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Lowepro Outback 300 AW Camera Backpack (Black)

by Lowepro

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  • Fast-access lid lets you 'work out of the bag' with ease
  • Adjustable, padded dividers so you can arrange cameras and accessories to suit your needs
  • Large, U-shaped zipper pulls and zipper tabs are easy to grasp and provide added leverage - even in wet and cold conditions
  • One-piece foam framing provides superior protection at critical points and corners
  • All Weather AW Cover protects the bag and its contents from harmful elements such as rain, dust, sand, etc.
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 21.7 x 9.3 x 12.4 inches ; 2.9 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B002IV57U2
  • Item model number: Outback 300 AW (Black)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 14, 2009

Product Description

The Outback 300 AW blends Lowepro’s workmanlike details with a modular, lean and easy-to-access design. The result: an ideal beltpack/shoulder bag built to fit modern equipment, provide multiple wearing options, and deliver freedom of movement to the agile professional. Wear as a shoulder bag, beltpack—or use shoulder strap and waistbelt to distribute a heavy load evenly and provide long-wearing comfort. Unzip the fast-access lid and immediately “work out of the bag” plus grab memory cards from the built-in pockets. The Outback 300 AW features a well-padded camera compartment with adjustable dividers, one-piece foam framing and memory card pockets on the inside lid. The All Weather Cover provides extra protection from rain, sand and dust, and conveniently tucks away into its own pocket when not in use. Two lens/accessory cases (also suitable for carrying flash, water bottles, personal electronics or other items) are easily attached or detached with sturdy, yet lightweight compression straps. Modular, flexible and built to carry and protect the latest in digital gear, the Outback 300 AW offers a unique solution for the enthusiast or pro.

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Real bad design.
Peter Moore
Readily accessible pro-body camera with 80-200 attached with plenty of space for lenses and flash, 2 sliplock cases and a AW cover.
Celentt
The bag is just way to big & bulky to start with do a good job at what it was designed to be.
Steve of NorCal

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Roger Ramirez on February 5, 2010
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I bough this bag to travel light and leave my regular backpack in home, it is good because you can use it in front, side or behind you with easy access to all accesories and camera. Inside it has 4 compartments where you can put lenses, flashes, pocket wizards and come with two big pouches that can handle the professional lenses 70-200mm 2.8 and 24-70mm 2.8

It also has a shoulder strap and a belt strap so it has 2 points of support to feel comfortable.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Celentt on March 13, 2011
This bag sounds really good on paper. Readily accessible pro-body camera with 80-200 attached with plenty of space for lenses and flash, 2 sliplock cases and a AW cover.

When fully loaded, I managed to carry a D3 with 50mm 1.2, D300s with lens removed, an 80-200 2.8, 105mm 2.8, 85mm 1.8, 35mm 1.8, 11-16mm Tokina 2.8, SB-800 flash, SC-29 cable and another 50mm 1.4.

It is really too big to be comfortably used as a waist bag, you MUST use the supplied shoulder strap. It will also give your shoulder lots of abuse.

The all weather cover is unusable with the shoulder strap attached. And the bag will fall below your waist from the weight without the shoulder strap.

The sliplock cases provided are of horrible quality. If you do not put anything inside, the straps that hold them in place will crush them into wrinkled foam. And if you remove them from the bag, you are left with 2 ugly flaps that are too big to be hidden in the slots provided.

The top flap that provides access to all your gear is hard to open, your body and the shoulder strap gets in the way. This is good for security but goes against "easily accessible" toploader functions.

This bag is clumsy, and seems to be trying too hard to do what a $100 bag should be able to do.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Cynthia F. Shaffer on November 21, 2010
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I bought this bag for when I shoot events. After reading the specs and some other reviews I bought it. This bag fits more then I anticipated and is very comfortable. The inside has room for one camera attached to a 70-200mm 2.8 or an 100-400mm lens, as well as a wide angle lens, flash or 50mm. The two side lens bags say they can hold a 20-200mm 2.8 L lens, but when I tried to put my 70-200mm 2.8 L lens in there I found that I had to take the hood and the tripod color off the lens before it would fit very snugly into the case. The same thing happened when i tried to put my 24-70mm 2.8 L lens in the other side pocket. Granted I can put my wide angle lens and flash into the side pockets with no trouble. The other thing that needs to be changed is the zipper for the flap that opens the main compartment. The zipper is made fine but to open the bag you have to either take the bag off and open it on the ground or on a chair or you have to push the bag away from yourself in order to open the zipper with out your body being in the way. Other than that the bag preforms well and holds more then I originally thought. The straps are well made and fit well over a belt.
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Excellent camera backpack for the photographer who has a professional grade DSLR with a grip attached. The Outback has ample room for the camera body and a 70-200mm lens. You can easily access your camera, lenses and flash quickly while the backpack is harnessed around your waist or hip. The Outback 300 AW also has many slots for your sd cards and does not fall over when it is placed on a flat surface

Keep in mind that it is large and bit bulky; nonetheless, it does provide adequate space for your gear.
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