Reviews and Problems with Tamrac 5625 Pro-Digit Zoom 5
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Great for hiking
spottedcat, B&H Photo
4 November 2013
Excerpt: This bag appears to be solidly built of good materials. It is plenty large to carry a DSLR with 55-300 lens attached. I use this for day hikes and backpacking when I don't need a lot of gear. It easily holds needed filters, spare batteries, memory cards etc... I carry a second lens in a separate lens pouch on the same belt.
Pros: Compact Design, Easy To Use, Highly Compatible, Lightweight, Professional Quality
Excerpt: I really like this bag. I have a bigger bag to keep all my stuff in one place but I don't really need to carry that every time to go to shoot. This bag is the right size for my Canon T4i with a 24-100 lens with the hood on in the right direction. I don't have to turn the hood backwards to get it to fit. It is easy to quickly get the camera in and out of the bag. There are just enough pockets to carry essentials - battery, filters, and memory cards.
Excerpt: I purchased this bag for my Nikon D600 DSLR + Nikon AF-S 28-300/3.5-5.6 ED VR lens. This combination fits like a glove (with the lens hood in reverse position and a UV filter on the lens). There's ample room to store a couple of extra batteries, SD cards and a Pola filter. I like the fact that the bag not only has a zipper but also a clip to shut it closed, so to store it away for a while, I use the zipper, but when walking around I just use the clip lock for quick...
Pros: Compact Design, Easy To Use, Highly Compatible, Lightweight
Excerpt: This camera bag is terrific. Very high quality, rugged, well padded works extremely well. I got the first one to carry my canon 60d slr with an 18-135 zoom lens attached. The zipper pockets hold spare battery, USB cord, extra memory cards, lens cleaning cloth, lens filter, and camera booklet with room to spare. the second bag it for my canon 6D with a 24-105 zoom lens, 270 flash,USB, battery,and memory.
Pros: Compact Design, Easy To Use, Lightweight, Professional Quality
Excerpt: I have an 8 year old Tamrac 5684 that I use for my Canon 40D or Rebel Ti1 with a 28-135 Lenses, So with the purchase of the Canon 5D mark III with 24-105mm f/4L, I needed a good bag with just a little more room. Love the zip pockets and media management system. Room for my extra battery on one side and filters on the other. If I need to pack for a trip I can fit the charger and video cable to review or show on a TV.
Excerpt: Bought this bag for my Sony A77 and Tamron 18-270 lens. The camera and lens fit securely with room for several small accessories in four pockets. The bag is easy to carry although slightly bigger than I anticipated. Given the large size of the camera and lens, the bag is really the right size for my needs. Works very well for me.
Pros: Highly Compatible, Lightweight, Professional Quality
Excerpt: This is my third Tamrac bag. Bought this one to be a day bag for a Canon 7D and a 18-200mm lens. Plenty of room for the kit and still room for a shoulder strap. Well padded. Plenty of pocket space for filters and other kit. Highly recommend.
Pros: Good protection, Highly Compatible, Plenty of pocket space, Professional Quality
Excerpt: I use this bag to carry my Nikon D300 with a Nikon 18-200 VR lens. They fit perfectly with room for the strap before closing the top. The three outside zippered pockets will carry filters, memory cards, spare battery, and other small accessories. The pocket on inside of the top carries cleaning gear for lens and filters, and a filter remover. For my needs, I can't think of anything negative to say about it.
Pros: Compact Design, Easy To Use, Lots of pockets for gear, Professional Quality