The Think Tank Mirrorless Mover line of camera bags fit the mid-sized mirrorless and smaller DSLR cameras with a full sized pocket for the iPad in a quality shoulder or hand bag.
Ease of Use, Performance: 5/5
Look & Feel: 5/5
How much I enjoy: 5/5
Recommendation: 5/5 Stars
The Think Tank Mirrorless line of camera bags fit the mid-sized cameras known as mirrorless cameras such as the Fuji X-Pro 1 or the Leica M8. The Mirrorless Mover line will also nicely fit a smaller DSLR such as the Canon Rebel line or the Nikon D3200 but also fits an iPad in the padded pouch area.
The Mirrorless Mover bags all use high quality materials such as YKK zippers, ballistic polyester with DWR coating for waterproofing and metal hardware. The Mirroless Mover 30i is 11 inches wide by 5.7 inches deep and 8.9 inches tall with enough room for an iPad in the pouch.
The pouch is next to the inner side of the bag that rests against your body when using the removable shoulder strap. The Mirrorless Mover 30i also has a rear slot for use with a belt such as the Speed Belt that Think Tank sells.
You can also use a variety of other belts which is what I did on a couple of recent hikes in local wildlife parks where I used a tool belt I am also reviewing. The slot is three inches wide when flat so a two or two and a half inch belt fits well and the tool belt I used was very comfortable with the Mirrorless Mover.
The Mirrorless Mover has a top flap held in place by magnets with a wide zippered pocket that has the rain cover and another smaller pocket. The inner compartment has a small mesh pocket for smaller items while the main pocket has three Velcro dividers.
One of the dividers has four small pockets for SD cards while the main iPad pocket easily fits your tablet like an iPad or Nexus 7. The dividers make it easy to customize the main compartment for your camera setup which works well for my Canon EOS Rebel.
The Mirrorless Mover worked extremely well for my Canon DSLR and small trips like hiking in parks and the zoo where we go a couple times a year to catch shots of critters. The hikes made a great trip for the Mirrorless Mover and its convenience as a belt bag for my camera and an additional lens.
I easily fit the DSLR camera with the common 18 to 55mm lens or the Tamron 18 to 250mm lens I commonly carry while hiking and taking photography trips. The Think Tank camera bag also has the rain cover in case you get caught in the rain which is seam sealed for protecting your photography investment.
The shoulder strap is removable and the sides of the bag where the shoulder strap attaches both have pockets with one being a stretch pocket while the other is polyester. The Mirrorless Mover 301 makes a fantastic medium sized camera bag for smaller trips or day excursions.
The bag has all the pockets and handy spaces for your gear and has enough padding to protect it on your trips even from bad weather. The Mirrorless Mover 30i is a great camera bag for those smaller mirrorless bags and for smaller DSLR cameras with an additional lens.
I highly recommend the Mirrorless Mover 30i for the perfect midsized camera bag that is good looking as well as convenient for mid-sized cameras.
Mirrorless Mover 30i @ Think Tank
Quality materials and rainproof
convenient handle and removable shoulder strap
Slot for use as a belt camera bag