Excerpt: I have a small bag and a large backpack. I was looking for something that could support all my gear but wasn't sol bulky. This can hold my larger camera and plenty of lenses. And most importantly holds them securely. Things tend to slide around in the backpack.
Pros: Comfortable, Strong Construction, Well Padded
Excerpt: Just received this bag, I was ready for a change from my old bag, just about everything I have ever purchased from Tamrac has been good quality and this bag is made well also.However its way to small in my opinion for two bodies and glass, if you have any large primes or medium tele's forget it, they just don't fit and if you use hoods forget about it...
Excerpt: Love the quality of Tamrac bags and this one did not disappoint. I have a Tamrac bag I've used for probably 15 years and is still in great condition. I take these bags on all my photo shoots and love the fact that I can fit a lot of what I need in each one. The only downside is that the photo on the website of what will fit in the bag as far as number of lens is not really accurate in my opinion.
Pros: Easily Accessible Equipment, Strong Construction, Well Padded
Excerpt: I have two Olympus cameras and OM-D and an E-620 with 4 different lenses; two chargers with batteries and other accessories, which all fit perfectly in this amazing bag.It handles everything I need and more -- it is lightweight - it is attractive and it is SAFE!I don't have any complaints or negative comments about this item.
Pros: Carries Everything I Need, Comfortable, Easily Accessible Equipment, Lightweight, Personal Items Too, Strong Construction, Well Padded
Excerpt: I recently returned from a trip to Kenya and wanted to set up a travel kit that could accomodate all the gear I wanted to carry on my next outing. This Tamrac bag is just the right size for the equipment I want to keep at hand while the rest goes into a Pelican wheeled carry-on. I put a D800 with 24-70, some extra lenses, a flash and other things in the Tamrac; and my D7100 with my 70-200, 150-500 and other items go in the Pelican.
Pros: Lightweight, Strong Construction, Well Padded
Excerpt: I bought this bag to use as a bag for extended travel. It is large enough to hold one body, seven lenses and a large flash with enought room left for accessories. The best thing is it's still small enough to fit under the airplane seat. The only downside I've seen it is still new enough that I have to hunt for what I need. This will no longer be a problem as I get more used to the bag.
Excerpt: This is a fantastically well build camera bag. The quality of the fabrics and construction is top-notch. The only construction quality issue I have with the bag is that the zipper pulls on the various pockets — that is, the ones other than those used to open the main compartment — are a bit smaller than I prefer.
Pros: Comfortable, Easily Accessible Equipment, Strong Construction, Well Padded
Excerpt: This is a good product with two exceptions. First, the claim it's a two dslr bag is a bit optimistic. If you have two bodies and the typical slew of lenses your probably better off buying the PRO 12 bag. Second, access to items stored in the bottom row is a clumsy affair.
Pros: Comfortable, Lightweight, Strong Construction, Well Padded
Excerpt: This bag is very sturdy and a perfect size. Any bigger and it would be too heavy to carry! I love the mesh/clear pockets, it's easier to find the little things than with deep pocket bags. I'm very happy with this bag.