Tamrac 612 Pro System 12

Tamrac 612 Pro System 12 is ideal camera bag for carrying the mobile photographer with digital SLRs and multiple lenses. The bag features Tamrac’s Lens-Bridge and LensGate divider systems which cradle the cameras with lenses attached while the gates swing open to protect equipment from coming into contact with A Slide Pocket features the patented Memory & Battery Management System for quick access to memory cards, batteries and accessories and A full-length ZipDrop pocket keeps small accessories organized. Two side pockets and a handy pocket in the back store other small items. Inside the top, a removable Pop-Off pocket holds accessories in easy view. The Tamrac 612 Pro System 12 has Internal Dimensions: 14½ W x 7 D x 8½ H/37 x 18 x 22 cm, External Dimensions: 19½ W x 12 D x 10 H/50 x 30 x 25 cm, and weight 5 lbs. 5 oz. (2410 g).

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

User Opinions

Tamrac 612 Pro System 12 User Reviews

Another Excellent Tamrac Bag
“Tamrac bags are my favorite. They hold the camera body in a horizontal position instead of a vertical position. This prevents lens creep, which may occur with some zoom lenses. The 612 can accommodate two camera bodies if at least one of them has no lens attached, or if each body has a short lens attached to it. If you are looking for a lightweight bag with very good protection, this is certainly it. Most photographers don’t need extra heavy padding unless they are rock climbing or they carelessly throw their bag into a vehicle. A thick, padded strap makes carrying equipment a comfortable experience.” – By Nikon Pro Artist
Rating: ★★★★☆

Quality & Protection
“After giving this bag a solid workout, its all thumbs up. To be honest, I expected nothing less. The Tamrac 612 Pro System 12 easily accommodates my two Nikon SLRs, five lens, and other accessories. With interior real estate measuring in at 14.5″W x 7″D x 8.5″H its all about space. Weighing in at a little over 5 pounds its not a light weight by any means. The padded swing gate and velcro locking system safely protects all my gear. Unlike some fixed divider systems, I like having the ability to adjust as needed…” – By J.D.P.
Rating: ★★★★★

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Tamrac 612 Pro System 12 Expert Reviews

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Features & Specifications

Tamrac 612 Pro System 12 Features & Specifications

The Pro System 12 is the ideal carrying solution for the mobile photographer with digital SLRs and multiple lenses. With our Lens-Bridge® Divider System, it is large enough to accommodate even the tallest digital and film SLRs with lenses attached ready for action. The Slide Pocket™ features Tamrac’s U.S. patented Memory & Battery Management System™ which uses red flags to identify available memory cards and batteries. When using the EasyGrip™ carrying handle, a torsion bar stabilizer strut in the top distributes the weight for carrying ease. On the front there are two ZipDrop™ pockets, each with an internal zippered mesh accessory pocket. One ZipDrop pocket also holds our Photographer’s ToolPack (optional accessory). Inside the top is a removable Pop-Off™ pocket which holds accessories in easy view. Also features the Piggy-Back Pocket™ which allows the bag to be slipped over the handle of rolling luggage.

A. Total Coverage Top.
B. Dual USA-Patented Lens-Bridge® system.
C. Foam Padded Pockets.
D. ABS Platform in bottom.
E. Pop-Off™ Pocket.
F. Elastic Accessory/light loops inside top.

Tamrac 612 Pro System 12

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