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Lowepro LP36615-PWW Urban Reporter 250 Camera Bag (Black)

4.4 out of 5 stars 30 customer reviews
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  • Refined and easy-access messenger-style photo bag is discreet and versatile
  • Removable camera insert with adjustable dividers helps organize kit
  • Dedicated laptop/tablet compartment with soft, quilted lining and protective padding
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Style: 250

Urban Reporter is a refined, easy-access and versatile messenger bag that lets you hit the streets with your full camera kit, laptop or tablet and lots of accessories.

Product Information

Style:250
Product Dimensions 15.3 x 6.7 x 11.2 inches
Item Weight 2.6 pounds
Shipping Weight 2.7 pounds
ASIN B00F5JMYLE
Item model number LP36615-PWW
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4.4 out of 5 stars 30 customer reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #2,338 in Camera & Photo > Camera & Photo Accessories > Bags & Cases > Camera Cases
Date first available at Amazon.com September 27, 2013

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Style Name: 350 Verified Purchase
I've always loved Lowepro products due to their high quality and durability. I have been searching for the perfect shoulder bag to carry a Canon body and at least two lenses plus gear and a tablet/laptop and one that is not too soft or stiff. The largest Event Messenger 250 is a great bag but it's too small. I have the ProMessenger 200AW and although my favorite bag for design, it is too soft and mushy. Impossible to set it down without it falling over. The bag just mushes in around the gear sometimes making it hard to get the gear out. If you stuff the bag with gear it would be ok but if not full it would be mushy. So that brings me to the latest Urban Reporter 350. Although the largest of the three bags it's not too large for me (being 6'4"/215#) to carry around. Maybe for someone in smaller stature? I like the material as it blends lightweight almost nylon feeling with a small blend of canvas. Perfect! The bag is ALMOST stiff enough for me. I actually added a flat 1/4" square piece of hard foam in the bag between the outer and inner shell. Without the bag completely full this made it just right in stiffness of the bag. I can set it down without it tumbling over and a lens tumbling over in the heat of the moment.

Things I like: the inner shell has a flap. I turn the shell around so the flap folds backward increasing security while carrying. I like the matierial. I like the long shoulder strap. I like the side pockets. I love the back zipped pocket so that I can put the bag around a rollerboard suitcase handle adding ease of use and security while traveling. I love the lightweight of the bag. I love that I can put lens down a Canon body with battery grip and 70-200 IS 2.8 lens, and still be able to close the flap.
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Style Name: 350
The bag materials and design are great with one exception which makes it useless for me: the flap uses a snap closure rather than the more standard plastic male/female design. For me the current snap closure requires two hands to open or close while the male/female plastic design clips used by Lowepro and others on many bags can be done with one hand. I normally open a bag with one hand, remove the camera with the other, and then close and snap it shut. I have noted that some bags are now released apparently without field testing by photographers. I bought a bag( not the 350) recently, and after using it realized how it had to be modified, went to an outdoor supply company (REI), bought the needed materials, and brought them to a shoe repair facility that had the heavy sewing machine for alterations. I got this idea from the late Galen Rowell who did this often.
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Style Name: 250 Verified Purchase
This is probably the worst Lowepro bag I used so far. I am quite disappointed with this bags build and comfort. The stitching and materials are no where near of what is expected from a $150 bag. The laptop is completely exposed to minor rain and snow from huge opening on both sides of the top flap that has no way of covering up, and the flap is just too loose. Not to mention how awful it is to open each time. I got this to be used mainly as a messenger bag to carry my laptop and even with a 13-inch retina MacBook(quite light) and a light book, this bag quite uncomfortable for a small walk. I have no idea how they expect me to be comfortable carrying a dslr with multiple lenses in this bag! I so wish I had gotten the think tank retrospective 13L instead which is cheaper and has better features. The only reason I gave this a 2 star instead of 1 is that it looks good. Would not recommend anyone to buy this. I wish I could return it, don't​ know if they will take this back now that I have used it.
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Style Name: 350 Verified Purchase
I LOVE this bag! I bought mainly because it was one of the only bags that would hold my 15" laptop and I needed something to put my off camera flashes and accessories into because I ran it is room in my pelican case. It seems to be super high quality and is really stylish. It's also HUGE! Easily fit my canon mark III with my 70-200 attached as well as my mark II with my 24-70 and some speed lights! Seriously, love it. Buy it. You won't regret it.
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Style Name: 350 Verified Purchase
I've been looking for the perfect bag for my camera and computer equipment and I finally found it. It is a bit large so it won't fit under the seat in a plane. On the other hand it holds a lot of stuff. I put my camera, 3 lenses, batteries, etc., plus my 15" laptop and 2 portable hard drive. I really love this bag!
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Style Name: 350 Verified Purchase
Nice bag, with some complaints. The positive is that it's nicely priced, probably because it's on closeout. It's a good size for long lenses, while still remaining reasonably compact. It can store a 70-200 f/2.8 lens mounted on a camera as well as a 150-600 size lens not on a camera, with enough room left over for 2-3 shorter lenses and accessories.

The down side is the design, which is a little awkward to work with. The top padding isn't connected to the top flap, which makes it clumsy, and the front straps are also awkward to work with. No simple velcro and/or buckles like most other bags. I still give it a good rating simply because you'll pay 4-6x as much for a similar but better designed bag from a company like ThinkTank.
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