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Lowepro Pro Runner x450 AW DSLR Backpack (Black)

by Lowepro

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  • All Weather AW Cover protects camera and gear from the elements
  • Removable, checkpoint-friendly laptop sleeve will fit most 15.4" widescreen laptops
  • Designed in size and weight to fit most airlines' carry-on requirements
  • Easily converts between a backpack with a 5-point adjustable, padded backpack harness, and a rolling case for easy transport through airports
  • Fits a DSLR with attached lens (up to 300mm f/2.8) plus 4-6 lenses/flash and accessories; up to a 15.4" widescreen laptop; tripod or monopod; personal items
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Technical Details

Color: Black
  • Waterproof

Product Details

Color: Black
  • Product Dimensions: 12.6 x 14 x 20.3 inches ; 10.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 10.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0036B4KT2
  • Item model number: Pro Runner x450 AW (Black)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 17, 2003

Product Description

Color: Black

The Pro Runner x350 and x450 AW DSLR rolling backpacks delivers a convertible, streamlined and urban-inspired solution for pro photographers and photojournalists who carry their gear through crowded airports and busy city streets. It’s purpose built for superior protection and maximum flexibility as photographers work and travel. This easy-to-convert design fits a DSLR with attached lens up to a pro-sized body with grip and 300mm f/2.8 attached lens (x450 AW), laptop, tripod and multiple accessories, plus a few personal items. From its fully padded interior to it’s patented, built-in All Weather AW Cover, the Pro Runner AW thoroughly safeguards valuable gear. Each pack includes: spring-loaded trolley handle; premium wheels; checkpoint-friendly laptop sleeve; Hideaway Tripod Mount system; rainflap lids; SlipLock attachment loops; multiple storage pockets; memory card pockets; and more.

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Tim Robertson
This Lowepro Pro Runner rolling camera bag is thoughtfully designed and engineered to last.
M. Hill
In general it feels very sturdy, has great quality zippers and many pockets.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Kaulfurst on June 16, 2010
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
I have had many good Lowepro camera bags over the years and was looking forward to a rolling bag that would save my need to add a luggage cart to my large backpack going through airports. This roller surprised me with how heavy the bag was empty, right out of the shipping box. Nonetheless, I decided to give it its due and transfer my equipment from my Lowepro backpack into this roller, and was immediately frustrated by the lack of nooks and crannies built into the roller. The backpack actually has more room and more innovative ways of storage than this overweight, under thought through cousin. There are so many design flaws that after a couple of days of dragging it around the house to see if I was being too finicky, I happily reloaded my backpack, and returned this overpriced, overweight, overnight bag. Sorry Lowepro, you need to rework this one completely. On a separate note, something I thought Lowepro would have figured out in this newer than my backpack model, Lowepro - the two little "pockets" are too small for actually holding my stash of digital media cards. A photographer carries more than two, and Nikon uses larger media than you have accounted for.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Ramesh Gopal VINE VOICE on June 23, 2010
Color Name: Black Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
If you have a SLR camera with some large lenses, a flash, a laptop and all the other accessories that go with this set up, then you have a lot of equipment to carry around. Typically camera backpacks come in small, medium and large sizes. This is the large model, from Lowepro, a respected maker of camera bags.

I evaluated this bag for a long overseas trip with a lot of photographic equipment. The challenge is to get all the equipment to the destination and then be in a position to carry it from photo-op to photo-op. These goals are contradictory. A big bag will let you take all your things by plane or car but then is impractical in the field. This bag, therefore, is to transport all your equipment where you are going. After that, switch to a smaller bag and only carry selected items. Alternatively, see if you can make do with a medium-sized, dual purpose bag.

Spacious: probably big enough to fit all your stuff in one bag. Will accommodate one pro DSLR with large lens or two smaller DSLRs and accessories, including medium laptop.
Has wheels.
Tripod mount.
Will fit in most big airplane overhead compartments. Not in the small planes, though.
Sturdy construction, but light for its size.
Padded straps for backpacking

Big: If you can manage with a smaller bag you should. This one is hard to maneuver in crowded spaces. Also do not imagine you will be backpacking with it. Even if the weight is not an issue, the bulk and square profile is.

In summary, I would use the Lowepro ProRunner 450 AW to carry all my photographic equipment in one bag as carry on luggage on an airplane or in a car. If real walking, hiking or crowded places are anticipated I would eliminate some stuff and use a smaller bag.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Michel on May 30, 2011
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
I did not know how to go with rating this product ... yes it is heavy, really heavy (you can forget carrying it on your back for more than 15 min if you load it with your gear). Being heavy means that if you are using a shipping forwarding service (like Shop and Ship from Aramex) then there is a lot of money going into the shipping cost (almost as much as I paid for for the bag itself)which brings me to the good price published here (my local dealer was actually selling it for the original price). The bag, as all Lowepro products, is made of really good quality material:
1- Good quality zippers / buckles
2- Very good paddings
3- sturdy wheels
4- Very comfy shoulder paddings when used as a back packpack (for 5 min!)
5- The famour wheather protection cover

All in all, and in all fairness, if we are demanding that much of items to be cramed in one bag we should expect it to be a heavy (I did!! but I did not expect it to be THAT heavy). If you need to take a lot of gear around (using your car then rolling it to the event venue where you would transfer the gear into a harness and a belt setup)then this is the perfect bag for you ... and I think that would be the perfect setup.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on March 22, 2014
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
As roomy as it gets, this big is huge! Surprisingly doesn't have as many accessories pockets as my smaller Tamrac 5587 Expedition 7X.
I wanted a bag that I could carry most of my main gear on the train, but because of back issues, I decided carrying my gear as a backpack wouldn't work anymore. I've been looking at this LowePro X450 and the X350 for better part of a year, but because of some upcoming travels, I decided to go ahead and make the purchase. The price has come down on the LowePro Backpacks so the price was right also, and with my Prime account the bag was here in only a few days.

Again this is a huge bag, and like others have said, it's spacious but bulky. The bulky part comes from trying to design a bag to hold the maximum amount of gear. I can hold my Canon 5d Mk III with a Canon 300 2.8L attached with Hood(flipped around), my Canon 7D, a Canon 70-200mm 2.8L and a Canon 24-70 2.8L and 2 flashes with room to spare, so when we all say spacious we mean it. This bag also comes with pockets lining the upper flap of the bag, and a single accessory pocket on the front left side of the big. Not a HUGE number of accessory pockets, at least not for a bag this size, but still has plenty of room for filters, batteries, and other camera needs. Plenty of buckles tighten up the bag, and hang things like your tripod or monopod. Because this version of the bag is the X450 it comes with roller wheels, so you can roll the big instead of having the need to carry it. The bag is also a backpack and comes with a 5 point adjustable pad, so you can carry it with some comfort. I can't see anyone hiking with this massive bag, but is perfect for carrying it on and off a train.
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