Ever since getting the Panasonic Lumix GF5, I have been looking for a good camera bag for it and a few lenses. While on some trips I can get away with just the 20mm prime, there are cases when I want a zoom lens or a macro in addition. After a little searching, and asking the opinions of others, I ended up buying the Think Tank Mirrorless Mover 20.
Of the various options available for a mirrorless camera, the one thing that really makes the Think Tank stand out is the rain cover. While the bag is a little spendy compared to the other options out there, the extra cost can be felt in the product. It’s one of the more solidly built bag/backpack that I’ve purchased in a long time.
Size wise the Think Tank Mirrorless Mover 20 is about the size of an average soft ‘lunch pail’. I was able to fit my GF5+20mm, 60mm macro, 14-42mm (kit lens), and 45-175 telephoto into the Mirrorless Mover 20. I don’t see my self carrying more than that lens wise (only really missing a nice wide angle lens). Above is a picture of the lenses and camera in the Mirrorless Mover 20. The only thing I wasn’t able to fit in the Mirrorless Mover 20 was my Joby GorillaPod with the three extra lenses, remove one and it fits perfectly. Honestly, a little more efficient packing on my part would allow the GorillaPod to ride along too.
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