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Tamrac 3380 Aero 80 Photo/Laptop Backpack (Rust)

by Tamrac

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  • Fully functional camera bag, comfortable daypack and computer backpack in one convenient pack.
  • Main compartment is foam-padded to protect a digital SLR with grip and lens attached, 2-3 additional lenses and accessories.
  • Separate, completely foam-padded laptop compartment provides quick access to most 17" screen laptops, without disturbing photo gear.
  • Large top compartment with internal mesh pockets holds lunch, a light jacket, or other personal items.
  • Mesh pockets on sides and front for quick access to accessories and water bottles.
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Product Details

Color: Rust
  • Product Dimensions: 12.5 x 9 x 18.5 inches ; 2.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000XXBMCY
  • Item model number: 3380
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 17, 2003

Product Description

Color: Rust

Tamrac's Aero 80 Photo/Laptop Backpack is a fully functional camera bag, comfortable daypack and computer backpack in one convenient pack. The main compartment and adjustable dividers are completely foam-padded to protect a digital SLR with a grip and le

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Laptop and SLR sections have their own compartments each well paded.
luk2004
I wanted a backpack that I would hold my laptop also, and it works really great for that.
S. Bickel
The only thing I've noticed that I don't like is the zipper on the laptop compartment.
Kristi McMurry

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

30 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Daniel J. Keeler on December 10, 2007
Color Name: Rust Verified Purchase
I bought this backpack for a recent photographic assignment to India where I had to carry my laptop with me at all times. Overall, I am very impressed with it - and several people I was traveling with were also impressed enough that they were planning to buy the same backpack when they got back to the States.
The main reason I chose this product was that it would be able to accommodate my DSLR with standard zoom lens, two spare lenses (including one 300mm telephoto) a small video camera (with five tapes), spare batteries and filters, power cables etc., and my laptop as well as providing some space for other items such as sweaters, papers etc.
It certainly has the capacity I needed and the lower section of the backpack that accommodates all the camera gear is easy to access, easy to organise and generally very well designed. The only complaint I have is that the upper section of the rucksack is quite difficult to access - not so bad that it's unusable, but I did end up simply stuffing things in there because the design of the opening is such that the flap doesn't really fold down. I managed to fit in a down vest, a flashlight, a couple of energy bars, some papers and my sunglasses but I had to pretty much empty the whole compartment to find anything I wanted. The laptop sleeve, on the other hand, provides plenty of space and you can store papers, magazines etc in there along with the laptop (as long as you can stand the extra weight!) The two side pockets are perfect for water/soda bottles, too, which is good because you wouldn't be able to get at them in the main compartment!
I didn't use it in the rain, so I have no idea whether its weatherproofing works.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Dick Cheney on June 9, 2008
Color Name: Rust Verified Purchase
I like this overall. I'm a pro photographer and needed something that fits easily in overhead bins in planes. there's enough room for 2 bodies, laptop, 2 hyperdrives, 5 lenses (med size), all my chargers, lots of batteries, a flash head, and some misc stuff. you have to get creative but you can get quite a bit in there. it's probably not meant for what I use it for (primary bag) but it works well
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Brian H. Williams on April 10, 2008
Color Name: Rust Verified Purchase
I bought this simply for the fact that I can carry my laptop along with my camera equipment. First off, it must be said that you can carry one camera body with a mounted lens and battery grip, two more lenses and a flash unit. You might be able to squeeze one more body, depending on the size though. Other photographers may find this limiting. But the other accessories like your cd's, power supplies, batteries and other lenses and such will fit in the other main compartment. I do wish however that one of the inside pockets did not have a stitched divider. I would have prefered a larger section to place larger items, but those items fit in the other areas. The laptop section is nice and you can squeeze the electrical power cord in the same area. The main reason I bought this is that when I travel, I no longer have to carry a seperate laptop case and camera equipment case on a plane. When I had these two items, I had to sacrifice a personal item in which I would carry snacks and other items. By combining a laptop case and camera case into one, I know can have a persnal carry on item on the plane again. The only drawback some photographers may face is that there is no tripod slot. But other than that, I'm happy with this back pack and would definitely recommend it to my fellow photographers.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By R. Gholson on May 30, 2008
Color Name: Rust
I received this back pack a couple of weeks ago and took it with me on a trip to Vegas. I was very pleased with the construction, quality, and craftsmanship of the pack. The overall design works very well, and should provide plenty of equipment space for the average family photographer. My 17 inch laptop fit in there quite comfortably and the upper portion of the pack provided plenty of room for the power cord and few extras that I normally take along with me. I travel quite often and can safely say this bag will be my primary carry on from here on out. I highly recommend it.

The only cons I would have are that you're not going to access your equipment without taking off the pack and laying it down. I gathered that before I purchased this item and it wasn't really a factor for me. The upper storage area of the pack isn't huge, but it more than suited my needs. Even with the power supply for my laptop in the upper portion, I still have room for my Ipod, cell phone, and a few snacks. You could also cram, (and I mean cram) a lightweight jacket in there if you absolutely had to, but it'd be snug.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Nigel R. Wallace on October 26, 2009
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
On a recent trip to New York I figured I would order a new camera bag and get rid of my old Samsonite shoulder bag, which has been through all the rigors associated with Photojournalism in the Caribbean. I have switched my occupation to a far less intense photography experience and just wanted something small (ish), lightweight and capable for carrying around my camera (s), lenses, flash guns and macbook, with charger and accessories.

Ok first the bad.

The bag is a heck of a lot smaller than I expected and cannot hold my EOS 30D with 70-200 F4/L lens attached. This is not a huge deal since I normally mount an old 28-70 F/2.8L, but still, sometimes it would be nice to just whip out my camera with the longer lens attached.

Now the good.

The bag is good looking. It is sturdy as ever, and I manage to fit two flash guns, three lenses (albeit the 70-200 does not go in the camera section with the rest of the kit and gets bunged in the main bag with the flash guns) Two camera bodies (30D and 20D), a Macbook 13" laptop, charger, mouse, headphones, cables, and granola bars and the shoulder straps, and top handle don't ever feel like they are going to give way under the weight.

Additionally this is a great bag for travelling and fits very easily in front of you under the seat or in an overhead compartment. For my purposes this was more important than having the extra space for more kit and having to worry about whether I have to check in my camera kit.

So if you are looking at this bag, be aware that there are better, more spacious bags available, but ensure that if you travel a lot, they will not impede you from overhead compartments on the airlines you tend to use.
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