Reviews and Problems with Lowepro Toploader Pro 75 AW
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bobby, B&H Photo
4 weeks ago
Excerpt: i use this for a 5d3/70-200 2.8 combo. unfortunately, said gear was inside case when it rolled and tumbled into a canyon in the escalante, ut area. fortunately, a strap caught on a branch 75 feet down instead of 600 feet down. i was able to scramble down and retrieve the toploader. both the camera and lens were absolutely fine. immediately worth every cent. thanks, lowepro.
Excerpt: This is a great bag when you want to carry just a camera and a few small accessories like memory cards, filters, or batteries. It can be carried on either shoulder although it is designed to be carried on the right shoulder with the bag on your left hip. My Nikon D90 with battery grip fits just right. The AW raincoat does take some time to figure out.
Excerpt: This it the 3rd Top Loader I own. I really like the setup as it works great for me. The pull out rain cover is usefull when caught in a downpour. Flexible interior to accomodate a variety of lenses/setups from big to small. Great protection as well.
Excerpt: I bought the Lowepro Toploader Pro 75 AW II holster bag for my Canon 5D Mark III with the Canon battery grip attached along with the very large-sized canon 70-200 f2.8 IS II zoom lens. That combination fit in the Pro 75 AW II bag. Thank God I bought it because while waiting in a hotel lobby the case fell off a chair and hit the floor. I was very much concerned but the camera bag saved the day. No equipment issue what so ever-total protection-love it.
Excerpt: I used the pack to carry my 7D and 70-200mm lens with me skiing. It fit comfortably and snugly to my chest. I was able to ride lifts and ski without it getting in my way. The easy access lid allowed me to retrieve my camera quickly to catch action photos on the slopes. This is my 2nd Lowepro purchase (the other was a back pack) and I have been very happy with both.
Excerpt: I use the Toploader Pro 75 AW II with my Canon 60D with the grip and 70-200 lens. It fits fine and feels secure. The storage pockets are a bonus. The rain cover is about useless as far as I'm concerned. I fiddled with it for about 15 minutes and finally got it on and don't see that it would be any easier the next time.
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.