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Tamrac 3370 Aero 70 Photo Backpack (Rust)

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  • Tamrac's Aero 70 Photo backpack holds a DSLR with a grip and lens attached, 1-2 additional lenses or a flash and accessories
  • The top compartment holds personal items and has a mesh pocket inside to organize small accessories.
  • A zipper-closing pocket inside the main compartment's front panel secures memory cards and batteries.
  • The comfortable, foam-padded backpack harness provides all-day carrying comfort
  • Two lash tabs on the bottom allow a compact tripod to be attached and carried
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Product Description

Color: Rust

Tamrac's Aero 70 Photo Backpack is a compact, sleek photo backpack perfect for photographers carrying a DSLR, a couple lenses, accessories and personal items. The completely foam-padded main camera compartment holds a DSLR with a grip and lens attached, 1-2 additional lenses or a flash and accessories and features adjustable, removable foam-padded dividers to protect equipment. The top compartment holds personal items and has a mesh pocket inside to organize small accessories. The mesh front pocket and mesh side pockets are perfect for water bottles or accessories. A zipper-closing pocket inside the main compartment's front panel secures memory cards and batteries. The comfortable, foam-padded backpack harness provides all-day carrying comfort and features Tamrac's Strap Accessory System attachment slots for complete customization. Two lash tabs on the bottom allow a compact tripod to be attached and carried (requires optional Model S-113, sold separately).

Product Information

Color:Rust
Product Dimensions 11 x 7.5 x 17.5 inches
Item Weight 1.8 pounds
Shipping Weight 1.9 pounds
ASIN B002TG3NVG
Item model number 337013
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4.1 out of 5 stars 27 customer reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #6,243 in Camera & Photo > Camera & Photo Accessories > Bags & Cases > Camera Cases
Date first available at Amazon.com June 17, 2003

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Color: Black
I am giving this review shortly after receiving my bag so feel free to take it with a grain of salt (afterall the honeymoon period hasn't even really started yet.) Anyway, I researched several different bags before deciding on the Tamrac 3370. I also looked at the Lowepro Fastpack 200 (Black) and the Tenba 638-651 Mixx Photo Daypack (Black/Black) (Those were the only comparable backpacks available to view at local retailers. I decided that I didn't care for the Lowepro Fastpack 200 because the top compartment was just too small. The rest of the bag seemed like it was pretty good but we have a 1 year old daughter and I wanted to be able to use the top compartment as a small diaper bag for day hikes and other short trips. The Tenba Mixx Daypack looked like a real contender with it's comparably sized top compartment and the nifty access panels on each side of the bag but upon inspection, the top compartment didn't open in a logical way (to me, someone else might disagree) and I just didn't like the way it fit when I tried it on. But just like Goldilocks and the three bears, the third bag was juuuust riiight! I loved to top compartment, and the bottom camera area just made sense to me. I have taken several pictures of this bag with and without my stuff in it and it can really hold alot of stuff. If you are a beginner I would definitely recommend this bag, but a professional or advanced amateur would probably want to move up to the 3375 or 3385. That's it for now. I will post an update after I've had a chance to lug this thing around for a while and put it through it's paces.Read more ›
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After reading other reviews and falling in love with the picture, I purchased the pack and took it to Maui, Hawaii. This was the best purchase for the trip! The pack is the perfect size to carry all my gear (Canon T1i with 28-135mm lens on it, 50mm lens, 18-55mm lens, and a 70-300mm lens. I can even fit in a small video recorder, and point and shoot camera! (with strategic adjustment of the compartment dividers). I'm a small female (5'4") so I don't know how larger people would enjoy it, but for me it was perfect.

Besides camera gear, the small-medium sized compartment allowed me to carry what I needed for the day from an extra layer, to 4 small books, chargers, wallet, phone,...its a nice size. The mesh pockets on the sides and front are small, but worked great for me (sun screen, face wipes, maps).

I have used this pack on short hikes, driving trips, overnight bag, and as a carry on for flights. It is so easy to get into and grab what you need fast. I love this bag. I know my gear is safe and secure. Just make a habit of closing the zipper on the camera compartment. I put on the pack once with it open. I had organized the compartment such that everything fit snugly and would have difficulty just falling out, but checking never hurts.

I recommend getting this bag for long trips, and the tamrac rally 4 small formal functions. These two packs take care of every event I have done so far from hiking around a volcano in Maui Hawaii to attending a military function in Service Dress blues with the Rally 4 over my shoulder.
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I just got back from three weeks in Europe. I bought this specifically for the trip. I wanted something that held enough gear to be functional, also had room for normal travel odds and ends, and didn't make me a target for thieves.

This did all those things very well. It fits a DSLR (with or without a battery grip) and 3 lenses (or 2 if you are bringing a telephoto along.) I was very impressed by the design. It isn't a large backpack, but fits a lot of stuff, plus is padded enough to make me feel comfortable that bumps wouldn't break my filters, etc. It don't fit snug on my back because of the shape, and it did get heavy, but the straps are padded, and the back is, too. I carried it around day after day, all day long, and though it made me sweat, I wasn't uncomfortable due to the backpack. Often packs leave hot spots, or shift my balance too much, but this one is well balanced in all those regards.

I have a lot of gear, but wanted to go light for this trip. This pack gave me enough room to have what I needed in a small package, but also forced me to cut out all the extras. I went without a batter grip in exchange for a macro lens, and had room for some filters and a 50mm prime. Since it is a backpack, it is meant for carrying on your back while you are shooting. I used a sling-style camera strap (over one shoulder and under the arm,) while I had the backpack on, and neither interfered with the other; a great discovery.

Shoulder bags do not work for all day walk-arounds, or with many camera straps, and the big backpacks are more for location shooting. I am actually surprised by the lack of options for this size/purposed of pack, but am also super happy that this one is an option. It bridged the gap perfectly.
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