Reviews and Problems with Lowepro Toploader Zoom 50 AW
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George Hayduke, B&H Photo
19 November 2014
Excerpt: This bag is the perfect size for my Canon 70D with a 15-85 and hood mounted forward, which is my go-to setup for on the mountain shooting, using it with the chest harness. The pocket is big enough for cards, batteries and a filter, and the rain fly is nice, although its designed so you're supposed to unhook the shoulder strap and loop it through, which doesn't make a lot of sense.
Excerpt: Useful for basic shoots. Has just enough room for your camera with lens attached. Side pocket has just enough space for maybe a charger or card reader but nothing else. Still, this works if you know exactly the lens you want and plan to return to your home base for post.
Excerpt: It fits my camera which is Nikon D5300 with 18-140mm Lens. Also it has a rain-cover to protect case from rain. There is a separative flat in bag so that you can carry your camera and lens attached or not.
Pros: Comfortable, Easily Accessible Equipment, Strong Construction
Excerpt: In need of a convenient, compact, reasonably lightweight, and readily accessible camera bag for my Pentax 645Z body and/or with one moderate-sized lens(35mm, 45-85mm, 75mm or 120 macro) attached, I looked at offerings from a number of manufacturers (thank you B&H for the many options), including Lowepro. The only one that "filled the bill" was the Lowepro Toploader Zoom 50 AWII.
Excerpt: This is a perfect bag if you are looking for a bag that can fit little above medium sized DSLR with medium telephoto lens ( example, Nikon D7100 with Nikon 18-140 mm lens or Canon 70D with 18-135 mm lens or a similar sized ones)and room for spare battery, memory , lens cloth/tissue ,remote and other small accessories.