Lowepro Outback 300 AW Camera Backpack (Black)
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- Fast-access lid lets you 'work out of the bag' with ease
- Adjustable, padded dividers so you can arrange cameras and accessories to suit your needs
- Large, U-shaped zipper pulls and zipper tabs are easy to grasp and provide added leverage - even in wet and cold conditions
- One-piece foam framing provides superior protection at critical points and corners
- All Weather AW Cover protects the bag and its contents from harmful elements such as rain, dust, sand, etc.
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|Item Dimensions||12.4 x 9.3 x 21.7 inches|
|Item Display Weight||1.32 Kilograms|
|Item Weight||2.91 pounds|
|Manufacturer Warranty Description||Limited Lifetime|
|Shipping Weight||3.15 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
It also has a shoulder strap and a belt strap so it has 2 points of support to feel comfortable.
When fully loaded, I managed to carry a D3 with 50mm 1.2, D300s with lens removed, an 80-200 2.8, 105mm 2.8, 85mm 1.8, 35mm 1.8, 11-16mm Tokina 2.8, SB-800 flash, SC-29 cable and another 50mm 1.4.
It is really too big to be comfortably used as a waist bag, you MUST use the supplied shoulder strap. It will also give your shoulder lots of abuse.
The all weather cover is unusable with the shoulder strap attached. And the bag will fall below your waist from the weight without the shoulder strap.
The sliplock cases provided are of horrible quality. If you do not put anything inside, the straps that hold them in place will crush them into wrinkled foam. And if you remove them from the bag, you are left with 2 ugly flaps that are too big to be hidden in the slots provided.
The top flap that provides access to all your gear is hard to open, your body and the shoulder strap gets in the way. This is good for security but goes against "easily accessible" toploader functions.
This bag is clumsy, and seems to be trying too hard to do what a $100 bag should be able to do.
as well as the accessories.
kind of to big to carry on the waist......
the photo does not justify the size.... it is enormous...
I was eager to receive this bag and even paid extra to receive the bag overnight. What a wast of money for overnight shipping! Yes the bag is huge. However the straps that go around ones waist are not. And that is not mentioned any place in the description of the bag. So if you have a waist of 48 or larger DON'T think about purchasing this bag. As it will not fit you. That being said the bag is very nice. I had packed everything into the bag. My Sony a65 with a 50mm lens fit nicely. I could not put the a65 with the a Tamron AF 18-270mm VC ultra zoom in the bag together as they did not fit nor would the a65 mounted to a Tamron AF 10-24mm f/3.5-4.5 SP while trying to carry 3 other lens's and other gear. The outside bags were not used because I was try to gain some extra length in the straps so I could fit the bag around my waist. The bag is quite large to begin with. I also tried the shoulder strap and found the bag just weighed to much and was way to bulky, and bounced around way to much. So I can't recommend this bag to anyone. The bag is just way to big & bulky to start with do a good job at what it was designed to be. A around the waist camera bag.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Excellent camera backpack for the photographer who has a professional grade DSLR with a grip attached. The Outback has ample room for the camera body and a 70-200mm lens. Read morePublished on March 22, 2013 by Darryl Bryant
I bought this bag for when I shoot events. After reading the specs and some other reviews I bought it. This bag fits more then I anticipated and is very comfortable. Read morePublished on November 21, 2010 by Cynthia F. Shaffer