Nikon Rumors giveaway #7 (ThinkTankPhoto backpack)

The giveaway is closed now. The winner will be announced shortly.

What can I win?

Today I have a ThinkTankPhoto Shape Shifter backpack valued @ $249 to give away (click on image for larger view):

More info on this backpack can be found here.

How do I win?

The rules are simple – just leave a comment to this post. Let's be creative this time - tell me why do you need this backpack, what is your experience with other ThinkTank products (if any), what are you looking for in a camera backpack or just a funny story. Basically anything backpack related will be fine. One comment per person please. Don't forget to add your email in the comment section - it will not be used for anything else but notifying you in case you are the winner. I will close all comments at the end of the week and will randomly pick the winner.

The best part?

Following our tradition, the good people of ThinkTank Photo agreed to ship this backpack anywhere in the world, so this is not one of those "US only" giveaways.

What if I don't win?

You can always get a free bag from ThinkTank Photo with a purchase of $49.50 or more (follow this link, when checking out, you can make you free bag selection - currently the free bag list consists of Cable Management 20, Pixel Pocket Rocket, Modular Pouch, or Security Tag products and is subject to change).


What else?

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Fine print: The contest is void where prohibited by law. All taxes are the responsibility of the winner. Shipping will be paid by ThinkTankPhoto. ThinkTankPhoto is an affiliate sponsor of NikonRumors. I did not receive any payment to run this giveaway.
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  1. Posted March 20, 2010 at 3:23 pm | Permalink

    I recently got a second nikon body for my professional shoots and would love a backpack that holds multiple camera bodies. I’ve had my eye on Think Tank for a while now, just haven’t pulled the trigger.

  2. stan
    Posted March 20, 2010 at 3:47 pm | Permalink

    That is great Think Tank is offering this to Canadian entries. Many times offers are not avaible to Canada. I use Think Tank belts, modular systems, and skin systems out for a shoot. Now I need a Backpack to store and to keep everything together.

  3. Paul
    Posted March 20, 2010 at 4:12 pm | Permalink

    I need this backpack because my back doesn’t have pockets to store my camera gear. This would be useful for hiking trips and the ability to flatten the pack is a great idea. Think Tank products seem to be built very well but I’ve yet to try one.

  4. parade
    Posted March 20, 2010 at 7:52 pm | Permalink

    With a name like Think Tank this must be solid built and great for travel. I’d love having a big pack that cna also flatten out when it’s not so full.

  5. shuttersp
    Posted March 21, 2010 at 4:18 am | Permalink

    The most important bit of kit is really the bag, one that will hold everyhing safely and be easy to carry. This Think Tank looks like it fits the bill nicely!

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