Lowepro Inverse 200 AW Camera Beltpack (Black)
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- Fits a Pro DSLR with medium zoom lens attached and 2 extra lenses OR 70-200mm lens attached in horizontal position plus extra lens
- 3D contoured mesh lumbar belt with dual-adjust system evenly distributes weight and provides extra comfort
- Quick-access top offers optimal ease-of-use while working out of pack
- Patented, built-in All Weather AW Cover protects gear from the elements
- Detachable, padded shoulder strap provides extra carrying option
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|Compatible Devices||1 pro DSLR|
|Item Dimensions||8.8 x 12.9 x 8.6 inches|
|Item Display Weight||3 pounds|
|Item Weight||2.12 pounds|
|Manufacturer Warranty Description||Limited Lifetime|
|Shipping Weight||2.2 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
I bought the Inverse 200 because I found my Lowepro Photorunner just a tad tight when I needed to carry anything more than my D80+mounted medium zoom+a single small spare lens. I still use and like the Photorunner, especially with just the body+small lens, but the Inverse has severage advantages:
* I can carry the above gear, plus a flash and a digital recorder with enough space to actually pull things in and out as I'm working. If you have to cram stuff into a bag, you eventually stop using it.
* The belt is padded, which makes a big difference if you wear the bag all day. And it's comfortable worn up front with the bag at my stomach. With the double-zip top, it works like a shelf: I can swap out gear without ever removing the bag.
* Unlike the Photorunner, it has a two straps, with quick-releases, that run across the bottom, which I sometimes use to carry a light-weight tripod or light jacket.
* It has a decent sized front pocket that flips open enough to use--unlike the Photorunner's unpleated, flush-mounted pocket. And the snug-up section between the pocket and the main compartment easily holds a light wind-rain shell, hat, and gloves. I've never had anything fall out of that area, but then I always snug up the straps before setting off again.
* It comes with the AW (all-weather) cover, which is important if you're out hiking in the rain (or caught in a city downpour for that matter). It also provides a key dust barrier when you're in windy, desert conditions.Read more ›
Because of one review I read, I was concerned that it would "flop" open. Or that it would be "huge".... or too small. The one reviewer that said their gear looked like it might fall out everytime they bent over.... all I can think is that they must have been doing weird yoga moves because I find that the bag does nothing of the sort. Things are very secure in this bag.
And, as far as the size....... Well, I guess I'm Goldylocks.... because this bag is JUST THE RIGHT SIZE! I wanted something to carry a few of my photographic needs for extended walks, hikes, short trips, etc. I like lumbar bags or as some call them "fanny packs" because your equipment is so very very much more accessable than in a back pack. I often wear the thing in front and everything is immediatly accessable. This bag is just the right size. You don't want to load any bag with so much gear that it weighs you down. And, the belt can be tucked in and you can use it as a small shoulder bag with the shoulder strap. Or you can carry it as a small hand bag by the hand straps if that's what you prefer. If I'm going to do a big photo shoot and I want all of my gear, I take a much larger bag that holds all of my lenses (I have 7) and all of my accessories etc..
I find that in the Inverse 200AW I can carry my D300, a few filters, lense cleaning gear, my two do almost anything lenses: 70-300 and my 16-55, several memory storage cards, a tripod clamp, and a few small accessories ....with plenty of room to spare for a light wind breaker and I can clip a water bottle on the outside.Read more ›
As an amateur SLR shooter I need a bag that is portable and comfortable so that I will want to carry the camera with me. As an amateur on a budget, I choose to buy quality prime lenses (24mm/f2.4; 50mm/f1.8; 85mm/f1.8) and one ultra wide angle zoom (10-24mm/f4) that I now have to fit into the bag. (All of these lenses combined were less than the cost of one wide aperture zoom lens.) But the tradeoff is that I need quick access to the lenses to swap them in and out. This bag give me that access with some key features:
1.) The one handed pull-top to open the main compartment of the bag. Please note that by pulling one of the two zippers on the top `around the corner' you effectively disable this feature. Useful for sketchy locations and nosey three year olds...
2.) The Velcro on the wall of the bag is 7 inches wide. So if I have to move the dividers a little to accommodate a lens, I have a lot of options and can do it quickly. (I have access to old cannon lenses from my film days that I occasionally carry.)
3.) If you install a small cord connecting the two zippers across the top of the bag you effectively have a one-handed closure system as well.
4.) The waist strap and other waist strap adjustments let me set the bag up so it doesn't sag. That `shelf' makes changing lenses easy as well.
5.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great bag to have around your waist if you want your camera/lenses to be accessed quickly. I use it with my Sony a6300 mirrorless camera and it's great for this purpose and 3... Read morePublished 17 days ago by Aiden
I must admit that I purchased several camera cases prior to the Lowepro, but there was always something missing from each. This Lowepro fits my needs perfectly. Read morePublished 23 days ago by J. L. Miller
I bought this to carry my camera on short day hikes. The bag is comfortable with good storage. I was able to put my Nikon D610, with the 28-300 attached and a prime 50mm with some... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Loric
Great quality. Plenty room. Little too big hence 4 stars. Well made.Published 4 months ago by Ali Dadgar
Very nice bag and can get a lot in it but as a female it was a little too big for me so I returned it for the reason of four stars. Otherwise, I would highly recommend it. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Roise
Great pack, awesome for clipping to your chest on a backpack for expeditionsPublished 5 months ago by Andrew
Great camera case. Perfect size for my Canon Rebel T5 with an 18-200 mm zoom lens. Swings around from back to side to front for quick access to camera. Read morePublished 6 months ago by SLK