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Lowepro Photo Sport BP 300 AW II (Black)

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Lowepro Photo Sport BP 300 AW II (Black)
Key Features
  • Holds Pro DSLR, 2-3 Lenses, Flash
  • Top, Side & Front Access to Gear
  • Padded, Touch-Fastening Interior Divider
  • Weather Flap & Cinching Top Compartment
Nature, wildlife, and travel photographers packing camera gear, accessories, and personal items for their next adventure will appreciate the black Photo Sport BP 300 AW II from Lowepro. The BP 300 AW II features a zippered side compartment with a removable, equipment insert for storing a pro DSLR, 2-3 lenses, and flash. This insert has thick interior padding, and a touch-fastening divider for organizing your gear. Under the insert lid are two slip-in memory card pockets. The gray interior facilitates locating your gear in low light. The large weather flap lifts to reveal a top storage compartment, which closes with a cinch strap for added protection. Store your bike helmet, light jacket and other items requiring quick access inside the exterior front pocket.
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Lowepro 300 AW II Overview

Nature, wildlife, and travel photographers packing camera gear, accessories, and personal items for their next adventure will appreciate the black Photo Sport BP 300 AW II from Lowepro. The BP 300 AW II features a zippered side compartment with a removable, equipment insert for storing a pro DSLR, 2-3 lenses, and flash. This insert has thick interior padding, and a touch-fastening divider for organizing your gear. Under the insert lid are two slip-in memory card pockets. The gray interior facilitates locating your gear in low light. The large weather flap lifts to reveal a top storage compartment, which closes with a cinch strap for added protection. Store your bike helmet, light jacket and other items requiring quick access inside the exterior front pocket.

For journeying further, remain hydrated by storing an optional, user-supplied two-liter water reservoir behind the back panel. Internal routing provides for optimal hydration tube placement. Multiple attachment points on the front of the pack may be used for transporting a tripod, hiking poles, and other items. And for added comfort and stability your BP 300 AW II is easily carried with the adjustable shoulder harness, sternum strap and waist belt. A back panel with mesh padding to cushion impact, wick-away moisture and improve airflow contribute to greater comfort on longer trips. Rounding out the pack are zippered waist belt pockets, one on each side, for sunglasses, phone or energy bars, and a built-in, all weather cover for protection from the elements. Constructed of N100, N210D, and HD Oxford nylons, your case is both durable and strong.

Pro DSLR or mirrorless camera with an attached lens, 2 extra lenses or flash, optional user-supplied 2-liter hydration reservoir, and extra gear such as a bike helmet, clothing, food, and compact tripod
The side-access UltraCinch chamber allows wearers to tighten the camera compartment from outside of the pack to stabilize gear while in motion
ActivZone harness with chest connector helps provide targeted comfort for active shooters
Built-in All Weather AW Cover for protection from the elements
Exterior front pocket fits a bike helmet, light jacket, gloves and/or other similarly sized items
Padded waist belt with a zippered side pocket on each side for quick-grab items such as a cell phone, sunglasses, or energy bars
The reservoir storage compartment features quick release buckles and internal routing for easy access and set-up
UPC: 056035368905

Lowepro 300 AW II Specs

Carry/Transport OptionsBackpack Straps with Sternum Strap, Waist Belt
ColorBlack
Type of ClosureTop Compartment: Drawstring
Camera Compartment: Zipper
Monopod/Tripod HolderYes
Environmental
Water ResistanceRain Cover
General
MaterialsExterior: Nylon
DimensionsExterior
22 x 10.6 x 9.4" / 55.88 x 26.92 x 23.88 cm
Interior
8.8 x 8.3 x 3.5" / 22.35 x 21.08 x 8.89 cm
Weight3.2 lb / 1.5 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight3.55 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)17.8 x 13.3 x 3.6"

Lowepro 300 AW II Reviews

Great so far

By Michael
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-04-04

I have been doing some hiking recently and wanted a day pack. Something big enough to carry my camera and at least a couple of lenses, and light enough it would t cut off circulation to my head. For this past weekend I loaded my canon R5 with 15-35 attached and RF 24-70 in the padded pocket area. It was a snug fit, but secure and protected. I also loaded my 100-500 in a case in the top compartment which has no padding. I decided against a tripod on this trip, but I wouldn't see a problem loading a light travel size tripod. I loaded a few accessories like batteries, memory cards, survival knife, and I think it's 1.75lt bottle water on the side pocket. The backpack was comfortable, it didn't choke me. It wasn't a hot day, but the pack seemed to breath ok on my back. So far, so good!

Great For Hiking When You Want to Have a Camera

By Bayley
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-10-21

Perfect for my needs. I needed a camera to hike in Sedona to capture an engagement session for a beautiful couple and this pack enabled me to have my hands completely free!

Excelent !!!

By Federico Ernest
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-09-09

Just a bit little in the camera/lenses compartiment, got mi Nikon d7000 a 18-200 and a 10-24, thight. But you can easily use some other part to carry one lens more. Super comfortable in lumbar zone specially, doesn't pull you back I love that. Also like the big area above for carrying a jacket, snack or else. Just bought a 2 lt water bag and fits great. Overall is excelent and comfortable. Great quality!

Good quality - but not right for me.

By Josh
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2021-02-08

I have been looking for a pack that will work for camera gear and hiking stuff (jackets, food, etc.). This does fit that bill, but access to camera gear is a pain and the ICU area (side access) is small and awkward for storage. I could not access the gear without taking the pack off fully. (The Tenba Solstice series is excellent in this regard). The thing that really surprised me is the lack of a dedicated tripod holder on the back of the pack. The side pocket can be used, but it's not easy to put in, secure and then take out. That is - if you are using something larger than a really compact travel pod. And there are now tie-on spots to jerry-rig a better solution. Very nice quality build and super comfortable to wear. It may become a pack I use for hiking exclusively, but not if I'm planning to bring gear.

THE BEST OUTDOOR LOWEPRO EVER!

By Jarilson
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-12-28

Simply the best!

A perfect match

By Annie
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-12-15

The size, weight, and compartments designed are just what I want for day hikes and taking photos in need.

Great so far

By Michael
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-04-04

I have been doing some hiking recently and wanted a day pack. Something big enough to carry my camera and at least a couple of lenses, and light enough it would t cut off circulation to my head. For this past weekend I loaded my canon R5 with 15-35 attached and RF 24-70 in the padded pocket area. It was a snug fit, but secure and protected. I also loaded my 100-500 in a case in the top compartment which has no padding. I decided against a tripod on this trip, but I wouldn't see a problem loading a light travel size tripod. I loaded a few accessories like batteries, memory cards, survival knife, and I think it's 1.75lt bottle water on the side pocket. The backpack was comfortable, it didn't choke me. It wasn't a hot day, but the pack seemed to breath ok on my back. So far, so good!

Excellent lightweight option for cycling

By Steve
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2022-03-23

This is a lightweight option to carry at least some camera gear with me on mountain bike rides; it offers enough protection that I'm confident using it for most rides. The only downside it that I wish it had just a little more storage for camera specific items but we can't have it all.

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