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Lowepro Rezo 170 AW Camera Bag

by Lowepro
45 customer reviews

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  • Padded and adjustable dividers for a customizable interior
  • Roomy front pocket and stretch side pocket for extra storage of accessories
  • Patented, built-in All Weather AW Cover
  • Memory card pouch built into the reverse-open lid for convenient access
  • Rezo 170 AW Capacity: Digital SLR with attached lens; 2-3 extra lenses and accessories
  • Includes a built-in memory card orgainizer
  • Includes a built-in LCD / Lens cleaning cloth
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  • Important Product Information: Lowepro packs and bags with the AW (All-Weather Cover) designation include the item inside the pack, typically in the bottom or back in a zippered or Velcro-secured pocket. If you are experiencing difficulty locating it, feel free to contact Lowepro customer service department at info@lowepro.com.

Product Description

Perfect for day trips, longer travels, or as your go-to bag, the lightweight and compact Lowepro Rezo 170 AW is packed with practical features, including a built-in All-Weather AW Cover. Padded and adjustable dividers make it easy to customize the interior. The memory card pouch is built into the reverse-open lid for convenient access. The roomy front pocket and stretch side pocket offer extra storage for accessories. The Rezo 170 AW fits a DSLR with attached lens, 2-3 extra lenses, memory cards, and accessories.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6.1 x 9.6 x 9.2 inches ; 1.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B0007X0T5Q
  • Item model number: LP34703
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
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  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 16, 2006

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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By tmastro426 on January 31, 2006
I was looking for a small bag that I could use on day trips or hikes. I did not want a huge bag to keep all my lenses and accessories. This is perfect for my needs. I have a Konica Minolta 5D with a 28-75 f2.8 lens attached, along with a 18-70 and a 70-210. I can fit the camera, lenses, my battery charger, and various cables. The lenses fit with their hoods on backwards. There are a couple of small pouches to keep extra battery and cards. Two features I really like: 1) the micro fiber cloth that lies across the camera's lcd to protect it from scratches and 2) the top of the bag opens from the back for quick access to the camera.

Small enough to carry all day, big enough to fit the essentials needed for a great day of shooting.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By A. Aguilar on March 30, 2009
I bought the smaller 160AW, but it can't fit all my gear. So I bought the 170AW as well.

It is about 2" taller, otherwise it's exactly the same bag as the 160AW. I was able to fit the following items in the 170 AW.

- D80 Body with 18-55mm lens attached (I can also fit it with my 55-200 lens attached, but it's real snug)

- 55-200mm lens with hood removed and slide on the lens body reversed.

- SB 600 speedflah fully extended

- battery charger with electrical cord

- AV cable and remote

With that said, I still have enough room for another battery and a few more accesories.

With the 160AW bag, i could only fit the body with either lens attached and the speed flash.

To sum it up, I wanted a bag that wasn't too wide like the Nikon Bag, but rather, tall and thin so I could use the shoulder strap around my body. I can easily walk around with this attached to my body and it's out of my way as i can push it towards my back. It work's great and pulling out the camera with the reveresd flap makes it a breeze. the bag itself has more features, but you can read about that from the other reviews : )

PS, the Nikon D40, D70 and D90 are all simular in size, so I would think you would find the same results.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Jak DiGriz on January 17, 2008
This is a fantastic bag by lowepro. It's a blend of high-capacity and quick access holster styles. I can easily fit my D70s with 18-200mm telephoto (attached) and my SB-800 flash into the bag.

I at first thought the front flap was useless, but it actually exists to provide more waterproof coverage to the bag. When you deploy the All-weather (it's stowed in a velcro compartment at the bottom of the bag), it wraps around the bottom, up the sides, and over the top of the bag to provide water protection. Try it yourself. You'll find that the front flap provides protection where the All-weather cannot reach. Together the All-weather and front flap give 80% protection from the elements.

I think the All-weather sheath is a bit unnecessary. Lowepro should have invested a little more money into the bag and made it with waterproof materials rather than including the All-weather sheath.

Also, the strap the camera comes with is a bit squeaky. Luckily it can be detached and replaced with any other strap you own. Otherwise, the squeakiness would have driven me insane!

I still love this bag.

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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Ed Artiste on April 2, 2010
I'm a beginner/amateur, and I have been using this bag since January. The pluses are the nylon water shield, and the reverse opening. The innards however are not friendly to anything more than a body w/ lens attached, one spare lens, and MAYBE a (small) flash...but anything more than that will be cumbersome because of the limited flexibility of the velcro panels.

I have the xsi with the kit lens/hood(attached), the 55-250 w/lens hood(reversed), and just purchased the 50mmm 1.8(no hood). The 50mm is what broke the camels back, as there is unfortunately no real mechanism to keep that small lens in place. I actually just wrote this review because i spent the last 2 hours trying to fit these 3 things in the bag- annoying, to say the least. Anything small and round like the 50mm will be an absolute pain to fit (or will be loose on top- no good), so i would suggest an external lens holder- which of course defeats the purpose of the bag. Forget about folded cables, its not happening. Another problem that comes up - if you end up needing a lens or so that is stuffed under another one, you will be taking out everything just to get to it, which can be hazardous if you are by yourself and there's limited flat space to put things down. This is with me having 2 extra dividers from another lowepro bag that a sales guy pulled from a model that was damaged, so mine is actually better set up than one that any of you will buy. Even right now, with compromise, the inner pocket pulls against my revered hood- extending the barrel if i take it out without using my other hand to force the bag wider. These is no zoom lock on this lens, so that's not something i want to keep happening. Be mindful.

So basically with only one extra lens and a small flash/charger, you will be fine.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Lk on May 25, 2012
I bough this back 4 years ago. It worked great for a while until recently when the plastic connectors popped out and my bag fell 2 feet to the ground. It ended up busting my $800 lens and now I'm out $300 to fix it. If those parts didn't break it would be great. I haven't abused this bag at all. I was simply walking and the part popped and the bag fell. I have a more complete review that I did a few years ago on youtube. Look up the shuttersight photography review on this bag. I mention the popping part there as well.
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