With its slim profile and modern design, Tamrac's messenger-style Rally 6 doesn't look like your traditional camera bag. The top flap gives you fast access to your camera with an attached lens up to 6" long, while the soft, padded interior and internal dividers hug your gear for maximum protection. There's even room for two or three additional lenses and an external flash.

A front zippered pocket and open back pocket give you extra storage for cables, spare memory cards, manuals, and more. Plus, dual side mesh pockets keep your cell phone or MP3 player easily at hand. Slip the adjustable strap around your shoulder and the bag's body-hugging profile will let you easily navigate busy crowds without damage to your gear.

Product Highlights:

  • holds a digital SLR with attached lens up to 6" long, plus up to three extra lenses or a flash and accessories
  • durable, water-resistant woven nylon construction
  • foam-padded interior with internal dividers protects your gear
  • zippered front pocket and open back pocket for accessories
  • dual mesh side pockets for cell phone or MP3 player
  • adjustable shoulder strap
  • interior dimensions: 13"W x 8-1/2"H x 4-5/8"D
  • exterior dimensions: 15"W x 10-1/4"H x 6-1/2"D
  • warranty: 5 years
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee

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  • Black and red camera bag

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Features

Design: The Tamrac Rally 6 is a slim profile camera bag that can hold a DSLR with up to a 6" lens attached, additional lenses, flash and accessories. There is a zippered front pocket and an open back pocket for storing your manuals, accessories, or other personal items. Small items like your phone or MP3 player can fit easily into the two mesh side pockets. You can carry the Rally 6 using the grip handle or the comfortable foam-padded, adjustable shoulder strap.

Dimensions:

  • Internal: 13"W x 8.5"H x 4.625"D
  • External: 15"W x 10.25"H x 6.5"D
  • Weight: 1 pound 9 ounces

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Great Bag, but....

Written By Ottmar, Baldwinsville, NY on Wednesday, October 03, 2012

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This is a very good bag. My needs are modest. I carry a Canon 5D with 50mm lens, a 55-200 zoom, a 20mm prime, a small flash, filters and some other odds and ends and have room left over. That having been said, I should point out that there is one amazing design problem that must be addressed with this bag. Fortunately it is easy to do. All you need is a seam ripper. For some reason, Tamrac, instead of lining the bag with fuzzy cloth so that the velcro on the dividers would attach anywhere, used velcro strips, and these, as many people have pointed out, catch on anything you try to put into out take out of the bag. I don't put the 5D in face down, for example, . it's too funny a shape for that to work well. For easy access, I put mine in facing forward with the grip on top. When I tried to take it out, the flash mount would catch on the velcro strip and I could not by any means muscle the camera out. I had to get in with my hand, and free it from the strip.

The solution is easy, though. Seam rip the strips and cut as much of them as get in the way. I also removed the redundant patch on the front flap. It's noisy and who needs a two-step procedure for opening a bag? The front latch, by the way, is a very stupid design, but is not all that hard to use, and probably can be replaced by something available from a fabric store if it is really bothersome.

On the whole, once modified, it's a great bag.

Pros: Size, Comfort, Ease of use

Cons: Velcro strips, Stupid front latch

A nice fit for 2 cameras and extra lenses

Written By RichardN, Albany, NY on Thursday, March 22, 2012

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I had a Tamrac Adventure Messenger 4 and used it for 2 bodies, a D7000 and a D5100 with one lens or an SB600 in the middle. Then i sometimes hung a flash pouch on the side so I could have an extra lens and a flash. The problem was the two cameras pretty much touched in the middle when the bag sagged a bit. The Rally 6 is just enough bigger that there is now enough room. The two bodies with lenses attached (often one a 70-300) fit very comfortably and I can put both a lens and a flash side by side in the middle. Problem solved!

Pros: Comfortable for two bodies.

Cons: No where to hang a side pouch if I wanted and the netting on the sides should have been a little bigger to fit more water bottle sizes -- it has to be a this one.