Reviews and Problems with Lowepro Photo Sport 200 AW
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Great Little Daypack
Dre, B&H Photo
3 weeks ago
Excerpt: This is a great little day pack for hiking or just walking about with your camera. Side pouch and straps accommodate a tripod. The camera compartment holds a camera body with a lens attached and a flash. The main compartment is big enough to fit more camera gear or jacket.
Excerpt: Good for traveling, however, the backpack should be a bit wider to allow people to fit at least a 13" laptop into the water bladder compartment. There should be more zippered compartments on the inside to let people store small things. The camera compartment should also be a bit bigger.
Pros: Adjustable Harness, Comfortable, Strong Construction
Excerpt: I use this pack mostly for mountain biking with my DSLR but it's great for hiking, snowshoeing or most any other day trips. It is a little large for being on the bike but it does the job when I want something more than a cellphone for taking photos.
Pros: Adjustable Harness, Comfortable, Easily Accessible Equipment, Roomy, Strong Construction
Excerpt: I used it for a Trip to Big Bend with a 5D MKIII + 24-70 + 600EX-RT. Backpack made the trip very comfortable opposed to using a sling backpack that I normally use. I was able to carry all the camera gear + rain gear + hydration bladder + tripod for the whole trip, didn't feel from having it strapped...
Excerpt: At first I just wanted a bag that would not look like a typical camera bag, once I received it, it became the ultimate weekend get away bag/day trip bag. a nice solid compartment for externally holding your tripod, straps on the bottom which i usually like to carry my sleeping back or a large towel...
Pros: Adjustable Harness, Comfortable, Easily Accessible Equipment, Strong Construction
Excerpt: Lots of space, ability to carry tripod and many other things. The camera section only has two strips of velcro so you can't adjust for smaller cameras. I have a m4/3 camera and it has to much room to move around and I can't seem to find a good setup to keep it in place
Excerpt: This pack is everything I was hoping for, except it's just a tiny bit too small for my walk-around kit. Gripped DSLR is pretty much a no-go-- that's OK. Even a 6D +70-300L + Blackrapid (and a not-attached 17-40L) BARELY fits, in such a way that it takes a lot of time and care to perfectly pack the...