Excerpt: On first inspection, access from the back and both sides seemed like a good idea, but that's probably one too many ways to lose a lens. Also, when accessing from the back, the edge of the overlapping zipper channel makes it difficult to not feel like I'm either cramming everything in (camera body...
Excerpt: This is a very well padded bag that holds a DSLR with battery grip and a 70-200 lens attached. In addition it has room in the lower compartment for an additional lens or two and flash with room up top for batteries and other small accessories.
Excerpt: Seems very well built. I didn't end up keeping it, mainly because of the size. I should have known better than to order a backpack with a laptop sleeve in it.. The laptop sleeve seems very well padded, but if you aren't keeping a laptop in it that padding makes the backpack seem about 2-3 inches...
Good pack at B&H photo price for the brown/tan version
photoman, B&H Photo
7 February 2016
Excerpt: Clearly I use this as a camera pack, though most often I carry my gear in a regular large size camera bag and transfer to the back pack when I and walking in to shoot.
It would have been helpful had Tamrac included some extra dividers with the pack.
Excerpt: Works great for my D750 and a couple of lenses. Goof usable compartments. The only reason I couldn't give five stars is because the laptop compartment is very small. It fits an iPad but not a laptop.
Excerpt: This bag is built like a bunker, plenty of padding to protect everything inside yet plenty of doors (zippered access) to put things in and out. Velcro partitions allow for customizing yet originally designed by by someone that knows what we want.The Tamrac 5788 backpack can be carried in comfort and...