- Dimensiones del producto: 8,3 x 10,2 x 19 cm ; 90,7 g
- Número de modelo del producto: MX538301
- ASIN: B001E3XLXU
- Producto en Amazon.es desde: 9 de septiembre de 2011
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- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº708.809 en Electrónica (Ver el Top 100 en Electrónica)
Tamrac MX5383 s M.A.S. - Funda mediana para flash, color negro
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- Altura:19 cm
- Peso:90 g
- Anchura:10 cm
- Profundidad:8 cm
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Color del producto: Negro
Dimensiones (Ancho x Profundidad x Altura): 100 x 80 x 190 mm
Dimensión interior (Ancho x Profundidad x Altura): 80 x 50 x 180 mm
Productos compatibles: Canon 430EX
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It also contains my sleeve of rogue gels and the plastic stand/cold-shoe that came with my flash, but that is it: no room for batteries (well, maybe but then you would struggle to access them and then you can't fit the stand/cold-shoe) and no other modifier. It would have been nice to fit the rogue grid.
Some people use the smaller front pocket to store batteries - I am somewhat weary of that as they tend to creep to the bottom of the pocket, requiring to remove the flash pocket from your belt (or the belt itself if you use a utility belt) to go get them. Plus if you store other equipment there they could conceivably short and start a fire depending on their chemical nature.
So far I hardly use that front pocket at all.
A few caveat:
The flap is pretty long and holds closed with Velcro, so it seems conceivable that it could open and release the content when hit. It did not happen to me but I am paying attention when moving around with it attached to my belt.
The belt-attachment flap also locks with Velcro plus two pressure buttons. These have oxidized surprisingly little on my flash pocket considering the tropical climate I live in and how long I have had this accessory (nothing abnormal here), but it nonetheless makes the button harder to use, leading me most of the time to just omit them. I still trust this attachment so far.
For those of you who like me mix and match with Lowepro equipment: the Lowepro attachment flaps are narrower, so you won't be able to attach this flash pocket to a Lowepro anchor point such as for instance the one on the left side of a Toploader.
Anyway, this is essentially what I wanted: proper volume, proper attachments and very good padding. I bought a second one.
Well, the search is over. For anyone that has a DR40, look for the Tamrac MX5383. It is a case for camera flash attachments, but it fits the recorder almost perfectly . . . . for a very reasonable price. If you have a different model or brand of digital recorder (this one MIGHT fit the DR100 or Zoom H4n - you'd need to check out those dimensions yourself), you may want to check out the other cases these guys make. Just search the Internet for "Tamrac cases" to find their site for their different products and detailed sizes. Be careful when you buy any case like this so that you are looking at the inside dimensions when you choose the one that you need. All I did, was measure the maximum dimension of the device, added about 1/8", and found the case that was the next size up from those measurements. When I used this method, the case would be about 1/2" larger all the way around. I figured that I would have to add some foam padding to make it fit snug. Fortunately, a small spiral notepad for taking recording notes fills the gap perfectly. The case has a flap on the back with Decent quality Velcro so you can strap it to your belt without having to remove it and let your pants drop to the floor. A good thing, mostly. It seems to be very well constructed and is already somewhat padded and even has a small bonus pocket under the front cover to hold some of my other junk like spare batteries, SD Cards, and an SD Card reader.
This was a good find for me. Hope this helps someone else.
What I like about this case is that it attaches to the shoulder strap of my Tamrac "Velocity" series camera bag. This then frees up space inside the camera bag to carry other items such as an additional lense or other gadgets.
The quality of the case is great and I've had no problems with it. In fact, I liked it so much that I also bought the Tamrac water bottle holder to go with my Velocity. As with the flash case, it too attaches to the shoulder strap and both manage to stay out of my way when I rotate my bag to take out my camera.
Lastly, if you are thinking about buying any of the Tamrac "MAS" accessories - such as the flash case - make certain it is compatible with the bag you have or are thinking about getting. For example, I believe this flash case will not attach properly to the smaller Velocity bags which Tamrac sells.