Tamrac 610 Pro System 10 Soft Case

Tamrac 610 Pro System 10 Soft Case 


Tamrac's Model 610 is an excellent general purpose bag for the working photographer. It will hold two cameras with lenses attached, four to five additional lenses, and a flash. It features Tamrac's patented Lens-Bridge® and LensGate® divider systems which cradle the cameras with lenses attached while the gates swing open to protect equipment from contacting each other. Inside the top is a large Pop-Offtm film pocket which holds lots of film in easy view and can be quickly removed for storage and airport hand inspection to protect film from X-ray security systems.


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[Mar 27, 2001]
R. Flash


Lens Bridge is GREAT. Lot's of room.
Roller bag slot makes it a breeze in the airport


None that I've found yet.

Lot's of room. Carries two complete bodies (with lenses on), additional lenses, film, filters, tripod and just about everything else I need. Versatile. Durable. Roller bag slot makes it a slam dunk to navigate through congested airports. Just slide it down over the handle on your roller bag and you're good to go. Completely adjustable velcro divider system inside. Lens Bridge system lets you keep two bodies inside with lenses on and ready to go. Removable film bag inside cover lets you easily separate your film from your bag so you can have your high-speed film hand searched quickly and your camera bag can go through the x-ray machine at airports. Plus the people behind you will love it too because you're not holding up the line while someone disassembles your entire camera bag and system. Great system. Gobbled up all my travel gear and still has room to spare.

Customer Service

Never needed it.

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