Tamrac 515 Compact Zoom Pack

Tamrac 515 Compact Zoom Pack is camera bag to hold a digital SLR with a lens up to 5.5″ long attached and ready for action. The bag features A pocket inside the top holds items like filters, memory cards, lens caps, and cleaning tissue includes A large zippered front pocket will hold accessories with the shoulder strap is adjustable and removable so that this zoom pack can be carried on a belt as a holster. The Tamrac 515 Compact Zoom Pack has Internal Dimensions: 6¾ W x 4½ D x 7½ H/17 x 11 x 19 cm, External Dimensions: 7¾ W x 5¼ D x 8½ H/20 x 13 x 22 cm, and weight 11 oz. (299 g).

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Overall Rating: ★★★★★ | Latest Price Info


User Opinions

Tamrac 515 Compact Zoom Pack User Reviews

Perfect for the amateur photographer
“I’m just starting in the DSLR photography scene and would recommend this case to anyone who wishes to carry just their camera with one lens. The case has a lot of space to carry memory cards and also my iPod fits quite nicely in there too. The case has expansion capability and you can even carry a cloth to clean the camera. I traveled with my camera in this bag through airports and it didn’t create any problems at all.” – By LMurillo
Rating: ★★★★★

Nice bag for hiking with 40D and 70-300
“I have a smaller Tamrac bag, like this one for my Canon 20D with 17-85mm. It works pretty well. The 20D has a tripod mount on all the time,and it takes a little nudging to get it into that bag. For my 40D and the 70-300mm lens, I decided on this bag. I know this bag was designed for a bit larger pro DSLR, like a 1D Mark III, but the 40D slips super easily into its garage with this one.” – By Joe
Rating: ★★★★★

You can’t beat Tamrac
“There are MAS attatchment points on both sides for lens cases or whatever. The three zippers’ teeth are nylon, but the pulls, buckles, strap clips, and D-rings are metal. I can’t even imagine an irrelevant micro nitpick. There’s nothing chintzy about it anywhere. The quality and value go well beyond mere perfection. This bag was made in the USA – nothing beats that! Basically, I love this bag and so does my 40D!” – By papawheeliedon
Rating: ★★★★★

Great lightweight pack
“Made in USA, great lightweight pack. It has more than enough room for my Nikon D90 with kit lens. I am using this back as an efficient way to take my camera gear aboard cruise ships. I can pack this pack, along with a few MAS modules (containing lenses, flash, and other accessories), and put them all into my non-photo backpack.” – By AWBoater
Rating: ★★★★★

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Features & Specifications

Tamrac 515 Compact Zoom Pack Features & Specifications

Designed specifically for most digital SLR cameras, the Compact Zoom Pak holds an SLR with a lens up to 5½” long attached and ready for action. A large, zippered front pocket will hold a small flash and accessories. A smooth nylon pocket inside the top holds items like filters, memory cards, lens caps, and cleaning tissue. The shoulder strap is adjustable and removable so that the bag can be carried on the belt as a holster. Accepts Modular Accessory System™ (M.A.S.™) and Strap Accessory System™ (S.A.S.™) products and fits onto our M.A.S.™ belt system.

Features:
A. Holds an SLR with lens up to 5½” long attached.
B. Modular Accessory System™ attachment slots.
C. Converts from Shoulder Bag to Belt Holster.
D.Smooth Nylon Pocket in lid for small accessories.

Tamrac 515 Compact Zoom Pack


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