Reviews and Problems with Lowepro Toploader Pro 75 AW
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Thrilled with my purchase...
Brian, B&H Photo
2 January 2015
Excerpt: Fits my D600 with battery grip and 70-200mm and hood attached in storage orientation. Outstanding! The side pocket is large enough to fit my SB600 speedlight as well. Quick and easy access to insert and remove the camera. The rain guard is so cumbersome that you might as well wait for the rain to stop rather than trying to get it around the bag. Other than that, no complaints.
Excerpt: I've been carrying this bag daily for about two weeks now. It's become my go-to bag for when I don't need to carry excess equipment. I also have the 65 AW as well as a couple of older Lowepro bags. Construction is top notch as is usual for Lowepro.
Excerpt: Nice bag. I've always used Lowepro bags and mistakenly got the Toploader Zoom 55 AW for my 70-200 f2.8 lens. It was 1" too short. This Toploader Pro 75 AW is 1" longer and 2.5X the price. It has a lot more features that I don't think I'll use like a cross strap that pushes on my ribs and a mesh pen pocket. The front pocket is not as large as the cheaper bag. And the bag is heavier than the cheaper bag. Still, it is a fine bag. Just wish it were simpler and cheaper.
Excerpt: I wouldn't change anything about this case, everything about it is premium quality; design, materials and execution. It is a perfect fit for a full-frame camera with battery grip and the 70-200L attached. Just the right amount of storage for the small stuff, perfectly placed; one on the top lid, one of the side. You can easily open it and extract the camera with only one hand, which can be useful at times.
Pros: Adjustable Harness, Comfortable, Easily Accessible Equipment, Strong Construction
Excerpt: PROS: -- Quick top access -- Very durable nylon material at the base. I feel it would provide good protection if you accidental set the bag on a puddle. -- Strap doesn't get twisted up like cheaper bags. -- Holds Nikkor 55mm-300mm lens with hood attached. -- Outer pocket can be used with SB-700 -- Outer loop great for expansion -- Top pocket holds good number of small accessories -- Outer mesh useful for frequently accessed items and notepad CONS: -- I wish there was a...
Pros: Adjustable Harness, Comfortable, Easily Accessible Equipment, Roomy, Strong Construction