Lowepro Classified 160 AW Shoulder Bag for DSLR and 1-2 Lenses (Sepia)
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- Slim, contoured profile with briefcase styling conceals your camera equipment in crowds, plus comfortable all-day carrying
- Large-capacity, easy-access main compartment with angled openings stays stable, secure and discreet while grabbing a camera, making a lens change, or rushing to next location.
- Fully collapsible, removable padding in main compartment allows custom organization and folds down for easy packing.
- Includes removable memory card wallet, padded shoulder strap, removable 3-point stabilizing strap, built-in microfiber cloth and SlipLock attachment loops to add on additional Lowepro products
- Built-in All Weather Cover in bottom back panel of bag protects your gear from the elements
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|Item Dimensions||14 x 13.4 x 8.9 inches|
|Item Weight||2.5 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||3.35 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
- 1 DSLR camera with 70-200mm f/2.8 (i.e. big) zoom lens attached (mine is Nikon 80-200mm f/2.8 which is comparable in size and weight with Nikon 70-200mm f/2.8)
- 1-2 additional lenses and/or flash (I put 17-80mm and 50mm f/1.8 lenses and the SB-400 flash
- a couple memory cards and extra battery
It's pretty sturdy and tight (with the stabilizing strap), but that's good because the camera and lens won't move much inside the bag.
Here are the pros and cons:
1. Can fit SLR attached with the big 70-200mm f/2.8 lens (or equivalent)
2. Enough room for extra lenses and flash
3. Topload feature for easy access
4. Sturdy and good padding to protect the expensive equipment inside
5. Slim profile and more discreet design (vs some other pro camera bag)
6. Stabilizing strap to minimize movement
7. Lots of compartment for memory cards, batteries, lens cap, etc
8. Less than 3 lbs, and compact size
9. All weather cover is nice to have (and essential for professional)
10. Expandable (i.e. you can manage the divider/padding to create different size of space)
1. Only take 1 full size SLR (I tried 2 D40s + 18-55mm and it works)
2. A bit pricey (for my amateur standard)
3. Close to 3 lbs (depend on how you see it)
4. Not a backpack model (if you prefer carrying backpack type bag when photographing)
5. Can't put your regular 15 inch laptop in this bag (however you can squeeze in the 8.9 inch netbook). If you want to add your regular notebook, you will need to get the Lowepro Classified 250 AW series
6. Might be a bit too much bag/space for a quick short trip where you don't need to bring your 70-200mm f/2.Read more ›
I have the ipad 2 w/ smart cover and it is a perfect fit. A bulky case would make for a tight fit, but possible. Also, it has a strap that is almost never shown in pictures that snaps to the front AS WELL as the main strap. It keeps it from swinging freely when on a longboard or bike. Very helpful.
Hope this helps!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Everything as described. Compact and yet easy to access. Lightweight and well thought out design. Never can offer more pockets but this case is very well designed. Read morePublished on February 18, 2013 by Dollardude
I have been searching for a top loading camera bag for some time now and I had my eye on this bag as well but my primary concern was will it hold my gripped 5d mark2. Read morePublished on August 12, 2012 by Owen Bruce
I really like this bag because im able to fit my camera with lens, plus 2 extra lenses, flash and more. The bag itself doesnt look big but you can put a lot. Read morePublished on February 16, 2012 by JJ