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Lowepro Pro Runner 300 AW Camera Backpack

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  • Fabric/Nylon
  • 385 millimeters high
  • 285 millimeters wide
  • All Weather AW Cover protects camera and gear from the elements
  • Removable, padded inserts with adjustable dividers allows for complete customization of camera kit
  • Hideaway Tripod Mount with foldout holder, cam lock buckles and straps to secure a compact tripod or monopod
  • Discreet front pocket offers quick access to and organization for personal items like a light jacket, cell phone
  • Fits a DSLR with attached lens (up to 70-200mm f/2.8) plus 3-4 lenses/flash and accessories; tripod or monopod; personal items
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Product Description

The Pro Runner 300 AW DSLR backpacks delivers a compact, streamlined and urban-inspired solution for photographers who carry their gear through crowded airports and busy city streets. This feature-filled design fits a camera, tripod and accessories, plus a few personal items, in a highly organized pack.

  • ASIN: B0035548VY
  • Product Dimensions: 19.1 x 8.9 x 12.2 inches; 3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Item model number: Pro Runner 300 AW (Black)
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Customer Reviews

It is a little smaller than expected but ok.
R. McCormac
I'm a professional photographer, and my camera backpack has always been Lowepro.
Larry Pierce
It is well padded and comfortable on the back.
John Keitz

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By frankp93 VINE VOICE on May 28, 2010
Color Name: Black Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
Ok, so I'm not a globe-trotting paparazzi off to Paris on a moment's notice to snap Lindsay Lohan's latest debauchery. Truth be told I was looking for a mid-sized backpack for day trips to the city so I could retire my, um, 20+ year old shoulder bag I'm told is beyond gross just because the zippers are all broken, the lining is shredded and caked with years of snack detritus, receipts, mail fragments, not to mention hidden compartments too scary to risk ever cleaning out.

I say it's got character and they don't make `em like that anymore.
(They really don't or I would have bought another)

I do however own a camera and sundry digital gear and the Lowepro Pro Runner is pleasantly much larger and roomier than I expected, extremely well-designed, and well-made ("Invented in California,. Fabricated in China" (Ed. Note: Kinda like Apple I might add).

No one can accuse me of being a trendy when it comes to this stuff, but some of the features on this backpack really impressed me, at least compared to the last backpack I bought sometime after the "sports bag" craze of the late 70's.

Most notable and useful are the completely configurable Velcro dividers that partition the main compartment into rows of cubby-hole spaces. I can detach all of them if I want and have plenty of room to safely store my bulky, 10-year old laptop with room to spare for, you know, snacks, receipts, etc. Yes, the dividers are designed to accommodate a DSLR camera, extra lenses, a small tripod, etc. But they can be resized to handle countless variations on whatever "stuff" you're unwilling to leave home without or always find yourself picking up along the way.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Schwartz VINE VOICE on May 27, 2010
Color Name: Black Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
This bag has many features that should store and protect your camera gear nicely.

Looking around the outside you find that the back padded with a vented mesh to help on those hot days when you are toting you gear around. The shoulder straps have a buckling cross strap that you can fasten to keep then from sliding off of you in the event of rigorous movements. The sides of the bag have compression straps that you can adjust to your liking and littered around the bag are points that you can slide things into that have their own clips. There is also a large zippered pocket on the outside that opens to provide storage for quick access items. There is a tripod carrying system, rain bonnet, and waist strap that all stow in hidden compartments until needed.

On the inside there are compartments for your gear that are made of padded sections with velcro flaps. You can pull these out and configure them as you like. This works out very well. I was able to put my DSLR and lenses along with my HD video camera and accessories in spaces that were custom fit by moving things around. The back flap has storage for memory cards, manuals, and whatever else you may want to store as well.

The bags structure provides padding for normal use but I would not use the bag for extremely rough use or put anything heavy on top of it as it is not rigid enough to provide that type of protection. Overall I would say this looks to be a nice bag that will safely store your gear for everyday general use.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Erik1988 TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on May 25, 2010
Color Name: Black Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
UPDATE: Some great pictures and feature specifications can be found [..]

According to the attached manual, this backpack can store:
1) DSLR with attached lens (up to 70-200mm f/2.8)
2) plus 3-4 lenses/flash and accessories
3) tripod or monopod
4) personal items

This is the size of most carry-ons measuring:
11.2W x 4.5D x15.2H in
28.3W x11.5D x38.5H cm

I like that it has a padded mesh backpad that helps with airflow for sweat.
The inside has your standard adjustable padded dividers that allow you to customize to your equipment.
The sides seemed padded enough, but where the back of the backpack zips closed around the camera section, I felt the thickness left something wanting for anything that may strike the rear of the pack or if dropped on the backside of the pack.

There are little pockets for memory sticks and other side pockets for whatnots.
The waterproof cover is stowed in the bottom of the back and folds back up quit the same into it's little space. I would have preferred a zippered area vs a Velcro for storing the weather protector.

I like the vertical tripod carrying on this better than the Fastpack 350 by Lowepro, which makes your tripod stick out at the sides. The vertical holder is a better improvement.

OVERALL:
This should meet most people's needs, especially when traveling and not wanting to let their investment in equipment out of their sight. I looked at a few other models made by Lowepro and they all have pretty good ratings. Thus I don't think anyone can really go wrong here.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Maggie on June 14, 2010
Color Name: Black Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
This backpack delivers a compact solution for photographers who carry their gear around with them. This bag can fit a camera, a tripod and other accessories, plus a few personal items, like an MP3 player and cell phone. The interior is full padded and it has an all weather exterior which is great for Florida rains! Aside from the stuff I already metioned the Pro Runner 300 AW has side compression straps with quick-release buckles; a place to hide your tripod; rainflap lids; mesh side pockets; memory card pockets on inside lid; padded mesh backpad; adjustable and padded shoulder straps; webbing grab handle. This bag can hold your SLR with an attached lens up to 200 mm plus 3-4 lenses, a flash,tripod or monopod and several personal items. How can you go wrong with this bag? It is great in my opinion!
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