Reviews and Problems with Tamrac 709 Pro Convertible
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Crimeguy, B&H Photo
25 January 2011
Excerpt: I owned the next smaller version of this bag, but wanted to upgrade to something a little larger. Tamrac is a well made, quality bag. Although pricey, its made well enough to protect your gear. There is even zipper access on the side that allows you to get to things that may be stored on the bottom of your bag. Ample dividers make sure your gear is secure.
Pros: Easily Accessible Equipment, Strong Construction, Well Padded
Excerpt: I use this bag primarily to photograph weddings. Pros: My favorite thing about this bag is that it can hold my 70-200 lens, with no lens hood, straight up in the bag for easier grabbing. -I like the storage compartments in this bag. Side pockets are great for extra items that I don't need to access so frequently. i like the zipper pouch included inside the front zipper compartment.
Pros: Comfortable, Easily Accessible Equipment, Strong Construction, Well Padded
Excerpt: I was given this bag as a big gift in 1992. This bag definitely will endure hundreds of hauls, load outs, and air flights. It is perfect carry on, and has been around the Americas. I have used it with two 35 mm outfits traveling, Also had a Pentax 6x7 system and a spare Leica R system packed inside along with medium sized binoculars. Tripod straps on the bottom do work great.
Pros: Comfortable, Strong Construction, Well Padded
Excerpt: I've had this case for at least 10 years and it still is in use. Excellent quality construction, ample interior space for your camera and a few lenses, plus all your other things you carry around but never use. Various compartments in front, and one in the back for letters or maps. Interior can be configured via a wrap around velcro lining. I have been using this case for more than what it was designed for....ie shoots where you have to hike into a forest for 2 hours.