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Tamrac 5630 Pro Digital Zoom 10 Case (Black)

by Tamrac
14 customer reviews

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  • Ideal for carrying a pro digital SLR (like Canon's EOS 1D Series or Nikon's D3) with a lens up to 91/2-Inch (24cm) attached
  • Dual Foam Technology inside combines closed-cell foam for maximum shock protection with open-cell foam for vibration dampening and a custom fit
  • Front pocket features Tamrac's patented Memory & Battery Management System, that uses red flags to identify available memory cards and batteries from ones that are used up, while side pockets provide fast access to a mobile phone and other accessories
  • Constructed of strong Ballistic Nylon, this zoom pack features Windowpane-Mesh accessory pockets and a smooth accessory pocket in the lid for lens-cleaning paper or other small accessories
  • Belt loops in back, EasyGrip carrying handle and an adjustable, removable shoulder strap provide convenient carrying options for this zoom pack
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Product Description

Tamrac's Pro Digital Zoom 10 is ideal for carrying a pro digital SLR (such as Canon's EOS 1D Series or Nikon's D3) with a lens up to 9½-Inch (24cm) attached. Dual Foam Technology inside combines closed-cell foam for maximum shock protection with open-cell foam for vibration dampening and a custom fit. The front pocket features Tamrac's patented Memory & Battery Management System, which uses red flags to identify available memory cards and batteries from ones that are used up. Constructed of strong ballistic nylon, this pack features Windowpane-Mesh pockets and an accessory pocket in the lid for lens-cleaning paper. Belt loops in back, an EasyGrip carrying handle and an adjustable, removable shoulder strap provide convenient carrying options for the Pro Digital Zoom 10.

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  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 8.8 x 14 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 14.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B001E3XLZI
  • Item model number: 563001
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 17, 2003

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Michael D. Newcomer on February 24, 2010
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Usually I keep all my gear in Ape Case Pro for Digital Slr Cameras Large Size By: Norazza which is a great case, but sometimes I just want to take the camera and lens for the day. This case fits my 5D Mark II (with attached battery grip) perfectly, even with theCanon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS USM Telephoto Zoom Lens for Canon SLR Cameras attached. I only gave it 4 stars in portability which is really not the product's fault - it is still a large case but we who love battery grips and long lenses are prepared for that.

It has an adjustable velcro tab inside at the bottom to adjust for different length lenses. When carrying a long lens, I just take it out, but adjust it up for the EF 24-105 or shorter lenses, which leaves you a little space for maybe a nifty-fifty.

Build quality is great: well padded and repels water well. Shoulder strap is nicely padded and removable if you just want to use the handle. I've found it easier to take my camera with me more often since this is so easy to carry compared to my big gear case (much to the dismay of my co-workers). ;)

I also feel the price point isn't bad for what you get.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Chris Bemis on November 8, 2009
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I use the Tamrac 5630 Pro Digital Zoom 10 Case with the S-500 Chest Harness on my backpacking trips. This system allows me to keep all my camera gear out of my backpack and on my chest where I can more easily and quickly access it. This saves room for more gear in my backpack and balances my pack weight towards the front. However, the S-500 chest harness (sold separately) doesn't have padding, so it can really wear on the shoulders after a day of hiking. I suggest finding padding if buying the S-500 harness as well.

Inside the main compartment of the Tamrac, I keep my D700 with a 50mm prime lens and a 70-300mm zoom lens, separated by a foam insert. I add a bit extra foam between the lenses to protect from jumps and falls.

On the sides, I keep an SB-600 flash in a separately purchased case, as well as a Garmin GPS inside another case. The GPS I hook up to my D700 to record latitude, longitude, and other positional data. The front pockets can fit cables, memory cards, and batteries.

I was recently caught in a sudden downpour wearing the Tamrac on my chest. I didn't want to risk the gear inside my backpack, so I walked for three hours in steady rain without protecting the Tamrac. By the time I got to shelter, my camera and lenses were damp, and the Tamrac was saturated. I did not expect the Tamrac to be waterproof, and knew that my gear could handle a little dampness. Luckily, water did not puddle inside the case, as this would have resulted in some problems. If rain is anticipated, I highly recommend stowing the Tamrac with camera gear inside a waterproof case.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Chet on January 2, 2011
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I've mostly used Tamrac bags for the last 35yrs and am very pleased with this bag.
I wanted a shoulder bag that could carry just my Nikon D90 with vertical/battery grip attached along with the long 70-300VR lens. This works with ease.
It also includes another pad which can adjust for shorter lenses.
Very well made.

Steve
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Chris on December 25, 2009
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This case is excellent!! Well constructed & reasonably priced.

I can COMFORTABLY fit my Canon Rebel T1i, with 1.4 lens extender, Canon 70-200MM L IS 2.8 zoom, and sunshade (fastened backwards in carrying mode) ALL ATTACHED. I even put a small handtowel on top of the camera for shock absorbtion.

I can pull the assembly straight out of the case and start shooting.

The lid zips closed easily and opens effort free and the clasp fastens and unfastens normally.

The dimensions listed are accurate and this was the longest case of this type I could find. The waterproofing seems as good as it could be and I have no reservations about getting caught in a shower.

I have two older Tamrac cases that have lasted with no wear for over 10 years and this one appears to be of the same quality.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By James J. Gorski on April 30, 2013
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This case is very well constructed, with generous padding inside. Even with the extra padding, there is plenty of room for a Nikon D7000 or D7100 with a battery grip attached, as well as a long lens, such as a 300mm. There is a large clip which secures the case in the closed position, yet allows quick access to the camera . This case is well worth the investment.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Thomas E. Simmons on May 18, 2012
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This case provides excellent camera protection, but I only gave it 4 stars because it is a little hard to get into in a hurry. The zippers are hidden under a rather stiff flap.
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I purchased this bag to replace a very old (30 years) bag of similar design. The old bag was worn and simply had been designed for smaller 35mm film cameras and so was always an overly tight fit with my Canon 60D. I tried and return a Case Logic bag and looked at another my son-in-law had which I also deemed too small. The reason for the background is that this bag is big, actually I feel it is a bit too big, that and the strap, are my reason for 4 rather than 5 stars. The bag will easily handle my camera with my biggest lens, a 70-300mm. Buy the interior is so big things seem to bounce around inside, rather than fit snuggly. There is a separating pad with velcro which is great for shorter lenses, but doesn't totally solve the excess room problem. Now on the plus side, it is sturdy, well made with even finished seams inside and out and well padded. It has a small but useful front compartment and a carry strap- which was my other bone of contention for the final star. The strap has no swivels, so if you don't get it in the correct orientation when installing it the strap is always twisted. I know it's a nit, but an annoying one. I even thought of using a different strap but I liked the length and padding, so I am extra careful when I put it on, but it should have had swivels.
Bottom line I would still recommend it to a friend or buy it again.
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