Reviews and Problems with Lowepro Photo Hatchback 22L AW
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Space is limited, but great backpack.
Chad, B&H Photo
24 March 2014
Excerpt: It's not the most spacious backpack I've ever used, but it has enough space for everything I need. I typically only use two lens per shoot, so it gets the job done for me. It's not completely water-proof, but knowing that my gear is well insulated makes me feel a little bit better. Overall, a great pack if you use just a little gear.
Pros: Attractive Design, Comfortable, Durable, Great Features, Lightweight
Excerpt: Pro. <br />Good size camera bag for traveling with DSLR (with full frame body D 800 size and 24-70 plus a flash) or daily use without camera compartment. <br />Light weight. <br />Nice look. (Just a bit alike college students style )<br /><br />Cons.<br />The padding holds the body temperature(hot). I think its just like regular foam. Can't do any hiking or travel with it in summer time.<br />Not able to carry 70-200 in camera compartment.
Excerpt: The bag serves its purpose. I am able to fit a camera body with zoom lens attached, as well as 3-4 lenses in the other compartments. There's plenty of room in the other zipper comparments for batteries, flashes, etc so that is a relief. My only complaint is that the largest section is just a bit too small to fit a laptop in which would have made me give this a 5 star rating. Also the color is just awesome in my opinion.
Excerpt: Elements de bonne qualité<br />Très fonctionnel<br />Le logement pour les affaires personnelles est convenable<br />L'appareil est bien maintenu<br />La couleur grise est sobre, le rouge est flashy<br />Excellent rapport qualité-prix
Excerpt: OK I have lots of bags and do I need any more? well it turn out I do. After switching to mirror less I needed something smaller. This bag or pack is very light and comfortable. It holds my whole kit in the bottom and the top I can use for personal stuff. Perfect for a day in town or outdoors. It lives by the door and I grab it on the way out. Pros. Very light, holds mirror less kit, comfortable, doesn't look like a camera bag. Cons, too small for a professional setup..
Excerpt: The hatchback 22L is a great light weight backpack for a day trip, hike, or a trip where you don't need to lug around a lot of photo equipment. The camera compartment has enough room for my Nikon D700 with the 28 to 300 zoom attached, 85mm prime lens, and my SB800 flash. The upper compartment can hold various essentials and it has a front pocket for a tablet or iPad. I love that the camera box is removable which turns the pack into a daypack.
Pros: Adjustable Harness, Comfortable, Strong Construction