Lowepro Adventura SH 140 II Shoulder Bag (Black)

Lowepro Adventura SH 140 II Shoulder Bag (Black)

Lowepro Adventura SH 140 II Shoulder Bag (Black)

B&H # LOA140BQ MFR # LP36863
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Product Highlights

  • Holds DSLR with 2 Lenses & Flash Unit
  • Interior Zippered Pocket under Lid
  • Inner Touch-Fastening Memory Card Pocket
  • Protective Rain Flap with Quick Release
  • Exterior Zippered Accessory Pocket
  • 2 Pleated, Slip-In Side Pockets
  • Padded Top Handle for Comfort
  • Adjustable Shoulder Strap
  • 2 Built-In Rear Belt Loops
  • Molded Base for Moisture Protection
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With a padded compartment for your camera, and a zippered exterior pocket for your accessories, the black Adventura SH 140 II Shoulder Bag from Lowepro is designed to hold and protect your DSLR camera with attached lens, extra lens, and flash unit from dust, dirt, and the elements. The SH 140 II features a single top-loading camera compartment with a removable divider for organizing your gear. A zippered pocket located under its rain-flap lid for small accessories such as a battery and lens cloth. Store your memory cards in the touch-fastening, slip-in dedicated memory card pocket. Lifting the protective rain-flap reveals an exterior zippered, slip-in pocket for small items such as a battery charger, USB cable, and lens cap. Pleated pockets, one on either side of the bag are suitable for storing items such as a small flashlight, cellphone, pens, or energy bar.

Your SH 140 II is easily carried with the padded top handle or removable and adjustable shoulder strap. For greater carrying versatility, the bag may be attached to your belt with the 2 built-in rear belt loops. When set down, the bottom of the bag features a custom-molded base for protection against dirt and moisture.

  • DSLR with attached lens
  • extra lens
  • flash unit
  • Small accessories such as charger, cables, memory card, and spare battery
  • Custom-molded base to help safeguard against dirt and moisture
  • Padded top handle for comfort
  • Removable and adjustable divider for organizing gear
Exterior Pockets
  • Zippered accessory pocket under rain flap for holding small accessories such as a charger and cord
  • 2 pleated, elastic side pockets for small items such as lens caps, flashlights, and pens
Interior Pockets
  • Zippered, slip-in accessory pocket under lid
  • Fabric-fastening, slip-in memory card pocket under lid
Shoulder Strap
  • Adjustable and removable shoulder strap with snap hooks
Built-in Belt Loop
  • Two built-in rear belt loops for use with user-supplied belt
UPC: 056035368639
In the Box
Lowepro Adventura SH 140 II Shoulder Bag (Black)
  • Adjustable Shoulder Strap
  • Removable Divider
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
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    Lowepro 140 II specs

    Carrying/Transport Options Belt Loop, Handle, Shoulder Strap
    Exterior Material Polyester
    Exterior Dimensions 7.1 x 5 x 7.5" / 18 x 12.6 x 19.1 cm
    Type of Closure Buckle, Zipper
    Water Resistance Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Interior Material Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Interior Dimensions 6.8 x 4.3 x 6.7" / 17.3 x 11 x 17 cm
    Weight 0.7 lb / 0.3 kg
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.85 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 8.5 x 7.1 x 5.7"

    Lowepro 140 II reviews

    Adventura SH 140 II Shoulder Bag (Black) is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 6.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Bag But Too Small For Me I bought this to hold my Panasonic Lumix FZ200 with the AC charger spare battery and car charger with full size flash, polarizer and lens cloth. First let me say that this bag is first rate as far as construction and protection are concerned. No problems with that. My problems are two fold. First the new access choices are backward. The front flap clip opens the bag to the zipper. The zipper opens the bag from back to front. This is counter to the old model, which I prefer. I like to leave the zipper open and let the clip open the bag from the front. Second is that the bag is too tight on the lens shade and does not leave room for a full size flash for my Fz-200. I have since bought the Adventure 170 old model. It should arrive this week and I will review it as soon as possible. This bag gets all 5 stars because it is what it is claimed to be. And it is pro quality and construction at a great price. Again B&H does a great job of offering the best equipment with equally great service.
    Date published: 2016-02-15
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good for Olympus OM-D Using this with the E-M5 and 12-40 lens. Narrowed it down to this or the Toploader Zoom 45 AW II. That one fit the camera and lens with hood in shooting position nice and snug - but a strip of velcro halfway down the side rubbed too hard against the 12-40 on it's way down or up. A narrower kit lens wouldn't have that issue but still, the velcro placement choice seemed poor. This one doesn't have that issue. It's slightly large for my setup but the 120 didn't cradle the camera very well and was a touch too short height wise. This one fits well with a tripod plate or handstrap attached to the camera body and the lens hood left in shooting position, which was essential to me. I'll be strapping this to my chest with carabiners via the strap lugs. Zippers are a little less beefy than the older Lowepro holster I own. The top handle is centered which I prefer over the rear placement on the 45 AW II. Front flap with buckle seems a little redundant since the pocket it covers has a zipper. You have to unclip then unzip for access to the front pocket. It's slightly inconvenient but is more secure. Flap also takes the place of a pull out rain cover. The front pocket isn't as large as the Toploader Zoom 45/50 AW II but decent for batteries, card reader, memory card holder, circular filters. Overall no major complaints.
    Date published: 2015-11-20
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works Great This bag is great for my needs. It holds my nikon d3300 and two lenses. Now I can carry both lenses and not worry about bumping my stuff against anything.
    Date published: 2015-11-08
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works perfectish for my A7 III hiking kit I bought this hoping it would be the smallest bag I could fit my bare essentials into for hiking trips since my normal camera bag is much larger. I can fit my A7 III with the 85mm f/1.8 on with the hood in shooting position, the Zeiss 35mm f/2.8, an extra battery, filter case, and remote release. There is a little room left over in the outside stuff pockets, but not much. I could squeeze in more if I put the filters into their original cases. But it does what I need, which is be tiny and out of the way of my hiking pack while protecting my gear. The strap mostly sucks, but the bag is $30 so you can't expect a half decent strap (unfortunately) for that price. I just use the Peak Design slide lite instead, which is way too big for a mirrorless body, even one as big as the full frame alpha bodies. That way I can feel better about spending $50 on the overpriced Peak Design strap. I really really really wish this had a rain fly, though I'm sure it will protect well enough under normal rainy hiking conditions. There is room to stuff a Walmart bag in a pocket, just in case. Overall, I'm very satisfied with this for a bare minimum travel/hiking bag.
    Date published: 2018-05-11
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great little bag Great little bag. On the bottom is a soft plastic which, over time, will prevent wear and tear. Very well thought out. Good job Lowepro!
    Date published: 2017-01-27
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good fit for larger bridge camera & accessories This bag comfortably fits my Panasonic Lumix DMC FZ1000 and its strap with the lens hood in reverse position. There’s enough room to also carry the battery charger, 1-2 spare batteries, multiple SD cards, a couple of filters and some lens-cleaning materials. The bag comes with 2 identical, movable interior dividers that secure with Velcro. I prefer to place the spare battery and charger in the bottom of the bag with one of the dividers positioned horizontally on top of them. Then place the camera sideways on top of the divider. If I don’t need to carry the charger with me, I can use that space for lens-cleaning materials or my wallet instead. Alternatively, you could position both dividers vertically and place the camera with the lens pointing downward between them. The thick rubber-like panel on the exterior bottom protects the bag from dirt, moisture and bumps. Included is a removable, 1.5 inch wide, adjustable-length shoulder strap with non-pivoting plastic clips. There’s a textured slightly cushioned segment that rests on your shoulder. The large outer flap, secured with a plastic clip, covers the front zippered pouch & serves no useful purpose, except maybe some rain protection. It is not a storage pouch. I’m considering cutting it off to reduce weight/bulk. On the underside of the zippered lid is a storage pocket that is the full length & width of the lid, although the zipper opening is less than full width. A spare SD card fits in a special elastic-topped pocket, which is a bit awkward to get into. I’ve been satisfied using Lowepro camera cases for extensive travel over the years, and have no reason to expect any less from this well-made bag.
    Date published: 2018-05-16
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