Think Tank Photo has paired veteran bag designer Lily Fisher with Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Deanne Fitzmaurice to create what the company is ambitiously calling “the ideal camera bags for female photographers. ”
Said bags are the Lily Deanne shoulder bag line. The bags can house pro-size camera bodies and lenses with quick access at the top through an oversized zipper opening. The front flap has a silent magnetic closures.
The exterior fabric is made with a water resistant coating and the underside has a polyurethane coating. Pop open the bag and you’ll find polyurethane-backed Velex liner and dividers, closed-cell foam and reinforced PE board dividers.
The lineup starts with the $200 Lily Deanne Lucido, which holds one standard size DSLR with one to three lenses and accessories with room to spare for an 8-inch tablet in a dedicated compartment. If you shoot mirrorless, you can store three or four lenses, accessories and a tablet.
The Lily Deanne Mezzo ($250) holds one standard-size DSLR with mid-range zoom attached, plus two to three additional lenses. There’s also a dedicated compartment that can hold either a 10-inch tablet or 11-inch laptop.
Finally, the Lily Deanne Tutto holds one gripped DSLR with mid-range zoom lens attached and two to five additional lenses and two flashes,. Alternatively, you can stuff a standard-size DSLR with 70-200mm f/2.8 attached and two to five lenses in its main compartment and two flashes, and a 15-inch laptop inside a dedicated compartment. The Tutto will retail for $300.
Lily Deanne bags will be sold in two colors: chestnut brown and black licorice.