Reviews and Problems with Lowepro Rover Pro 35L AW
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Great backpack for the photographer
Matt the Backpacker, B&H Photo
11 August 2014
Excerpt: I bought this backpack for my girlfriend before our trip out to the Tetons. We go backpacking 3 or 4 times a year. I didn't want to get her anything super expensive, but still wanted her to have a nice backpack that got the job done. She normally brings her DSLR camera along our hikes by carrying her normal camera bag like a purse around her shoulders. I thought it was time for an upgrade. The best things about this pack are a.
Pros: Accessible, Comfortable, High Quality Material, Waterproof
Excerpt: I am fairly a newbie in the photography realm. And after using a very well made lowepro sling. I had to step my game up for an upcoming family vacation. Since I need to carry a tripod and other lenses. Switching to a large camera bag that would be suffice in carrying additional personal items only makes sense. The rover have proven to be the Lexus of camera bags.
Excerpt: The actual camera compartment, which is a separate removable bag, is not big enough to pack a pro body with 2 lenses (24-70 f2.8 and 70-200f2.8). This is a nice back pack with good suspension system and lots of room for personal gear but the needs for camera gear was an afterthought and not very accommodating. A big disappointment I had to return.