Lowepro Inverse 100 AW Camera Beltpack (Black)
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- Quick access top
- All weather cover
- Locking straps
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Ideal for the outdoor photo enthusiast and professional; the Inverse 100 AW beltpack camera case offers a full set of thoughtful features to help you capture the moment with ease; protection and ultra comfort. The quick-access top lets you work out of your pack with minimal effort. A patented All Weather CoverTM provides serious protection from rain; sand and dust. The 3D contoured mesh lumbar belt distributes weight evenly; offers cushioned support and helps wick away moisture. A detachable and padded shoulder strap adds a comfortable, additional carrying option. Memory card pockets; an adjustable divider; mesh side pockets; exterior pockets; and SlipLockTM attachment loops let you organize your gear to suit your needs.
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It is perfect in every sense, it carries my camera (canon 60 D) with 3 lens (1 attached) it has 2 pockets for ur memry cards (each pocket can contain 2 cards each) filter zipper, water bottle mesh and under belly straps for carrying a small tripod or an umbrella.
the material is very good and the weather cover makes it suitable for all year use.
I would totally recommend this product.... 5stars!!
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I have had several LowePro bags over the years and I consider them the best at what they do. Always excellent materials and well thought-out designs. I have another LowePro hip bag that I've taken all over the world and still use.
This bag holds my Nikon D7000 with an attached 18-300mm lens. There's also room for a 50mm prime lens, some filters, cleaning items, and batteries and charger.
It has an extra pocket for a phone and other small items as well as two interior slots for SD cards.
The only flaw with this bag is that it tends to tip outward like it's top heavy UNLESS you snug up the two stabilizer straps. If you snug the main strap AND snug the stabilizers there is no problem with tipping outward.
I still consider this a design flaw even though you can correct it because my old LowePro hip bag has no stabilizers and has no need for them--nor does it ever tip outward.
The need for snugging the stabilizers is just more busy-work and makes this bag a little less user-friendly.
As a shoulder bag it works well, though I felt that the waist bag straps didn't stow fully.
A very strappy looking bag. Straps underneath, on the top, on the sides...everywhere.
The front large "pocket" without a zipper wouldn't be a great place to put anything you didn't want to lose - the sides are mostly open, and things could slip away easily.
Though the craftsmanship was great, it won't fit my full frame canon (and not a super large one) with a lens (any lens) easily, and it doesn't allow me to carry many extras, unless they are very small. This lack of extra space would be fine, if it fit my camera well.
The built in rain gear is easy to deploy, and stows easily.
A great bag, that wasn't a great fit for my gear, but fit my body well.
- Sony A7 with FE 28mm f/2.0, UWA adapter, 50mm f/1.4 Nikkor and 300mm f/6.3 mirror lens (everything fit in there OK, not a lot of wiggle room though)
- Olympus E-M1 with ZD 12-60mm f/2.8-4, ZD 70-300mm, and Panasonic 25mm f/1.7 (pretty tight, dropping the telezoom I could fit two additional primes and a zoom in there easily)
- Sony A77II with 16-50mm f/2.8 SSM and Tamron 70-300mm USD (tight, but workable, and quite practical to change lenses in; my Tokina 80-200mm f/2.8 barely fits in there, and I wouldn't recommend it)
- Sony RX10 III & RX100 IV with ECM-X1STYM mic, Meike MK-320 flash, filters and flash gels (match made in heaven in terms of weight and distribution, everything goes in there more or less tight, but it's still easy to pack and unpack)
What can I say about my Inverse AW100? For one thing, it's probably the only piece of photo equipment that I've been really satisfied with. Mine has been through wet landings in Galapagos (it's been soaked by spray and waves many times already), to the top of Machu Picchu mountain, camping in the desert, under driving rain in Easter Island, and it's never, ever leaked water through. It dries out quickly, the integrated rain cover is fully waterproof (I've used it to carry water to my campsite), it's very versatile, and has no visible damage from all the adventures it's been through in three years.
I wear it at my side and use it as a holster. It's ideal for a big 1" bridge cam (Sony RX10 or Panasonic FZ1000/2000), large mirrorless or medium DSLR with two zooms (something like the Olympus E-M1 or Canon 70D with a standard zoom and 300mm tele). I wouldn't recommend it for a 35mm DSLR (so-called "full frame") unless you use only one standard zoom or two primes.
Mirrorless cameras would fit fine in this bag and I could see people thinking the bag was huge for one of those smaller cameras but not a full frame DSLR.
One note about the product description above, they use the same terms for the AW100 as they do the AW200 "Fits pro DSLR with medium zoom lens attached, 2 extra lenses" even though the 200 is bigger.
Overall quality and features of this bag are outstanding and it sits comfortably on my hip. It's easy to spin around and access your gear even when buckled tight. Waist/Hip style bags are not designed to carry heavy loads for extended periods as far as comfort is concerned so consider this a half day pack with enough of your gear for the specific outing you're on. It's not a pack designed to carry your whole arsenal of gear.
One thing I noticed was the main compartment has two zippers not attached with a pull lanyard so you have to grab each zipper separately. Not a deal breaker as you can tie one on if needed.
Lowepro has been making packs and bags for years and I do believe that this product is a good deal compared to similar bags.