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The Lowepro Pro Runner 350 AW can hold a DSLR camera with an attached lens, with 3 - 4 additional lenses and other accessories while also accommodating a notebook laptop with up to a 15.4 inch screen. You can also fit in a monopod or tripod with a few extra personal items in this Lowepro AW bag, and always be prepared for any emergency.
The Lowepro Pro Runner 350 AW backpack features 2 thickly padded shoulder straps with 5 adjustment points that make carrying this bag convenient for anybody. The padded waistbelt provide an additional level of security when you're trekking with your precious camera gear. You can also pick up the Lowepro 350 AW bag quickly with the webbing grab handle, when you want to transport your gear over short distances.
The outer body is made of 600D polyester square with a ripstop reinforcement, which makes the fabric resistant to tears. The patented All Weather AW cover is built-in into the bag and can protect your digital gadgets from the elements, leaving you free to compose stunning images. The inner compartments are made of 210D nylon PU Velex fabric that secures the camera and other gear from scratches or bumps. The padded mesh backpad increases comfort and ensures that you can carry heavy gear for long without straining your back.
The fully padded interior of the Pro Runner 350 AW has dividers that can be adjusted to fit any of your personal or professional gear. The inside lid has dedicated pockets to hold memory cards. You can also hold a light jacket, a cell phone or MP3 player in the front pocket, to keep you company on solitary travels. The Lowepro Pro Runner bag also has side compression buckles that can compress or expand the bag to accommodate items of different sizes.
The Hideaway Tripod Mount on this all-weather trekking bag lets you strap in a tripod or monopod for photographs taken in low light situations. The mesh side pockets can hold a bottle of water to keep you hydrated on long trips.
This Lowepro Pro Runner is fitted out for the most rugged terrains, with rainflap lids and SlipLock attachment loops that will protect your gear and let you take photographs, unfettered by worries. This trekking backpack can also be used as an airline carry-on baggage, solving your travel woes as well.
|Model||Pro Runner 350 AW|
|Name||DSLR Trekking Backpack|
|Capacity||DSLR with Attached Lens (upto 70 - 200 mm, f/2.8) Plus 3 - 4 Lenses / Flash and Accessories, 15.4 inch Widescreen Laptop, Tripod or Monopod, Personal Items|
|In The Box||Camera Bag|
|Type of Closure||Zipper|
|Design||Streamlined and Urban-inspired, Fully Padded Interior, Patented Built-in All Weather AW Cover, Side Compression Straps with Quick-release Buckles, Hideaway Tripod Mount System, Rainflap Lids, SlipLock Attachment Loops, Padded Mesh Side Pockets, Discreet Front Pocket, Memory Card Pockets on Inside Lid, Thickly Padded Shoulder Straps with 5 Adjustment Points, Padded Waistbelt, Webbing Grab Handle, Zippered Document Pocket|
|Interior Fabric||210D Nylon PU Velex|
|Laptop Compartment Dimensions||11.2 (W) x 1.8 (D) x 14.6 (H) inch|
|Outer Fabric||600D Polyester Square Rip-stop Polyester|
|Size Exterior||13 (W) x 10.4 (D) x 17.9 (H) inch|
|Size Interior||11.2 (W) x 4.5 (D) x 15.2 (H) inch|
|Carrying/Transport Options||Adjustable Shoulder Strap, Padded Waistbelt, Webbing Grab Handle|
I wanted to buy a bag for my SLR and was contemplating between Lowepro and Kata. Based on my research there was little to choose between the two and I went for Lowepro simply because a Kata counterpart in the same price range wasn't available with Flipkart. In hindsight I have to say I can't imagine that the Kata bag could be much better than this one. This is an absolute first rate product.
I currently own a Nikon D5100, 18-55 kit lens, 55-300 zoom, 50mm prime and a Tamron 90 mm macro. All these fit quite comfortably in the bag and there is still space for a flash unit which I haven't yet purchased. I might probably be able to fit in a couple of more lenses too.
In addition to all this, it also carries my 17 inch Toshiba laptop with its charger and data card, spare batteries, memory cards, user manuals, my tripod and other sundry stuff.
The quality of the material is excellent and the bag is extremely sturdy and comfortable. I accidentally dropped it once from a height of 8 feet with all my stuff inside. There wasn't even a single scratch on either my stuff or the bag itself.
I would highly recommend the product. If you love your SLR, look no further, give it the bag it deserves.
All of us at some point of time come to this juncture. Which Bag ?? My kit consists of the following
Nikon D90 - With battery grip
NIKKOR 70- 300mm
NIKKOR 50 mm
NIKKOR 35 mm
Polarising filters , Cleaning Kit, etc
Wanted to upgrade from my Lowepro 200 AW ,as it was unwieldy and was becoming stretched to accomodate everything.
I considered the Kata, Lowepro, National Geographic but finally settled on the Lowepro again reasons being
1. Build quality is excellent.
2. Spacious and accommodates everything and still has room to spare
3. Multiple buckles and belts to customise the bag as per your choice
It takes my camera with the battery pack and the biggest lens attached. Very convenient to just grab the camera and you are ready.
I bought this bag from Flipkart last week. This is my first experience with then and I am impressed. They did a good job on packaging and delivering on time and also the person who delivered the bag was very polite.
When I started unpacking the box, I did not expect the bag to be as big as it turned out to be. It is very spacious and very well built for its price on Flipkart(Costs 1750/- more in stores). With this bag you can have all your equipment in one place along with a laptop. Lots of pockets/spaces for all the photographers needs.
If you are looking for a bag to carry only one SLR body and 2 lenses this may be a little too big. If you plan to add more equipment in future this is the bag to go for.
I ordered CompuDay 250 prior to it, but cancelled it as I needed a rugged bag, rather than a mere carry bag.
This bag is Sturdy!! Too mush for my needs..
2 spare batteries
18-55mm & 55-300mm Nikkor lens
Ancient all metal Full size tripod
Dell Inspiron 15.4" Laptop
Clothing, enough for 2 day trip
My Nikkor 55-300mm can't be fit in Lens facing Outwards position. It has to lay down, in same position of that of Camera-attached-lens.
Expensive, but a good buy!
Lenspen (free accessory) works great!
A good bagpack for SLRs and long lenses, can fit multiple lenses and other accessories, can also fit laptop. you can fit 2 SLR bodies comfortably.
camera area well protected, padded laptop sleeve, backpack straps, airline carry-on sized, tripod mount system
Not very comfortable as a backpack as it is big and the shape is box type. It becomes heavy when you carry laptop with all your accessories.