Reviews and Problems with Lowepro Photo Hatchback 16L AW
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It's orange not red !
James G, B&H Photo
29 May 2015
Excerpt: This is a pretty cool pack.I'm using it for my Olympus OMD. I wish I would have gotten the next size up. Plenty of room for my camera and accessories not much room for anything else. Also,, it's not red it's orange! Actually I like the color because it doesn't look like a camera bag.
Excerpt: It is a little compact, but once I sharpened up my packing skills I had no problem fitting the following at once: Nikon D5000 w/ 18-55mm lens attached, Nikon 50-200mm lens, camera sling, 5 in 1 reflected kit, Bolt VS-560N flash, filter kit, and all my cables and memory cards.
Excerpt: Lightweight, decent backpack for the price. Fits my 50D and an extra lens. I like that the camera part of the backpack is removable so I can use it as a regular backpack in a pinch. I wish it didn't say Lowepro in giant letters, but I'll live with it.
Excerpt: I've used this pack a few times and can say it's decent for short hikes where not a lot of gear is needed. It's not the most rugged pack yet it seems well built. Adequate padding for normal light use, and the rain fly seems to be pretty durable. Pack is lightweight and comfortable and well made.
Pros: Lightweight, Well built, Worth The Price
Cons: No Tripod Carry Straps, Side Pockets Are Narrow
Excerpt: I use it for my 70d with 24-105 lens and I can't add any other big lens to the main camera compartment. BUT the quality of the bag is very high! it's really comfortable and easy to carry around and that is exactly what I wanted.
Excerpt: The product is not big enough for a serious DSLR, but it's perfect for smaller cameras. The padded camera compartment is enclosed in a removable bag, which is handy. There two compartments in the bag, top and bottom, the camera bag can be placed into either (but the dedicated one is the bottom one).
Excerpt: I've been using this for when I go cycling because I often like to stop to take some pictures along the way. The rear camera compartment comfortably holds my Sony NEX with a telephoto lens, Macro lens, kit lens, mini-tripod(one on each side of the bag), and I still have another spot for another lens...
Pros: Camera Separated From Bag, Padded Contact Points, Separated Compartments, Ventilated Contact Points, Well Thought Out
Excerpt: I'll be using the backpack for hiking to securely store my camera when not in use. It's also great for a trip into Chicago.I like the size and it fits my frame well. I like the ability to store camera gear as well as other items that may be needed for a hike.It would have been good to have the...