Tamrac Introduces Traditions Camera Bags

Tamrac has introduced the Runyon and Pasadena bags, the first video-photo backpacks of its Traditions collection.

Tamrac said its new vintage-inspired bags contain the latest modular storage technology to create the medium-sized video-photo backpacks for any sized project. Both bags hold two-plus cameras, four-plus lenses and all the necessary accessories.

The Runyon can transport a compact mirrorless or DSLR, multiple lenses up to five inches long, a lighting unit, tablets up to 11-inches and accessories. Remove the dividers and carry multiple water bottles, books and food. It’s $99.95.

The Pasadena is the successor and a full rework of Tamrac’s 787 bag. It uses YKK zippers, Duraflex buckles, PVC-free TPU pockets and PU coatings. It’s $124.95. 

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