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Lowepro LP36614-PWW Urban Reporter 350 Camera Bag (Black)

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  • Refined and easy-access messenger-style photo bag is discreet and versatile
  • Removable camera insert with adjustable dividers helps organize kit
  • Dedicated laptop/tablet compartment with soft, quilted lining and protective padding
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 16.9 x 8.3 x 11.8 inches ; 3.3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00F5JMYS2
  • Item model number: LP36614-PWW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 27, 2013

Product Description

Urban Reporter is a refined, easy-access and versatile messenger bag that lets you hit the streets with your full camera kit, laptop or tablet and lots of accessories.

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Very nice bag, quite organized and can carry a lot of stuff.
Haruna
Things I don't like: Although the leather/flap closure snaps are a nice touch they are almost useless if you are in a hurry or in the heat of battle.
L. T. Phillips
I HIGHLY recommend it to anyone looking for a convenient bag.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By L. T. Phillips on November 13, 2013
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I've always loved Lowepro products due to their high quality and durability. I have been searching for the perfect shoulder bag to carry a Canon body and at least two lenses plus gear and a tablet/laptop and one that is not too soft or stiff. The largest Event Messenger 250 is a great bag but it's too small. I have the ProMessenger 200AW and although my favorite bag for design, it is too soft and mushy. Impossible to set it down without it falling over. The bag just mushes in around the gear sometimes making it hard to get the gear out. If you stuff the bag with gear it would be ok but if not full it would be mushy. So that brings me to the latest Urban Reporter 350. Although the largest of the three bags it's not too large for me (being 6'4"/215#) to carry around. Maybe for someone in smaller stature? I like the material as it blends lightweight almost nylon feeling with a small blend of canvas. Perfect! The bag is ALMOST stiff enough for me. I actually added a flat 1/4" square piece of hard foam in the bag between the outer and inner shell. Without the bag completely full this made it just right in stiffness of the bag. I can set it down without it tumbling over and a lens tumbling over in the heat of the moment.

Things I like: the inner shell has a flap. I turn the shell around so the flap folds backward increasing security while carrying. I like the matierial. I like the long shoulder strap. I like the side pockets. I love the back zipped pocket so that I can put the bag around a rollerboard suitcase handle adding ease of use and security while traveling. I love the lightweight of the bag. I love that I can put lens down a Canon body with battery grip and 70-200 IS 2.8 lens, and still be able to close the flap.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By longlens on January 31, 2014
The bag materials and design are great with one exception which makes it useless for me: the flap uses a snap closure rather than the more standard plastic male/female design. For me the current snap closure requires two hands to open or close while the male/female plastic design clips used by Lowepro and others on many bags can be done with one hand. I normally open a bag with one hand, remove the camera with the other, and then close and snap it shut. I have noted that some bags are now released apparently without field testing by photographers. I bought a bag( not the 350) recently, and after using it realized how it had to be modified, went to an outdoor supply company (REI), bought the needed materials, and brought them to a shoe repair facility that had the heavy sewing machine for alterations. I got this idea from the late Galen Rowell who did this often.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Sam Bulger on October 14, 2014
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The Urban Reporter is just OK, good deal for the money but not a great bag. Sized well and finished well. The snap straps that secure the main flap are combersome to use. The bag strap is too thinly padded and not easily changed out like other bags that have a "D" ring strap attachment. The bag will hold 2 pro bodies with long (70-200 f2.8 and 300 f4) lenses attached and smaller lenses in the middle. The end pockets are useable and the center "office" pocket works pretty well. The Think Tank Urban Disguise 60 v2.0 is overall a much better desgined bag. If you are on a budget get this as it's 60% cheaper.
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This a really cool and also customizable (for the interior bag to store the camara) Bag.

For those that are looking for a great way to transport your gear safe this is a really good option.

I also was lookink for a bag to carry a 15" laptop, and here is where the only spot that I was disapointed. The specs of the bag states that they'll fit a 15" laptop, and they are right, just exactlly right. Unfortunatelly for me, my 15.6" Asus did not fit the featured interior soft dedicated space. I selected this 350 to fit my laptop size, at the end I can solve this "issue" putting my laptop just behind the "camara bag") and hope that the interior cushion protects all my stuff.

What is really great is number of "movable-customizable" velcro dividers. You can really store more than you maybe see in the pictures. Or other option, for me that I'm just a photography entusiast and dont have a lot to put in the bag, I use the dividers to create a "softer" space for my camara, and lens.

I read some reviews where they dont like the buttons instead of velcro in the slap and side pockets. But dont worry, there is a really useful grap for each, to do the press-hold to close or open the pockets with one hand.

In a revised model, I would add an strap to hold the loose part of the hand-carry on to be more confortable to transport in this way.
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It is what I expected, works and looks good, item will be going to Europe for a year or more
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