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|Package Weight||1.8 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||16.0 x 10.0 x 8.0"|
|Tripod Holder||Yes, mesh side pocket for a mini tripod or water bottle|
|Waist Belt||Adjustable with a quick release buckle|
|Carrying/Transport Options||Top haul strap Padded, adjustable shoulder straps with chest connector|
|Material||600D polyester and 210D nylon|
|Interior Dimensions||7.7 x 4.3 x 5.9" / 19.5 x 11.0 x 15.0 cm|
|Exterior Dimensions||10.8 x 7.3 x 18.5" / 27.5 x 18.5 x 47.0 cm|
|Weight||1.8 lb / 0.8 kg|
|Volume||4.2 gal / 16 L|
|Type of Closure||Zipper|
Love this backpack. It's fairly comfortable, streamlined and useful for my every day use or day hikes. LOVE that it is about more than just holding the camera gear. The top compartment holds quite a lot including my wallet, keys, hygiene essentials, journal, snacks and photography extras when needed...
Great for traveling with small mirrorless, iPad and other items..
Hands down my favorite camera travel bag. Super light and sturdy. Whether it's a hike or trip to Europe this bag is small and subtle enough that it doesn't draw attention as a camera bag. It's versatile and can be used as a regular backpack if needed (take out the camera compartment).
I'm very happy with this pack. I bought it to replace a bulkier, less comfortable pack for a trip to Alaska. It was a tight fit but I was able to fit a D750 with a 28-300mm lens on the camera and a large 35mm Sigma Art lens in the hatch.
I recently purchased the Lowepro Photo Hatchback Series BP 150 AW II backpack for my Olympus Micro-Four Thirds camera. The smaller 150 size works well with my non-DSLR camera. The removable compartment on the back has been useful for car rides or short walks around town so my load is smaller.
This pack is a small, 50% camera-dedicated piece of gear that is great for the right uses and people.I am a 6"2", 185 lb outdoor enthusiast, and this pack is, of course, only useful for very light loads. It is able to handle enough gear/food for training trails.
Super comfortable, practical and spacious for all things you need - as amateur or semi experienced. The space for camera is well protected and flexible to adapt to many camera sizes and lens. As a beginner, I only have one lens and could see clearly I can have at least two more without issues.
Very well constructed and comfortable to carry as a backpack. My only criticism concerns the handle part which is thin and not as comfortable to carry if loaded with gear. As a whole, I am very satisfied with it.
As the title says, it's a very solid backpack and has worked wonderfully for me on the shoots I've been on. However the only thing to be warned of is that it will be a bit small when trying to store a Nikon D810 (and cameras of similar sizes) and a lens in the camera compartment.
I've had this forabout 1.5 years and have found this to be a perfect lightweight pack for a day out shooting on trails or in the city.I'll generally keep my camera around my neck, leaving the upper and lower compartments for all sorts of different items depending on the situation.