Tamrac 519 Pro Zoom Pack

Tamrac 519 Pro Zoom Pack is camera bag to accommodate large pro cameras such as Nikon’s F-5 and D1, and Canon’s EOS cameras with the power booster and a lens attached up to 8″ long. The bag features Modular Accessory System attachment slots with Converts from Shoulder Bag to Belt Holster and Carries Extra Lens or Film under padded divider includes Smooth Nylon Pocket in lid for filters, cleaning materials. The Tamrac 519 Pro Zoom Pack has Internal Dimensions: 9 W x 6¼ D x 10 H/23 x 16 x 25 cm, External Dimensions: 9½ W x 6½ D x 10½ H/24 x 17 x 27 cm, and weight 1 lb. 2 oz. (503 g).

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


User Opinions

Tamrac 519 Pro Zoom Pack User Reviews

Love it
“My new Nikon D300 fits great with the 18-200 lens. The pocket in front gave me enough roon for extra battery, cards, and even a point and shoot camera. The pocket inside held a filter and lens cloth. The only thing is that I bought a new strap that is padded and more comfortable than the one that was included.” – By Cookie102
Rating: ★★★★★

This System Worked Perfect in the Rain T
“I carry my Canon 40D with a Canon EF 17-40mm f/4L USM lens with the Lens Hood EW-83E attached and inverted. In the bottom of the case, I also carry an EF-S 60mm f/2.8 Macro USM lens and three B+W circular polarizer filters in their cases too. The front zipper pocket carries my extra battery and compact flash cards along with some other incidentals. I also purchased and attached a M.A.S. Lens Case – X-Large, MX5379 to carry my Canon EF 70-200mm f/4L IS USM lens. I have found this extra-large case so useful that I have ordered another. This 519 Zoom-Pak has become my “goto” system. It also worked perfect in the rain too.” – By Netsurf
Rating: ★★★★★

Camerabag light
“It’s big enought for a large DSLR with a medium zoom and an extra lens. Easy to carry, with shoulderstraps so you can fasten it to your chest for easy axess when you’ve got an rucksack on your back. Pockets in the lock and in the front with good zippers. It weights almost nothing and the price is nice. I’ve not tested it in rain.” – By Tom-sigvald Jenssen
Rating: ★★★★★

Tamrac 519 Pro Zoom Pack Loaded
“The Tamrac 519 will hold a Canon EOS 40D body with BG-E2N Battery Grip and Canon EF 70-200 f/2.8L IS USM lens attached with hood in the reverse position. The same camera with a Canon EF 100-400 f/4.5-5.6L IS USM and hood in the reverse position will also fit. That lens is shorter but larger in diameter. That means the Canon EF 28-300 f/3.5-5.6L IS USM will fit as it is about the same size (.2″ shorter)than the 100-400. The question is if it will fit with the hood in reverse position. I do not have a 28-300 lens to test fit in the case. The 70-200 is a nice tight fit that’s very well protected. “ – By Bob L. Miller
Rating: ★★★★★

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Features & Specifications

Tamrac 519 Pro Zoom Pack Features & Specifications

The Pro Zoom Pack is one of Tamrac’s largest Zoom Packs and was specifically designed to accommodate large pro cameras such as Nikon’s F-5 and D1, and Canon’s EOS cameras with the power booster and a lens attached up to 8″ long. Alternatively, an internal padded divider can be used to protect and carry two smaller lenses or accessories. A large outside pocket will hold a flash, extra film and accessories. Inside the fast-access zippered top is a smooth nylon pocket for filters, lens caps or cleaning materials. 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 a digital or film SLR with lens up to 8″ long.
B. Modular Accessory System™ attachment slots.
C. Converts from Shoulder Bag to Belt Holster.
D. Carries Extra Lens under padded divider.
E. Smooth Nylon Pocket in lid for filters, cleaning materials.

Tamrac 519 Pro Zoom Pack


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