Lowepro Photo Sport 300 AW II – An Outdoor Sport Backpack for a DSLR Camera or the DJI Mavic Pro/Mavic Pro Platinum

June 14, 2018 - Comment

Keep your camera gear secure and in place while you hike, bike, climb, snowboard or run. Our new UltraCinch design features a custom pull-tab to cinch and tighten photo gear space in one swift action for bounce-free protection. A roomy, toploading compartment is built to store a day’s worth of creature comforts, and the front

Keep your camera gear secure and in place while you hike, bike, climb, snowboard or run. Our new UltraCinch design features a custom pull-tab to cinch and tighten photo gear space in one swift action for bounce-free protection. A roomy, toploading compartment is built to store a day’s worth of creature comforts, and the front pocket accommodates a bike helmet, light jacket, gloves, etc.

Feel good as you move with your pack; the ActivZone harness is built to provide targeted comfort for active photographers. Get extra comfort and a custom fit with padded waistbelt and adjustable shoulder straps and sternum strap. A stabilizing waist strap includes two zippered side pockets for quick grab items. Keep hydrated with a 2-liter Camelbak or Platypus reservoir, (not included), placed in the dedicated hydration pocket. It includes quick-release buckles and internal routing for easy access.

Protect your gear from the elements. A built-in All Weather AW Cover safeguards photo and personal gear from rain, snow, dust and sand, and the lightweight and resilient tech fabrics include ultra-tear-strength coating for high performance. Multiple attachment points allow you to secure extra gear to the pack, such as a tripod or trekking pole.

The Photo Sport BP 300 AW II fits a DSLR with attached lens (such as Canon 5D with 24-70mm f/2.8), 1 extra lens (such as 70-200mm) OR flash, 2-liter hydration reservoir (not included), and extra gear such as bike helmet, jacket, snacks, sunglasses, compact tripod, etc. The Photo Sport BP 300 AW II also fits the DJI Mavic Pro.

Comments

Christopher Tanner says:

The best bag in the world for me! My only bag for 3 months travelling. In short, I think this is the best bag in the world for me, and I’ve bought and tried 20-25 bags in the last few years (from Lowepro, Deuter, Arc’teryx, Tortuga, etc).I just backpacked all over Asia (Myanmar, Laos, Philippines, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Japan) for 3 months, and this was *the only bag I brought with me*. It contained:- camera (Sony a7r ii)- 3 lenses (25mm, 50mm, 90mm)- 13″ Macbook in the bladder sleeve- electronics bag (foldable…

Joe S. says:

Disappointed I wanted to love this backpack, I really did. Bought it as a replacement for a 16 yr older lowepro version which I loved. The good…. 1) its large you can stuff a lot into it, by stuff I mean jackets, snacks (not photography stuff) in the upper part for hiking. 2) I like the side access for the camera 3) love the rain cover at the bottom, very easy to pull out and worked great. 4) like that you can fit an ipad (in an otterbox) in the camelback pouch. The bad…1) the camera section at the…

The Iowa Hiker says:

Just not ready for outdoor use yet. Oh how I wanted to love this pack! It is so close too… I would say that it is 80% there when it comes to a quality go-to daypack. I had my fingers crossed it could fit an ultralight overnight setup, but no. It might fit a sleeping bag with a few dayhike standards such as first aid and toiletry bags and food, but there would be no way of adding a sleeping pad, bivy or tarp.What it did fit: Nikon D7000 with Sigma 17-50, and Tamron 70-200. My standard dayhike essentials, with room…

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