Tamrac 5564 Explorer 400

Tamrac 5564 Explorer 400 is camera bag for carry and protect a digital SLR camera with a grip and 5.0″ lens attached, 1-2 extra lenses, a flash and accessories. The bag features Removable MAS Rain Cover protects camera gear in extreme weather conditions with Front pocket features Tamrac’s patented Memory and Battery Management System and has Zippered pocket on back for storage of manuals, Speed Pocket on front flap for fast access to small accessories and side pocket for a water bottle or mobile phone includes EasyGrip carrying handle and padded, adjustable, removable shoulder strap provide convenient carrying options. The Tamrac 5564 Explorer 400 has Internal Dimensions: 9½W x 6¼D x 8½H/24 x 16 x 21 cm, External Dimensions: 13W x 7½D x 9½H/33 x 19 x 24 cm, and weight 1 lb. 11 oz. (771 g).

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


User Opinions

Tamrac 5564 Explorer 400 User Reviews

Great little bag
“This a great bag for photo walks and trips. I can fit most everything I need for a day of shooting. Everything is easy to get to and has more room than I had thought. Several lenses, filters, batteries, etc. One thing not quite great, my D700 with grip is a little tight. Take the grip off and its all good.” – By Asparagusman
Rating: ★★★★★

Just what I need
“Unless I’m lugging a big telephoto, this bag is my “go to” bag. It carries a Canon 20D with a 24-105 lens attached and also a 17-40 lens and Speedlite. The shoulder strap keeps it comfortably and securely close. For under $100, this is a great bargain.” – By gsp1946
Rating: ★★★★★

Excellent Bag
“I am very pleased with the bag. It met all my requirements with durability, versatility and the compartments adjustments just fit my camera and lenses perfectly. It is also very easy to carry around and have a quick access to change lenses or something. Very nice overall.” – By koda Bear
Rating: ★★★★★

Get this one before 5501
“This line of cases are very well made….well padded, well designed. The model 5501 is similar but a few inches shorter and half the price. I have the 5501 and it fits my gear perfectly BUT….my Nikon 55-300 lens won’t fit if mounted to the body. This case will do that….so I will have to get this one. Cords, extra battery,extra memory and filters all fit in the front compartment. If in doubt at all about the size difference between the two models, go for this slightly bigger one.” – By M. Conner
Rating: ★★★★★

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Tamrac 5564 Explorer 400 Expert Reviews

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Features & Specifications

Tamrac 5564 Explorer 400 Features & Specifications

The Explorer 400 carries and protects a pro DSLR with a grip and up to a 5″ lens attached, a couple extra lenses, a flash and accessories. This slim profile bag combines unparalleled equipment protection and extensive features with a great modern design to provide the ultimate carrying solution. The front pocket features Tamrac’s patented Memory & Battery Management System™, which uses red flags to identify which memory cards and batteries are available and which ones are used up.

A Speed Pocket on the front flap secures and provides quick access to small accessories, while a side pocket keeps a water bottle or mobile phone within easy reach and a zippered pocket on the back holds an instruction manual. Tamrac’s Piggy-Back Pocket™ allows the bag to be held securely over the handle of rolling luggage or can be zipped closed and used as a pocket. A Total Coverage Top with quick-release buckle and zipper closures provides weather protection.

The new Explorer 400 includes a removable M.A.S.™ Rain Cover to protect camera gear in extreme weather conditions. Inside the lid is a smooth nylon pocket for holding lens cleaning paper. An adjustable, BioCurve™ non-slip shoulder strap, and an EasyGrip™ carrying handle provide convenient carrying options for the Explorer 400.


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