Reviews and Problems with Tamrac 614 Super Pro 14 Bag
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Lots of room
Old Marine, B&H Photo
24 April 2014
Excerpt: This bag is large enough and most importantly, deep enough, to handle one or two SLRs and a full compliment of lenses. I use one of mine for a Pentax 67 with seven additional lenses, the other for a Nikon D800, a Nikon D800E, and eight lenses! (Two mounted to the cameras.) It's built out of heavy nylon, double stitched, and with proper care, should last a lifetime.
Pros: Lightweight, Strong Construction, Well Padded
Excerpt: My headline says it all. This isn't a junky bag; it's big, it's quality, it's straight up awesome! I wouldn't recommend it to the beginner just because there is no way they will be able to fill it up with gear for years to come and they don't have to spend that much money. But to a professional or serious-serious hobbyist, it would be a great bag.
Pros: Large Capacity, Strong Construction, Well Padded
Excerpt: I use this bag to carry almost everything I own and keep it my car. I then transfer gear to a backpack and vest if I'm walking alot.This bag is BIG,almost too big and heavy with all my gear but works well in the car or at photo shoot.
Excerpt: I just started trying to fit my collection of lenses in this case. The dividers allow lenses of 2 3/4" Diameter to nicely slide in. I don't think I have a lens under 3" in diameter. What are the compartments made for? Small slow lenses I guess. If you have fast lenses, long lenses with tripod mounts, or lenses with big lens hoods you can probably forget about this case.
Excerpt: It fits two D/SLRs with lens mounted so they're always ready to pull out of the bag and start shooting. Not having to unmount the lens to store means less chances of getting dust into the camera body and sensor if you don't change lens often. And given the size of this bag, you can fit everything else you need to lug to a shoot, minus tripod, light stand and large strobes of course.
Pros: Easily Accessible Equipment, Strong Construction, Well Padded
Excerpt: Bought this bag mainly to store all my equipment, but it has come in handy when I go to places on a shoot and I don't know what I'll need. Lots of storage, and appears well made. This along with two other bags I own have resolved my storage issues.
Pros: Comfortable, Easily Accessible Equipment, Strong Construction
Excerpt: This bag is excellent for my uses, until one small exception is bound to occur, as in second paragraph. It is very well constructed and detailed, and is very roomy for a big 2 DSLR camera/battery grip setup with lenses attached, and lots of room for auxiliary lenses, cords, accessories, maps and guidebooks, and a medium laptop. It beats a hard case in that the cover is not heavy and will not come crashing down on my hand or pinch my arm in the hinge.
Pros: Easily Accessible Equipment, Fits Well Into A Seat, Lightweight, Lots of Room, Protects Car Interiors, Safer Than Hard Case, Strong Construction, Well Padded
Cons: Clips Need Design Upgrade, Neccessarily Must Be Big, Those Mojave Clips
Excerpt: I've used Tamrac products for over 17 years and when it was time to step up to something bigger for my equipment there was no where else to look than Tamrac. The Pro 14 is enough space with extra room for future additions to my growing gear. I'm able to fit 2 cameras (D700 & D300s) with battery grips, 4 Speedlights, 5 lens (50mm 1.4 up to 70-200 2.8 VR), along with a Foursquare softbox, lightmeter, and many other items that are needed on any location shoot.
Pros: Easily Accessible Equipment, Strong Construction