Reviews and Problems with Lowepro Photo Runner 100
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Compact and light
LMN, B&H Photo
4 weeks ago
Excerpt: This bag will work for a camera with a short lens and a couple of small lenses. The exterior pockets are not the bellows type and will not carry very much. Not a bad bag, but not a complete bag either.
Excerpt: I use this bag mainly for a Nikon D5300 DSLR with a Sigma 18-200 Macro attached plus a Sigma 10-20 and Nikon full frame fisheye. It has plenty of room for this outfit plus a few odds and ends. Access is easy. There's plenty of protection for the gear. It's well made yet light weight. I've had a lot of bags and this is the best I've had for this size outfit. I have no complaints.
Pros: Compact Design, Easy To Use, Great value, Highly Compatible, Lightweight, Professional Quality
Excerpt: For hiking and skiing and easy access, I really like this bag. It fits my d800 with 35-70 zoom on plus my 80-200 zoom, and the top zipper arc design allows quick access. Strap system is clean and holds the bag steady when I'm moving.
Excerpt: Using with Leica M and while backpacking. I actually wear this in front while backpacking. Able to quickly access camera. Plenty of room for Leica M + several leica lens or for body + 2 Nikon zoom lens.
Pros: Compact Design, Lightweight, Professional Quality
Excerpt: I carry a very small kit around (GF3 or GH2 with a lens attached plus one extra lens) and this works perfectly. I don't bring a lot with me, so I stuff the ample extra space with old clothes for extra padding. It's lightweight and comfortable and it works just fine for me. Only thing I would say is, if you're not using the fannypack straps, it's hard to fit them in the back pocket as snug as they were when it came. But, that's not the bag's fault.
Excerpt: If you like fanny packs, then this is the one to get. It's a great little bag for a small DSLR or Mirrorless camera. Don't expect to fit anything larger as this one's meant to be compact in size. This works great for my Sony NEX-7 though when I want to go hike with my camera and a tripod. The only drawback through is that there's no rain/weather-cover like most Lowepro gear. And because I use this more for hiking purposes, I had to give it only 3 stars.