Tamrac 5612 Pro 12 Soft Case

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5612 Pro 12

Designed for the photographer who has to bring everything. The largest of the Tamrac 5000 Series pro camera bags, the Pro 12 will hold two cameras with attached lenses and many more lenses and accessories. Foam-padded main compartment with patented Lens-Bridge® and LensGate® divider system. Dual Action Top™ with quick-access Easy Squeeze™ buckles and internal zipper for extra protection. A Windowpane-Mesh pocket inside the top holds extra film.

User Reviews (4)

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pontifex bmp   Intermediate [May 21, 2004]
Strength:

-very strong build -holds everything -orginzed -lenses are well protected -feels nice on shoulder

Weakness:

hmm.... moving the lense dividers is hard to get us to (meh.. u get use to it)

I used to use a cheap little genaric case, but now upgrade to the tamrac. I have no regrets about buying it fits everything extremly well. the bag is very strong and protects your lenses vey nicely. it can fit eveything i have manged to put all my lenses for a old (25 years) minolta slr and a Elan 2e. with both thoso camera and lenses i sill have room to put my olympus C-740. the "digitally equipped" side pockets are very handy for orginizing and carrying/orginizing batteries & memerty cards.

Customer Service

nothing wrong so far built like a tank :)

Similar Products Used: case logic stuff / gaget bags
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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Lthlwpn1979   Intermediate [Nov 03, 2003]
Strength:

Holds EVERYTHING! Helps to give that pro look

Weakness:

Me thinks me got overcharged. I don't blame Tamrac

I wanted to get a camera bag that can carry everything and I got it. It took a while to find a bag that can handle my Sigma 170-500 and other goodies. Heres an idea of what it can hold. 2 SLR bodies and an Advantix 2 standard, 1 wide angle, 3 telephoto lenses and 1 doubler Flash As many filters and film rolls as I want. Tripod straps on somewhat easily. It is a bit of a pain to have all that weight in one bag, but it's better to have that one instead of two camera bags and a lens case. It hold together pretty well.

Customer Service

None needed

Similar Products Used: Tamrac Adventure 5
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RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
avm247   Casual [Jul 25, 2003]
Strength:

Lots of storage space, well laid out. Good padding for lens/body protection. Very comfortable shoulder strap. Holds my film and digital gear. Lots of clips and zippers for protection.

Weakness:

Big bag means lots of weight. Main compartment is deep, small prime lenses are hard to access unless you epoxy two rear caps together to make them taller.

Big bag, carries lots of gear. Amazing how much it really holds. I got the older non-digital model, but still a great bag.

Customer Service

None needed.

Similar Products Used: Out grew a Lowepro Nova 4 - but will keep it around for "light" days.
OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
rds801   Professional [May 23, 2003]
Strength:

Holds all my gear that I need to take out into the field with me. Seems to be pretty well put together. And I got it for an awewsome price...$75.00 brand new!!!!

Weakness:

Too many empty compartments. I will have to buy more stuff to fill them. ;-)

Just got this bag over the weekend and I love it. I was on my way to a shoot when it arrived in the mail. I put my gear in it right away. Holds both my camera bodies (with grips) and all my lenses(even my Canon 80-200 2.8L). I was using a small Tamrac bag that just didn't cut it for me. I actually had 2 bags, one for each camera....what a pain.

Customer Service

N/A

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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