Review: The New ThinkTank “TRIFECTA 8″ Mirrorless Backpack

CONCLUSION

After two months of near constant use, the exterior material is holding up well and the design allows me to change lenses without a problem. I do wish that they had put a duplicate memory card and battery pocket on the right flap so that you could have this nice feature on both sides of the bag. I felt the small plastic lanyard hook in the top compartment was a bit cheap and fiddly, so I put an inexpensive keychain carbiner on the hook, which made it a lot easier to use. I felt that the left (lens) side flap was hard to open quickly because the zipper tabs were a bit small. So I modified them by wrapping black gaffers tape around the tabs to make them a bit bigger. For me the internal size of the bag is perfect, because I don’t have very large lenses.

But if you have a mirrorless camera with a lot of big lenses, you might be better off with the larger Trifecta 10. Also the Trifecta 10 would be a requirement if you absolutely needed to carry a full sized iPad, or a full frame DSLR. Overall I am extremely happy with this bag and I consider it a fine investment.

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