Tamrac 3375 Aero Speed Pack 75 is versatile camera bag to holds and protects a DSLR with up to a 7½-Inch lens attached, 1-2 additional lenses and accessories. The bag features An Innovative Dual Access System That Allows Fast Access Through The Side Door When The Pack Is Worn Over One Shoulder with Side Door Is Equipped With A Water-Resistant Zipper While The Front Panel Has A Weather Flap that completed An Elasticized Mesh Side Pocket Provides Convenient Access To A Water Bottle. The Tamrac 3375 Aero Speed Pack 75 has Internal Dimensions/Top Compartment: 10¼w x 6d x 8¼h” (26 x 15 x 21cm), Internal Dimensions/Bottom Compartment: 11¼w x 5½d x 8h” (29 x 14 x 20cm), External Dimensions: 13¼w x 7½d x 18¾h” (34 x 19 x 46cm), and weight 2 lbs. 15 oz. (1318g).
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Tamrac 3375 Aero Speed Pack 75 User Reviews
Making Photography easy
“Tamrac 3375 Aero Speed Pack 75 Dual Access Photo Backpack (Rust) This is a fine product and I have owened it now for about a month. It is easy to get your camera out in A hurry if you need to. I also am very happy with it’s durability and toughness. I would recomend this product to anyone looking for a easy way to pack you camera and gear. It holds everything that need to carry with me on A wilderness/wildlife photo shoot.” – By Thomas P. Miles
“I bought this bag after reading the other reviews here, and I have NOT been disappointed. You can get a bag of just about any size these days, but I settled on this one as the ideal size for me. I can fit my A200 body with vertical grip and a Tokina 80-200mm F2.8 mounted into the camera compartment, and my flash and 2 other zooms in the sections surrounding it. The A200 isn’t a pro camera, but it’s larger than many consumer bodies, so I’m quite pleased at this.” – By Jeremy Thornhill
Awesome camera backpack
“This backpack was perfect on our trip. I carried it everyday. Loved the pouch for water bottle, and since I only have one extra lens, I used the second lens space for my Canon video camera. The top storage compartment is not huge, but it did fit everything I needed. (I was somewhat glad it isn’t roomier than it is, because I would have taken more than needed and added unwanted extra weight!) It was also great on the plane, and easily stored overhead or under the seat. The side entry for the camera is GENIUS! I used this 75% of the time. And, the water-resistant extras on the zippers proved useful on a couple drizzly days. “ – By S. Puckett
Great travel bag
“The mesh side pocket holds my water bottle (essential in Cambodia). My tripod, a Slik Sprint Pro EZ fits into the mesh pocket in front, and is held straight with a buckle strap I got that I looped through the carry handle of the bag and the tripod itself. Not only is that perfect for clambering up and down uneven stone steps at the temple ruins with my hands free, it also deters pickpockets since you have to remove the tripod in order to access the zippers of the bag.” – By Goh Eng Cher
“The Tamrac 75 is well built, sturdy with plenty of quality padding and quality zippers. The upper pocket is too small for a netbook (I was hoping) but works well for other electronic devices or accessories. Plenty of room for camera with lens, two extra lenses, flash and battery charger.” – By L. McCluskey
very useful design, great bag
“I just spent several days hiking with this bag and was very happy with it. In the camera compartment I had a Nikon D90 w/ Sigma 18-250 lens. It fit (barely), with the lens hood turned around. Also in there was a Tokina 12-24, a Nikon 35mm, and a SB400 flash. Still had room in there for my sunglasses and pack of tissues. The camera space was nice, though I had to keep the lens hood for my Tokina in the upper compartment.” – By A. Rubin
Great Camera Backpack
“This is a great camera pack. Plenty of space, well laid out. The quick access feature is handy. To be fair, I am a pretty casual photographer, but I can’t find a single negative. My daughter has the same pack and loves it.” – By Theodore Liberty
Worth the price, great camera bag
“Great camera bag, period. Other bags state, “can fit 3 lenses”… and they can, but not safely or very well. Lenses are where your money’s at w/ a camera, they better be well protected! The biggest feature of this bag though, it’s easy to get to your most prized procession, your camera. Other backback bags, in a hurry, you’d have to take the bag off your back, put it on the ground, and get your camera out… by this time, you may have missed the big picture. Not w/ this bag. It’s like a shoulder bag, whereas the camera is securely stored in a pocket that allows you to gain quick access to it while still on your body. You swing one arm out, swing the bag to your waist, and BOOM, there’s your camera. VERY NICE FEATURE.” – By Matthias03
Great camera backpack
“I bought this for airport security and am so happy. No more having to dig all my camera equipment out of a carry on or other backpack when they say please take out your camera equipment. Security can just unzip the side and can see everything. I just wish the top space was a little bigger for personal items. But when we get to our destination we put what camera equipment we don’t need for the day in the safe and use the extra space in the camera part for more storage. Also love the side zip for getting out my Canon Rebel easily.” – By S. Wagner
Tamrac 3375 Aero Speed Pack 75 Expert Reviews
Tamrac 3375 Aero Speed Pack 75 Features & Specifications
The Aero Speed Pack 75 Dual Access Photo Backpack is the perfect carrying solution for the photographer who prefers the comfort of a backpack, but doesn’t want to sacrifice the ability to quickly and easily access photo gear. To accomplish this, Tamrac developed an innovative Dual Access System™ that allows fast access through the side door when the pack is worn over one shoulder. Like a traditional photo backpack, equipment can also be accessed through the front panel with the pack is removed. This versatile backpack holds and protects a DSLR with up to a 7½” lens attached, 1-2 additional lenses and accessories.
For weather protection, the side door is equipped with a water-resistant zipper while the front panel has a weather flap. Inside the side door, accessory pockets hold memory cards, lens caps and other accessories. In addition to the completely foam padded bottom compartment, the pack has a large top compartment perfect for personal items, such as a lunch or light jacket. An elasticized mesh side pocket provides convenient access to a water bottle.
The pack features a carrying handle and a comfortable, foam-padded backpack harness contoured to distribute the weight of the camera gear across the shoulders. Two lash tabs on the bottom allow a tripod to be carried (requires accessory straps, Model S-113, sold separately).