Tamrac 5612 Pro 12 Camera Bag (Black)
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- Foam-padded main compartment - Rigid base platform - Side-mounted accessory pockets - Specialized film pocket - Internal dimensions: 15 by 6.75 by 8.25 inches
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The Pro 12 is a full-featured bag for professionals carrying two DSLRs with lenses attached, multiple additional lenses and accessories. Features Side Pockets - Foam-padded side pockets store larger accessories and personal items. Convenient Carrying Options - An EasyGrip handle, BioCurve shoulder strap and Piggy-Back Pocket provide convenient carrying options for this professional bag. The Piggy-Back Pocket allows the bag to be slipped over the handle of rolling luggage. The shoulder strap features attachment slots for our Strap Accessory System (S.A.S.) products to customize this large pro bag to perfectly fit your needs. Specifications Internal Dimensions - 15W x 7D x 8 H in. (38 x 17 x 21 cm) External Dimensions - 19 W x 10 D x 10H in. (50 x 27 x 25 cm) Weight - 4 lbs. 7 oz. (2013 g)
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–Price–much better than the same camera, from four competitors, branded under different names, with same features, accessories and performance.
–Enjoying touch screen versus standard push button navigation. Very responsive to micro-mesh or rubber tipped stylus.
–Invest time exploring how to navigate the touch screen features before you need to use the camera for an important event. Still trying to learn correct sequence to view images on PC via USB cable without having to resort to a card reader.
–Accessories from other cameras are compatible with the N6. For some reason, they are not including the standard clear plastic back plate/cover, and it’s blocked out in the user manual.
–Textured pattern of frame helps ensure firm hold of the camera.
–All wifi Android phone apps tested on my cameras have installed, communicated and functioned as expected. This camera uses CamKing, current version 1.6
–Multi-page owner manual is user friendly and readable–no fine print.
–Good color rendition in movie mode (Cyberlink PowerDVD less intense than Windows Media Player),
fast waving US flag looks natural, no jagged edges or distortion.
–Original firmware is TP20170704, version 2.0; no updates since are known.
–Did not find these features on the N6: slow motion, diving mode, color selection (natural, black/white, sepia) – not a deal breaker but some cameras have them. Deep water users prefer having the red filter effect of the diving mode.
–Price of one model V1 battery costs more than a universal battery three pack plus charger. Hoping replacements/spares become more readily available at a better price. All V1 dimensions are different from other batteries, it is thinner, wider and taller than 900, 1000, 1050mAh batteries.
–Will continue searching for an external battery charger, current sellers have nothing to offer.
Don’t like limiting use of camera waiting for batteries to charge inside the camera while out in the field, hence the need for spares.
–Batteries were drained on arrival, could not power on camera. Charge time about 2 hours each.
–Emailed questions to seller a couple times prior to purchase, took a few days for them to respond but they did--sent a .pdf version of user manual shared via DropBox.
–Configuring feature options is a little out of the ordinary. Instead of being found under the broad heading of “Settings,” some features are located under “Video” mode, others are located under “Photo” mode.
--Own four action cameras until I sell one and return another: SJCAM SJ5000wifi, W9R (similar to Eden brand), DBPower N5 Pro and Domezan N6 (keeping the W9R and N6). Lined cameras up side-by-side, photographed same scene. Compared still images shot at 20 and 16MP; movies at 4K UHD and 1080p. In this price range, results look very similar, so your purchase might be a matter of finding a camera with features you like for the best price. I personally shop cameras with Electronic Image Stabilization (EIS), Wide Dynamic Range (WDR), Gyroscope and anti-shake. Without these on a 4K UHD camera, might as well purchase a 1080P model.