Reviews and Problems with Lowepro Event Messenger 150
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31 October 2013
Summary: After a long search, I believe that I have finally found the perfect bag for my photography needs. Even thought the bag is relatively compact, I can fit the following equipment (1 DSLR, 2 Zooms, 2 Primes, 1 iPad) in it: - Nikon D90 with attached Zoom lens (AF-S Nikkor 16-85mm f/3.5-5.6G DX ED VR).
Summary: Purchased to accommodate a Micro Four Thirds outfit, body, four lenses, bits and pieces, and an iPad, for a holiday this stylish shoulder bag exceeded expectations, especially acknowledging the very reasonable price.
Pros: Comfortable Strap, Good Protection, Lots Of Pockets And Features
Summary: I was looking for a messenger type bag for travelling, that allows me to take my Canon EOS-M and accessories along with an iPad.I prefer the iPad Mini, but there is sufficient space for a full size iPad. There is also space in the camera compartment for a DSLR and a couple of lenses. The bag also has a rear sleeve for documents and side pockets for items such as a water bottle.
Pros: Comfortable Strap, Good Protection, Ipad Pocket, Lots Of Pockets And Features
Summary: There are a lot of camera bags on the market around this price but the Event Messenger beats most of them. It does exactly as advertised - DSLR+zoom and two additional lenses, with room for iPad and a useful pocket on front. It's light and durable and perfect for loading a selection of camera equipment if the intention is to walk a considerable distance from the car, leaving the rest behind - for example - event and street photogaphy.
Summary: This bag was able to hold my Panasonic G3 with 20mm, GH2 with 14-45mm,14mm and 45-200mm lens, plus filters and small accessories in front and sidepockets. The bags top folds back and makes very easy access for lens changes,I also like the way the bag remains rigid (with the dividers in place).This makes a very compact and lightweight system to carry.I love using this bag, thanks Lowepro for another excellent product.
Summary: I tried this in-store with my XP1 35mmf1.4, 18-55mm zoom, Nikon 50mm f1.8 with fitted Kipon adapter (so a little bigger than the zoom), and an 85mm f1.8. That leaves me 2 more lens compartments that are configurable to make one large (for my 180mm or the expected Fuji 55-200 zoom. The front zipped compartment has plenty of room for flash (don't use 'em), batteries, glasses and other stuff (or more lenses but why?).
Pros: Does Not Shout Steal Me, Durable, Easy Access, Good looking, Great Features, Highly Functional, Lightweight, Pretty Much Weatherproof
Summary: I admit it I'm a novice. I was given a Sony Nex ILC camera with two lenses for Christmas, and recently bought an additional 55-210mm lens. I decided I needed a single bag to keep and carry my kit in, along with the usual accessories including a digital compact, charger lead and two charger blocks.Oh yes, and maybe my iPad, iPhone, glasses, pen, and assorted bits. Even the camera case.Job done. This bag holds the lot easily, and also securely.
Pros: Durable, Great Features, Lots Of Space, Stylish