Camera Gear Backpack

April 30, 2019

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Lowepro Fastpack BP 150 AW II

Just what we were looking for! 

 This is a great pack for those days when we don’t know which equipment we will need.

Relatively Lightweight and compact (although not according to Denise) it allows us to bring it all! 

 The lower section holds our AX53 video cam, its associated cables and charger, and even lets us leave the Sony Tripod Grip attached.  I can also fit the Sony action cam with accessories, a wireless microphone system, lavaliers, and a battery bank for USB charging in here. 

 In the upper section we fit our DJI Spark and controller and in the mesh pockets we put our mini tripod and phone mount. 

There are 2 more front pockets that can be used for phones, sunglasses or chords. 

 Believe it or not there are also sleeves at the back that will fit a small laptop (11”) and tablet (If you really need to have them along with you).

In the side pouch we put our monopod, and on occasion I have stretched to fit our mid size tripod. 

Whew, you really can pack a lot in here, and it stays organized, protected, and accessible. If it rains….. no problem, there is a pouch with a rain cover to protect it all!

On longer treks the chest and waist strap make it comfortable to wear!

Size Doesn’t Seem to Matter on this one!

Check it out on Amazon

If your requirements have you carrying more or larger gear be sure to check out the Lowepro Fastpack BP 250 AW II – A Travel-Ready Backpack for DSLR and 15″ Laptop and Tablet

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