Reviews and Problems with Lowepro Pro Runner 200 AW
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Great for everyday carrier of photography gear... but!
Oren, B&H Photo
16 March 2016
Excerpt: The bag is great if all you need to take is a camera + flash + 2-3 lenses (depending on their sizes). I have my D7200, SB600 flash, 17-55, 70-200, 60 macro and 10.5 fisheye inside).
It also has room for some filters and extra battery and cards, but that's just about it.
Great backpack + price, but too small for Nikon D7100 / D610
stefano g, B&H Photo
8 December 2015
Excerpt: I have a similar backpack from Tamrac. The Lowepro has better, wider, more comfortable straps, it looks nicer, it has a sternum strap, a raincover.
Color looks good. It is just too small for my Nikon DSLR.
Excerpt: I've found most backpacks are 5 inches deep or more, so that I can pack my smaller SLR's left-side down and make it easier to grab them and pull them out and to make better use of interior space. I generally get 2 cameras into a one camera bag, along with the usual complement of lenses.
Excerpt: This product is very well-made. I think Lowepro products are exceptional. However, if the 200 AW was just SLIGHTLY larger, it'd be able to accommodate a D300 with attached 70-200 and ATTACHED battery grip.
Excerpt: I have a Nikon D5500 with 18-55 lens and 55-300 lens. The camera and standard lens fit nicely in the cradle. The zoom lens fits perfectly in one of the two lens pockets. there is room for additional items charger, batteries with room to spare.
Excerpt: I read many great reviews regarding this backpack and will say I agree. Only a couple of things that I have a small concern with. With all my gear it is really crowded, Nikon D70 with charger, 18-70mm lens, 55-200mm lens, 70-300mm lens, SB600 flash and misc. items.