Lowepro TopLoader 75AW

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Brand
Lowepro
Interior Size
7W x 6D x 12.5H in. / 18 x 15 x 32 cm
Exterior size
8.70W x 8.50D x 12.6H
Material
water-resistant 600D TXP™ ripstop and 2000D ballistic nylon
Colour
Black
Bag Holds
large pro SLR (including Nikon® F5) with attached 80–200mm f/2.8 lens (most makes) and hood (reverse

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A pro-quality holster bag that’s a shoulder bag, chest pack or — with an optional S&F Deluxe Waistbelt — a beltpack. Great for sports, nature photography and travel, with hands-free movement and instant access to gear through the reverse-open lid. Includes a DryFlo™ mesh-covered backpad, All Weather Cover™, Chest Harness, and attachment loops for SlipLock™ Pouches, Lens Cases and other SlipLock™ add-ons.

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Now, for you wide body cam boys, here is a view from overhead. As you can see, there is *plenty* of room for the D2H and similar. There is extra padding that can be removed running the length of the bag to the sides of the cam. The extra piece of pad you see above my cam is designed to alter the depth of the bag by velcro attachment. I first placed it in the bottom of the bag for extra padding and the zipper would close but is too tight. That pad is approx 7/16ths thick. I intend to get a 1/8" piece of closed cell foam to place in the bottom for a little extra padding. If you are careful with your gear, the existing bottom padding is enough -- but "just".
Reviewed by Guest July 22, 2014
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Now, for you wide body cam boys, here is a view from overhead. As you can see, there is *plenty* of room for the D2H and similar. There is extra padding that can be removed running the length of the bag to the sides of the cam. The extra piece of pad you see above my cam is designed to alter the depth of the bag by velcro attachment. I first placed it in the bottom of the bag for extra padding and the zipper would close but is too tight. That pad is approx 7/16ths thick. I intend to get a 1/8" piece of closed cell foam to place in the bottom for a little extra padding. If you are careful with your gear, the existing bottom padding is enough -- but "just".

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The tag on the back of the bag reads, "Toploader 75 AW". The bag measures 12 5/8" deep to the top lip at the rear of the bag at the deepest point. There is approx 1/4" compressable padding in both the top and bottom. My Nikon D70 / 70-200mm VR f/2.8/TC14EII measures 12 11/16" at the longest point including lens cap *and* UV filter, lens hood reversed. The combo slips in the bag and zips up with NO stress on the zipper AT ALL. No doubt the bag is full end to end but, all things considered, it is a perfect fit.
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Reviewed by Guest July 22, 2014
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Equipment in bag
Nikon D2 with 70-200mm VR f/2.8 lens attached (hood reversed) ,
Nikon 17-35mm f/2.8D ED-IF AF-S or 28-70mm f/2.8 in side pouch,
sliplock side cases (optional),
Nikon 1.4x TC E in bottom pocket.
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Reviewed by Guest July 22, 2014
Last updated: July 23, 2014
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Are you looking for a small bag but are worried about not having enough space for extra lenses? Don't think a backpack that you have to take off every time you want to get at your camera is the only option.

You may want to check out the Lowepro Toploader 75AW. This is a very slim yet versatile bag. It consists of a deep main compartment, with a two way zipper on the top for very easy camera access and a front cargo pocket that can be made into two sections and accessed from the top or bottom. The AW in it's name stands for All Weather as it has a rain cover that straps over the top zippered area to prevent leaks. The great thing about this bag is there are two carrying methods, shoulder strap or Chest rig (included)

Now I know your thinking dam, I have a long lens or lenses where the hell am I gona put them? I must need a larger bag… Nope!

Though the bag is small the dimensions are deep and wide enough to hold a professional SLR body with grip even when coupled to such lenses as the Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS USM or Canon EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS USM (hoods reversed) or two smaller lenses. There is a slim area beside the length of the lens for accessories such as a blower or off shoe cord. The top lid has a zippered pocket to hold media and lens cloths. While the front cargo pocket is large enough to hold a pro flash and a few other items.

Sounds good but I have multiple large lenses that I just cant go without.

This is where the versatility of the bag really comes into play. Use of lens cases (sold sep) and the Slip Lock system allow you to up your capacity to a Pro SLR body + three large sized lenses or water bottle.
Reviewed by Guest July 22, 2014
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Are you looking for a small bag but are worried about not having enough space for extra lenses? Don't think a backpack that you have to take off every time you want to get at your camera is the only option.

You may want to check out the Lowepro Toploader 75AW. This is a very slim yet versatile bag. It consists of a deep main compartment, with a two way zipper on the top for very easy camera access and a front cargo pocket that can be made into two sections and accessed from the top or bottom. The AW in it's name stands for All Weather as it has a rain cover that straps over the top zippered area to prevent leaks. The great thing about this bag is there are two carrying methods, shoulder strap or Chest rig (included)

Now I know your thinking dam, I have a long lens or lenses where the hell am I gona put them? I must need a larger bag… Nope!

Though the bag is small the dimensions are deep and wide enough to hold a professional SLR body with grip even when coupled to such lenses as the Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS USM or Canon EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS USM (hoods reversed) or two smaller lenses. There is a slim area beside the length of the lens for accessories such as a blower or off shoe cord. The top lid has a zippered pocket to hold media and lens cloths. While the front cargo pocket is large enough to hold a pro flash and a few other items.

Sounds good but I have multiple large lenses that I just cant go without.

This is where the versatility of the bag really comes into play. Use of lens cases (sold sep) and the Slip Lock system allow you to up your capacity to a Pro SLR body + three large sized lenses or water bottle.

Equipment list in bag

Camera Make/Model
Equipment in bag
Canon EOS 20D + Vertical grip
Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS USM with tripod collar
Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8L USM
Canon EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 USM
Canon 580EX Speedlite
Charger
Extra battery
Off shoe cord2
Remote switch RS-80E3
cleaning cloth
extra media
tripod mounting plate
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Reviewed by Guest July 22, 2014
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Here's my toploader, with a Lowepro softcase secured to the side, which stores the lens not used. I keep the Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS USM on the camera most of the time:
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Lowepro Toploader 75 AW can be strap on and shoulder strap, or shoulder harness, or S&F belt.
Reviewed by Guest July 22, 2014
Last updated: July 23, 2014
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Lowepro Toploader 75 AW can be strap on and shoulder strap, or shoulder harness, or S&F belt.

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Equipment in bag
Canon EOS 1D Mk II N body with Canon EF 70-200mm f/4 (with hood reverse), or a Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8 (with hood)
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