Reviews and Problems with Lowepro Pro Runner 200 AW
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Lowepro Pro Runner 200
Frank, B&H Photo
2 weeks ago
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: Fits my nikon d90 with battery pack/grip, 55-200 lens with cokin filter holder (you remember filters, right?). Loaded it with sb-600 flash, 2x tele, 18-50 lens, 90mm 2.8. Still have 4 compartments left for extra batteries, etc. with the movable panels positioned as the bag arrived.
Excerpt: I bought this pack when it came up as a "Deal of the Day." I'd been looking for a backpack to take on a recent trip to Alaska. So glad I purchased this one! It's not huge (I'm petite and didn't want to carry a ton of weight), but I was able to pack everything I needed: my D7100 with attached lens, a...
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.
Excerpt: Great smaller backpack for lighter travel with a camera and 2-3 lenses. It has plenty of optional space and works well for those lighter trips or hikes. Turned out to be a good alternative to my main camera bag.
Excerpt: This bag makes taking my DSLR extremely easy. It is thoughtfully laid out and has space for just about everything. It can hold the camera plus 2-3 lenses and still has room for plenty accessories. I recently wore it on a long hike and it was breathable and comfortable.