Reviews and Problems with Lowepro Pro Runner 200 AW
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Best bang for your buck
The Enthusiast, B&H Photo
6 days ago
Excerpt: I purchased this bag (from B&H) for my new canon 70D and o'boy, its the perfect match !! I wanted a bag in which i dont have to detach camera lens each time I put it in the bag, and Pro Runner 200 AW Backpack by Lowepro was the best choice in all aspects. It has much better quality than that of canon's similar looking bag for $ extra. The color is pretty nice too as i wanted something other than plain black.
Pros: Attractive Design, Comfortable, Great Features, Lightweight, Roomy
Excerpt: Nice, well-built, smaller size for day outings allowing everything to fit well. The only thing I would change is the way a tripod attaches to the bag. The drop down pouch at the bottom of the front of the pack (into which the tripod's feet are inserted) makes it impossible for the pack to stand up with a tripod strapped on it. Otherwise, it's very nice and functional.
Excerpt: I use this backpack to carry my various lenses and camera equipment. It has ample space for my gear and is incredibly sturdy for the price. It certainly helps with mobility and I can't even see any flaw about the backpack for those interested in buying a camera backpack for this price
Excerpt: I'm able (*just*) to stuff my D300, 18-200, 11-22, strobe, filters and extra batteries in the body of this bag. The competitive mid-size bags are just enough smaller to be ususable as my "traveling in a city" bag. I don't need anything else for this purpose, and I hate to carry a bigger bag. Too bad that a bag this size cannot accommodate a belly strap.