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Tamrac Rolling 677 Traveler Photo Backpack

gonzuller gonzuller

Is from: Helena, US
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gonzuller Registered since 30th Jul 2002
Sun 15-Sep-02 11:47 AM

I am selling this bag because I have reduced my equipment and I no
longer need it. This is a black wheeled camera bag combined with a
photographer's backpack. In three years I have barely used it. I have
maybe rolled it to the car three times in that time. Otherwise, it has
sat in my bedroom holding a small amount of equipment. I would say that
it is at least in LN- condition.

This bag is designed for photographers who like to carry a lot of
equipment in diverse situations. It has ball bearing in-line skate
wheels and telescoping handles for easy travel. It also quickly converts
to a backpack via hidden straps. It also has Tamrac's QuickClip tripod
attachment system to hold and protect professional-sized tripods.

This bag will hold a 35mm SLR with large telephoto lens attached and a
very broad selection of equipment. This backpack is fully foam-padded
and constructed of what Tamrac calls "PowerGrid Cordura." It also has
numerous internal dividers to customize the bag to any combination of
35mm and medium format cameras and a large assortment of lenses.
Internal Windowpane-Mesh pockets help organize filters, cleaning
materials and other small items while a larger exterior pocket holds
lots of film, accessories or a rain jacket.

$300.00 or best offer. Pictures available upon request. Buyer to pay
shipping and handling.

For references check http://www.photo.net/neighbor/one-subcategory?id=3
under "Chris Fuller" or my member rating as "gonzuller" on Ebay.