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Lowepro - All-Weather Shoulder Bag - Black

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You're out on a photo shoot with your very expensive SLR camera when it begins to pour like it's a monsoon; are you sure your camera bag will hold up? Be sure with this all-weather camera bag from Lowepro that protects your camera from harsh elements.
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Best Buy Customer Reviews

5
Great bag for a DSLR Posted by: from: Chicago, IL on I bought this bag shortly after getting a Nikon D40 a few months ago and it's a great bag. First, it's decently roomy - there's enough space for my D40 with kit lens, small external flash (Nikon SB400), zoom lens (Nikkor 55-200 VR), and my small-sized prime lens (Nikkor 50mm f/1.8). Yes, all of that fits inside, with room for a wallet, cell phone, and keys in the outside pocket. Also, there are handy little slots for SD cards, extra flash batteries, etc. Or alternately, you can fit your DSLR and a small camcorder in this bag. The interior comes with 2 adjustable padded dividers that velcro to the inside of the bag and make organizing your gear easy. The bag is well padded for protection and retains its shape, so it stands up on the ground. And even with the ample interior room, the bag doesn't feel too big or clunky when slung across your shoulder. The strap is also padded and is adjustable, which makes it comfortable to carry even when fully loaded. Lastly, this bag has a nice clean look to it. (Make sure you double check the dimensions of your equipment to make sure it fits inside. Also, if you buy this in store, make sure they give you the online price if it's lower).

7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

5
Minimalist gadget bag Posted by: from: California on Excellent gadget bag if all you're going to carry is an SLR with a short to medium zoom lens attached and maybe another lens or flash or water bottle (pick ONE). Comes with two removable dividers which makes customizing very easy. The outer flap is just a cover or rain fly over the accessory pouch which will hold batteries, cards, remote release, lens tissue, pen and paper, granola bar, whatever. Don't plan on stowing a lunch or wind breaker anywhere. It comes with an over the shoulder sling but no belt for the belt loops. Heavy duty utility belts are available online at very reasonable prices. Cannot strap on a monopod or tripod. Having said all that, it's better then the tapered style hip holster since it will hold more. It won't hold a camera with a 'long telephoto or big zoom' lens, it's not deep enough. The top opens away from the body when worn on the waist which makes it very easy to get to the camera, even easier then a sling bag. It has a built in lens cloth which doubles as a LCD protector and also has a built in rain cover tho' the bag is pretty water resistant as is. This is your basic well built minimalist no frills gadget bag for those times when you need to travel light and stay protected.

8 out of 8 found this review helpful.

3
An odd bag, but it works Posted by: from: Rochester, mn on It's bag that is intended to hold a camera, and possibly lenses and other camera related items. For this purpose, the bag is absolutely sufficient. Though it is not in the picture, there is a shoulder strap that goes along with it that increases the utility value of the bag. Indeed, you have a choice in how to transport your bag. Either carry the bag with the ultra sexy handle located on the top, or go hands-free and throw the strap over your shoulder. They claim its "All-Weather", but I am unable to confirm.. I have only been able to test it in a raging Minnesota blizzard, and it carried the camera just fine through the storm. Later in the year I hope to try tornado and perhaps hurricane in late summer.

9 out of 9 found this review helpful.

1
Too small for SLR camera Posted by: from: Kalamazoo, MI on I purchased this bag as part of a package deal with the Nikon D3100. The package came with the D3100 camera body and 2 lenses. This bag was so small that the camera body would not fit in it with the lenses unless I stacked it up and/or removed the lense from the body. I just didn't like the tall skinny setup because I would have to take everything out to get to the stuff on the bottom. Ultimately, I returned this bag to the store and purchased one that was short and fat.

16 out of 19 found this review helpful.

3
Awkward Product Posted by: from: Las Vegas, NV on Hard to store camera with separate pieces like 2 lens with caps. Needs a small "slot" for the memeory card(s)

8 out of 8 found this review helpful.

5
Great -- Especially when I got it for free from BB Posted by: from: Middle America--The Plains on I got this as part of a free package deal from Bestbuy, when I purchased my wife a Nikon D3100 DSLR. This bag readily retails for $52. This is her first and last DSLR. So, the bag is perfectly suited for a first-time DSLR owner who has no aspirations to delve deeper into the hobby. It holds her 2 kit lenses and has room for her battery charger, lens hood, extra SD cards and some. I have 3 Lowepro bags for my photography equipment, so I'm very familiar with their products. They make great bags and are hard to beat.

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

4
Good price for a quality bag Posted by: from: CT on I didn't need a camera bag but this is handy for carrying things. :-)

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

5
Great camera bag Posted by: from: San Diego on I got this bag as a package deal when I bought my new Canon digital SLR. This bag held the new camera, an extra lens I had from another Canon SLR, and a 2x doubler, along with various filters and things. I also carried a map in the bag and our passports, along with the cable to connect the camera to my laptop. I've used Lowepro camera bags before and have never had a problem with them. This bag is well built and durable.

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

3
Ok for a free bag Posted by: from: on Got this bag for free with my 610. It's a decent bag but will not use it as a day to day camera bag.

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

5
great gear bag Posted by: from: on I love the camera bag, and the fact that I got it on sale through Best Buy. If I had to complain, I'd say the only fault is that the flap seems to be positioned poorly. I go to open the bag by the flap instead of the zipper. My previous bag opened to the compartment area that way. I'll adapt...It's lightweight, good in weather, insulated for fussy new cameras, and small enough to take everywhere.

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

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