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Waterproof plastic-coated nylon
: Water-resistant 600 denier TXP and 2000 denier ballistic nylon
|Type of Closure||
zipper for DryPod
Zipper and buckle for backpack
|Exterior Dimensions||14.5 x 11.5 x 19" (36.83 x 29.21 x 48.26cm) (WxDxH)|
|Interior Dimensions||12 x 6.0 x 17" (30.48 x 15.24 x 43.18cm) (WxDxH)|
|Accommodates||Large film or digital Pro SLR; 4-5 lenses including a lens up to a 300mm f/2.8, with hood reversed, flash and accessories
Compact medium format system
Small field camera system
|Carrying/Transport Options||Contoured shoulder harness
|Weight||7.39 lbs (3.35kg)|
Being a photo editor for an outdoor sports magazine is a pretty great gig, especially at a place like
This pack has been out quite a while and would benefit from some minor updates and cosmetic additions, but is still the best water-resistant/proof camera bag on the market. It is fantastic.
I bought this bag for a recent multi-day whitewater rafting trip. It's one of the only options out there if you want a waterproof pack. It kept all my gear perfectly dry, and performed great under the wet conditions.
I'm sure the other reviews cover the positive aspects of this bag. It's adjustable, it holds a lot, etc. Here's my story: I used this bag a few times with no issues. At first, I put everything inside into their own gallon sized ziplocs for extra insurance, but after a few trips with no issues I...
I got this bag for my Canon Rebel T1i, for a Grand Canyon 4 day rafting trip. It easily fit my camera body and 3 lenses, batteries, etc. I used it as a carry-on on the plane so I wouldn't be checking my stuff.
This bag looks so cool! It seems super useful that it is waterproof. I haven't used the bag, but I would imagine that being waterproof would be an essential feature for photographing in the rain and near bodies of water. I also really like that the bag is yellow.
I only use this bag when I go to photograph waterfalls. Even empty is is pretty heavy. The harnest of the weist band dosen't work for me since I am 72" tall, the belt rest in my stomach.
I have the smaller version, the Dryzone 100 which they do not make any longer. I just recently went to take it on a work trip to Fiji only to find that the T-zip was broken at the very end of the zipper where it is supposed to "lock" the bag to provide waterproof protection, right where the place...
I have had one of these for many years. I have used it to carry my underwater camera for several years. Over the years I have noticed that Lowepro has updated this pack. One of the features that they updated was the dry zipper. The newer versions have bigger teeth.
I used to work for a high end tourism company in Chilean Patagonia. Instead of a hotel, this was a luxury vessel traveling into the most remotes areas of the fjord's regions. From the ship, we departed on high speed RIB, helicopters, jetboats, kayaks and all sort of devices to access the most...
Have used this for the last 7 years in extreme wet and dry (sandy) environments all over the globe. It will keep everything out. And yes it will float if you do not have too much gear inside. Fill it and it will sink. Also, you need to do your part - maintain the wet seal.