Reviews and Problems with Lowepro Toploader Zoom 55 AW
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Excellent day bag for walks/hikes
JA, B&H Photo
2 January 2016
Excerpt: I put my Canon 7D mark II with 70-200 f2.8 attached in the bag with hood reversed. Sometimes I walk with a 70-300 IS on the body with the hood extended. I then attach a slip lock lens case on the side that holds a 18-135 IS or the 70-300 IS.
Excerpt: I use this when I go backpacking -- it straps onto the outside of my backpack very nicely, so I have my camera nearby at all times. It's lightweight, so doesn't add to much to my pack, which is generally around 40 lbs already.
Excerpt: This bag easily accommodates my D800E with 70-200mm lens attached, which was the reason for purchasing this bag. The camera can be easily removed from the bag and ready to shoot without needing to attach the lens. Only drawback is the shoulder strap is very flimsy offering no support.
Excerpt: Holds my Canon 70D with 17-55 attached lens ( hood backwards). Plus additional space for 18-135 lens, external flash, two batteries and a few filters. Taking it to vacation in France instead of my Lowepro mini backpack, because of the space constraints.
Excerpt: I became tired of having to reach back to pull my camera out to shoot. So was looking for a compact front load case. Lowepro's Toploader Zoom 55 AW II fits the bill perfectly! It is light and fits my travel setup of a Nikon D200 with a AF-S Nikkor 24-70 2.8 zoom (w/hood).
Excerpt: This toploader was a perfect fit for an DSLR and long lens,,80-400. But after 1/2 mile it started to put strain on my lower back.I bought a harness to use with it but that didnt help..i finally used it as a sling bag.
Summary: "Good size. Prefer red to black color, but black is OK. The velcro spacer inside main compartment should be adjustable to higher position for more versatility. Outside pocket is quite large. Rain protective cover is great and very lightweight. Attachment/carrying strap options are very good."
Summary: This lowepro top loader in blue is really well made. It holds a Pentax k500 with a 55-300 lens attached very snug if you take the Velcro partition out you can fit a 18-55 lens in the bottom then just put the Velcro partition on top of the lense for protection.