Lowepro Flipside Trek BP 250 AW Backpack (Gray/Dark Green)

BH #LOFTBP250AWB • MFR #LP37014
Lowepro Flipside Trek BP 250 AW Backpack (Gray/Dark Green)
Key Features
  • Holds Mirrorless/DSLR Body & 2-3 Lenses
  • Body-Side Access to Gear
  • Front CradleFit Pocket for 8" Tablet
  • Top Exterior Zippered Pocket
Designed to go off-road, store and protect your photography gear, tablet, and personal items in this gray and dark green Flipside Trek BP 250 AW Backpack from Lowepro. The BP 250 holds a mirrorless or compact DSLR camera body and 2-3 lenses in a lower compartment that can be easily retrieved through a body-side access point while the bag is being carried. A CradleFit padded suspended pocket protects your 8" tablet in a front zippered compartment that also offers added organizational for smaller items. A top zippered compartment, dual stretch-mesh side pockets, and multiple external attachment carrying points allow for even more storage and carrying options.
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Lowepro BP 250 AW Overview

Designed to go off-road, store and protect your photography gear, tablet, and personal items in this gray and dark green Flipside Trek BP 250 AW Backpack from Lowepro. The BP 250 holds a mirrorless or compact DSLR camera body and 2-3 lenses in a lower compartment that can be easily retrieved through a body-side access point while the bag is being carried. A CradleFit padded suspended pocket protects your 8" tablet in a front zippered compartment that also offers added organizational for smaller items. A top zippered compartment, dual stretch-mesh side pockets, and multiple external attachment carrying points allow for even more storage and carrying options.

Carrying your gear has never been more comfortable thanks to the ActivZone suspension system that includes adjustable shoulder straps, a sternum strap, and a waist strap for even weight distribution. A built-in all weather cover resides in a zippered pocket at the top of the bag and can be utilized when caught in inclement weather, hiking a muddy trail, or to help deter curious fingers from unzipping your gear when you're not looking.

UPC: 056035370144

Lowepro BP 250 AW Specs

Carry/Transport OptionsBackpack Straps with Sternum Strap, Handle, Waist Belt
ColorGray
Type of ClosureZipper
Laptop/Tablet CompartmentFits Tablet
Monopod/Tripod HolderYes
Environmental
Water ResistanceRain Cover
General
MaterialsExterior: Nylon
DimensionsExterior
17.3 x 10 x 6.7" / 43.94 x 25.4 x 17.02 cm
Interior
9.1 x 7.9 x 4.7" / 23.11 x 20.07 x 11.94 cm
Weight2.3 lb / 1 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight2.6 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)18.7 x 8.9 x 6.3"
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Is the mechanic of accessing the camera (use waist belt, rotate the bag to front) exactly the same as Lowepro Photo Hatchback?
Asked by: Kornphat P.
Yes, this back will allow you access the gear in the way you describe, similar to the Lowepro Photo Hatchback. This is also illustrated in the product images.
Answered by: Andrea O.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Will a Nikon D750 with the 24-120mm lens fit in the backpack?
Asked by: Ming
According to Manfrotto, as long as the camera/lens combination is under 8 it should fit. So, the D750 with the 24-120mm f/4 should fit.
Answered by: Christina S.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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What are the measurements for the camera compartment and the upper compartment?
Asked by: Linda
Sorry, we are not able to measure the bag. From what information we have, the exterior dimensions are 10 x 6.7 x 17.3 / 25.5 x 17 x 44 cm with what appears to be the camera compartment interior dimensions being 7.9 x 4.7 x 9.1 / 20 x 12 x 23 cm and thus the top should be about 7.9 x 4.7 x 8 / 20 x 12 x 20 cm.
Answered by: Dennis A L.
Date published: 2018-08-27

Will this fit a wide angle lens plus a 70-200mm?

Will this fit a wide angle lens plus a 70-200mm?
Asked by: Paul
Yes.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2021-01-22

is there a hip belt?

is there a hip belt?
Asked by: Larry
Yes, it has a one inch waste belt with plastic buckles.
Answered by: Zachariah
Date published: 2021-01-28

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I currently have a Hatchback backpack, and I'm looking for something with more space. Is the 350AW a good choice or just go for the larger purchase of the 450AW? I currently don't have a lot of gear, but always looking to add more. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
Asked by: pam
I have spent a career looking for the perfect bag. It is never ending but fun. That being said, what bag you get depends entirely on what you are doing and what you feel YOU need. You mention 4 bags and they easily divide: 2 are for hiking+photography; 2 are strictly for carrying photo gear. If you plan serious hiking, go that way and get a hiking bag. If you are getting gear in the near future and want a bag for just that, get the photo gear bag. Look up the number of cameras and lenses that are listed and whether the bag is for the larger DSLR or the smaller mirrorless. See if those numbers match the gear you have or are going to soon get. If so, that is your bag. I suggest getting the bag that fits you now. Otherwise you may have too much bag to deal with.As I alluded to, there is always another bag around the corner.
Answered by: Dennis A L.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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1 ANSWERSWill an Canon 80D with a Canon 24-104 mm attached and a 50 mm fit?
Asked by: Luciano
It should! I put a 5D mark IV with a 35mm lens AND Really Right Stuff L-Bracket attached and it is just a hair big but fits. The 80D and 70D is about 1/2" shorter and slimmer than the 5D mark IV so it shouldn't have a problem.
Answered by: Kevin
Date published: 2019-01-03

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Is this pack water resistant/proof? If not is there a cover for it?
Asked by: jeanette
I think it would be fine, even in heavy rain. It has a built in cover and the camera is accessed from the rear. It should stay well protected from even heavy rain. Now if you go swimming, you might have a problem. But rain shouldn't concern you if you put the cover on correctly.
Answered by: Glenn G.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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