Made to cradle your DSLR camera, lenses, and camping kit when you're in the wild.
- Pack fabric is lightweight, coated for water resistance, and highly durable
- AirFlow suspension systems uses a a suspended mesh panel (similar to a trampoline) that creates an airflow channel between your back and the pack
- Mesh panel and adjustable shoulder straps distribute and balance a heavy load of camera gear so you can navigate technical terrain, steep slopes, and loose surfaces with confidence and balance
- Adjustable waist-belt uses mesh-covered padding for comfort and ventilation and it features two zippered pockets for quick access to protein bars, sunscreen, and the like
- Top-load design allows you to access your camera gear or personal items from the top or from the front hatch opening
- Hatch-style camera compartment features a front-facing zip closure that opens into a customizable gear space with modular cases that can be removed
- Modular camera case includes adjustable, padded dividers; accessory, zip and mesh pockets; and webbing grab handles
- Tripod & monopod, trekking pole, sleeping pad, and ice axe attachment points keep your technical gear securely attached to the outside of your pack
- All Weather Cover pulls out of a small compartment on the exterior of this bag so you can protect your gear from rain, sand, snow, and other elements
- Hydration-ready side pocket gives you a place to store your favorite hydration bladder so the tube can be routed over your shoulder strap easily
- An array of additional stash, accessory, zip, and mesh pocket provide storage options for extras like snacks, a hat, gloves, headlamp, radios, and more
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Do you have any photos of the inside &...
Do you have any photos of the inside & front of pack?
I did a quick Google image search for "Lowepro Rover Pro 35 AW Bag" and there were a lot of photos of the inside of the pack. I didn't want to steal anyone's photos and post them here, but I recommend you do the search.
I have recently been doing some pretty strong research on photo backpacks like this one... so if you have any other questions about them/where to look, feel free to ask. (I'm carrying a lot of photo and video gear in an upcoming trip to Tanzania..)
There was one brand in particular which compared really closely to this lowepro model: f-stop mountain series. You can see them here: