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Combine your passions for outdoor adventure and photography with the Lowepro Photo Sport 200 AW Backpack. This durable, water-resistant pack allows you to go fast and light so you can capture those ski, snowboard, mountain bike, and climbing moments on film.

  • Dual-compartment design offers ample space for your personal gear and camera gear
  • Contoured, adventure-pack construction features ultra-lightweight, resilient technical fabrics that hold up to extreme activity
  • Molded airflow backpad provides comfort and cushioning when you're on the go
  • Built-in All Weather (AW) Cover shields your gear and pack from the elements
  • Ultra-Cinch camera chamber (padded and secure compartment) helps prevent bouncing when you're in action
  • Side-access pocket enables you to quickly rotate the pack to the front, unzip, un-cinch, and access your camera
  • Top-loading upper compartment provides up to 13.9 liters of volume for personal items like a rain jacket, guide book, cell, or snacks
  • Hydration pocket stashes your 70oz to 2 liter hydration reservoir (reservoir not included)
  • Multiple attachment points let you strap on excess gear
  • Reflective piping allows others to view you in low-light situations

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4 5

Used it to travel Africa for 6 months

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I love this bag. I took this and a small timbuk2 messenger (like the tiny tiny one). This was my main bag and I fit my clothes and souvenirs while the Timbuk2 bag carried my day-trip essentials. The camera compartment fit my Nikon D7000 and several lenses and small camera accessories. It worked great. I attached scarves and a towel rolled up on the bottom clip straps and that was great. The rain cover helped when we were walking through a heavy heavy rain storm in South Africa.

My only complaint is that after about 3 months, the zipper for the camera compartment broke! I mean, I rode it hard, but 3 months? I keep meaning to contact LowePro for replacement/repair options but I keep forgetting. I haven't used the bag much since then, but that's because I gave up my camera. I like to trail run a lot, so if I still had my DSLR, I would use this on trails for sure.

Also, size wise, I am a 5' 4" 120lb female and I really loved the fit of this bag (I know the other reviewer said that being a big dude, it was a little small, which is probably right)

Does this pack conveniently carry trekking...

Does this pack conveniently carry trekking poles and tripod? If so, where?

Hey Rick,
This pack doesn't have a convenient feature for carrying poles/tripod, but you could make it work. The multiple attachment points let you strap on excess gear, leaving it up to you to secure it and make it as convenient as you can.

3 5

Great Pack, But...

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

This is a great camera backpack if your camera is a consumer-size DSLR such as the Canon Rebel EOS. However, if your camera is a pro size, such as a Canon 5D, this pack is simply too small. Further, I'm 6'3"and 215 lbs - this pack is comparatively so small it looks like a girls backpack on me - kind of ridiculous. One additional wish for this or any other camera back pack (attention Lowepro...) is to make the hydration compartment large enough to accommodate a 15" laptop. The reality is that sometimes people are hiking, and at other times they're traveling on a plane for vacation and want to take a notebook along. Having a pack that could handle both tasks would be a stroke of genius and differentiate your brand.

John - Lowepro now has a 30L version of this pack, which might work better for you and your gear.

I still haven't seen a great pack for both the trail and for airport travel - I don't think it exists.