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600 denier water-resistant polyester
|Type of Closure||Zippers|
|Exterior Dimensions||10.2 x 6.9 x 17.5" (25.9 x 17.5 x 44.5 cm) (WxDxH)|
|Interior Dimensions||9.1 x 5.4 x 15.9" (23.1 x 13.7 x 40.4 cm) (WxDxH)|
|Accommodates||D-SLR camera body with lenses, flash and accessories|
|Carrying/Transport Options||Backpack harness
Detachable waist belt
|Weight||2.87 lbs (1.3kg)|
I recently reviewed Kata 3n1-33 which is my main travel pack for camera equipment. However, as I mentioned in that review, there are better choices if you need a backpack for hiking – for that I prefer the Lowepro Flipside 300.
I use this bag for my Canon 5D Mark IV. attached to the camera is my Canon 70-200mm f/2.8L II glass and they both fit perfectly in it. For a grab and go day bag this is ideal. I took it on my first trip just yesterday to the coast, and it worked well!
I have this backpack for 8 months now, and I'am loving it. I can cary one DSLR, three lenses, charger, memory cards, extra batteries, cables, one full size tripod and a small one. When it's needed I can also put my action camera whit accessories and lights.
I have used the LowePro Slingshot bags in the past, and found them to be perfectly adequate, but this bag's design is ideal for the shooter that likes to frequently change lenses in the field.
Found the perfect bag to carry the D700 with Sigma 150-500 attached: LowePro Flipside 300. Leaves plenty of room for accessories. It even has a clip on the front to carry a monopod/tripod.
The Flipside is far superior to the Lowepro Slingshot series, Tamrac Velocity series, and lumbar packs like the Moutainsmith Photo Tour. The most significant difference is the level of support provided. Ergonomically, the Flipside maintains symmetry throughout your body.
Brilliant design, Security, Ergonomics
Not the most comfortable pack, Price
Don't get this if you plan on carrying more than 4 or 5 lenses and a single camera body.
Great bag for a kit of about 4 to 5 lenses (one lens attached to a single body) and a flash. Heres what I have in the bag, 40D with 30mm attached, 150mm vertical in the center column, and a wide angle 11-16 and 50mm along the left side of the 150 with a 430exII, battery charger and dust blower along...
Honestly, I should have bought the all black version, the red is not really red but more of a maroon color.
I like the design, the quality and the weight.
This camera bag is awesome. Very light and with a lot of space to carry your gear. I use it with my Canon 7D/Gripped with Canon 70-200 f/2.8 attached and still have space for the 24-105mm or 35mm or even the 17-40mm. There are some pockets to save your MC & Cable.
I wish I bought the Flipside 300 Backpack years ago.It's Comfortable. Lenses, Flash & camera are secure.The waist belt is useful for changing lenses especially in wet, dirty environments.
Very well-made and customizable product carries my Olympus M-1 MII +4 lenses, three short and one very long. There is also a zipper pack for small items that can be removed to make room for another lens. I haven't used the tripod carrier yet, but it is located where it should be, in the center.