Reviews and Problems with Lowepro Topload Zoom Mini
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Value for money 6
Ease of use 8
Picture quality 2
20 January 2010
Summary: I have purchased Lowpro camera bag before, but this one was a bit smaller and just about did not fit my camera. I have a Rebel 2000 with a short len. There is not enough room to fight the camera and extra film inside like the picture shows.
Summary: Fits my Canon Rebel XTI with kit lens perfectly, with room for strap and not too snug. Extra pocket is nice for charger. Not problems or defects so far. Had it for about a month. Doesn't feel cheaply made so, I anticipate with general use, it should last a while.
Summary: I have a NIkon D40 with the default lens. It just fits into the bag, lens down, and some maneuvering is required to get the camera strap in neatly so the bag can be zipped closed. The camera bag can either be carried by its handle or with an easy on-off shoulder strap.
Summary: With the standard 18-55mm (non-VR) kit lens + filter my Nikon D40 fits snugly inside. The construction is what you'd expect from LowePro, bulletproof and well-padded. With minor effort, the charger fits in the outer pocket. This case works well either over-the-shoulder or on a belt or backpack loop.
Summary: I've had this bag with my 300D when I bought it on eBay and it perfectly fits it with any of the following lenses : - Canon EF 50mm/1.8 (small!) - Sigma 18-125 (a little longer than the kit lens) - Sigma 30/1.4 EX (shot but wide with hood reversed) - Zeiss 135mm/3.5 Quality is good, it feels durable...
Pros: Очень удобная сумка для зеркалок с китовыми объективами или для любителей фиксов, легкая, компактная, есть карманы для аксессуаров. С покупкой более громоздкого объектива перешел на такую же, но чуть большего размера