Reviews and Problems with Lowepro Toploader Pro 75 AW
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fishysam, B&H Photo
3 weeks ago
Excerpt: Just purchased and haven't used outside of the house yet. But it appears to be exactly what it is online. It's big, but that's the point. It holds a full frame DSLR (Nikon D700) with grip and 70-200. The body fits pretty snug around the opening, making it a little hard to get your hand around the grip. But the side cut out helps. Seems durable and dependable.
Excerpt: this bag keeps the camera very secure and against your side so it does not flop when moving. The only limitation is that the bag does note leave much space for anything but the camera. No second lens of any significant size or flash will fit in the bag along with my D800 and Lens.
Pros: Comfortable, Easily Accessible Equipment, Strong Construction
Excerpt: I have a Nikon D300s with the newer 80-400 lens on it. I wanted a case I could depend on to protect both lens and camera when I go to High School athletic events. This bag does just that and I could not ask for anything more.
Pros: Comfortable, Easily Accessible Equipment, Roomy, Strong Construction
Excerpt: great for walking around and hiking(with optional harness). Nicely constructed, has a heavy duty feel. Nicely padded.<br />It was tough to choose between the 70AW and the 75AW. Basically the same bag but the 75AW is longer. <br />75AW is bit large(lengthwise). Not really a problem especially if you are sporting a long lens. If your using a shorter lens seem too big. Would be nice if Lowepro just made the 70AW as an extendable bag.
Pros: Adjustable Harness, Comfortable, Roomy, Strong Construction
Excerpt: This bag has everything I need and more. First the zippered lid hinges to the side, so when wearing it with a harness, the top is out of the way, giving great access to the camera. The lid also has a separate compartment with small Velcro pouches for memory cards which is very handy as well. Everything about the sturdy construction and heavy hardware is as expected with LowePro. I have several bags and none have ever disappointed.
Pros: Easily Accessible Equipment, Roomy, Side Hinge Lid, Strong Construction
Excerpt: This bag fits my canon 5d3 with attached 24-105 lens and leaves enough room to also store a small lens in the bottom compartment. The included shoulder strap system is great and allows you to snugly hold the bag against your side while hiking.
Excerpt: This toploader is just the ticket for my Nikon D7000 with the 70-300mm VR lens. With the attached chest harness, the pack provides easy access, outstanding protection and room for small attachments. It's perfect for hiking, even in bad weather, with your camera always ready to shoot birds or other wildlife. I also like that it has a rain cover.
Pros: Adjustable Harness, Comfortable, Easily Accessible Equipment, Strong Construction
Excerpt: This is a great holster-style camera bag for the times you just want your DSLR and a 70-200 f2.8 lens with reversed hood attached. The construction is very durable with stiff protective padding. It has better padding than other similar cases I examined. It will also double as a bag carrying two shorter lenses, e.g., 24-70 f2.8 and fisheye or similar because it has a padded separator for placing one lens in the bottom and camera with lens attached in the top.
Pros: Adjustable Harness, Easily Accessible Equipment, Strong Construction