Reviews and Problems with Lowepro Photo Hatchback 16L AW
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Great backpack for day trips
Bridgette, B&H Photo
1 week ago
Excerpt: I got this backpack for day trips and light day hikes. It has a lot of room, I can place water bottles on the side, my iPad in the front and some light items in the top. I try not to carry more than I need to and so the camera compartment suits me just fine by holding my D5300 along with another...
Excerpt: Practical lightwight backpack. I didn't know whether to go for this or the bigger version. The smaller is fine for me. It fits my Sony a57 with a lens mounted and two additional lenses. However it is a squeeze.
Excerpt: Typical Lowepro construction...camera box which only opens on the body side of the bag is brilliant...
Room for extra lenses, batteries, filters, etc. without using your pants or jacket pockets. Room for snacks, etc. in the upper compartment.
Excerpt: Great construction, good fit, incredibly light. The backpack houses a 2, maybe 3 lenses and a body pretty well and leaves space for all of your other items. I've taken this pack street shooting and hiking and it's been great.
Excerpt: Lowepro Products are great but B&H has the best price that I could find anywhere and it shipped within a day.
I use this for day hikes, or really any trip, I also have the single strap bag as well which gives me a little flexibility. Its perfect for a short shoot or going out for the day..
Excerpt: I bought this to use with my Canon 70D with the 18-55mm kit lens. In the padded compartment I can fit the 70D, a 28mm lens, and a 70-210mm lens. I use the pockets in the upper section to hold things like the charger, filter, and cleaning supplies.
Excerpt: My fiance and I were looking for a camera backpack that is small enough for our weekend hikes. We are extremely happy with the 16L AW Lowepro backpack. It is the perfect size for travelling with your camera and very comfortable to wear.