computers : digital storage Reviews - 11/1/2018

computers : digital storage Reviews - 11/1/2018

Lowepro Photo Hatchback BP 250 AW II Camera Case (Midnight Blue/Gray)

Category

computers, digital storage

Price

$74.59

SKU:

B01C4ABBDI

Product Rating

4.5 / 5

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  • The Photo Hatchback BP 250 AW II fits a DSLR with attached lens (such as 18-105mm), 2 extra lenses, action camera, accessories and personal items, and a 10" tablet
  • Features secure, body-side access with a hatch-style opening
  • Store, organize and protect your photo/action video gear in the removable camera compartment. Remove the camera compartment and use as a full daypack
  • Keep your 10-inch tablet right at hand in the dedicated CradleFit pocket; it suspends and protects your go-to device from impact
  • Comfortable, moisture-wicking padding at the shoulders and adjustable sternum and waist straps

The perfect bag!! By:
I absolutely love this bag! Travel with it all the time! I take it on my plane rides and it’s the perfect companion. Camera and extra lens in the bottom part, travel gear like headphone, snacks books, iPad in top and side. Couldn’t wish for a better backpack. And it’s perfect for hiking too! Finally a bag in which I can put plenty of water and food and my camera gear!!!
Super nice! By:
A flawless bag in my opinion. Fits a Sony A6000 with a 55-210 attached with room to spare. Makes a great day bag.
Perfect for travel By:
Great bag! It doesn’t have the rigid structure of a camera bag because of the top portion which is great when traveling. I was able to carry Nikon d800, 24-70 f2.8 attached, sigma fisheye, go pro, batteries, accessories in the camera area. In the top portion I threw in my kindle, jacket, snacks, medication, water bottle, etc. and it was great as a carryon that fit under the seat. I wish the camera section was a smidge longer to fit my 70-200 but this is the bag for traveling when you want to take just a few lenses.
perfect size. Awesome every day carry bag By:
perfect size. Awesome every day carry bag. the area intended for a camera/lenses is perfect for preventing pickpocketing while travelling. Love this bag
So far it has been a great bag. I hope that it holds up over ... By:
I purchased this to put my camera in along with other items that I needed while I was on vacation. So far it has been a great bag. I hope that it holds up over time!
... sure originally about which size to buy but I'm glad I went with the 250 By:
Wasn't sure originally about which size to buy but I'm glad I went with the 250. Color is great, and the bag is quite comfortable to wear. And there was plenty of space in the camera section to house a Nikon DX body and 3 lenses, so then I had the whole top of the pack open for whatever else I wanted to bring. In a perfect world I'd have enough space to fit my 15" MPB in so I could use it as a true travel bag, but I still love the bag for what it is
It’s perfect for a day pack By:
It’s perfect for a day pack. To carry a camera and a few lens then on top it great for a jacket, hat and snacks
Also nice design and quality By:
Big enough for all my camera stuff. I tought my macbook air would fit into the bag, but it doesn't. It was my mistake, cause the description says it is just for tablets. It also has enough room for jackets and other stuff different from camera and lenses accesing from the top. Also nice design and quality. Good for travelers cause you can access the camera from the back and not from the front part of the bag. Specially good for unsafe places.
IT FITS MACBOOK PRO 13" ! By:
IT FITS MACBOOKPRO13!It took me forever finding out if it fits 13" laptops but no one able to give me the answer at the time, so I decided to just get it myself. It does fit Macbook both Air and Pro 13" even with a shell case. (since the new Pro model is thinner and a bit smaller)
Five Stars By:
Great bag excelent choice

Lowepro m-Trekker BP 150. Weather Resistant Travel Backpack for Mirrorless Cameras and Camera Accessories (Black)

Category

computers, digital storage

Price

$119.95

SKU:

B075MK2BFR

Product Rating

4.8 / 5

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  • Discreet design and body-side access safeguards against theft
  • Flexible interior organizes your mirrorless camera equipment
  • CradleFit compartment protects up to a 12” laptop or 13” tablet
  • Available in durable Gray Canvex or Black Cordura
  • All Weather AW Cover provides protection from the elements

Awesome Bag for a Great Price By:
Very well made, comfortable, and i was astonished at how much storage room was in the bag. Really impressed.
Good mirrorless choice By:
I bought for a trip to Europe. Looks clean and very light loaded with xt1, 35mm fuji, 12mm rokinon and 300mm rokinon, batteries and cards. Everything fit very well. I have many bags but I like this doesn’t have a waist strap and also have a little extra room on top for other non camera stuff.
Great product, compact and secure By:
This is the perfect camera bag for my needs. It's rather small, but it'll handle 4-5 lenses perfectly fine. It's inconspicuous. It wouldn't look out of place in a school or business setting, and the only thing that gives away the fact that it's a camera bag is the Lowepro name. The rear opening is pure genius as well. Someone would have to steal the entire bag to get to the gear inside.The camera compartment is quite rigid due to the padding, and it has padding on every side. There is about 1' of vertical space in the camera compartment, allowing you to almost fit certain travel tripods. My tripod actually fits vertically inside the camera compartment if I open up the top flap a little. Depth wise, the camera compartment spans the entire depth of the backpack, more than 4.5-5" deep and enough probably for even some DSLRs.Thoughts:This bag could do with being a bit more modular. It's pretty great already, but with a few changes, it could be fantastic.- The two center removable pillars, for example, only fit in one direction each due to the curvature of the bag.- Next, some pieces of the center pillars lack velcro points-- a continuous strip of velcro extending from both sides of the top to the bottom of the two center pillars would have been helpful.- I would have liked it if the top flap came in 3 sections as opposed to 1 large section. There is a ton of opportunity here to enable this bag to hold even quite big tripods if it had this ability.- It would be nice to have a velcro point in the top compartment to fasten the top flap, instead of letting it hang free. This ties into my 3 section suggestion in the previous point.

DSLR Camera and Mirrorless Backpack Bag by Altura Photo for Camera and Lens (The Wanderer Series)

Category

computers, digital storage

Price

$49.99

SKU:

B01MCRI3LR

Product Rating

4.5 / 5

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  • DSLR Camera and Mirrorless Backpack Bag by Altura Photo for Camera and Lens (The Wanderer Series)
  • Exterior Dimensions: 12" x 6.5" x 17" (LxWxH). Holds and protects 1 DSLR with attached lens, 4-5 additional lenses, a shoe-mount flash, plus a tripod or monopod.
  • Padded slip pocket under the lid for laptops up to 14-inches.
  • Made from durable weather resistant nylon with tough reinforced stitching for everyday carry.
  • Backed with Digital Goja 90-Day 100% Satisfaction Guarantee.

Glad I got this! By:
Fantastic.I love this thing. It's perfect for cameras. There are all kinds of sections inside (adjustable due to the velcro) and the padded section walls keep things from banging into each other.Glad I got this!
Excellent product By:
The backpack is very comfortable and easy to carry all the components.
Simple and useful By:
Decently constructed, good padding, all the necessary dividers, pockets, and sleeves. Tripod holder is a nice touch. 10/10 would recommend would buy again. As other reviews have found the top handle is not made for jerking about and will show thread pull over time. I hike all over with this bag and have not had any problems.
Glad I bought By:
I put my Canon camera with a 250 mm lens attached and 3 other lenses plus 2 books and it still has room. Very sturdy and well padded. Good buy for the cost
Great Bag By:
Fits the right number of lenses, a flash and accessories. The velcro compartments are all adjustable and you can remove a devider if needed. The bag is very comfortable. I don’t think a tripod fits very well on the side strap but you can do it.
Roomy By:
Fits everything from my canon bundle. Comfortable to wear
Versatile padded bag By:
This backpack comes pre-configured just as it's shown in the pictures, and there's honestly not that much re-arranging you need to do to make it your own. My nikon D3300 with a lens on it fits just fine up top as is, and the spaces already in there are perfect for additional lenses. I keep all my cords in the front and it holds my iPad inside as well, and I even put my GoPro's in the other slots inside the padded areas. very comfortable backpack and fits TSA standards easily. Wish the straps were maybe a little bit longer or there were other color options, but it's a great bag.
Five Stars By:
strong and very well-made pack
Me encanta! By:
Super cómodo y práctico
Great beginner bag By:
I really loved it when I got it but now that I've gotten more supplies, it's not big enough. It also only holds a small laptop or tablet. It's very sturdy and I will still use it for smaller projects requiring less gear.

Lowepro Photo Hatchback BP 150 AW II Camera Backpack

Category

computers, digital storage

Price

$64.95

SKU:

B01C4AB9AS

Product Rating

4.3 / 5

  • Make sure this fits by entering your model number.
  • Secure, body-side access with a hatch-style opening
  • Store, organize and protect your photo action video gear in the removable camera compartment
  • Remove the camera compartment and use as a full daypack
  • Keep your 8-inch tablet right at hand in the dedicated cradle fit pocket, it suspends and protects your go-to device from impact
  • Comfortable, moisture-wicking padding at the shoulders and lower back helps make this an easy, day-long carry solution

Great partner By:
Great product. One of my favorites
Great Day Pack! By:
I just received this today and am pretty impressed. I wanted a bag that would serve as a daypack for some upcoming trips, but that would safely carry my mirrorless camera and accessories. It's a pretty compact backpack, with tons of cushioned pockets. The padding adds a little bit of bulk/stiffness but it's still pretty lightweight; I'm hoping it will loosen up a bit as I break it in. Other reviews of this bag and other Lowepros mentioned loose strings but I didnt notice any and overall, the construction seems to be pretty good. I have a larger chest and the chest strap seems to hit a bit awkwardly, even though it is adjustable, I'll probably just figure out a way to remove it. I wish the side pockets were slightly larger, big enough to hold my Klean Kanteen, but it doesn't bother me enough to look for an alternative.
Perfect day pack for the money By:
Perfect day pack for the money. Holds a bunch of stuff and has a waterproof shell that folds away.
Great bag if you're looking for something small and light By:
This is a pretty great bag. I ended up with this one after hours of shopping around, asking friends, reading reviews, etc. I'm a new photographer, so I don't have a ton of gear. I needed a backpack-style bag, because as a woman with a short torso (and big boobs), sling-styles just aren't as comfy for me. (I wish they were - I really love the easy access.) I picked this one in particular because it seemed the smallest, and I didn't want to have a giant pack to lug around. Of course the small profile also means it stores less. I mean, duh. You canna change the laws of physics, and it's not a Tardis or a bag of holding (wow, triple nerd-threat.).My current gear that fits in the bag: Nikon 53300 DSLR with attached f1.4 prime lens, two lens adapters (macro and wide-angle, stacked on top of each other in one of the slots), a case with 3 filters, some lens cleaning supplies (cloth, blower, etc). There isn't room to store the stock lens that came with the camera, but I haven't been shooting with that much anyway since I got the f1.4, and if I really wanted to, I could move the cleaning supplies into the top compartment to make (tight) room for the original zoom lens).I have my extra batteries in the top compartment. I could probably jam them into the bottom, but it would be tight, and I don't want to risk things flying out when I pull out my camera. There is a small SD Card slot in the zippered flap of the camera compartment, but it's not big enough to fit my 3-card SD wallet. (I do wish they'd have made that pocket a little bigger. Would have loved to stash the batteries and SD card wallet in there.There are a few strings hanging off of the straps and a few other seams that I'll have to trim off, but overall the quality looks to be very good. I don't know that this bag makes sense as a full-time bag, unless you have minimal equipment (like, if I ever decided to get a separate flash, I'm not sure how I could make it fit), but as a day bag for hiking, etc, it works great. This isn't a bag you get to store all of your gear, IMHO. It's a bag you get because you know what you'll be shooting and have selected a subset of tools that you'll need.Keep in mind that the camera access is through the back - the part that sits against your back when you're wearing it. This means it is NOT a quick-access bag. Some of the other Lowepro bags have a side slot that lets you access the bag from the side for quicker access - this is NOT one of them. You'll have to take the pack off, lay it on its face, open the back compartment and pull out your camera. For me, the security of knowing that no one could steal my camera while I was wearing the pack was more important than the quick access.I was going to list pros and cons, but I realize that the columns would be the same for both - it really just depends on what you're looking for. It's small - but for me, that was the whole point. It's back-access only, which for me was more important than quick access. As with any camera bag, there are tradeoffs. There is a chance I might outgrow this bag in a year or so, as my (omg expensive) lens collection grows, but this one is pretty great for me right now, and if I need more room, I'd feel pretty comfortable upgrading to the next size up.
Perfect camera backpack By:
This pack really is a winner. Although it is my first camera bag, it covered all my bases. I was able to fit my Oly EM1 w/ 12-50mm on camera, 25mm, battery charger w/ 2 extra batteries, stock flash + meike flash without it being too cramped. I took this bag on a trip to Europe and the all weather cover came to the rescue when it started raining in London. This bag has plenty of room for an ipad, external phone battery charger and even a light jacket. Absolutely perfect!
Five Stars By:
It is exactly what I expected, I can't wait to test it out
Really nice camera backpack By:
Really nice camera backpack. We use it to tote our camera around, as well as minimal supplies for our one year old baby. Quality!
Mirrorless + Mavic Pro fits perfect. By:
I have my mirrorless camera and my Mavic Pro in one bag. cant be happy enough. Great quality
Great bag By:
Great bag for the price. Perfect if you like to pack light and only carry a small dslr and one extra lens. It fits my D5500 with two lenses in the lower compartment and has enough room in the top to pack lunch and sweater or an extra lens.
Fits Canon 70D with 3 lenses, lightweight, well-built, comfortable love it! By:
I wanted a day bag that could fit a hydration pack, my camera, and misc storage for snacks, jacket, etc:This bag (the 150 AW II) will fit a Canon 70D on its side with a 17-55mm lens attached. Additionally I can fit my 18-135mm and my 50mm lens each standing up in the camera storage area. The grip on the camera body presses up slightly against the back of the bag, but nothing noticeable as I wear it. It's a tight fit, but I wanted a small bag so it's worth the trade-off. Additionally, I took my 1-liter Camelbak hydration bladder and put it in the front pocket and it fits perfectly (my 2-liter is too big to fit). I have a Manfrotto Compact Advanced tripod which barely fits in one of the side pockets, but I'm adding a strap to the bag so that I can carry it in there without it toppling out (it's a bit too tall). I carry my Black Rapid shoulder strap in the other side pocket.The bag seems very well made, has a lot of space, pockets, and adjustable straps (and a little hidden memory card pocket on the camera storage flap). It's also very comfortable. Also has the rain cover tucked conveniently into its own pocket on the very bottom of the bag. I was really concerned it wouldn't fit a DSLR with lens attached, but it did. I also keep a lens hood stored in that same camera compartment. In the top section I can fit my 6-filter pouch, extra memory cards, lens cleaner, battery charger and extra battery, pen, notepad, keys, phone, with room left to add a packed lunch or a balled up jacket.I highly recommend this bag if you don't want something bulky or something that stands out as a camera bag. All the convenience of a lightweight day trip backpack but with the protection and storage of a camera bag.