Reviews and Problems with Lowepro Toploader Zoom 50 AW
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this is a great bag to use everyday
Becky, B&H Photo
3 weeks ago
Excerpt: I did not want to take my big camera bag on a trip ,I was looking for a smaller size and this bag fit the bill. I went to a local camera store to look at it first, then I ordered it from B & H. It is just a perfect size to put into my backpack.
Pros: Cost, Easily Accessible Equipment, Size, Strong Construction
Excerpt: Ever since my partner gave me the Computrekker AW I have been sold on Lowepro stuff. It ia all well designed and thought out, and the quality is top drawer all the way.<br /><br />I use the toploader as a daily carry around for my camera, and to keep extra memory cards and filters. I can even stick an extra lens in it for quick hikes away from the main kit bag.
Pros: Easily Accessible Equipment, Roomy, Strong Construction, The Best
Excerpt: Works great for my Nikon Df, also great (a little roomy, though) for my Nikon D40X. There is enough room for a camera with a long lens, and the top is wide enough to be able to grab a camera out quickly without anything getting stuck or tangled. The bag stays upright even with a camera that is weighted towards the top of the bag. Overall, the bag wears comfortably and I can take a camera out safely and smoothly.
Pros: Adjustable Harness, Comfortable, Roomy, Strong Construction
Excerpt: Just about right for Canon 70D with Sigma 17-50mm.<br />Pocket is good for charger, extra battery and card reader.<br />Rain cover gives good protection against snow and rain.<br />Overall great product.
Excerpt: Good quality construction and generally good design, as we expect from Lowepro. I got this along with a Canon SL1. That camera fits in there nicely with a normal lens. I haven't really used it much, but if all you need is a bag for a small SLR and normal lens, this is likely a very good choice. It might be too small, but everyone has a different set of requirements.
Excerpt: I use this to carry my Canon with a 28-135mm zoom lens. The camera fits comfortably in the bag with it's strap. There's plentty of room in the front pocket for all the miscellaneous stuff (spare battery, charger, remote, lens cover, filter) and the slot in the top for a spare memory card is really nice.
Pros: Comfortable, Easily Accessible Equipment, Roomy, Strong Construction
Excerpt: Good fit for 60D with moderate zoom (17-85) or tight fit with 5D with 24-105 zoom. Good protection with adequate padding. Easy to open. Only complaint is reversed lens hood snags on velcro attachment strip for middle divider when pulling camera out. This divider isn't used with these lenses. May try to modify or remove it.
Excerpt: The camera bag is of good quality. I bought it for a small bag for my D800E. The bag is too small. I gave it to my daughter whom I give all my older photography equipment too. She likes it and uses it with her DX cameras.