Reviews and Problems with Lowepro Pro Runner 350 AW
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Great functional backpack
David N, B&H Photo
5 March 2016
Excerpt: The Mini Trekker AW has been my goto back for 7 years and starting to show some signs of wear and I started to shop for a replacement. I tried the CompuTrekker and found it too heavy, rigid and bulky because I am not a big person.
I have been using the CompuTrekker for about 18 months now.
Excerpt: Even though it's now discontinued, I thought I'd review this bag after owning it for 4 years. I use it mostly for weddings every weekend and for other various jobs. It's very well put together with excellent stitching and durable nylon that has stood the test of time with little to no fraying.
Excerpt: I absolutely love this backpack. It's a little heavy, but offers a tremendous amount of protection for my gear. It's a little bigger than I thought, but that is fine because I can fit more into it.
Excerpt: Wonderful storage for my camera equipment. Though it is larger than I was expecting. I travel a lot via airplane and I am concerned that it may be too bulky for overhead storage on regional jets. And I don't want to gate check my camera equipment.
Excerpt: For those who work with video both as camera operators and editors, this backpack will serve all your needs. There's a lot of room in it, you can change the compartments any way your desire and everything will be safe and sound, since this is a very strong backpack.
Excerpt: I bought this bag to carry my laptop and camera gear as checkin bag. I have a lowepro flipside 300. Thats my daily use bag. this is more like a long journey backpack for me, which I think it will serve the purpose.
Excerpt: I don't do a lot of traveling however for this occasion I needed a bag that will fit my 7D + 4 lenses + flash + diffuser + batterypacks/cables + 13' laptop and this bag did the job pretty well.
Excerpt: This bag is great. I fit a body with a 70-200 attached, a second body, a 16-35 lens, a 24-70 lens, a speedlight, and I have room for more. The pockets for extra gear push into the main space a little bit more than I expected. I carried the backpack around all day and my shoulders were fine.
Excerpt: Very versatile, lots of pockets and compartments, easy to customize to your camera kit. When fully loaded, this will be heavy. However the strong shoulder straps/chest and waist straps allow for a secure fit. Plus I can fit my 15.4" MacBook Pro in the laptop compartment with ease.