Tamrac are well known for some very impressive gadget bags. I still have the largest bag I ever bought, which housed medium format equipment that went with me at home and abroad during the 90’s. A little the worse for wear now,I was very pleased with the way it performed day in day out.
Here are the details of the ‘new Tamrac Apache’ Photo Messenger range from the importers:
Apache Photo Messenger Bags combine the rugged look of the old west with modern styling, materials and features.
Tamrac’s new Apache Series are discreet, comfortable, lightweight photo messenger bags that offer superior organisation and equipment protection. The outer material is tough, durable sailcloth that is lightweight, waterproof and has a soft, supple feel. The designs are comfortable to carry and provide fast access to camera gear and accessories. Tough Hypatex bases provide maximum resistance to abrasion and moisture. The roomy zippered front pockets feature numerous internal organizer pockets to hold hard drives, cables, memory cards, batteries and other personal items.
The series consists of 3 models:
The Apache 2 Photo Messenger holds and protects a compact DSLR camera with 18-55mm lens attached, an extra lens (such as 55-200mm), a small flashgun, accessories and personal items. It is also perfect for mirrorless camera systems.
The Apache 4 Photo Messenger holds a DSLR with lens attached (up to 11.5cm long), 1 or 2 extra lenses, a 10” tablet, accessories and personal items.
The Apache 6 Photo Messenger protects a DSLR with lens attached (up to 15cm), 2 or 3 extra lenses, flashgun, tablet or 12x 9.5” laptop and accessories.
The Apache 4 and 6 have internal foam-padded pockets to hold a small laptop or tablet, expanding side pockets to hold a water bottle or accessories, a silent closure system that allows the front flap to be quiet, and Tamrac’s Piggy-Back Pocket™ which allows them to be slipped over the handle of rolling luggage.
Guide retail prices as follows:
Apache 2 – £59.99
Apache 4 – £79.99
Apache 6 – £99.99