Reviews and Problems with Lowepro Photo Sport 200 AW
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Too Large for Small Body Frame
Aurora RIO, B&H Photo
23 October 2014
Excerpt: It's a nice daypack for a man or someone with a large torso. For me, being only 5'3", this bag is way too long. It is uncomfortable to hike with, especially loaded down with everything needed for an all-day shoot in the forest. I'm going to let my husband decide if he wants this one and find one a little shorter. 5 stars for having a compartment for everything, as well as for make and materials! If it fits you, you'll be quite happy with it!
Pros: Adjustable Harness, Easily Accessible Equipment, Roomy, Strong Construction
Excerpt: Been using this beauty for over a year and can't say enough good things about it. Climbed Tenaya Peak in Yosemite, bike 2 weeks through Croatia, 22 mile hike to Lake O'hara in the Canadian Rockies, it does it all with style and grace. Protects my D800 w/24-70 2.8 and 16mm fisheye, plenty of room for water, food, jacket, and small tripod on the side. Rain cover does the job when needed. Planning to buy a 2nd incase my original ever dies from overuse!!
Pros: Adjustable Harness, Attractive, Comfortable, Easily Accessible Equipment, Well designed
Excerpt: A great daypack for the adventure photographer, the Photo Sport is light and comfortably carries everything the enthusiast needs for a day outdoor, plus a top loading upper compartment for personal items like a jacket, energy bars, sun glasses, etc. One feature I would've like is be able to remove the padded camera box and covert it into a fully functional daypack.
Excerpt: I bought the Photo Sport 200 AW Backpack primarily to haul my Nikon D3 with a lens mounted and an extra lens safely and with hassle free access for quick shots while hiking around London. It worked perfectly! I even had to use the rain cover many times it too was quick and easy to access and kept my gear dry. The pack was very comfortable balanced with not chaffing on my shoulders hips or back.
Pros: Adjustable Harness, Comfortable, Easily Accessible Equipment, Strong Construction
Excerpt: We had been looking for a camera bag that gave quick access to a camera and lenses but also contained an area for a water bladder and snacks/extra clothing layer. This backpack fit the bill. We spent sometime this past week in Rocky Mountain NP. We did 3 hikes ranging from 9-11 miles. The pack was very comfortable and was able to fit a 2 liter bladder, snacks, raincoat, and 2 small tripods.
Excerpt: I had 4 different kinds of backpack and was looking for a mid size backpack that has a small camera compartment with room for other things. My D7000 fits perfectly with 18-200 and a spare lena. I can also fit a tripod in and still there is room for other stuffs like a book and a spare t shirts etc. The padding on the back and waist strip makes it lighter on the shoulder.