Tamrac 5514 Adventure Zoom 4 (Gray/Black)
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- Internal Dimensions: 6" W x 4¼" D x 6" H, (15 cm x 11 cm x 15 cm)
- External Dimensions: 7" W x 6¼" D x 7¼" H, (18 cm x 16 cm x 18 cm)
- Weight: 11 oz (311g)
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Top Customer Reviews
Photographers who use an R-Strap, are probably aware that extra space is required to accommodate this setup. While this case probably can accommodate an SLR with an R-Strap attached, the extra space required by the R-Strap means the attached lens would probably need to be quite short. If you do use one of the various versions of the R-Strap, then you might want to take a look at a slighter larger Adventure Zoom 5 holster.
The Zoom 4 has a single accessory compartment located in the front. About four inches high, it has an internal pocket designed to carry a spare memory card or battery. There are no pockets on the sides, instead there are nylon strap provisions for Tamrac's SAS (Strap Accessory System) components. The lid of the main compartment has a set of double zippers, with an overhanging cover for added protection. Tamrac offers the case in two color schemes.
The Zoom 4 has a carrying handle on top, belt loops, and a detachable shoulder strap. Tamrac's standard handle is very secure, with webbing for a better grip. There are two 3 inch high belt loops, which are very securely attached to the case. Although the connector fittings on the bag are metal, the connectors on the shoulder strap are plastic.Read more ›
I have used this bag both as for general store of the camera and when going on places to take snapshots in general. When I go hiking during the Spring Wildflower Pilgrimage in the Smokey Mountains National Park I mount it on the Tamrac M.A.S. web belt hostler style along with other pouches for the short half-day hikes.
As a footnote I also own the Tamrac 5513, which is the next size down. This is too small for the above camera/lens set-up. However I believe that it would work if the K10D was coupled with one of the smaller DA limited lens like the DA 40mm f/2.8, DA 70mm F/2.4, or 21mm f/3.2. I cannot guarantee the longer of the two lenses I have mention here, as I do not own any of these. But from what I can tell about the photographs I have seen of the DA 40mm f/2.8 and how short it is when mounted on the camera, this setup should fit fairly nicely in the 5513.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Perfect size for my Canon SL1 with 18-55 lens attached, and can fit battery charger and extra memory cards in front pocket.Published 10 months ago by K Green
Fits my Nikon D40 with the 18-105 fine, is a little snug with the 10-24, due to it's 77mm filter size. Read morePublished on January 23, 2011 by SPete
Tamrac's Adventure Zoom series cases are triangular shaped holster style bags of various sizes. Fairly typical for Tamrac products, the #5514 Adventure Zoom 4 is solidly... Read morePublished on November 16, 2010 by trebe
I really like this bag - it is very compact and holds just enough stuff for an outing.Published on February 8, 2010 by Philip Logiudice
Bag does fit my Canon T1i with regular lens. But zipper got destroyed, and the padding is not so thick. I bought another bag with better padding and construction.Published on December 23, 2009 by J. Ruiz
It fits my Canon Rebel XSi with the kit lens (18-55 mm), and that is it. I mean, when I attach any slightly longer lens to my camera, it doesn't fit anymore.Published on October 24, 2009 by Breno Neri