Lowepro Pro Runner 300 AW DSLR Backpack (Pine Green)
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- All Weather AW Cover protects camera and gear from the elements
- Removable, padded inserts with adjustable dividers allows for complete customization of camera kit
- Hideaway Tripod Mount with foldout holder, cam lock buckles and straps to secure a compact tripod or monopod to the front of the backpack; top cam lock buckle and strap tucks into pocket when not in use
- Discreet front pocket offers quick access to and organization for personal items like a light jacket, cell phone, MP3 player and camera manual.
- Fits a DSLR with attached lens (up to 70-200mm f/2.8) plus 3-4 lenses/flash and accessories; tripod or monopod; personal items
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|Item Dimensions||17.3 x 13 x 7.5 inches|
|Item Display Weight||7.2 pounds|
|Item Weight||3.09 pounds|
|Manufacturer Warranty Description||Limited Lifetime|
|Shipping Weight||3.17 pounds|
The Pro Runner 300 AW DSLR backpacks delivers a compact, streamlined and urban-inspired solution for photographers who carry their gear through crowded airports and busy city streets. This feature-filled design fits a camera, tripod and accessories, plus a few personal items, in a highly organized pack. From its fully padded interior to its patented, built-in All Weather AW Cover, the Pro Runner AW thoroughly safeguards valuable gear. Each pack includes: a Hideaway Tripod Mount system; rainflap lids; SlipLock attachment loops; multiple storage pockets; memory card pockets; and more.
Top customer reviews
Canon 6d dslr with zoom L lens.
2 external flashes
Gel filters for flashes
2 remote wireless triggers for flashes
2 Camera batteries with wall charger, lots of AA batteries
Macro extension tube set
Add-on UV and polarized filters
And camera tripod clipped on externally
LOVE this pack, zippers always work well, holds a lot, and it's fairly light.
Would buy it again if I were to but a new one.
Have in bag: Sony a700 DSLR with Sigma 17-70 lens attached with hood, Sony 70-200 2.8 with hood reversed, Sigma 28-200 with hood, 100 mm macro lens, Sony FM58 flash with case, Promaster LED120Plus ligt, light meter, a700 vertical grip, compact binoculars, batteries and chargers for camera and flash, card reader, Rogue lig bender with difuser, tabletop tripod, lens and camera cleaning materials, along with various cords, and memory cards.
Allows me to carry enough equipment so I am ready for just about any situation that may arise. I'm one of those people that never leaves home without a camera. I am not a professional, just an advance amateur.
Items are not stuffed or cramped in the bag. the external shape and sizeis the same full as empty. Weighs 15 pounds with all items, which is not that bad. Adding my monopod will add a couple pounds, should i decide to strap it on. Usually use monopod as walking stick. Tripods are Bogen, I carry them with their shoulder strap due to their size and weight.
I would highly recommend ths bag for its size, layout and quality. Lowepro's customer service was plesant and helpful in answering all my questions and concerns. Called their customer service a couple times prior to purchasing. Was comparing to Case Logic DCB-309. Case Logics customer was not as friendly or forth coming as Lowepro.
Most of them except the longer Voightlander Nokton and the Oly 75-300 zoom go in vertically which really saves space.
I also have room for an Oly flash and the necessary batteries and whatnot. A Lumiquest softbox fits nicely in the outside compartment.
One gripe is that there is only one zippered compartment on the inside of the lid. I am used to having several so I can keep batteries in one and cards in another etc. Not a big deal, just curious why Lowepro did it this way.
This bag replaces a "messenger" style bag I have been using. The messenger style is not useful for small micro four thirds lenses because the case is deep and you end up having to stack the lenses on top of one another. Not good. This case is much easier to use.
The tripod attachment works fine as does the rain cover. All in all and for the bargain price I paid it is a keeper.
Side pockets for bottle water, also room for a vest. Oh yeah, it also has a rain cover for the bag.
Do I need a bigger bag, not for me for sure. It could get heavy when fully geared.
In all, a very well designed medium size camera backpack. I highly recommend it.
It allows her the flexibility to adjust compartments to fit her gear. It also gives good protection.
The backpack straps are not the most comfortable, but honestly, we usually just use the carry handle.
It also seems to be strongly built.
When we travel she brings this and a smaller bag for short excursions when she does not need multiple lenses.