Reviews and Problems with Lowepro Photo Hatchback 22L AW
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A great mix use pack
LowSkyOrbit, B&H Photo
1 week ago
Excerpt: My favorite part about this bag is that is usable for more than carrying camera gear. Security is a big deal to me and this bag was well thought out with that in mind. The camera section is only accessible from the rear of the pack, the main compartment doesn't unzip the whole pack so gear can't fall out and the laptop compartment is tight-fitting making it harder to pull gear without someone not noticing.
Excerpt: I purchased the smaller version of this backpack, the 16L, and have used it on the trail countless times. It is very functional, and has held up extremely well, which I'm not surprised considering it's made by Lowepro. In fact, I liked the smaller version so much that I decided to upgrade to the larger version for those times when I need a little extra space for extra gear.
Pros: Comfortable Strap, Compact, Durable, Good Protection, Lightweight
Excerpt: This is a great pack! I really like the fact that it it fairly small. I would like it if my MacBook Pro would fit in the front pocket but that is about the only major drawback I have encountered yet.
Excerpt: Good convertible bag for both photography and / or day hiking. Only negative was stitching on handle was not finished and needed to be restitched after a few days. This has been commented on by other reviews on the web as well.
Pros: Attractive Design, Comfortable, Durable, Great Features, Lightweight, Roomy
Excerpt: I was looking for an option with camera bag/good storage. it just fits my 60D with 24-70 lens attached, tight but fits. my 70-300 lens fits in next to it. not a lot more room in the camera section. but plenty of room on top which is what i was going after. this will be a good bag for me for getting from point A to point B, but I tend to carry smaller when walking around. at least until i get another lens.......
Excerpt: I bought this bad to take on family vacations, as my large backpack is too much to handle for traveling. Here are my thoughts... I like to carry a lot of gear. This bag let me carry everything I needed to not only capture family moments, but also to capture some high-quality travel pics as well. It held a 7D with a 17-50 2.8 zoom attached, a 580exII flash, charger, extra battery, card wallet, and gopro in the camera section.
Excerpt: Purchased for hiking with camera gear and personal items (water, food and extra clothes). The camera section is tight. I carry Canon 50D w/18-200 (very tight), extra lens, filters, batteries, etc. There are side pockets for two water bottle and plenty of room for a light jacket and food for the day. It is comfortable and carries the weight well. It works well for scrambling over rough terrain. Serious short coming is poor air circulation against back.
Excerpt: You can travel safe with your camera in your back and don't be scared to be robbed. In the other compartment I have enough place to put my raincoat, a cardigan, my sunglasses, keys and my 2l water bottle!! With all the padding it is very comfortable.