Think Tank Photo Speed Racer Belt Pack Giveaway (Winner Announced)

Giveaway is over. Congratulations to @celticcat1 for being drawn as the winner. Stay tuned for more giveaways!

We’re going to end the month of May with another great Think Tank Photo giveaway. This time they’ve provided a Speed Racer™ Belt Pack for one of our readers to enjoy. Think Tank Photo is a quality photography gear company always looking for innovative ways for photographers to organize their gear more efficiently, carry it more comfortably, and travel easier so that more time is dedicated to taking pictures.

Speed Racer Belt Pack

Speed Racer Belt Pack

Speed Racer Belt Pack

Speed Racer Belt Pack

Maximum capacity for a belt pack! Holds a Pro size SLR with lens attached and a 70- or 80- 200 2.8 next to it.

Top Features:

  • Specifically designed for DSLR’s.
  • Large waist belt for comfort.
  • Reporter’s pad pocket.
  • Side mesh pockets.

See more pictures and features about Think Tank Photo’s belt pack here.

How to win this belt pack:

It’s simple. Just follow @photoblggr and @thinkTANKphoto on Twitter and then re-tweet this post. That’s it.

All followers who have re-tweeted this post will be entered to win the Speed Racer™ Belt Pack. You can re-tweet as many times as you would like but only one entry is counted. :)

This giveaway is open to anybody in the world. Random.org will be used to select one winner. Make sure you subscribe to our feed for updates.

Ends May 31, 2010 at 10 PM PDT.

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  1. Cynthia

    Retweet done! This looks like a great belt pack!

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