Reviews and Problems with Lowepro Topload Chest Harness
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Comfortable and Easily Adjustable
DanShermanPhoto, B&H Photo
10 January 2015
Excerpt: Bought this to go with the Lowepro top loader I bought a couple years ago. For a while, I had been backpacking with my bag as a holster on my hip, but decided it was too uncomfortable having one leg heavier than the other. Anyway, I started carrying the bag on my chest using my sternum belt.
Pros: Adjustable, Comfortable, Does not Chafe, Strong Construction, Well Padded
Excerpt: I got this harness to use with the LowePro Toploader Pro 70 AW Camera Bag so I can wear a backpack/day pack and have easy access to my camera without having to fish thru my pack to get it. It works as intended but I can't seem to get the harness to fit very snugly.
Excerpt: I almost wish that B&H had not stocked this;after an hour with a Toploader 75 AW carrying a Canon 20Dwith battery grip and EF 70-200mm 1: 2.8,I am more than ready to take it off.Cosmos' shoulder pads help some, but not enough.On one hand, having the Toploader positioned foreasy camera access is...
Excerpt: I use this to carry a Thinktank Mirrorless Mover 20 bag and it works great. The price is unbelievably cheap and it is made well. I can't attest to it's ability to comfortably carry heavy gear but it makes carrying my Samsung NX system very pleasant.
Pros: Adjustable, Comfortable, Does not Chafe, Strong Construction
Excerpt: I'm not sure why Lowepro just doesn't provide this harness with the bag. It's like buying a car and having to buy the passenger seat separately. Please see my review of the Lowepro Top Loader Pro 70 AW Camera Bag if you want to read my review of the full system (harness with bag.)