Lowepro Photo Classic Bp 300 Aw, Protect and Organize Your Photo Gear in This High-Capacity DSLR Camera Backpack, Black, (LP36975-PWW)
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- Fits dslr with attached 70-200mm lens, 3 to 4 extra lenses
- Also fits 10'' tablet, compact tripod (exterior) and accessories
- Roomy, padded & adjustable interior makes it easy to customize
- All-day comfort with a padded, mesh back pad & shoulder straps
- Built-in all weather aw cover to protect entire pack from rain
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Photo Classic BP 300 AW
Protect and organize your photo gear in this high-capacity DSLR camera backpack.
Photo Classic BP 300 AW - Essential. Roomy. Protective.
Plenty of space to organize a full kit of lenses and camera, plus exceptional internal padding, makes this pack a no-nonsense workhorse. The roomy, padded and fully adjustable interior makes it easy to customize your current gear, plus new accessories as you expand your kit.
Protection Inside & Out
The included All Weather AW Cover acts as a raincoat for your backpack, protecting the entire pack and gear from rain, snow, dust and sand. The CradleFit tablet pocket suspends your device inside the bag for added protection.
High Capacity DSLR Backpack
Expand your carry capacity with the exterior, bungee-style strap system; it includes a drawstring toggle for easy adjustments. Use the hidden tripod cup holder to secure a tripod, monopod or trekking poles to the pack.
The Perfect Photo Backpack For All Your Gear
The Photo Classic BP 300 AW fits a DSLR with attached lens (up to 70-200mm), 3 to 4 extra lenses or other accessories, multiple action cameras (like GoPro or Contour), 10" tablet, and a tripod (attached to the exterior of the bag).
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Things I DO like about it: The bag is deeper than my Canon one, allowing me to stand lenses up on their end instead of laying them down, my Canon 100mm f2.8 macro and Canon EFS 18-135mm f3.5 zoom being the tallest ones. This has freed up a lot of space and I fit all my equipment from my old bag (2 DSLR bodies, 6 lenses, and a few filters) and in addition, have three spaces to spare all while it’s no wider or taller than my old bag. I like the rigid bag construction so it doesn’t slump from weight. My Canon bag was softer and didn’t carry weight well and it made carrying camera gear very uncomfortable. The bottom started digging into my lumbar. I don’t have that problem with this. This bag actually feels lighter even though it has all the same gear in it. I like the back and shoulder padding. This makes hiking with this bag more comfortable. I like the option to put a lock on the zipper for travel, not that I would be letting anyone but me handle my camera gear but it’s good to know it’s there. I LOVE the rain fly to protect from rain and dust. I’m a landscape photographer so having something to protect my bag and its contents from the elements is wonderful
Things I DON’T like about it. I kinda don’t like the way the tripod secures. The tripod feet go into a pouch on the bottom of the bag and the top is held by a buckle wrapped around it (I included pictures of this since it’s not included in the product pictures) but the way it secures to the top makes it so you have to take the tripod off in order to open the bag. That means if I’m mostly hand holding my camera and I want to switch lenses, I have to take the tripod off every time, adding another step. I still like it better than the single pull-tighten strap on the side of my Canon bag though. My tripod was always swinging and hitting my elbow. The second thing I don’t like is the pocket storage, or lack thereof. There’s really only one medium sized pocket on the inside to put things like filters, batteries, lens wipes, and other misc small gear in and it fills up pretty fast because it’s a low profile pocket. You’ll see in my picture that they wasted a big space below the inside pocket where they could’ve put another one. Really poor designing. The two small netted pockets on the sides aren’t really big enough to hold anything larger than a few filters or batteries and the zippered pocket on the front is way too slim to fit anything but the provided rain fly. Maybe a color card. That’s about it. But carrying four spare batteries will really pack the inside pocket pretty good. This is one thing my Canon bag has over this one.
Bottom line: The pros outweigh the cons and this was a relatively inexpensive bag so I will make it work.
I had hoped I wouldn’t have to break the camera down much, but in my first go, it seemed prudent to do so. This is no failure of the product at all but a compromise to allow for convenient carry of a bulky camera system.
The bag is well made and designed for its intended purpose, and even for a large, medium format system, is suitable for the task. It would easily fit in an overhead, possibly under a seat, but I would be hesitant to check it. The padding is well done and adequate for the use of an amateur, or a professional not needing to carry a studio in a bag. With Mamiya rig, if I left the wide angle lens home in favor of a flash, I might be able to do portraits.
The bag’s hardware is completely adequate to its task, and the interior is well laid out to accommodate the larger camera. I found I was able to double-cushion the body placed at the bottom of the bag with an unused divider, a welcome discovery. There are numerous Velcro strips around the interior of the bag, allowing one to arrange their equipment in nearly any way imaginable.
A fully loaded RB can weigh nearly 10 pounds on the tripod, so having a nicely made, evenly balanced shoulder bag is a real blessing. I recommend this bag highly to the Medium Format community for carrying your RB/RZs, Hassys, Pentax 67s, Universal Presses, Zenzas, Texas Leicas, Rolleis, C-Series, and other larger film cameras for casual work with a lens or two. You GX680 owners will need to go bigger.
4 x 5” field camera aficions could consider this bag, after careful measurement of your gear.
Great value for the money!