Lowepro Toploader Pro 75 AW II Holster Bag for DSLR (Black)

Lowepro Toploader Pro 75 AW II Holster Bag for DSLR (Black)

Lowepro Toploader Pro 75 AW II Holster Bag for DSLR (Black)

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  • Holds Pro DSLR with 70-200mm f/2.8 Lens
  • 2 Utility Straps
  • Shoulder/Holster/Chest Harness Carrying
  • Mesh Side Accessory Pocket
  • Padded Interior Dividers
  • SlipLock Attachment Loop Expands Options
  • Rain Cover
  • Made of 420D/630D Nylon, Tricot Lining
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Carry and protect your pro DSLR camera with 70-200mm f/2.8 Lens attached in this black Toploader Pro 75 AW II Holster Bag from Lowepro. Benefit from a snug fit and fast access to your gear, as well as a system of 2 utility straps for multiple wearing options, including over the shoulder, 3-point holster style, or 4-point chest harness style. Additionally, the bag may be worn at the waist using your own belt or webbing.

A mesh side accessory pocket enables convenient storage of small items, such as memory cards or batteries. Padded interior dividers are adjustable to allow for different gear configurations. The SlipLock attachment loop and Duraflex D-rings expand your carrying options. The 360° All Weather Cover keeps your gear safe from the elements. The Toploader Pro 75 is made of 420D ROBIC nylon and 630D high-density Oxford nylon. It features a soft tricot lining that won't scratch your valuable equipment.

Carries and protects your pro DSLR camera with 70-200mm f/2.8 Lens attached.
Benefit from a snug fit and fast access to your gear.
System of 2 utility straps, including a padded shoulder strap and secondary strap, for multiple wearing options: over the shoulder, 3-point holster style, or 4-point chest harness style. Both straps have secure snap hooks.
May be worn at the waist using your own belt or webbing.
Mesh side accessory pocket enables convenient storage of small items, such as memory cards or batteries. There are additional accessory pockets on the side and top, as well.
Padded interior dividers are adjustable to allow for different gear configurations.
SlipLock attachment loop and metal Duraflex D-rings expand your carrying options.
360° All Weather Cover keeps your gear safe from the elements.
Made of 420D ROBIC nylon and 630D high-density Oxford nylon.
Features a soft tricot lining that won't scratch your valuable equipment.
Easy to open with large, U-shaped zipper pulls.
Close the bag without zipping it by using the quick-release buckle.
UPC: 056035367748
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Lowepro Toploader Pro 75 AW II Holster Bag for DSLR (Black)
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    Lowepro LP36774 specs

    Material of Construction 420D ROBIC nylon
    630D high-density Oxford nylon
    Tricot lining
    Type of Closure Zipper
    Dividers Padded, adjustable interior dividers
    Carrying/Transport Options 2 utility straps for multiple wearing options: over the shoulder, 3-point holster style, 4-point chest harness
    Optional belt or webbing allows for wearing at the waist
    Exterior Dimensions 7.5 x 8.7 x 12.6" / 19 x 22 x 32.2 cm
    Interior Dimensions 6.4 x 7.0 x 11.5" / 16.1 x 17.8 x 29.2 cm
    Weight 1.75 lb / 0.8 kg
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    Package Weight 2.2 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 13.3 x 8.2 x 7.6"

    Lowepro LP36774 reviews

    Toploader Pro 75 AW II Holster Bag for DSLR (Black) is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 68.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from FITS D810 WITH 28-300 AND BAT PACK Have not had long enough to comment on how construction and attachment points wear over time. Padding seems right. Overall, seems sturdy and will update/change rating if necessary. Fits D810 with 28-300 lens and accommodates lens hood in forward position. Will also fit D810 with attached MB-D12 battery pack. Room left over for neckstrap between camera and top cover. Will also fit tripod/monopod quick-release shoe if you have such permanently mounted at camera base. Well-balanced and will stand vertically without issue on flat surfaces. Wears well in various strap modes, allows hands-free climbing, etc. Once you get familiar with it, pretty easy and fast access when you need it.
    Date published: 2017-04-26
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fits my gear nicely I was looking for a toploader bag for my Canon 7D (without battery grip) with 70-200 f/2.8L IS or 100-400 attached, including tripod collar. Even though the Lowepro product photos for the Toploader Zoom 55 AW II show a 70-200 f/2.8L IS II with tripod collar attached standing outside of the bag, the bag's measurements seem too small to accommodate it inside. Therefore, I opted for this larger bag. I think I made the right choice, as my gear fits perfectly. This bag also has more pockets than the Zoom 55. There are two straps included, with various ways to attach them. The adjustability of the strap with the shoulder pad is limited by the fact that the adjustment mechanism can't go into the pad.
    Date published: 2015-07-07
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Protection From Equipment Falls I bought the Lowepro Toploader Pro 75 AW II holster bag for my Canon 5D Mark III with the Canon battery grip attached along with the very large-sized canon 70-200 f2.8 IS II zoom lens. That combination fit in the Pro 75 AW II bag. Thank God I bought it because while waiting in a hotel lobby the case fell off a chair and hit the floor. I was very much concerned but the camera bag saved the day. No equipment issue what so ever-total protection-love it. While at the Blues festival I used the bag like a cowboy drawing his six shooter from his holster. Of course with a lens shade you'd need to reverse it to have your equipment fit in the bag-no big deal. After the equipment drop in the bag and no problems I'm a happy camper :)
    Date published: 2015-02-09
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great fit for Dslr w/grip Designed for the 70-200 2.8 but perfect size for a 24-70 2.8 with lens hood attached in shooting position. Great case for a one camera, one lens walk about.
    Date published: 2016-03-25
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect bag I've always been a fan of Lowepro and they deliver once more with the Toploader Pro 75 AW II. I bought it specifically to carry my Canon 7D Mark II + Canon 100-400 mm Mk II and it does the job awesomely. Sturdy, well made, protective and with ample spaces to carry memory cards, batteries and other stuff. Great flexibility when it comes to how to carry it. It's now my designated bag when I want to go light and avoid carrying my backpack. I like it so much that I just ordered a second one, for my second 7D Mark II... :)
    Date published: 2016-10-26
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from NOT Big Enough for Camera + 80-200 Zoom + Hood This is a well-made bag. I like it. But Im returning it because its smaller than LowePro claims it to be. Be careful, it has some weaknesses that could be deal-breakers. First, there seems to be a fair amount of individual bag-to-bag variation in manufacturing quality. The seams are not always straight and the shape of the body isnt always square and symmetrical. In my case the bag is a bit skewed and the manufacturers stated internal dimensions are not accurate. If you are sizing the bag for a large zoom with hood in the shooting position, this can make or break the suitability of the bag. In my case, all of the manufacturers stated measurements said that my carefully measured kit would fit in the bag, but when the bag arrived it didnt meet the manufacturers stated size specs and my camera/lens/hood combo would not fit. In specific, I shopped carefully for a bag that could accommodate a pro-sized large camera body (D810 with MB-D12 battery grip) and an 80-200/2.8AF lens with a hood in the shooting position. I have the push-pull lens that requires an HN-28 screw-on hood which cannot be reversed. This setup measures 30 cm in OAL from the tip of the hood to the back of the camera body. According to LowePro the bag has an internal depth of 29.2 cm, which should be able to accommodate a 30 cm setup with a snug fit. The problem is that LowePros claimed internal depth of 29.2 cm is not accurate. My bag actually measures 28 cm from the padded area on the bottom of the case interior to the top of the sidewall at the zipper. Because the case was shorter than its claimed depth my camera + lens + hood combination would not fit. It extended 2 cm beyond the top of the zipper. In order to close the top flap I had to remove all cargo from the top flap and deform the top flap by using the zippers to pull it down around the camera body. The result was that the case was so taut around the lens that it compressed the padding, putting constant longitudinal pressure on the camera+lens focusing helix. To get the case closed required deforming the top flap to pull it down around the camera body, which rendered the top flap useless for cargo storage. Simply put, the case just isnt big enough for an 80-200/2.8AF zoom + HN-28 hood, even though it should be, according to the manufacturers stated measurements. The problem is that the case is smaller than LowePro said it would be. This is either due to variability in how the cases are manufactured, or due to misrepresentation of the case size by LowePro. If you're thinking about carrying two moderate length lenses, one on the camera and one in the bottom of the bag, forget about this bag. It won't work. Buy the ThinkTank 50. The padding on the case is quite good better than on the ThinkTank gear, whose skin-thin cases dont really offer acceptable padding. The case also adds bigger storage pockets than the ThinkTank, which might convince you to buy this case for the added storage capacity. The disappointment is that the storage pockets arent as big as LowePro suggests them to be the front pocket is claimed to be large enough to accommodate a full-size strobe. It isnt. With no strobe in the pocket the camera/lens get great padding. To fit a typical modern strobe (like a full-size Nikon Speedlight) you have to shoehorn the strobe into an under-sized pocket. The fit is tight and the result is that the foam padding gets compressed rendering it ineffective. Even a smaller/older speedlight like an SB-24 is too big to fit the strobe pocket without compressing the padding. All things considered, I think that this is a great case thats well-padded for carrying a camera + lens, but if you start packing things like strobes into the case, the result is that everything will be a tight fit, the padding will be compressed, and you end up trading away the safety of padding to accommodate a very tight fit for the extra gear where the padding loses its effectiveness. Because the depth measurement doesnt match the manufacturers stated specs for my bag, I would avoid buying this unless your longest camera/lens/hood combination measures less than 28 cm OAL. In terms of adding extra capacity for carrying additional lens or flash note that LowePro claims that you can attach a lens case using the universal adapters on the left side of the case. Its important to note that the case does not have D-rings on both sides of its belt, which make attaching a non-LowePro padded lens case difficult. Yes, the short belt on the case provides slots for tab attachments, but it has no method for adequately restricting vertical movement of a generic case, or rotation of the case on the belt. The mounts for the case seem to be designed to uniquely accept the LowePro lens cases but are not very good for generic lens cases. Attachment/removal of generic cases is a convoluted process. It is not fast and easy, and I've never been able to successfully immobilize the add-on lens bags without a lot of time-consuming effort. The LowePro lens bags have a different belt height/attachments than the bags by Safrotto, Fly-Leaf, etc. Youll have better results with the LowePro lens cases than with most generics, and youre pretty much required to buy the LowePro bags that cost 3x as much as the generics unless you want to fight with attaching/de-attaching them. I started off shopping for the ThinkTank Digital Holster 50, and after carefully comparing the stated measurements for the two bags, I concluded that the ThinkTank bag offered better depth to accommodate long zooms with hoods in the shooting position, but lacked adequate padding. I concluded that the LowePro bags were better padded, but were large enough for my kit. Unfortunately the LowePro bag turned out to be smaller than it was claimed to be. The result is that I bought the LowePro bag and Im not satisfied with it. Its shorter than they claim it to be, and its actual depth is about the same as the ThinkTank 50 with the pop-down zipper in the short position. In the pop-down position the ThinkTank bag provides an extra 8cm in depth, which is significantly better -- it will allow me to comfortably carry the 80-200, or to carry the body + 2 moderate lenses. The LowePro won't do that. I was originally concerned that the ThinkTank bag was only a skin, and didnt have adequate padding, and wouldnt accommodate much in the way of extra gear. (For example, ThinkTank doesnt give you room to store a strobe in your Holster bag, they would rather sell you a separate strobe bag that clips onto their utility belt.) As it turns out, the added stowage capacity that is the main selling point for the LowePro Toploader is largely illusory; although they claim you can fit a strobe, you really cant fit a strobe without shoehorning it into the bag and compressing the padding to the point that the padding is worthless. In the big scheme of things, this bag is designed for carrying a camera and lens as the primary cargo, and to carry miscellaneous supplies as secondary cargo. As a bag for my large camera/lens/hood combination this bag comes up short. Its simply too shallow for its intended task. Who cares if it can carry extra secondary cargo if the bag is too small to comfortably carry the camera and lens that its intended for? In this regard I think this bag is a loser and the ThinkTank 50 is a better bet. Although the ThinkTank bag doesnt claim to carry much in the way of extra cargo, it will fit it's primary cargo -- the camera/lens/hood -- comfortably while this bag wont, and thats what really matters. Im returning this bag and buying the ThinkTank 50.
    Date published: 2017-02-20
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Almost perfect bag! I settled on the Toploader Pro 75 AW years ago for my DSLR kits. I like the modular design of taking whatever lens I needed for the shoot by attaching the individual lens cases around the waist of this bag. Very practical bag for home storage, airline travel and hiking on location. This is my 2nd bag as I've added another camera to my kit. I'm still getting used to the top zipper changes as this new model includes another pocket at the top. The fitment of the camera seems to be a little tighter too than the original bag, I have a Canon 1DX and 1DS MK3 both with a RRS L-plate. I can mount any of my primes to the camera, there's room for longer lenses too but I tend to keep them in separate cases. I'm able to keep extra batteries, cleaning supplies, camera manual, strobe when needed and 4-(72mm / 77mm) filters all within the bag.
    Date published: 2016-12-09
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from would buy this again I recently used this for a trip to Ireland where it rained on and off most days and felt my camera with attached canon 100-400 was very well protected and found it comfortable to use
    Date published: 2016-08-06
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