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Lowepro Backpack Lightweight Sporty Lowepro Tahoe BP 150 $49 Delivered @ Amazon AU

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Fits DSLR with kit lens (such as 18-135mm) extra lens, flash
Main compartment has UltraFlex panel that folds for more space
Zippered outer pocket offers space for earbuds, pens, keys etc
Softly padded shoulder straps adjust for a comfortable fit
Weather-resistant materials safeguard gear from the elements

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  • +1

    free advertising for V-Moda in the product images!

    looks like Crossfade Wireless to me

  • Have a 10 year old bag which works fine but still so tempted to get this. Good deal.

  • I got one of these a few years ago for about the same price - great little camera backpack - I've used it with a camera plus 3 lenses + travel tripod a few times on trips

    • Can you comment on the weather-proofing? At the moment I'm using just a regular Nikon bag but have been caught out in the rain on hikes and I'm thinking of upgrading to get extra protection in the rain.

      • I don't remember using it in any sort of real rain - I typically use one of my bags that has a real rain cover if I'm anticipating that

    • How comfortable would you rate it if you're walking around with it for the day?

      • +1

        I have this bag and I find it very comfortable. I've never tried any other camera bag though.

      • +1

        I found it pretty comfortable too - I normally only buy "real/larger" camera bags with waist belts and chest straps - this has neither - but it's much smaller than some of my other bags so you can't load it up to require the waist belt

  • +3

    bought for no reason thanks

  • Hope it fits a mavic air 2

  • +1

    Thanks OP… been keeping an eye out for a Lowepro camera backpack for while

  • Grabbed one to replace my 10 y/o camera backpack. Old one is bulky, so hopefully this one is more compact. Thanks for posting.

  • Have this exact bag. Good protection for camera and spare lenses. Good and satisfied.

  • Shows $68 to me.

  • Deals over now 68

  • Tried a few backpacks but always go back to messenger style bags.

    While backpacks usually fit more gears but they are not as accessible.

    With messenger bags, I can be hands free and ready to shoot in 2 seconds - time it takes to get the camera out and to switch on at the same time.

    • Depends on your use case. If you need to carry around a bunch of gear all day but don't need speedy access to it, you're going to want a backpack.

    • I have a messenger style bag too. The biggest issue is the fiddliness. When walking one hand has to stay on the bag holding it in place, otherwise it keeps rubbing and bumping against my leg/bum. Very much a personal preference though, since the quick-access is solely why I (only sometimes) bother putting up with the annoyances that come with it.

  • Be perfect if it had side panel access.

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