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Lowepro Nova 2 AW
9.6 out of 10

Lowepro Nova 2 AW

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Lowepro Nova 2 AW review by tachyon1701

tachyon1701, slrgear.com
14 July 2008
  • Summary: I use this bag with my Pentax K200D with an attached Sigma 24-60mm f/2.8 standard zoom (which has a big 77mm filter size). I also fit a Pentax 75-300mm FAJ telephoto zoom and a Pentax 10-17mm DA fisheye. Everything fits snuggly but comfortably.
  • Pros: Build quality, attention to detail, toughness
  • Cons: Styling (blah, like most camera bags), plastic shoulder belt hooks
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Overall 10
10

Perfect size Nikon D40X 18-55 lens

KEVIN J., Newegg
23 October 2007
  • Summary: Sweet
  • Pros: Just the right size to protect my new Nikon D40X with 18-55mm lens attached and a battery grip extender. Lots of nice pockets
  • Cons: none yet
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Lowepro Nova 2 AW review by amk

amk, slrgear.com
12 January 2007
  • Summary: I agree with the previous post. I was, however, able to fit one lens in addition to the body and lens attached. I sent this back after only a few days of use.
  • Pros: Pretty inexpensive
  • Cons: Doesn't hold as much as they say it does
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Lowepro Nova 2 AW review by crmorse

crmorse, slrgear.com
4 January 2007
  • Summary: I had this bag only briefly. Don't believe the marketing materials about it's capacity. I found that I could not fit anything else in the bag with my Canon Digital Rebel with 18-55mm kit lens. It's really an either/or situation. One camera with attached lens or body plus 2 lenses. Not both.
  • Pros: Small, Lowepro quality
  • Cons: Too small
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Lowepro Nova 2 AW review by KonicaKid

KonicaKid, slrgear.com
26 December 2006
  • Summary: I have the original Nova 2 bag, purchased 3 years ago, before the AW model was available. I found it ideal for carrying my Olympus 740UZ (large point and shoot), plus table top tripod, cables, blower brush, batteries, memory cards and a small version of the manual.
  • Pros: Good construction, lots of pockets, nicely padded.
  • Cons: Inconvenient for cycling.
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Lowepro Nova 2 AW review by aalto

aalto, slrgear.com
21 December 2006
  • Summary: This is the first bag I ever bought, and ive tried a lot of bags since. And ive sold all of them, but this one is still with me, and in regular use. Theres always a time when your bag is either too small or too big. Well heres the answer for half of the cases.
  • Pros: Good size, both inside and out, extremely well designed, AWC
  • Cons: Unremovable padding, no slip-lock
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Lowepro Nova 2 AW review by xavier

xavier, slrgear.com
24 November 2006
  • Summary: I bought this bag in order to carry my equipment during trips, hikes and trekkings. I usually carry in this bag my Canon 10D + 17-40 (with hood on), plus some accessories, like a tabletop tripod,, a 77mm circular polarizing filter and a flash in the main compartment, while the front pocket holds a...
  • Pros: very good storage, All-Weather protection, not too bulky.
  • Cons: a little inconvenient to carry together with a backpack.
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Lowepro Nova 2 AW review by OldRedFox

OldRedFox, slrgear.com
20 November 2006
  • Summary: Well built with good protection. Easy to re-arrange the loading section. Perfect size for family trips with one/two lenses and a flash.
  • Pros: Carries a D50, 18-70, SB600 and a guidebook
  • Cons: Not a sling
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Overall 10
10

User Review

Adam B., Newegg
15 November 2006
  • Pros: Nice sturdy bag with good padding and plenty of accessory space. Fits a D70s with standard kit lens well with room to spare for the battery charger. Waterproof cover is easy to deploy and provides good protection even when hanging from the shoulder straps.
  • Cons: No swivels on the shoulder straps.
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Lowepro Nova 2 AW review by maxx

maxx, slrgear.com
24 April 2006
  • Summary: I use this bag for my D70s along with a mounted 24-120mm lens, a 70-300mm lens, a 50mm lens and a flash. It'a a great bag for when you don't want to lug a lot of gear, but need a few lenses and a flash. It's water resistant as well.
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  • Cons: I use this bag for my D70s along with a mounted 24-120mm lens, a 70-300mm lens, a 50mm lens and a flash. It'a a great bag for when you don't want to lug a lot of gear, but need a few lenses and a flash. It's water resistant as well.
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