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Description

Now if only the light weren't so flat.

Compact, lightweight, and comfortable to wear, the Lowepro Flipside 200 Backpack provides a no-brainer carry solution for your digital SLR and gear accessories.
  • Back entry compartment provides easy access and keeps your camera secure from prying hands when you walk along crowded streets
  • Water-resistant, durable outer fabric helps shield your gear from moisture
  • Detachable waist-belt and adjustable sternum strap help stabilize the pack
  • Padded dividers allow for a custom fit of your camera gear
  • Removable accessory pouch stashes your cables, chargers, manuals, and other key accessories
  • Outer storage panel organizes your personal items and makes them readily accessible
  • Mesh side pocket stashes your water bottle or coffee mug
  • SlipLock accessory loops expand your carrying capability via SlipLock pouches (sold separately)
  • Hideaway tripod holder enables you to carry a compact tripod or monopod

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5 5

Great Camera Bag

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This is an awesome bag if you are a beginner photographer or if you just need a bag to take a little bit of your equipment on a shoot. I usually load it up with my Canon T2i and then 3 lenses, along with various other accessories. This pretty much fills up the bag, so if you have more gear, go with the 400 version!

5 5

Good Bag

Good bag for basic DSLR gear and a tripod. Needs one other strap to really secure the tripod for carrying but easily correctable. Held up well in arctic circle.

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