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Lowepro Classified 160 AW Sac d'Epaule pour Appareil Photo Noir
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Le Classified 160 AW est spécialement conçu pour les photojournalistes assidus. Ce sac astucieux et daccès rapide a un charme moderne et décontracté. Un profil fin sadaptant facilement aux mouvements du corps aide le reporter à se faufiler dans une rue animée ou un métro bondé. Des bords souples, un style besace, des finitions en cuir et un logo estampé créent une esthétique subtile. La housse All Weather Cover brevetée protège le contenu des intempéries.
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First of all, I felt that a shoulder/messenger bag would work best for going out for a day of taking pictures. (I am not a professional, I don't do weddings) I enjoy shooting nature, scenery and wildlife, so it is nice to have quick access to my camera. The shoulder/messenger bag seemed to be the best way to accomplish that....unfortunately, what I found with most messenger bags were four things....1. You have to open the big flap to access your camera, thus exposing all of your camera stuff (other lenses, speed lights etc., etc.) to the rest of the world...if someone was just "thinking" about stealing your stuff, that would pretty much seal the deal for a crook to make his decision. 2. Most messenger bags only close by their "big flap".... It seems that it could be very easy for stuff to fall out of your bag if it tips over wrong even with the flap closed. 3. A lot of the messenger/camera bags are huge (some have been described as "diaper bags"). I don't want to carry that much stuff when I go out shooting... I want to carry my camera with a lens, an extra lens, maybe a speed light, extra batteries and SD cards and maybe my iPad. I don't need 5 or 6 lenses, an extra body, 3 tripods, food for a week and a kitchen sink. 4. A lot of these bags are somewhat shallow. I want to be able to carry my Nikon D750 with my Tamron 70-300 lens attached. If I come across something that I need to take pictures of with my zoom lens (like wildlife), I want to be able to grab my camera with the zoom and get the shot....not miss the shot because I had to change lenses because my zoom lens won't fit in my bag if it's attached to my camera body.
So, now about the bag....It is so easy to open the zipper on top to access my camera. Just unzip the top and away you go. It's big enough to pull your camera out pretty easily (it would be hard for your camera to just fall out), but not so big that the whole world can see what is in your bag. Like I said, you have to open the zipper, so things can't just "fall out". The stuff under the "flap" is sealed in pretty well with Velcro and a snap buckle. This bag is not huge, you can't fit a lot of useless stuff in there. Like I said, it is a great day use bag...a camera body, a couple of lenses, a speed light (or one more lens), cleaning kit, SD cards and batteries, and it's ready to go. Yes, my iPad 2 does fit with a cover on it, but it is a little snug. The Lowepro does not scream "CAMERA BAG!" Nor does it scream "DIAPER BAG!". The dividers are very adjustable, and the built-in lens cloth is awesome for covering the LCD screen on my D750 since it has no cover of it's own (other than the LCD screen protector that I installed when I bought my camera). I like the bag because it can hold my D750 with the 70-300 zoom attached with the lens hood reversed....in fact one time I was in a hurry and forget to put my lens cap back on. When I realized what I had done, I checked to see if the camera was resting on the exposed lens and was pleasantly surprised to see that it was suspended above the bottom of the bag. Because you aren't carrying everything but the kitchen sink the bag isn't too heavy. If you're like me, you have the camera out of the bag most of the time anyway. Two of the things that I haven't tried yet are the waist strap (by the way, there is a little pocket on the flap side of the bag that holds the waist strap perfectly), and the rain cover.... Both really nice ideas and good to have when you need them. The bag is expandable, but I opt to keep it as small as possible. When the bag is full, it stays upright pretty well which makes it easier to get into your bag if you are sitting down somewhere and you need to access your bag without the nuisance of it falling over all the time. There is no special cover on the bottom of the bag, so be careful where you set it. The handle on top is comfortable and seems strong. The leather (or the leather like material) is a nice accent on the bag. The rest of the material on the bag seems very sturdy and durable. Zippers seem to be of good quality and have worked very well so far. Oh, and one of the best things about the bag, was the price.... I think that this bag is as good as if not better than some other bags that are 3 times the price.
Okay, now the bad stuff.... I don't care for the shoulder strap. The pad isn't real comfortable and it is sewn into place....if you need to slide your bag to the front to pull your camera out and then slide it back to get it out of the way the non-slip pad fights you the whole way. You have to adjust your strap at both ends to get to rest in the right spot on your shoulder....but, if you are moving your bag back and forth, there is no right spot. I usually wear the strap across my chest because I don't feel secure with it just on my shoulder (unless of course I hold the strap with one hand, which gives me one less hand to work my camera). I do have an option if this really gets to bothering me, I can go on Amazon and order a new and better shoulder strap....which isn't a bad idea, because I got such a great deal on the bag in the first place. The other thing that bothers me a little bit about this bag is that the non camera part of the bag seems very snug. In the main compartment of the bag where the camera and lenses go, there is plenty of room, but the part under the flap is very tight....it's kind of like fitting your cell phone into the back pocket of your really tight jeans....it can be done, it is just a little snug. But, like I said, it's just a day bag, don't expect to carry a lot of stuff. I basically have my SD wallet, speed light trigger, and lens cleaning kit and that's it.... I can squeeze my iPad in there, but it's tight. I'm not sure how a pro camera with a vertical grip would fit in the bag. It might work if you unzip the expansion zipper...that would give you a little more room....big pro cameras with a vertical grip.... I don't think so.
All in all, for the money, it's a great bag. I went to Africa a couple of years ago, and lugged backpack around everywhere I went, I wish I would have had the Lowepro classified 160 AW shoulder bag for all those days out on my safaris.
My only problem with this bag is the fact that the shoulder padding is in a fixed position, but failing that, this bag is exactly what I was hoping for.
Other camera. It holds my D90 with sigma 8mm fish / nodal ninja lens ring adapter. Tokina 11-16 and a bunch of other gear for shooting 360 panoramas.
Holds my iPad air with a protective case, in the pouch. Room for wallet and cell phone as well.