Reviews and Problems with Lowepro Transit Backpack 350 AW
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An ideal package!
Graphicai, B&H Photo
2 weeks ago
Excerpt: I wanted a camera backpack that would fit under a plane seat, yet spacious enough to carry all my gear (well, most of it) and not be a strain on my back. I narrowed the selection down to this model. The specs suggest that this bag will fit a camera body and 2 to 3 lenses. Well, I guess I got this bag to over perform: I have in this bag a Nikon body and no less than 6 lenses: 50mm, 40mm Micro, 18~105mm, 10~24mm, 70~300mm and a 200~500mm lens!
Excerpt: I was looking for a traveller photo gears backpack and I found this one. Very well design and convenient for traveller. If you do outdoor photography, This bag is great. I dont have to carry the camera on a strap anymore. The camera can easily be taken out from the side pocket. it fits perfectly my canon 5d MIII with 2 lens and flash. you can arrange compartments inside. you can hang your tripod outside. And you can fit a 15icnh macbook pro!!
Pros: Attractive Design, Comfortable, Durable, Great Features, Lightweight, Roomy
Excerpt: Great Backpack. You can carry 15inch macbook pro and and 2-3 lenses with your camera. In addition you can also carry other accessories and chargers/adapters etc. Very light weight even with the stuff loaded.
Pros: Attractive Design, Comfortable, Great Features, Lightweight, Roomy
Excerpt: Very sturdy and light. Fits well against the back and has strong straps. There are enough compartments that can be customized in the ICU like camera storage segment. Rain cover and tripod holder straps on the sides are a plus. The highlight of course being the zipper opening on the side to just pull out or stow back the camera in its place. It is super convenient when I want to quickly pop out my camera to use it.
Excerpt: This is my everyday backpack. It carries all of my camera gear, plus a few personal items.It holds my...Canon EOS 70D with EF-S 17mm-55mm IS USM 2.8 attachedCanon 430-EX II SpeedliteCanon EF-S 55-250mm lensManfrotto MKC3-H01 Tripod2 lens hoodsAll original instruction manuals and cablesBattery chargerCanon RC-6 shutter remoteLenspenZune HD and charge cableBeats Studio 2.0 headphonesSamsung GamepadSamsung battery charger (Galaxy Note II)Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 and...
Excerpt: I purchased this as a primary carrier for my camera and laptop, along with accessories. It is extremely comfortable and feels secure on my back. I've used it on a month long tour of the country so far and for the most part it's great! Only downside is the construction for the top half of the pack seems to cave in, so there could be some more support there. Otherwise fantastic!
Excerpt: I use this whenever I plan on walking around and need most of my gear. It holds quite a bit and the quick access side pocket is good. I have a nikon d610, 50 f/1.4, nikon 14-24 2.8, gorillapod tripod, shutter release, mac book pro retina 15", and other small accessories with space to spare. I also use the tripod strap on the side when I take it.