Tamrac 5724014 Zuma 4 Camera bag (Black)
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- Durable 600D PolyTek Exterior
- Cordura Nylon Lining/Waterproof Coating
- Holds DSLR with 6.5" (16.5 cm) Lens
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|Item Dimensions||7 x 10 x 14 inches|
|Item Display Weight||907 grams|
|Shipping Weight||1.95 pounds|
The Tamrac Zuma 4 Photo/iPad/Netbook Bag is a compact, fast-access shoulder bag. With a durable 600D PolyTek exterior, Cordura nylon lining with waterproof internal coating, and closed-cell foam-padding, you can rest assured that this bag is tough enough. It is designed for the multi-tasking DSLR photographer. The Zuma 4 holds a standard DSLR camera with up to a 6.5" (16.5 cm) lens attached, 1-2 extra lenses (including a 70-200 mm f/2.8) and a flash, as well as an iPad or other similar-sized Netbook, Tamrac's Zip Shot Mini Tripod, and all the necessary accessories. The top of the bag opens away from the body for fast access to the main compartment. The foam-padded compartment on the front is great for carrying the iPad or other 10" (25.4 cm) screen Netbook. Apple's wireless keyboard also fits in a special sleeve in this compartment. The front accessory pocket has smaller Window-pane Mesh pockets inside to organize things like small adapters, memory cards and extra batteries. Three paraphernalia pockets are also present, for securing larger items like small digital cameras, phones, or iPods.
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I use it to transport a Nikon D800 (without the battery grip attached) and my 14-24mm lens (also not attached), and nothing else by choice.
Strangely, it is not at all easy to find a bag that holds a 70-200 lens and a laptop. Some bags claim to hold the 70-200, but it really sticks about 1/4 out of the bag, and such a bag is not that small anyway, and it may not hold a computer (or preferably, an iPad).
The Tamrac Zuma 4 does hold all those things, and also a few others. Physically, it's not all that much smaller than the "official" size of the Messenger 5. It's about 75% of the size, but that's before I stuff the Messenger to be a third bigger than it's official size. I don't even try to do that with the Zuma, which keeps it to a more manageable size.
What I like --
1 -- The bag is efficient and has a tall enough pocket to completely hold my 70-200. I also have a 1.4x converter and a 50mm lens, and the 28-70, and my wallet and Blackberry, and memory cards and batteries. Enough to cover most situations, and keep it all in the bag.
2 -- The top of the bag is small enough that it doesn't get the camera strap stuck under the flap, as was always happening with the Messenger. I would click the snap on the Messenger, only to find that the strap was now stuck inside the bag, and I had to start over again.
3 -- The pockets for smaller items are big enough to hold thicker items. The pocket for the iPad is the right size; it isn't really suitable for a laptop, but I don't care.
4 -- It balances nicely on my shoulder. (By the way, I've added the Domke shoulder strap pad, and it works very nicely.)
What is okay --
1 -- The bag is a tight fit for some things; for example, the strap for my camera has to be packed into the bag with just a bit of care; it doesn't just fall into the bag, like it does with my messenger.
2 -- The orientation of the top and the side pouches seems to be backwards from what I am expecting. I think that most bags have the pouch for small parts on the other side of the bag. This isn't a problem, but it takes a bit of getting used to.
All things considered, I'm very happy with this bag. It is a lot more efficient than my old bag (which is still avaialable when I want to carry more gear.) And I can get my stuff in and out of it plenty fast enough.
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