Tamrac 5784 Evolution Messenger 4

Tamrac 5784 Evolution Messenger 4 is a versatile camera bag to carry a D-SLR camera with a lens attached, 2-3 additional lenses (including a 70-200mm f/2.8), and a flash also Laptop with a Screen up to 15.6″. The bag features the zippered top opens away from the body for fast access to a camera with a lens attached, To convert it to a briefcase, simply remove the shuttle from the bag using the handles, A zippered pocket on the front flap is perfect for keeping keys and tickets readily accessible completed the main compartment can be filled with files, paperwork, or other business or personal items. The Tamrac 5784 Evolution Messenger 4 has exterior size 16 W x 8 D x 12 H/41 x 20 x 30cm, interior size 14½ W x 5½ D x 10½ H37 x 14 x 27cm, and weighs 3 lbs. (1361g).

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Overall Rating: ★★★★½ | Latest Price Info


User Opinions

Tamrac 5784 Evolution Messenger 4 User Reviews

Great for traveling
“This is an excellent bag for traveling, very light, good capacity, enough to carry one flash, one camera body, two lenses, cables, batteries, memory cards, cellular phone, documents! I would recommend it specially for women! Love it!!” – By Jose Vazquez
Rating: ★★★★★

Great bag, good choice
“Picked up this bag in a hurry for a trip, and it was fantastic. The top zipper gives you quick access to pull your DSLR. I had the new Nikon D3100 in it. Carries all the things I need and it light. The strap is heavy duty and strap to bag fasteners are metal so good quality. I found the back handle useful when you don’t have time to put the sling on and need to move fast. My bag became inverted a few times and everything stayed inside….” – By Freezerburn
Rating: ★★★★☆

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Features & Specifications

Tamrac 5784 Evolution Messenger 4 Features & Specifications

The Evolution Messenger 4 is a versatile, slim-profile messenger bag that converts from a camera bag to a briefcase. A DSLR with a lens attached, 2-3 additional lenses (including a 70-200mm f/2.8), and a flash are protected inside a foam-padded camera compartment called the “shuttle”, which features adjustable, foam-padded dividers. Behind the shuttle is a foam-padded compartment that holds most 15.6” screen laptops.

The zippered top opens away from the body for fast access to a camera with a lens attached. Gear can also be accessed by unbuckling and lifting the top flap. To convert it to a briefcase, simply remove the shuttle from the bag using the handles. The main compartment can then be filled with files, paperwork, or other business or personal items. To convert it back into a camera bag, just slip the shuttle back in.

The front zippered pocket has paraphernalia pockets to organize discs, business cards, a phone or iPod, pens, pencils and other items. A zippered pocket on the front flap is perfect for keeping keys and tickets readily accessible. Two mesh side pockets are perfect for a water bottle and accessories and feature Tamrac’s Modular Accessory System attachment slots to customize the bag with Tamrac’s optional accessories. A zippered back pocket stores a notepad or magazines.

Soft, foam-padding on the back provides cushioning while the shoulder strap allows the bag to be easily swung from back to front. A carrying handle lets you grab the bag quickly and Tamrac’s Piggy-Back Pocket allows the bag to be slipped over the handle of rolling luggage.


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