protect the pack when the weather turns against you. Inside, there are three removable dividers that permit you to configure the bag to suit your gear needs. The padding is gear-friendly to protect your equipment from rubbing against each other.
For accessories, there's an outside zippered pocket plus an additional open pocket with an organizer for pens, phone, pocket tool or small note pad. Think Tank's "Rotate or Lock" system permits you to adjust the pouch on your optional belt to accommodate whatever shooting position you prefer - kneeling, standing or lying prone on the ground. This will enhance your photographic capabilities by making sure the pouch does not interfere with your preferred stance. This bag is made to fit any Think Tank belt or attach to any optional Think Tank belt or belt pack. As a finishing touch, it features attachment loops for the optional Keep-It-Up shoulder strap. The Hubba Hubba Hiny is backed by Think Tank's lifetime warranty against manufacturer's defects.
|A shoulder strap is included with the Hubba Hubba Hiney.|
|A 70-200 f2.8 fits horizontally in main pocket when you want to just carry a few components on location.|
|Convenient front pockets for organization.|
|Every modular component can be locked on a belt to keep bag in place on any of our camera belts.|
|Components can "Rotate or Lock" on the belt. To rotate, place the white plastic tang behind the belt while attaching the component. Rotating the component prevents the weight of the equipment from creating a pressure point on the hip by being stationary for an extended time. Also, moving the component to a different place on the belt allows a photographer to assume a different position such as kneeling, bracing against a wall, or lying prone without damaging gear. If locking the component in position is preferred, slide the plastic tang down into the fabric loop on the belt or rail while attaching the component. This prevents the component from sliding along the belt.|
|Rain cover included to protect your bag from the elements.|
|Type of Closure||Abrasion resistant YKK RC Fuse zippers|
|Exterior Dimensions||11.4 x 7.3 x 5.3" (29.0 x 18.5 x 13.5 cm)|
|Interior Dimensions||10.6 x 6.7 x 4.0" (26.9 x 17.0 x 10.2 cm)|
|Carrying/Transport Options|| Removable shoulder strap |
Top grab handle
|Weight||1.0 lb (0.5 kg)|