Tamrac Professional Series: Anvil 27 Backpack (Black)

Tamrac Professional Series: Anvil 27 Backpack (Black)

Tamrac Professional Series: Anvil 27 Backpack (Black)

B&H # TAT0250 MFR # T0250-1919
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Product Highlights

  • Holds Pro DSLRs, Lenses & Accessories
  • Padded Laptop Compartment
  • Padded Touch-Fastened Interior Dividers
  • Zippered, Exterior Accessory Pockets
  • Clear, Interior TPU Storage Pockets
  • Adjustable Side Compression Straps
  • Quick-Release, Removable Tripod Straps
  • Padded Shoulder Harness & Top Handle
  • Removable Hip Belt with MOLLE System
  • Form-Fitted Rain Cover Included
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Tamrac T0250-1919 Overview

  • 1Description

Whether an enthusiast, pro, or discerning beginner, your photography gear deserves the top quality materials and craftsmanship found in the black Professional Series: Anvil 27 Backpack from Tamrac. The main compartment features padded, touch fastening dividers for storing and organizing your pro-sized DSLRs with attached lenses, extra lenses, and accessories. Opposite your stored camera gear are three, interior, zippered, clear, accessory pockets. A zippered, exterior, padded, front compartment has an inner sleeve for storing and protecting an up to 15" laptop or other device. Exterior pockets are handy for storing items such as sunglasses, mobile phones, maps, wallet, and other necessities. Side compression straps are useful for keeping your gear free from excessive movement.

Two, removable, adjustable, quick-release straps on the front of the pack are used for securing the legs of a pro-sized tripod, and work together with a lower accessory pocket, which is used for holding the tripod feet. Carry your Anvil 27 Backpack with the padded, grab handle or shoulder harness. For comfort and stability, the harness features padded, adjustable shoulder straps with a connector. On longer journeys, photographers will appreciate the added comfort provided by the removable hip belt. Both the hip belt, and the side of the pack have M.O.L.L.E System attachment points. In the event of bad weather, simply deploy the form-fitted rain cover.

Main Compartment
  • Main compartment with padded, 2 short and 10 long touch-fastening dividers for organizing gear
Laptop Compartment
  • Padded compartment with an interior sleeve for storing an up to 15" laptop
Interior Pockets
  • 3, clear, zippered, TPU storage pockets on main compartment wall opposite dividers
  • Zippers feature "garages" to prevent pulls from scratching gear
Exterior Pockets
  • 2, front, zippered, butterfly-style, accessory pockets – one of which is used for storing the rain cover
  • 1, zippered, accessory pocket located on lower, front of pack, which closes with double-zippers for securing the feet of a tripod
Tripod Carrying
  • Removable straps with quick-release buckle for a stable carry on the back of pack
Top Handle
  • Padded, grab handle on top
Shoulder Harness
  • Comfortable airflow harness system with padded, adjustable shoulder straps
  • Shoulder strap D-Rings for attaching gear
Sternum Strap
  • Adjustable sternum strap with quick-release buckle for added comfort and stability
Hip Belt
  • Removable, adjustable, padded hip belt, with quick-release buckle and M.O.L.L.E attachment points
  • Side of pack features M.O.L.L.E attachment points
Compression Straps
  • Side compression straps for stabilizing loads
Back panel
  • Padded, mesh back panels to cushion impact and wick away moisture
Airflow Harness Pad
  • Between back panels is an Airflow Harness Pad with optimized comfort foams
Rain Cover
  • Included, weather-resistant, seam sealed rain cover
Interior Areas
  • Interior areas feature a light gray lining for easier location of gear under lower light levels
  • YKK Zippers with large, easy-to-use zipper pulls
UPC: 023554000029
In the Box
Tamrac Professional Series: Anvil 27 Backpack (Black)
  • Rain Cover
  • Hip Belt
  • 2 x Long Dividers
  • 10 x Short Dividers
  • Limited 5-Year Warranty
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    • 1Description

    Tamrac T0250-1919 Specs

    Features Laptop Compartment
    Carrying/Transport Options Backpack Straps, Sternum Strap, Top Handle, Waist Belt
    Camera Support Strap Tripod
    Laptop Compartment Screen Size 15.0"
    Exterior Dimensions 12.2 x 20.9 x 9.8" / 31 x 53 x 25 cm
    Exterior Material Fabric
    Type of Closure Zipper
    Water Resistance Rain Cover
    Interior Dimensions 11 x 19.7 x 6.3" / 28 x 50 x 16 cm
    Maximum Volume 7.1 gal / 27 L
    Weight 4.9 lb / 2.2 kg
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 5.35 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 13.9 x 11.6 x 9.8"

    Tamrac T0250-1919 Reviews

    Professional Series: Anvil 27 Backpack (Black) is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 22.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love this bag, a bit large for me but I'll get used it! This is a review on the Anvil 27. This bag is great. It is really a large bag, it's really too big for me but I already returned one and don't want to deal with that again, so I will hold on to it. The bag is build like a tank, strong fabric, excellent zippers, lots of space. I have one DX body, a Nikon D7100 and 4 lenses included a 70-200. I can keep all of that plus flash and accessories, release accessories, filters, lens hoods, etc. and still have a ton of room left. If you fill this thing up, it will be heavy. The straps and belt are great and help support the load well. A few more pockets would be great and maybe a redesign on the shoulder straps so I could strap a knife to it, but overall, its a great bag!
    Date published: 2016-10-07
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Misses the Mark... I had a hard time liking this backpack. I wanted it to work out, but ended up sending it back to B&H. Coming from the Expedition Series Bags (a 7 by the way) the Anvil can't compete with the Expedition series padding and comfort level. I wrote a long email to Tamrac discussing my concerns. The bag has plenty of room to spare and its compartments are easy to set up, so space is not an issue, its the overall comfort and how the bag is so much thinner than the Expedition. After the component swap I put the bag on my back only having to take it off almost as soon as I put it on.. Straps cutting into my shoulders and my lower lumbar area was taking a hit.. I walked 6 miles across the Mesquite Sand Dunes with my loaded Expedition 7 with very little fatigue. I'm having to replace that due to its small top compartment zippers failing..Anyway, I feel that many might feel the same, so take a close look at the padding and overall thickness of materials
    Date published: 2016-01-10
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very happy In what's been an extensive search for a bag that meets my specific requirements, the Anvil 27 is the first and only model to tick so many boxes. Specifically, I needed something that: * Could carry all of my gear, including a Canon EF100-400 II and Canon EF70-200 f2.8, and still have all external pockets available for personal items. * Had sufficient space to carry my camera with whatever lens happens to be attached at the time. * Deep enough to let me carry my EOS 5DMkiii with GPS receiver mounted * Had a removable waist-belt as I prefer not to have this attached unless walking long distances * Was well-built and looked good, but also didn't scream out I'm full of camera gear - come steal me * Supported modular accessories (water bottle, accessory cases, etc ...) * Could carry a mono/tripod if required, but didn't have loose hanging straps when not required Prior to discovering this bag I'd been using a LowePro Sling which has served me extremely well, however as my collection of lenses has grown, I've had to plan what to take and what to leave behind. The Anvil 27's main compartment lets me store my camera, lenses, flash and filters with room for more, and the 3 large pockets on the inside of the lid easily carry the power pack and cable, remote controls, manual and memory cards. I was nervous about buying this bag because I couldn't find any in Sydney to look at first, and as it's so new, there were very few reviews available. This said, as soon as the package arrived and I opened the box, I knew I'd made the right decision. I mentioned above that it ticks more boxes than any other bag I've researched - the only improvement I'd like to see, but it's far from a deal breaker, would be some feet on the bottom to protect the bag when sitting upright. Overall, it's met all of my most critical requirements, looks great, feels comfortable even when full, and will ensure that when a great photo opportunity presents itself, I'll have the right gear with me.
    Date published: 2015-08-14
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worthy Pack for Outdoor & Wildlife I believe that if Ansel Adams were around today, he'd be just as enthusiastic as I am about this pack. I can carry my 150-600mm zoom and camera combo. It can also hold an extra camera body, additional lenses and accessory equipment. Tripod or monopod? No problem, you can attach those also. A few sandwiches or snacks...ditto! The included waist belt is comfortable and adjustable even for larger waistlines. The usual Tamrac quality is evident throughout.
    Date published: 2015-12-02
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Excellent constuction, great utility, highly recommended I have not had occasion to actually use the product yet but can comment on my initial impressions. I wanted a little longer bag to handle my big 500 F4 lens (minus hood) which this bag does nicely. It should be able to hold just about everything I would usually take on a trip where I would be flying. The bag is well made and is a quality product. The zipper pulls are a nice touch as is the removable belt which is handy for getting the bag into airplane overheads. The bag is considerably lighter than my old Lowepro backpack, probably due to less padding although I deem the Tamrac more than adequate. It feels comfortable when wearing it on my back with sufficient padding. The padded laptop compartment is also nice. All in all, I can't really find any significant negatives with the backpack.
    Date published: 2017-01-28
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good but not exceptional I purchased this bag to transport my equipment while traveling. The bag has ample, thoughtfully laid out space and compartments. My only concern is that the hardware (zippers and pulls) and the fabric does not appear to be very robust. I purchased this bag on the reputation of the discontinued Expedition series. We'll see how it holds up over time.
    Date published: 2017-03-30
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Light Weight, Highly Versatile, Well Made, Hard to Beat I ended up getting a second Tamrac Anvil 27 after purchasing my first one a few months ago. I have one set up for carrying a Canon 400mm f/2.8 Super Telephoto lens with a 1DX Pro body attached, a 100-400mm lens, 2 teleconverters, a light weight gimbal, and a RRS TVC34 tripod attached to one side and a monopod attached to the second side for wildlife photography. The other bag is set up for landscape photography. This bag is deep enough to fully protect pro or a semi-pro bodies with a grip. The computer pocket is very deep, wide and well padded on both sides so camera gear in the main compartment is well protected. In fact, it is wide and deep enough to easily accommodate a full size gimbal head instead of a computer. The 2 slip lock bands on each side of the bag add to its versatility by making it easy to add slip lock pouches from virtually any vendor. The bag is lightweight for its size and capacity and includes a nice wide belt that distributes the load, making it comfortable for me to carry a 35b load. My only regret is that Tamrac did not make the lower center outer pocket tall enough to hold a pro body. That would have been the icing on the cake for me; however, the bag shines in so many other ways that I can work around that. If you are looking for a lightweight, large capacity, expandable, comfortable, well made photo backpack system for sports or wildlife photography, IMHO the Tamrac Anvil 27 is hard to beat.
    Date published: 2016-05-17
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from It works great for me! I moved up a size from the model below this one for a little more room and it worked out great. Just enough room for 2 DSLRs with a 24-70 lens and a 70-200 mounted and ready to go. My 100-400 lens packed in there on one side and a video camera and 2 GoPros on the other side of the cameras, my glasses, small light, and lens covers. That's all in the main compartment. The inside clear pockets are great for extra SD cards, lens cleaners, pens and paper, business cards, ear buds, you can see all without having to open and go through. Outside front pockets, small towel, body strap for 2 cameras, spare batteries and chargers, remote controls, pen light, credentials, ID badges and gum. Almost everything except the kitchen sink. Everything I need to go out and take pictures because I'm always worried about forgetting something, this way I have everything I need. The bag itself is light the end weight depends on what you put in it and it carries fine. I used for the Solar Eclipse and concert shoots. I really like it and recommend it.
    Date published: 2017-08-29
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    Will this fit in the overhead compartment on a plane?
    Asked by: Jesse R.
    Enter My purchase replaced a ten year old Tamrac six pack. The Anvil is more compact than the six pack but it houses all of the camera gear stored in the older bag. The Anvil does not have space for some of the accessories. But it does fit under the airline seat, and even the overhead in commuter jets that require under plane storage for standard sized carry on luggage. I am most pleased with the purchase.an answer to this question.
    Answered by: Johnnie E.
    Date published: 2019-04-25


    Does this really hold a travel tripod 3-4lb in size using the back pocket as a holder?
    Asked by: Collin H.
    Hi Collin,Yes it does, by placing 1 or 2 of the legs inside of the lower zip compartment and then strapping the upper portion of the tripod to the outside of the bag.
    Answered by: Tamrac Support Tamrac Expert
    Date published: 2018-08-26


    Do the straps on the Anvil 27 adjust far enough to fit a small-framed person? (5'4 , 100lbs)
    Asked by: Charity B.
    Cannot answer. I am 6'3', 260
    Answered by: Jerry M.
    Date published: 2018-08-26

    Will the Tamrac T0250 hold a Nikon D850 with a ...

    Will the Tamrac T0250 hold a Nikon D850 with a 200 - 500 Lens mounted and a Nikon D90 With a 28 - 300 Lens Mounted?
    Asked by: John


    Is there any place to put in a sweater and a cap along with the gear in the anvil ?
    Asked by: Anonymous
    Very interesting question and I agree with most of the comments above. The bag has lots of storage space both pocket wise and within the main photo gear compartment. I am sure with creative twisting, folding, and packing the Anvil should accommodate your sweater and cap - but suggest you go with the larger of the Anvil bags.
    Answered by: Tamrac Support Tamrac Expert
    Date published: 2018-08-26


    Would it be possible to fit a 16.7 x 13.1 inch laptop? I dont care if it has to go into the camera compartment. I will just use a camera with a 24 70 and 70 200 f4. But i really need to carry that laptop and some clothes.
    Asked by: Anonymous
    I would say no. My 15in. Laptop just fitso in the sleeve compartment. No room on the camera compartment unless you leave the camera out.
    Answered by: joe s.
    Date published: 2018-08-26


    Is there any place to put a hydration bladder?
    Asked by: Anonymous
    I would strap it to the outside.
    Answered by: JAMES G.
    Date published: 2018-08-26


    Does this bag replace the Tamrac 5588 Expedition 8x Backpack or the Tamrac 5587 Expedition 7x Backpack?
    Asked by: HJALMAR
    As the 5577 and 5588 have the same exterior dimensions, one might tend to say both . Unfortunately, one of the major differences between the two is that the 77 accepts a 15.6 laptop, while the 88 accepts a 17 laptop.The Anvil 27 accepts most 15 laptops and is close to weighing 2lbs. less than both the discontinued models.There may be other variations between the 77 and 88 which might sway the answer to your question one way orthe other, but as the tamrac website suggests no replacement for the 77 and suggests try Anvil for the 88, I would conclude that Anvil 27 is meant to replace the 8x.
    Answered by: Joseph A.
    Date published: 2018-08-26
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