Lowepro Toploader Pro 75 AW
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- Fits a Pro DSLR with grip and 70-200mm f/2.8 lens attached plus accessories
- 360 Degree All Weather Cover provides protection from the elements while still allowing access to your camera.
- Asymmetrical design follows the lines of a camera for a snug, protective fit
- Quick buckle release allows you to close your bag without zipping it up, enabling fast and easy access to your camera for quick shots.
- Large, U-shaped zipper pulls are easy to grasp, even when wearing gloves.
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|Item Dimensions||12.8 x 8 x 8 inches|
|Item Display Weight||3 pounds|
|Manufacturer Warranty Description||Limited Lifetime|
|Shipping Weight||1.85 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
The Toploader Pro 75 AW fits my Canon 5D (Series 1) with Battery Grip and Strap just about right. It's a little tight with no room to move, but after adjusting the removable foam pads around, I can say that the fit is almost perfect. I can have my 70-200 2.8 mounted to the body with the grip or my 17-40 with no problem. I just recently purchased the Lens Case LC 1 and LC 2 to take advantage of Lowepro's Sliplock System with this Bag. The Oblong shape is what I really like about this bag. I'm a skinny dude, 5'8 and the bag seems to rest just right around my hip and down my side. My Speedlite with in it's case fits comfy in the front pocket and the open pocket on the other side is nice enough to put little nick'nacks in as well. Overall, I'm very happy with this bag and with my purchase directly from Amazon. Do try to go to a camera shop and check one out for yourself to make sure it's the right fit for you before order. It will save you a lot of time. Thanks
READ OTHER REVIEWS CAREFULLY. Look at what the reviewer actually was describing. Several of the "most helpful" were actually for the Zoom AW models (not the *Pro* AW, which are more expensive, better padding, better materials, more attachment options). It seems like an Amazon problem; I think the reviews sometimes get incorrectly attached to a product "family," even to distant relatives on the family tree.
Other reviews of *this bag* are pretty much on the money: well built, well padded, nice expanding accessory pockets, good zippers, good stitching, lots of attachment/carrying options. I own both a Zoom 50 AW (consumer grade/price) and this Pro 75 AW (pro grade/price). The Pro is worth the price premium to me because of the additional protection offered to my gear while hiking and Nordic skiing (with seemingly no weight penalty). The only negative is that the rain cover is relatively complicated (compared to the Zoom AW). The Zoom AW is as simple as a shower cap; but, it has to be removed in order to access your camera. The Pro AW rain cover is much trickier to get on the bag, but allows access to the main compartment while it is still in place (though the accessory pockets are inaccessible). Neither cover is effective in heavy rain; but, they are both very helpful to me as extra protection from light rain or snow (in wetter conditions, I put my gear in heavy duty Ziploc bags inside the Lowepro).
I'm impressed enough that Lowepro will be tops on my list for my next bag purchase.
I'm not advocating taking all your lenses everywhere, but this bag gives me the ability to take 2 lenses (one attached to the camera) and one below, anywhere I go. Also as a bonus... it helps you to change lenses too based on how the bag is designed and how it sits on your leg/hip.
For you NIKON shooters, I use this bag to carry the following:
D7000 (no grip, but I could fit it in w the grip attached if I wanted to)
Nikon 17-55 2.8 (usually on all the time)
Tokina 11-16 2.8 wide angle (sits in the bottom of the bag ready for use
Lense Pen (cleaning brush)
8 SD memory cards (2 in camera at all times)
Charger for the camera battery
The bag holds this all comfortably, the camera and lenses go inside and the rest fit on the top pocket and the side.
The BEST thing about this bag is the way it hangs, it's easy to use and can be swung out of the way easily....
Also has a nice waist strap for added weight distribution. - THIS WORKS
If you don't need super telephoto capabilities, say you're going to the zoo with the kids and want to take pics of them primarily... you need different lenses and maybe a flash I've carried the following comfortably.
D7000 no grip
35mm 1.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Fits my Canon 6D plus the Mark 1 24-70mm lens WITH it's enormous lens hood attached to the front (i.e.: not flipped back for storage). Read morePublished 5 months ago by Kevin M Bache
First, I'm really impressed at how well this bag is constructed, and with its well-designed features including many pockets, the waterproof cover stowed in a hidden pocket,... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Frankie
I have had the Lowepro Toploader 75 for several years now and have tried lots of other bags but keep coming back to this one. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Tim Z.
Jury still out the straps are too long for me and I am constantly adjusting. I feel like I need to come up with my own system of straps to make it work.Published 15 months ago by sal
It's great for it's purpose. I've bought additions to this bag, but find them bulky and I might as well use my backpack. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Jess K. Paulson
It stores vertically a Canon 70D with attached Canon 100-400mm lens( original slide version) and provides easy access and protection which is what I wanted. Nice quality. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Chet A.
Just what I was looking for. I have bigger lenses, but didn't want to carry around my carry-on Lowepro everywhere or my brief case sized bag. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Skyline