Tamrac 5258 CyberPack 8 is ideal camera bag for multiple pro-sized DSLRs, a long telephoto lens up to 13½-Inch attached to one of the SLRs, many additional lenses and flashes. The bag features the separate, completely foam-padded rear pocket holds most 17-Inch screen laptops, including Apple’s 17-Inch MacBook Pro with A front accessory pocket organizes CDs, business accessories, and uses Tamrac’s patented Memory & Battery Management System and has QuickClip tripod attachment system completed with A well-padded shoulder harness, padded hip belt and sternum strap distribute the weight of the camera gear and laptop for carrying comfort. The Tamrac 5258 CyberPack 8 has Internal Dimensions: 12 W x 6 D x 18 H/30 x 15 x 46 cm, External Dimensions: 13½ W x 11¼ D x 20 H/34 x 29 x 51 cm, and weight 7 lbs. 7 oz. (3382 g).
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Tamrac 5258 CyberPack 8 User Reviews
“This bag is perfect. I just went to Hawaii. I took 2 camera bodies, 6 lenses, a 17″ laptop and an assortment of chargers, a card reader and some other stuff. This bag fit perfectly in the overhead compartments on the big jets and under the seats on the regional plane with no hassle from the airline at all.” – By SoonerMike
“I took a trip recently with two camera bodies, five lenses including a Canon 100-400, external flash, and a lot of smaller accessories together with a 15″ MacBook Pro laptop. The pack was extremely comfortable when fully loaded and didn’t feel as heavy as I would have expected. You probably wouldn’t want to use this as a dayback for a hike-in shoot, but for transporting gear, it’s perfect. It meets all my needs and was the least expensive of all of the packs that I considered. Overall, I couldn’t be happier with my purchase.” – By Mark
“Great bag for all your camera equipment. The easily removable pads make it easy for you to fit all of your equipment in the same compartment and make it the way you want. I have 4 lenses, one of them is the 70-200mm, i have 2 cameras and 2 external flashes that fit easily together. This gives you a good idea how big the bag actually is. The smaller compartments are great for batteries, memory cards, filters etc.” – By Megan425
Never gonna need another
“Has room for all my my stuff! I carry in my pack a 5D body with a Canon 24-105 lens on it, 50mm macro lens, 16-35 f/2.8 lens, 70-200 f/2.8 lens, Canon external battery pack and exta mag, Gary Fong dome and inverted sphere, 2 580 EXII flashes, a lens hood for each lens, plus lots of odds n ends.
And it still has room for another lens.” – By Torri’s Photography
“Since I had grow out of my last storage bag it was time step it up a notch. What i like most about this bag is my lenses are able to sit vertically (its deep enough to do so) and I can easily store my 2 camera bodies. It has plenty of pouches so every item i have is now stored within it including all cables and small accessories. Sure its bulky but when you get to that point there is no way to get around it, that is if you want everything stored in one place. i give it a thumbs up.” – By Lax photograper
Very rugged backpack that holds a TON of equipment
“I wanted something that I could carry onto a plane, tote around the cities and sites that I visited (Lima, Cusco, Machu Pichu, etc.) and finally protect my photo equipment in the jungle. This bag did that well. It held almost my entire 35mm digital photo system, including: Canon 20D body, Canon 30D body, Canon 100-400mm L lens, Canon 17-85mm L lens, Canon 580EX Flash, Canon 2x teleconverter, Gitzo Carbon Fiber tripod with ball-head, Two Garmin Rino Radio/GPS units, Canon 12×36 IS bincoulars, A bunch of memory cards totaling 100G, 4 Canon batteries with charger, and a LOT of misc. accessories… I really like this case and I still use it often. If you need to carry expensive equipment around rugged areas, I would recommend this item. “ – By Timothy B. Riley
A lot of room
“I was looking for a singular solution to carry a wide range of gear in. I tried the Tenba Shootout and Lowepro Trekker 300AW but they lacked the interior space. Then a friend suggested the Tamrac 5258. After trying several layouts, I was finally able to arrange the pack to handle the following in the main compartment: Canon 1DMK III, Canon 300mm f2.8, Canon 100-400mm f4-5.6L IS, Canon 24-105mm f4L IS, Canon MP-E 65mm, Canon 1.4x and 2x converters, Canon 580EX II flash. It was nice to be able to pack everything into one bag but it is a hefty load. Another bonus is that with the main compartment full, I still have plenty of room for my notebook. Other packs, when fully loaded, seem to compress the notebook pocket…” – By G. Ponder
Tamrac 5258 CyberPack 8 Expert Reviews
Tamrac 5258 CyberPack 8 Features & Specifications
The CyberPack 8 combines a laptop, digital SLR equipment and accessories in one convenient, easy-to-carry backpack. The main compartment holds multiple camera bodies, a long telephoto lens up to 13½” attached to an SLR, an array of additional lenses, and strobes.
This larger sized pack also accommodates 17″ screen laptops such as Apple’s 17″ MacBook Pro and others up to 11″ x 2″ x 15½”. Windowpane-Mesh™ accessory pockets visibly store AC adapters, cables and other accessories. A professional tripod can be securely carried using Tamrac’s QuickClip™ Tripod Attachment System. A front accessory pocket organizes CDs, a PDA, business cards, pens and cables and features Tamrac’s U.S. patented Memory & Battery Management System™ that uses red flags to identify which memory cards and batteries are available for use.
This pack is completely padded with thick, closed-cell foam and has a foam-padded plastic platform in the bottom to provide shock protection. A thickly padded shoulder harness, padded hip belt, and sternum strap ease the burden of carrying this well-equipped pack. Accepts Tamrac’s Modular Accessory System™ (M.A.S.™) and Strap Accessory System™ (S.A.S.™) products to allow for complete customization.
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