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Think Tank Photo announces four accessory wallets


Think Tank Photo are pre-announcing four new photo accessory wallets for DSLR batteries, SD cards, and gels (correction filters). The four wallets will be available in May, with prices starting from $9.50 up to $16.60.


Think Tank Photo to Release DSLR Battery Holders

Santa Rosa, Calif. – The number one sin in photography is running out of power. To help prevent that from happening, in May, Think Tank Photo will release the DSLR Battery Holder 2 and the DSLR Battery Holder 4. These slim, collapsible, compact designs secure two or four standard size camera batteries.
Features include:
•    Compact carrier for two or four standard DSLR batteries.
•    Compress flat when not in use, easily stored.
•    Hook and loop closure with top fold design.



DSLR Battery Holder 2
External Dimensions: 3.9” W x 3” H x 0.4” D (10 x 7.5 x 1 cm)
Weight: 0.02lbs (0.01kg)

For more information, please follow the link here.

DSLR Battery Holder 4
External Dimensions: 7.1” W x 3” H x 0.4” D (18 x 7.5 x 1 cm)
Weight: 0.04lbs (0.02kg)

For more information, please follow the link here.


Think Tank Photo to Release SD Pixel Pocket Rocket

Santa Rosa, Calif. – In May, with the release of Think Tank Photo’s SD Pixel Pocket Rocket, photographers will be able to keep their most important photography storage device, their SD cards, secure and organized. The SD Pixel Pocket Rocket keeps those very small but invaluable SD cards safely stored in one place. No more lost SD cards, and no more found SD cards in the bottom of the washing machine.
Additionally, it can be tethered to bags, clothing, briefcases, and backpacks for additional security.

Features include:
•    Compact carrier for nine SD cards.
•    Clear pockets make identification easy.
•    Folds flat when not in use, easily stored.
•    Business card slot.
•    Hook and loop closure with fold-up design.
•    Tether with clips to for security attachment.

External Dimensions: 4.5” L x 2.5” W x .5” H (11.5 x 6.5 x 1.5 cm)
Weight: 0.1lbs (0.04kg)

For more information, please follow the link here.


Think Tank Photo to Release Strobe Gel Wallets

Santa Rosa, Calif. – For all the Strobists out there, Think Tank Photo announces that in May it will release the Strobe Gel Wallet. This wallet stores photography gels in a neat and organized manner and keeps them protected.
The wallet minimizes clutter by folding up and stashing away in photographer bags, cases, or backpacks. The five pockets have a large capacity. This enhances the ability to store and locate gels easily instead of having them mound into one big stack.
Features include:
•    Compact five-pocket carrier for Rosco Strobist™ filters.
•    Clear pockets for gels make identification easy.
•    Folds flat when not in use.
•    Business card slot.
•    Can be tethered to any Think Tank product, clothing, or belt.
•    Hook and loop closure with fold-up design.
•    Includes tether with clips for security attachment.

External Dimensions: 4.5” L x 2.5” W x .5” H (11.5 x 6.5 x 1.5 cm)
Weight: 0.1lbs (0.04kg)

For more information, please follow the link here.


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