Tamrac Aero

Tamrac Aero
Professional Camera Bag question ….. Help please?

I own a Tamrac but the problem is that I've run out of space and the need for a bag new camera. I have the following lenses and Canon. Need a professional experience please. I have: 1. Canon 100 mm Macro 2. Canon 50 mm 1.8 3. Canon 28-135 4. Canon EFS-10-22 5. Canon 100mm-400mm 6. Canon 24-70mm 7. Canon 7D speed I have a package Tamrac 3385 Aero 75. I can not install my goal of 100-400mm in the bag. I need a bag (Tamrac preferred) to be able to keep all my lens comfort. I would like to receive input from professionals, as I will be traveling to Europe and need a good feel for someone who travels with his team. Thanks for your support.

Hi there. I saw your posting before this, and responded almost but I'm more of an advanced amateur and that did not. I dragged the same amount of computers around on planes, however. So I'll take a shot at it. My personal preference is LowPro, I have six of their bags, Tamrac makes equipment but enjoyable too. One of the bags that I own is a CompuDaypack, almost like his Areo, as you pointed out, not enough space for a goal long. And for me the personal items "section" was useless. My favorite bag is the Mini Trekker AW LowPro is well established and has held two bodies a long lens (100-400 or 70-200), a flash 530, and 4 or 5 lenses others. Would be to compare approximately 5x Tamrac Expedition. But no room for a laptop. The bag use 90% if the time is a LowPro Vertex 100 AW, loaded with a 1Ds, 13 "notebook, 16-35, 24-105, either a 70-200 or 100-400, a 1.6 converter x, 580EX flash and 85. Besides the cables, cards, extra battery, charger … more similar to the Expedition 5 times. One thing I did discover was that there was no point trying to bring all up in my bag. (I have 16 lenses, and 5 bodies) My Vertex weighs about 45 pounds loaded with the equipment mentioned above. Has the weight? Yes I realize they have a good selection of lenses, but could be held to bring all at once. Just a thought, but it is much expensive equipment in one place.

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