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Lowepro Event Messenger 100

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  • Fabric/Nylon
  • 168 millimeters high
  • 200 millimeters wide
  • Discreet and streamlined messenger design does not shout "camera bag"
  • Quiet-mode flap provides hook/loop fasteners that may be folded in half to go from maximum security mode to quiet mode
  • Easy-to-access main compartment offers padded and adjustable divider system to easily customize camera gear
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The Event Messenger Series offers the enthusiast photographer a modern messenger bag that switches from secure to

  • ASIN: B009GYIIIC
  • Product Dimensions: 8.7 x 5.5 x 8.5 inches; 13.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 13.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Item model number: LP36461-0WW
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33 of 33 people found the following review helpful By JBrady on February 3, 2014
Color: Mica Verified Purchase
I ordered this bag to accommodate a minimal kit. I'm currently using it for my
Canon 60D (larger than the Canon Rebel series)
Canon 85mm f/1.8 with lens hood reversed
Canon 60mm macro (which will eventually be substituted out for the EF 35mm f/2 IS USM as it's the same size)
There's just barely enough room for the 40mm STM. And when I say BARELY, I mean it. It's packed TIGHT. The EF 50mm f/1.8 is a little bigger than the 40mm STM and will NOT fit in it's place.
This is exactly what I was looking for. I didn't want a bag with a billion and one pockets so I could carry everything I might possibly need over the next 14 years. I wanted something that would carry my camera and two prime lenses so that I could tackle most photographic opportunities and this is FLAWLESS for that application.
The bag appears very well made and what I like most about it is that it doesn't look like a typical camera bag.
Other great features:
Like most camera bags, there are several removable/adjustable dividers.
The top! Sounds weird but what's great about it is that the top can secure via a single buckle or you can reveal two velcro strips and use those instead - or use the velcro and the buckle together.
Additionally, there are some little flaps that fold in for a little extra padding and protection.
Side and front pockets - going with the minimal theme, these pockets aren't intrusive and take up very little room when not in use.
If you're looking for something to carry a couple of small-ish lenses and your camera - this is your bag!
I added a few images in the hopes that it's helpful. EDIT: for some reason the pictures never showed up despite the upload working. Sorry.
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38 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Ken on September 14, 2012
Color: Mica Verified Purchase
Excellent bag for micro-four-thirds cameras. As small as the bag is it will hold an entire micro-four-thirds system. Three vertical dividers, the body fits on top with the attached lens in the center section. Side sections can then hold additional lenses. Can use as a three zoom set-up or a huge collection of primes. For primes it works best to remove the horizontal dividers and put the primes in small pouches. Holds a lot more this way. There are many possible configurations. For example I can fit my E-M5, Rokinon 7.5, Olympus 12/2, Panasonic 25/1.4, Olympus 45/1.8 and Olympus 75/1.8 with ease.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By T. E. ABQ on February 16, 2013
Color: Mica Verified Purchase
I'm using bag for a Sony NEX 5R with three lenses (35mm, 18-55mm, and 55-200mm). It fits everything well with a few additional accessories in the front pocket (batteries, SD Cards, flash, etc.) There is probably even room for another small lens. I wanted something as compact as possible and still functional.I like the large top opening and ability to clip the top down for security or Velcro it for quick access. After a lot of searching, I settled on the Event Messenger 100, and I am glad I did.
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27 of 29 people found the following review helpful By R. Ortiz on June 25, 2012
Color: Mica Verified Purchase
This small bag fits my Olympus OM-D (with a zoom lens attached) plus two extra zoom lenses.
This bag comes with the typical vertical dividers which split the space into three compartments.
The camera fits face down with the attached lens taking up the middle compartment.
The extra lenses (or accessories) go on the side compartments.
But one cool feature is that it also has horizontal dividers so you can stack two items in the side compartments.
(like a small zoom and a pancake lens or the charger and the clip-on flash).
It also has a front pocket to store memory cards, batteries, and miscellaneous stuff.
There's also a slim pocket in the back that fits a Kindle perfectly.
The material is sturdy but pliable. The case is well padded but not bulky.

CONS: There's just one color.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Reza Taheri on April 26, 2014
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I was worried this bag might be too big, but it turns out to be almost perfect, maybe an inch too small! As others have said, it is perfect for the body and two lenses, but I think I have figured out a way to fit 3 lenses in there. I have the Olympus OM-D EM-10 and 3 Olympus lenses: pancake 14-42 lens, the prime 75mm, and the 40-150 zoom. They all fit in the bag, but a tad awkwardly. I can either:
1- put the camera body in one bay, the zoom in the second, and stack the pancake and the 75mm (in pouches) in the third
2- or, take out one of the dividers, place the large zoom on its side at the bottom of the bag, install the pancake on the camera and set it on top of the zoom, put the 75mm in the other bay

The first solution is a perfect fit for storing everything, but awkward for actual use of the camera because the lens is off the body. I don't want to constantly put on and take off the pancake 14-42, which will be mine main lens, every time I want to grab the camera for a quick shot. So the lens has to stay on, which makes it nearly impossible to _vertically_ stack the camera+lens and two other lenses in the bag. But laying the large zoom horizontally and placing the camera+lens on top of it lets me fit everything in. I have protective pouches for the lenses, so this stacking should work. Or, you can use the divider in a horizontal orientation between the large lens and the camera.

I like the adjustable/removable dividers. I opted for pouches for my lenses, so I ended taking out two of the 4 dividers. The bag is too small for all 3 lenses, 3 pouches, and 4 dividers! There is room for the factory charger under the 75mm lens.
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