Carry, store, and protect your compact DSLR or mirrorless camera with an attached standard lens up to 3.5", an extra lens such as a 55-200mm compact zoom, and related accessories in this black Rally 2 V2.0 Shoulder Bag from Tamrac. The bag features a large flap with a buckle closure, a padded main compartment with a matching, touch-fastening divider, and a sleeve for a small tablet. An exterior front zip pocket with slip-in pockets is useful for storing a cellphone and small accessories. There's also a rear slip pocket for flat items. Use the dual side stretch pockets for your water bottle or other item. Carry the Rally 2 with the top handle or wear it with the wide adjustable nonslip shoulder strap.
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- Holds Compact DSLR, 3.5" & 55-200mm Lens
- Padded Interior Sleeve for Small Tablet
- Padded Touch-Fastening Divider
- Front Zip Pocket & 2 Slip-In Pockets
Tamrac Rally 2 V2.0 Overview
Tamrac Rally 2 V2.0 Specs
|Carry/Transport Options||Handle, Shoulder Strap|
|Type of Closure||Snap Buckle|
9.8 x 8.3 x 5.9" / 25 x 21 x 15 cm
7.9 x 6.7 x 4.3" / 20 x 17 x 11 cm
|Weight||0.9 lb / 397 g|
|Package Weight||0.8 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||9.6 x 9.5 x 3.9"|
Tamrac Rally 2 V2.0 Reviews
I bought this to replace an older generation Tamrac bag for a camera with attached lens and storage space for an additional lens. While physically larger than my old bag, somehow the interior can't even hold as much as my old bag did. Even with a shorter lens attached, there is still not enough room to fit another small lens in the bag beside it. I have to lay it on top where it will bounce around and not be housed securely. Additionally, where the older bag had in addition to the shoulder strap, a leather wrapped handle on top which I used a lot, this one does not, only a thin strip to attach to your belt. Additionally, the material feels cheaper than the cloth-like material on my older bag and not as well made. And it's a challenge to house my lens hoods in the limited space you get with the front pocket. I had bought 4 Tamrac bags in the past. That's all I've ever used so when shopping for a new bag, I specifically wanted to stay with that brand. But this bag does not have the space needed and feels cheap. I'll probably keep it as a secondary bag to house additional lenses but as a primary bag to carry my camera when I'm only carrying two lenses, it is a total fail. What a complete waste of money.
I use this as a day/air travel bag for an Olympus EM1 Mark II camera. It holds the body, a 12-40 lens, the battery grip (detached), and accessories. It is quite small and fits well in a laptop backpack for carrying on an airplane or in a smaller daypack if you don’t want to show you have camera equipment when not shooting.
Bought for Binoculars
I have a pair of binoculars that are over 30 years old and the case died. They are a 10 x 50 pair of Bausch & Lomb, no longer made. I searched high and low for a case that would fit. I ordered this, removed the compartmental padding and the binoculars fit perfectly! In fact the binoculars are better protected now than with the original case.
LIGHT, USABLE space
I just got this bag for my Fuji X-T4 (and X-T1), and its volume is limited but eminently USABLE. I use it with my 18-135 zoom installed and usually carry my go-to 56 1.2 prime and I'm SET for versatility AND having an awesome portrait lens (see photo on left, with 56 1.2 safely padded and underneath camera). The bag has room for phone, lens pen/cleaner, possibly even a small tablet. This is just a tad wider and not as deep as my Manfrotto (Medium) holster bag, which is just a one-lens show. MUCH happier with the Tamrac, even though it's slightly less padded than the Manfrotto holster (right photo). To make the Tamrac more comfortable, I installed a 3-inch-wide neoprene-bottomed shoulder pad for $15 (suggested), so the 1.5-inch nylon strap is a bit more cushioned (Manfrotto's strap is same width but comes with a 2.25-wide pad). Lastly, unless you're going through rain storms and need to put a cover over your camera bag (this does NOT have a rain cover), you'll also appreciate the speed and ease with which you can open the clip with one hand and get to your camera (much easier than opening a zipper, as must be done with the Manfrotto and so many other bags). I LOVE the clip system for ease and speed: fewer shots missed! THIS is the bag for that super-easy around-town, light-traveling, versatile setup I was looking for when on vacation travel.
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