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Tamrac 3535 Express 5 Camera Bag -Khaki
Tamrac 3535 Express 5 Camera Bag -Khaki
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The stylish new Express 5 Camera Bag combines upscale, contemporary designs with the functionality that only a Tamrac camera bag provides. This sophisticated ultra-compact messenger bag delivers quick access and protection for a compact digital or film SLR with lens up to 3-1/2 inches long attached and accessories. The adjustable, foam-padded dividers protect and provide a custom fit to equipment. A front pocket, zippered Speed Pocket(TM) on flap and open pocket in back organize accessories, while a side pocket is perfect for a cell phone or MP3 player. The Express 5 can be carried by the carrying handle or the adjustable, padded shoulder strap, which features Strap Accessory System(TM) (S.A.S.(TM)) attachment slots for complete customization with Tamrac's optional accessories. Highlighted with ultra suede accents in discrete black on black or stylish desert gold on khaki, this bag will fit everyone's lifestyle.
|Product Length:||5.51 inches|
|Product Width:||7.87 inches|
|Product Height:||7.48 inches|
|Product Weight:||0.74 pounds|
|Package Length:||8.1 inches|
|Package Width:||8.0 inches|
|Package Height:||5.0 inches|
|Package Weight:||0.9 pounds|
|Average Customer Rating:|| based on 28 reviews|
Upscale, ultra-compact shoulder bag with ultra suede trim
Perfect for a compact digital or film SLR with 3½" lens attached and accessories
Adjustable, foam-padded dividers protect and provide a custom fit to equipment
Front pocket, zippered Speed PocketTM and open rear pocket organize accessories
Side pocket for cell phone or MP3 player
|Average Customer Review: ( 28 customer reviews )
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15 of 15 found the following review helpful:
Digital essentials only Feb 08, 2007
I got the 3535 Ultra-Compact Messenger Bag to carry my Canon S3 IS, extra batteries and memory cards and a battery charger. The camera has a lens adapter + filter + new cap, meaning its depth has grown. In order for it to fit in the bag, I had to remove one of the padded dividers (a horrendous battle with pieces of velcro sticking to everything), but now the camera fits nicely, lens turned upward. The remaining divider separates the camera from the charger, which is good. Extra batteries and cards are safely stowed in the front compartment -- the cards within the zippered part. A cleaning cloth fits in the small compartment on the front flap. There is a little side pocket for my cellphone, a nice touch if I don't want to carry extra volumes on a day out. The bag is well made and very sturdy, padding on all sides. I would like it to be slightly shorter and slightly wider, but it does the job well.
12 of 12 found the following review helpful:
Great for travel Jul 24, 2007
I share pretty much all of the same opinions with the other reviewer. I also removed one of the velcro dividers in order to use the bag with my Canon S3 IS and adaptor/lens converter. I keep batteries and memory cards in the front pocket, a card reader in the side, and a lens cleaning cloth in the flap pocket. With some wrestling, I can fit my large AA battery charger in the bottom of the main compartment, but I don't think I'll do this unless necessary.
Buy this bag if you like to carry lots of accessories with your camera. Do NOT buy this bag if you are just looking to carry your S1/S2/S3/S5 IS and a few small items (like a set of batts and a memory card). This will be WAY too big if that's the case. An alternate, smaller bag I recommend is the Lowepro Edit 110 mini-camcorder bag. That worked well for my S3 IS and its batteries and cards, before I got the extra lens kit.
12 of 15 found the following review helpful:
Camera Bag Review Dec 11, 2007
By Greer A. Barnes
The bag is very attractive but just too small to hold my camera and two lenses. Perfect for a little digital camera but not the Canon Rebel. Should have purchased the bigger one, for sure.
6 of 7 found the following review helpful:
Pleased with this camera bagf Oct 19, 2007
By Pierre Jutras
Indeed. I chose it for its small size and it is just what I need to protect and carry my Panasonic Lumix FZ8. The inside pocket holds it fast and the small extra pouches hold SD cards, cables, filters...
More: It fits in my hand luggage. I love it.
2 of 2 found the following review helpful:
Good overall, well made, not so great buckle design Jul 27, 2009
Good bag for a small DSLR with lens and small accessories - good "walking around" bag when you don't want to lug all your gear. Flat bottom to stably rest on, although a little top-heavy without a heavy lens, so might fall over if provoked. Nice long shoulder strap (though no shoulder pad), handle on the top back is a plus.
Only complaint is that the plastic buckle that secures the flap over the main compartment isn't idiot-proof (especially when you're not watching carefully as you close it): half the time the ends will not align quite correctly when closing the buckle, although they will continue to slide together most of the way, possibly fooling you into believing the flap is securely latched when it isn't. Shouldn't require such careful attention (two hands while looking closely in adequate light) just to perform a task which can be done behind your back (one-handed if you're reasonably dexterous) on most backpacks or other gear with similar latching mechanisms.
I mainly use it with a Canon XSi (450D) with 50mm f/1.4, and it has plenty of room in the main compartment for an extra inch of foam padding below the lens (in case I drop it hard), plus a charger, filters, etc. and a 1/2" deep front zip pocket that covers the full height and width of the bag for lens brush, mem cards, and other accessories. Best bag I've seen so far for my purposes.
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