Tamrac 5547 Adventure 7

Tamrac 5547 Adventure 7 is camera bag to carries and protects a large digital or film SLR such as; Canon EOS 1D or Nikon D2 with a grip and lens attached, several lenses, a flash and accessories. The bag features Comfortable, foam-padded backpack harness, Double zipper pulls for quick access to photo gear, Mesh side pockets for quick access to accessories, Adjustable, foam-padded dividers, Camera compartment completely foam-padded for protection, Foam pillars support camera with lens attached, Quick-release buckle for security, Weather flap protects camera compartment, and Large top compartment holds personal items. The Tamrac 5547 Adventure 7 has Internal Dimensions/Top Compartment: 10 W x 5¼ D x 9¼ H/ 25 x 13 x 24 cm, Internal Dimensions/ Bottom Compartment: 10½ W x 6¼ D x 6½ H/ 27 x 16 x 17 cm, External Dimensions: 13½ W x 9 D x 17½ H/ 34 x 23 x 44 cm, and weight 2 lbs. 6.2 oz. (1,083 g).

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

User Opinions

Tamrac 5547 Adventure 7 User Reviews

Great for travelling
“In the bottom padded compartment I am able to store my camera with a mounted lens, along with a 200mm zoom, a flash, spare battery, charger, memory cards, blower and other small items like my iPod & headphones in seperate compartments & everything is padded. Comfort wise, the straps are padded and it conforms very nicely to my shoulders and back. Using the hip strap as well keeps things safe while nicely transferring the weight off the upper back too. I am very happy with this backpack as a travelling and day hike/stroll companion and would recommend it to my friends.” – By Chris J. Knappett
Rating: ★★★★★

Worked fantastic
“The Tamrac Adventure 7 Photo pack worked really great for what what I bought it for. I used to have my 20D with a 17-85 in a padded pellican box strapped to the back of the luggage rack on my snowmobile, but it was still taking a beating with all the shaking. I usually wear a back pack anyway, so this replaced the one I was wearing and it held my camera nicely. I like the fact that I can get to my camera very quickly even if the pack is on someone elses back.” – By Michael S. Jerger
Rating: ★★★★☆

Excellent pack
“I love the fact it doesn’t look like a camera bag and that it obviously has a decent amount of space above where the camera is stored, not to mention the security and flexibility of moving the spacers where I put my Nikon D80 and a few lenses. Great straps that secure the bag to the chest and lower abdomen are another bonus. Obviously highly recommended!!” – By S. Boylan
Rating: ★★★★★

Great bag, Very little room for prosumer and above gear
“This is a very well designed bag. For what it is, it’s great. However, if you have any gear of a prosumer or professional level, this bag’s not going to fit much of it. I shoot with a Canon 40D with battery grip, which is a large camera. My primary lens is the 24-70mm L-series, which is also a big lens (not long, but large diameter). Combine these two in the lower compartment, and you barely have room for a flash. If you’re really lucky, you might also be able to shove in a small 50mm or similar. The top compartment is reasonably large, but you’ll probably end up throwing some gear up there that you couldn’t fit in the bottom.” – By Jake
Rating: ★★★★☆

Discrete, Comfortable, Protective
“I received this bag several days ago along with my Canon EOS 40D. Yesterday, I packed my camera, a kit zoom lens, a Canon 50mm 1.8 lens, two Rice Krispy treats, a large book and a water bottle into the bag for a trip into Washington DC. When I first shouldered the bag I was surprised by how light it felt and how comfortable it was on my shoulders. The backpack worked just fine throughout the day, but when I was caught in a horrendous thunderstorm for 20 minutes I was afraid for my camera’s safety. When I finally found shelter I checked on each bag compartment and found that each of them was perfectly dry!” – By Mitchell Daniels
Rating: ★★★★★

Great for the Basics
“Comfortable, flexible positioning of dividers makes it easy to load, great to carry through airports (as other reviewers have said, it doesn’t scream “CAMERA BAG! STEAL ME!” like some other bags do) The top compartment is a little cozy, but has enough room for a lunch, and the basics for a day hike.” – By ER DVM
Rating: ★★★★★

Nice For Hiking with your camera
“I was so happy to recieve this backpack right in time for a hiking trip so I could take my nikon and all of it’s lenses with me! I even had enough space to carry my lunch and a whole lot of water bottles too! This is a very handy, lightweight, easily adjustable backpack, perfect for even a little girl like me (5ft tall, 120lbs)to carry! Thanks for the speedy shipping! “ – By Marie
Rating: ★★★★★

Very Good Medium Sized Backpack
“I purchased this backpack for my wife’s Olympus 520 system with three extra lenses. The size of the bag is perfect for the system. It has enough utility spaces and rather clean simple design, and also light weight.” – By sy
Rating: ★★★★★

Perfect for light going
“Tamrac makes great photo accessories, and this bag is made consistent with their usual quality. Roomy enough for a dSLR with a prime lens or medium telephoto, there is plenty of other compartments to store extra lenses, filters, etc. The upper compartment, while small, could hold your lunch or a compressible rain jacket. The main compartment has padded, Velcro-attached dividers that can be removed or changed around.” – By Jeff Hansman
Rating: ★★★★★

Expert Reviews

Tamrac 5547 Adventure 7 Expert Reviews

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Features & Specifications

Tamrac 5547 Adventure 7 Features & Specifications

This modern backpack was designed for the SLR photographer with a large digital or film SLR (such as Canon’s EOS 1D series or Nikon’s D2 series) with a grip and lens attached, several lenses, a flash, and accessories. The Adventure 7 features a youthful, modern, and sleek design that, for security, does not look like a camera bag. In this uniquely designed backpack, the lower section is a completely foam-padded camera bag compartment, while the upper section functions like a traditional backpack to hold a light jacket, lunch, or other personal items needed on your next photo adventure.

The front pocket features Tamrac’s patented Memory and Battery Management System that uses red flags to identify which memory cards and batteries are available. The foam-padded camera compartment has a weather flap and quick-release buckle for security and weather protection. Two mesh pockets on the sides provide quick access to accessories and water bottles. Two lash tabs on the bottom of the backpack can accommodate a compact tripod (requires accessory straps). This pack is equipped with an adjustable waist belt and an expandable sternum strap. The Adventure 6 also features Tamrac’s Strap Accessory System attachment points for customizing with optional S.A.S. products.

Memory and Battery Management System
Many of our camera bags feature the patented Memory and Battery Management System, which provides quick access to memory cards, batteries, and accessories. This unique system uses red flags to identify available memory cards and batteries from ones that are used up.

Strap Accessory System (S.A.S.)
Tamrac’s Strap Accessory System has components that attach to the shoulder straps of most of our camera bags and backpacks to allow photographers to personalize and customize their carrying systems.

A Look Inside
A. Comfortable, foam-padded backpack harness.
B. Double zipper pulls for quick access to photo gear.
C. Mesh side pockets for quick access to accessories.
D. Adjustable, foam-padded dividers.
E. Camera compartment completely foam-padded for protection.
F. Foam pillars support camera with lens attached.
G. Quick-release buckle for security.
H. Weather flap protects camera compartment.
I. large top compartment holds personal items.

Tamrac 5547 Adventure 7

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