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Lowepro LP36354-PAM Photo Sport 200 AW Backpack (Orange)

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  • Ultra-Cinch Camera Chamber protects camera gear in a padded and secure compartment and helps prevent bouncing while athlete/photographer in motion
  • Zippered, side-access pocket allows photographer to quickly rotate to front, unzip, un-cinch and access camera
  • Toploading upper compartment provides up to 13.9 liters of personal space for items like a jacket, lunch, cell phone, and a dedicated hydration pack pocket
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Product Description

Trail running and photography. Mountain biking and photography. Snowboarding and photography. Adventure sport athletes who like to go fast and light - but equally like to capture the moment - will enjoy the freedom and comfort of this pack.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10.5 x 19.2 x 6.6 inches ; 2.9 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B004XNLR48
  • Item model number: LP36354-PAM
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (87 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 22, 2011

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Customer Reviews

And there's just enough room for everything else you'd take on a day hike.
j fasick
The padded compartment for the camera makes it easy to take it out AND put it back in safely without taking the pack off.
D. J. Eshelman
Especially when using the orange model, this looks like a regular backpack, not a camera bag.
jake

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

42 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Tommy38cal on July 14, 2011
I got this bag a few weeks ago and have been mountain biking a couple times a week with it since. As always, Lowepro has made another great bag. This is basically a day pack with a camera holder in the side. The new cinch mechanism seems to work pretty well to keep the camera in one spot. I have a Nikon D3100 right at the moment (waiting on my D7000 to get here) and it fits fine with a 55-300mm lens on it with space for another lens or flash. I have no doubt that my new camera will fit just fine with the same lens. I have been able to stick a small, lightweight tripod in the side that has the bottle holder, but I wouldnt recommend doing that to often to the strechy fabric bottle holder. If you were hiking, you could also strap it underneath. Nothing to heavy though. Another plus is that other than the Lowepro label, it does not look like a camera bag.

I will try not to cover stuff in other reviews, but here is a couple of minor things I didnt know before I bought it:

1.The stuff sack at the top actually goes all the way to the bottom of the bag around the camera case. This is great and not great. Great because you can put stuff down there; not great for keeping medium size things in the larger compartment without them sliding to the bottom. This can be fixed by pulling the outside cinch straps tight. If I had a choice, I would leave it the way it is. It turns out that an Adventura 120 bag (maybe even a 140) fits perfectly in the top part of the stuff sack, so I took all my little parts, flash and extra lens and put them in that in the top of the stuff sack of the 200AW. When I go mountain biking, I just take it out and go.
2. A hydration bladder does not come with it. There is a place for one up to 70oz with a nice hole for the hose.
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32 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Stroodle88 on August 23, 2011
I felt the need to write a review of what is now my favorite camera bag. I've looked for a very long time for one that met all my requirements, and this one fits the bill. To summarize what I've been looking for:
1. Quick access to camera
2. Backpack-style for hiking/biking
3. Water access
4. Space for other items other than camera
5. Light
6. Waist and sternum straps

* There is a frame to the back panel of the pack separating the water compartment from the padded camera compartment, giving the backpack some vertical shape/structure.
* As previously mentioned by another reviewer, I fit a 70oz. Camelback bladder into the water compartment of the pack without a problem - there is some tightness at the bottom of the pack where the padded camera compartment bumps up against, but if you leave room in the water bladder to adjust the shape, it's not a big deal.
* I've found the waist belt to be a very valuable feature. My typical use case: I'm on a mountain bike and see something I want to photograph. I'll get off my bike, take my right shoulder strap off, swing my backpack around my left side while still attached to the waist strap, and quickly pull out camera.
* The camera compartment is nicely-sized for my needs. I shoot with a Canon 5D mk II and have attached the stock 24-105 lens. If I wanted to, inside the padded compartment, I can place a 580EXII in there with no problem. That side compartment has enough give where instead of a flash, I could fit my 70-200 F/2.8 IS II lens in there as well. Admittedly, with the 70-200 in there, the backpack bulges out a little bit, but it fits snugly. I found that with the 5D mk II, I didn't have to cinch up the camera compartment.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By VoodooHippie on July 13, 2011
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I've owned a lot of camera packs, and my quest for the perfect pack is still in process. This one, so far anyhow, has been my favorite. It swallows a lot of gear for it's size. I easily carry my Nikon D300 with a wide angle zoom lens attached, an 18-200mm zoom along side it in the adjacent compartment as well as a fixed 50mm lens. The top section easily holds my two speedlights (one is the large SB900) as well as other gear. Unfortunately, after my first week excursion with it the carry handle between the shoulder straps tore loose causing me to obtain a replacement pack that will shortly be put to the test on two overseas trips in the bush.

I've owned GoLite backpacks, and to me this product appears to have had strong influence from that company. It's comfortable, light, and secure. First impressions? Appears to be a winner for the money for certain.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Cody A. Conway on December 29, 2011
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Ok, so I've used this product for quite a while now, and I'm comfortable putting my thoughts out there based on my use. First off lets look at the equipment I have in there: Canon 7D w/ grip, Canon 300 F4 L IS, Canon 580 ex ii, Canon 100mm f2.8, 1.4x Teleconverter, and accessories.

How it fits: Nothing can be put together for this pack to work for me. It sort of makes the "ready" factor not there, but it works for field transportation, maybe not as well as bigger bags. But still, it works. The bottom compartment can fit the 7D gripped with no lens attached and the 100mm macro lens separated by the foam piece. The flash kept in it's case sits down the side of the bottom fixture inside the upper part of the bag. Then goes in the 300 f4 inside its case to stay protected in the main compartment on top of that. Then the teleconverter, and accessories. After this, a packed lunch fits on top of this, a macro popup box fits in the front, and a platypus hydration bladder fits in the back.

Comfort: With all my gear in there, it's not something you want to carry all day, especially when I attach a manfrotto tripod to the bottom with a Jr Gimbal head attached! But, it is manageble, I carried it like this with a Canon Vixia HFM40 and a few other things in an airport for the most part of two days while traveling abroad and making connecting flights. No one had anything to say during screening, and the bag never once had to be opened (kudos for making security checks easy!)

Weight: Definitely the lightest bag in my collection. I use this for ALL hiking, and light traveling now.

Design: The bottom compartment is slightly small for my gripped body. It works, but it's small. I can put it in with a lens attached, but it sticks out like a sore thumb and feels unsafe.
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