Excerpt: I just started getting into photography and hiking to find places that I can shoot. With this bag, I've got plenty of room for my lenses and extra accessories. The bag is extremely sturdy and comfortable on the back. Worth every penny and I would recommend every time. I attempted to climb up behind a frozen waterfall but fell and hit every rock on the way down. My camera was perfectly fine in the bag and somehow I was too! Buy it, you won't be disappointed.
Excerpt: Based on the photo, I thought this was going to be a low profile, sleek bag. <br /><br />When I got it, it looks like a turtle shell. The harder outer protective layer extends all the way along the outside of the bag. This all means that if you were traveling, it would be immediately apparent that you have a giant camera bag on your back.<br /><br />When it comes to traveling, this bag presents another conundrum.
Pros: Adjustable Harness, Comfortable, Roomy, Strong Construction
Excerpt: I purchased this to accomodate a Canon telephoto<br />and professional camera. It does this very nicely<br />in addition to two more lenses and flash. There is also enough room for filters. The side<br />pockets also has space for cards and other accessories. The water bottle holder also works<br />well. This backpack holds an amazing amount of <br />stuff securely and compactly.
Excerpt: It's great quality, light and has a place for <br />everything a amateur want, like a tripod and it has a handle.<br /><br />The backpack itself is comfortable and the material seen to be a good quality, the same goes for the zipper and fabrication.<br /><br />The only down side is the color, or if you like the absence of it...<br /><br />Finally, it's a Lowepro and it has a warranty.
Pros: Adjustable Harness, Comfortable, Easily Accessible Equipment, Strong Construction
Excerpt: The backpack is very comfortable to carry, I tried even to run with it on my back, when front straps are on you don' t even feel you have it on. <br />It is very easy to remove contents just by turning it to the front and by unzipping opening. I think it can be done in 2 - 3 seconds. The only thing you have to remember lower front strap must be fastened, but there is no problem with it since it is more comfortable to wear when that strap is on.
Pros: Adjustable Harness, Cannot Be Opened From Rea, Comfortable, Easily Accessible Equipment, Strong Construction
Excerpt: The design is solid, secure, and comfortable. <br /><br />Storage space is great.<br /><br />Only four stars instead of five because once open, the inner edge of the zipper cover gets in the way of accessing the inside side areas. The bottom of the pack can be awkward to access as well as the zipper doesn't go all the way to the bottom.<br /><br />The waist strap is more like a mid section strap if you're on the taller side.
Excerpt: I used this bag during a trip to Safari in Africa , I found it comfortable backpack , it fit with Canon EOS 5D MIII attached with EF 70-200 mm F/2.8 L IS & EF 100-400 mm F/4.5-6.3 L IS , & some Accessaries , except the speed light , it attached with backpack .
Pros: Adjustable Harness, Comfortable, Strong Construction