Lowepro ProTactic SH 120 AW Shoulder Bag for Mirrorless Camera System (Black)

Lowepro ProTactic SH 120 AW Shoulder Bag for Mirrorless Camera System (Black)

Lowepro ProTactic SH 120 AW Shoulder Bag for Mirrorless Camera System (Black)

B&H # LOPT120 MFR # LP36923
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Product Highlights

  • Holds Mirrorless, 2-3 Lenses & More
  • Accommodates Smartphone
  • Top-Zip Opening for Fast Access to Gear
  • Padded Touch-Fastened Interior Dividers
  • Front Accordion Accessory Pocket
  • Built-In Memory Card Pocket Under Lid
  • Front SlipLock Attachment Strap System
  • Top Strap & Adjustable Shoulder Strap
  • All-Weather Cover & Accessory Pouch
  • Made of 900D & 1680D Polyester
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Lowepro 120 AW overview

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Inspired by the urban landscape, yet at home wherever you may roam, the black ProTactic SH 120 AW Shoulder Bag from Lowepro is designed to store and protect your mirrorless camera with mounted lens, 1-2 extra lenses or flashes and accessories, while also keeping these items readily accessible. The front exterior, accordion-style accessory pocket has space for your cell phone and other items. Photographers will appreciate the water-resistant, top zipper opening for fast and easy access to their gear. Padded, touch-fastening dividers provide for numerous storage configurations. The bag's lid closes securely with a zipper and a center quick release buckle. A versatile bag, it features a memory card pocket underneath the lid, front SlipLock attachment strap system, and a built-in all-weather cover. Extra gear may be stored in the included 4.0 x 4.0 x 1.5" accessory zip pouch. The pouch has a rear, touch-fastening belt clip for use with the bag, strap, or belt. Carry the SH 120 AW with the top strap or adjustable shoulder strap. For strength and durability, the bag is made of 900D and 1680D polyester.

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Lowepro ProTactic SH 120 AW Shoulder Bag for Mirrorless Camera System (Black)
  • Shoulder Strap
  • Accessory Pouch
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
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    Lowepro 120 AW specs

    Carrying/Transport Options Handle, Shoulder Strap
    Exterior
    Exterior Material Polyester
    Exterior Dimensions 10.9 x 5.8 x 7.9" / 27.7 x 14.7 x 20 cm
    Type of Closure Buckle, Zipper
    Water Resistance Rain Cover
    Interior
    Interior Material Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Interior Dimensions 9.1 x 4.3 x 7.1" / 23 x 11 x 18 cm
    Weight 1.8 lb / 0.8 kg
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 2.05 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 10.5 x 8.9 x 5.0"

    Lowepro 120 AW reviews

    ProTactic SH 120 AW Shoulder Bag for Mirrorless Camera System (Black) is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 16.
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not satisfactory. I sent the bag back unused. My specific complaint was the inside dimensions (as advertised) being somewhat exaggerated. Length and width might possibly have matched but only if the padded lining was removed - which kind of defeats the purpose. The height measurement was not even close (advertised as 7.1 inches, probably closer to only 6 usable). Also, the bag was a hassle to close completely (even when empty), with a sewn in storm flap that needed to be pulled down to cover the top zipper. This flap was too tight and was not something I cared to deal with over the long haul.
    Date published: 2016-05-02
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice bag I have many bags (several Lowepro) since no one bag does it all. I got this one for day use with my Olympus OMD with one or two lenses. First, build quality is great; the bag should last a while. As reported by several, the bag is a bit smaller than I thought it would be. The camera with either my 40-150mm f2.8 or 12-100mm f4 mounted is all this bag can support internally. I have to carry any second lens in a case externally mounted to the Molle bands which isn't a bad alternative. The bag, though, is just the right size for a day of shooting, not large, not heavy but about right. There is no way, though, that I could use it for any of my full DSLR kit.
    Date published: 2017-06-18
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from An Outstanding Multi-purpose Bag that is with me always I carry a man bag. OK, I admit it. I like to have a bunch of my toys with me, and this bag is perfect to carry them. I can carry a MFT camera, or as in today a Sony DSR100 - M4. I have a set of Bose head phones, an iPad Mini with 128GB and some additional batteries, memory cards and other adapters to charge all these toys on the go. On other days, I have carried a complete MFT system with a GX8 and 3 lenses, the iPad, batteries, etc. Its the only bag I need, unless I want to carry my 100-400, then I use a dedicated bag for the camera and lens and carry any other accessories I might want in this one. It's strong, stealth - doesn't look like a camera bag
    Date published: 2016-06-28
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from I'm keeping it, simple This is a partial review for what I purchased this bag for. I wanted a small, tough bag to protect my leica MP with one lens on the body and maybe room for one other lens. I like to keep it simple and often just through one camera in the bag with one lens attached, no flash, no major accessories. This fits my camera nice and snug. I can fit it in face down or side down, refitting the velcro pads for support. I could fit a second M lens in the bag. The top of the bag is firm with a hard foam insert of sorts. It feels like added protection. The bottom of the bag has a similar firm insert so the bag sits upright when placed on the floor. Extra little pockets on the inside flap compartment with key hook. Looks like a nice place to throw the car keys, wallet, cash and some change. Nice adjustable strap. Comes with a second little bag that can be attached to the outside of the bag. It contains what looks like the tripod straps and a little bag strap. Looks like a decent pocket for a point and shoot camera. The main bag is only about 10 inches across the bottom. Maybe could hold an ultra compact tripod strapped to the bottom, but I'm not interested in doing that with this bag. The top bag flap zips shut, but I leave it unzipped and close the flap with the plastic patch. Again, first impressions are that it is a sturdy small bag for my Leica when thats all I want it for. Easy to open top and grab camera. In fact, the way the stiffer top flap is designed, it pops open when I release the plastic latch. This actually makes it easier to grab the camera. Hope this info helps someone as choosing bags over the internet is difficult.
    Date published: 2016-01-01
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect for my A6300 & 3 lenses... Great small package for my 6300 w/16-70, Also carries my 55-210 and 28mm. Light and easy access.
    Date published: 2016-05-22
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Well Made, Small This bag is very well made and padded. However, it's smaller than I expected. A Canon M5 with 18-55 and 55-200 lens is all that I can fit. Smaller accessories can fit in the slide in areas, but a closure is lacking on the main front slide in pouch. An interior pouch has a zipper. The removable thick padding takes up quite a bit of room. The accessories pouch could be used for a small flash or p&s camera. No padding there. Overall, well done but I wish it was about 25%+ larger
    Date published: 2017-11-29
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good protection but a little clunky I purchased this bag with the Olympus Pen-F and 2 lenses. It fits that camera perfectly. The top of the case is hard, so it provides more protection, and the entire case is water resistant (with the included shower cap). The hard top makes it a little more difficult to open and get at the camera / lens, but overall this is a functional bag.
    Date published: 2017-05-21
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from It's good, but too small for the G85! This bag is fine, but, I think it's a bit of a head scratcher why BH supplied this as part of the Black Friday Deal with a Panasonic G85 with a mft 12-60 and 45-200. This bag is simply too small for that set! The biggest problem is the camera grip. Because of the camera grip, you cannot really store anything with the inserts below the grip area (eg the T-shaped padded setup that's common with camera bags).�Maybe SD cards, or a 46mm polarizing filter (was all I could fit). So you either let the camera 'float' above any of the padding, and have only short items under the T, or you readjust the padding so that the entire camera body with lens, takes up its own area (which defeats the purpose of all the flexy folding dividers), and now you really don't have any usable space on the other side.� I think at best, I could fit a) the camera with 12-60mm, and strip all the padding, except one divider to fit the 45-200.� Or, b) the camera with 12-60mm on-body, some polarizers or what-not, and a shorter lens (Oly 12mm, or 45mm, or unhooded PanLeica 25mm1.4).� There really is no room for carrying much else in the main bag. They do have a side detachable pouch, but it has no protection, so I wouldnt carry a spare lens there. Perhaps, the charger or a spare batt can go there. I do like the bag, but the g85 is too big a camera to fit (unless you dont have much else). I think BH should have included the 180AW with the G85 instead.� I think this bag is more suited to something that is mirrorless rangefinder style (especially lacking the camera grip), it will do the T-shape padding nicely.� I had an EM5-1 and think it would have fit (only with prime lenses, still). As for the bag, it is solidly built, has a nice shape, the front pocket is useful, though they are not zipped or closed (except for one that could fit paper/passport slim objects).� The only 2 other things I did not like: The 'lunch box' handle is not removable, and it kind of gets in the way if you have the shoulder strap on, in addition to the way the top flap lip closes, and where the inner double zipper 'parks' when its fully opened, all those things are happening near the D rings on both sides. Secondly, the rain cover is not well designed. The part that wraps the top half, does not really stay because of the pull of the elastic,�and the mechanism that should keep it tucked in, doesn't.
    Date published: 2017-12-14
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