Tamrac Camera Bags

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Tamrac Evolution 8

Bag, Rucksack

"The Evolution 8 ... is a superbly made bag that provides so many options for how to carry and access your gear that it could quite easily be the only bag that most outdoor photographers

1 review | 14 opinions (Above average)


More information at: Outdoor Photography, issue March 2011 Tamrac Evolution 8 Faced with a mountain of existing camera bags, Steve Watkins wonders if this new offering from Tarmac is the one-size-fits-all solution for his various outdoor activity shots. … to review

Aero Speed 3385
Tamrac Aero Speed Pack 85


Tamrac's Dual Access System makes it a breeze to get to your kit, and with a series of accessory pockets, a weather resistant build, a 17-inch laptop compartment and a top section for whatever …

1 review | 5 opinions (Above average)


Zuma9 Secure Traveler
Tamrac Zuma 9 Secure Traveler


The best asset of the Tamrac Zuma 9 is undoubtedly its security, but it does come at the cost of quick and easy acess to your things. DSLR User praised its comfortable straps and amazing build …

1 review | 1 opinion (Above average)


5273 Expedition 3
Tamrac Expedition 3


Not only is Tamrac's Expedition 3 one of the most affordable bags in DLSR User's round-up, it's also spacious enough to carry most kit you might need and it features the company's …

1 review | 3 opinions (Average)


5546 Adventure 6
Tamrac Adventure 6


Digital SLR User considered the Adventure 6 to be specially well suited to mountain and hill hiking thanks to its two separate sections: the padded bottom part for holding photo gear and a top …

2 reviews | 6 opinions (Excellent)


Tamrac Zuma 4
Tamrac Zuma 4


Despite Tamrac's Zuma 4 being too small for a regular laptop, since it's designed to hold an iPad or a netbook, Digital SLR User nevertheless found it spacious enough for carrying all your …

1 review | 1 opinion (Excellent)


Tamrac Explorer 400
Tamrac Explorer 400


Digital SLR User considered the 400 to be the best sized option in the Explorer range, with its easy to use design, ample pockets and great performance as an all-round bag. It also has a comfortable …

1 review | 3 opinions (Excellent)


4245 Jazz 45
Tamrac Jazz Zoom 45


Dirt cheap and compact, the Tamrac Jazz Zoom 45 is a great option if you don't have a lot of kit to carry around. DSLR User weren't too happy about its lack of a shoulder pad, but said that …

1 review | 1 opinion (Excellent)


5550 Adventure10
Tamrac 5550 Adventure 10


The Adventure 10, one of Tamrac's compact, light Adventure series backpacks, is available in a choice of colour combinations, and is attractive and slick in appearance, according to Photography …

1 review | 2 opinions (Excellent)


Tamrac Pro 8


You'll have a hard time finding a larger bag than Tamrac's Pro 8 at this price, so DSLR User reckon that if you have a lot of kit, it's well worth going for. You need to consider,

3 reviews | 8 opinions (Above average)


More information at: TrustedReviews, 12/2006 Camera Bag Shootout All of the camera bags on test here are impressively made and offer some rather handy features, so which one you might go for perhaps depends on how much you've got to carry. In test: Three camera bags were reviewed and rated based on design, construction and value for money. Scores ranged from 8 to 9 points out of 10. … to review

Tamrac Travel Pack 71
Tamrac Travel Pack 71


"This compact bag is small on the outside but it still manages to fit a DSLR with a lens attached, two extra lenses and a healthy bundle of accessories on the inside. You can customise it with …

1 review | 4 opinions (Excellent)


Tamrac Digital Zoom 2
Tamrac Digital Zoom 2


Built for functionality, the Tamrac Digital Zoom 2 is just the right size to fit its purpose, says Digital SLR User, whose reviewers also found its tapered bottom was perfectly practical for finding …

1 review | 5 opinions (Excellent)


5585 Expedition 5x
Tamrac Expedition 5x


Inside of the bag is deep enough to contain a D-SLR that has a battery grip fitted and Digital Photo had no trouble with the kit they used, and managed to fit in a 70-200mm f/4 telephoto zoom. The …

2 reviews | 7 opinions (Above average)


Pro12 Camera Bag (5612)
Tamrac Pro 12 Camera Bag (5612)


"The strap isn't particularly well padded, and though satisfactory for short term use, it became a little uncomfortable after longer periods."

1 review | 22 opinions (Above average)


More information at: Digital Photo, 4/2008 Shoulder Bags for photographers A backpack distributes the weight of your equipment evenly, but to avoid the hassle of taking it on and off, you might just find yourself leaving your camera in the bag. A shoulder bag such as one of these, however, offers quick and easy access to your gear. In test: Six shoulder bags for carrying cameras and photographic kit were reviewed and rated based on design, build, capacity, ease of use and value for money. Scores ranged from 3 to 5 stars out of 5. … to review

5549 Adventure9
Tamrac 5549 Adventure 9


"Extremely useful features like a 'pop-off pocket' to keep power cords organised mark this out as a tempting choice. It can carry laptops of up to 15.5 inches, or 17 inches for

2 reviews | 5 opinions (Excellent)


More information at: What Digital Camera, 7/2007 Tamrac Adventure 9 Tamrac's Adventure 9 is a new rival for Lowepro's popular Compu Daypack, which provides three distinct storage areas: a section for camera and lenses, a laptop section, and a general-purpose space. … to review

Adventure Messenger One
Tamrac Adventure Messenger 1


"... To sum up, this is an ideal bag for the city or lightweight traveller, without looking like a camera bag."

2 reviews


More information at: What Digital Camera, 9/2006 Tamrac Adventure Messenger 1 We've looked at big bags, little bags, backpacks and pouches, but the Adventure Messenger 1 is more of a sachel-type bag. … to review

Adventure Messenger IV (Model 5534)
Tamrac Adventure Messenger 4 (Model 5534)


With safety at the top of its list of priorities, the Tamrac Adventure Messenger 4's design instilled confidence for TrustedReviews. As well as being well built, they found it comfortable to

2 reviews | 2 opinions (Excellent)


More information at: TrustedReviews, 12/2007 Camera Bag Round-Up Once you start accumulating equipment, a good photography kit bag becomes essential. There are plenty of choices available, so whether you're a semi-pro or a beginner, there's a bag that's right for you. Here are four of the best. In test: Four camera bags and rucksacks were reviewed and rated based on features, design and value for money. Scores ranged from 7 to 9 points out of 10. … to review

Tamrac Expedition 4


"... the Expedition 4 is nice and deep, suiting those with larger D-SLRs. The lumbar support and other mesh pads make the Expedition 4 comfortable to carry, and all the straps are well …

1 review | 2 opinions (Excellent)



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