Tamrac 614 Super Pro 14

Tamrac 614 Super Pro 14 is camera bag to carry multiple SLRs, lenses, accessories and up to a 17″ screen laptop. The bag features Tamrac’s patented Double Lens-Bridge Divider System with Total Coverage Top offers triple protection against the elements with Velcro closures for quick access, Easy Squeeze quick-release buckles for security and a zipper closure includes Two Slide Pockets have the patented Memory and Battery Management System completed with Two ZipDrop pockets in front feature internal paraphernalia pockets and an internal zippered mesh accessory pocket. The Tamrac 614 Super Pro 14 has Internal Dimensions: 17½ W x 9 D x 10 H (44 x 23 x 25 cm), External Dimensions: 24 W x 14 D x 11½ H (61 x 36 x 29 cm), and weight 7 lbs. 3 oz. (3260 g).

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

User Opinions

Tamrac 614 Super Pro 14 User Reviews

Lots of room
“I needed a bag to hold 2 pro bodies, with long and short 2.8 lenses attached, along with other lenses, a light meter, portable hard drive and a ton of accessories. This bag held it all, with room left over, allowing me to keep and transport my required gear in one bag. I don’t use the light meter pocket in the lid for my light meter, as I worry about weight damaging the meter, but I do use the pocket to store my wallet and keys. All that gear can get heavy, I recommend getting the S114B Harness also.” – By Bob
Rating: ★★★★★

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Features & Specifications

Tamrac 614 Super Pro 14 Features & Specifications

Tamrac’s largest and most full-featured Lens-Bridge® camera bag, the Super Pro 14 is equipped to accommodate digital SLRs, a multitude of lenses and flashes, accessories and a laptop computer. A special foam-padded rear pocket holds a 17″ screen laptop like Apple’s 17” MacBook Pro or others up to 17½” x 10½” x 2” in size. The Total Coverage Top offers triple protection against the elements by providing Velcro® closures for quick access, EasySqueeze™ quick-release buckles for security, and a zipper closure for the ultimate in weather protection. Two Slide Pockets™ feature Tamrac’s U.S. patented Memory & Battery Management System™ which uses red flags to identify available memory cards and batteries. Inside the top is a Pop-Off™ pocket, a handy light meter/filter pocket, and elastic accessory loops.

In front are two ZipDrop™ pockets, each with internal paraphernalia pockets and an internal zippered mesh accessory pocket. One ZipDrop pocket also holds our Photographer’s ToolPack (optional accessory). The front flap has a weather-protected Speed Pocket that allows filters and other accessories to be quickly accessed without opening the bag. Large, foam-padded end pockets give added space and quick access to other photo accessories. A zippered pocket in back keeps tickets and important papers at hand. There are straps beneath the ZipDrop™ pockets for a tripod or monopod. A Piggy-Back Pocket™ holds the Super Pro 14 on your rolling luggage and our EasyGrip™ handle with a torsion bar stabilizer strut in the top helps distribute the weight of your equipment.

A. Dual-Action Top.
B. Light Meter/Filter Pocket.
C. USA-Patented Lens-Bridge® system.
D. Padded, BioCurve shoulder strap.
E. Foam-padded end pockets.
F. ABS platform under foam-padded bottom.
G. Pop-Off™ Pocket
H. Elastic Accessory Loops inside top.

Tamrac 614 Super Pro 14

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