Lowepro S&F Utility Bag 100 AW

Lowepro S&F Utility Bag 100 AW

Lowepro S&F Utility Bag 100 AW

B&H # LOSFUB100 MFR # LP36279
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Product Highlights

  • Fits Variety of Cameras, Binoculars, Etc
  • Wide and Angled Opening
  • Water-resistant Exterior
  • Built-in All Weather AW Cover
  • Front Zippered Pocket
  • Cable Port at Top Rear of Bag
  • SlipLock Attachment Tabs
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Lowepro LP36279 overview

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The Lowepro S&F Utility Bag 100 AW (Black) is designed to carry a variety of camera bodies; binoculars; batteries; flash units; mixing units or other accessories. A wide and angled opening provides access to items quickly. The bag is made from water-resistant 600 denier polyester, 1680 denier nylon, 420 denier nylon exterior with 210 denier nylon and stretch mesh polyester interior. The interior is fully padded and has an adjustable divider that protects fragile equipment while being stored or carried. .There is a front zippered pocket for caps or small accessories. A cable port at the top rear of the bag allows a cable to go from an accessory stored in the bag to any outside gear. SlipLock attachment tabs are used to attach the bag to optional, compatible S&F belts and other Lowepro products with SlipLock loops.

Modular Bag Basics
  • Holds a variety of camera bodies; binoculars; batteries; flash units; mixing units or other accessories
  • Adjustable divider can organize the interior
  • Built-in All Weather AW Cover ensures the gear is protected from the elements
Material
  • Water-resistant 600 denier polyester, 1680 denier nylon, 420 denier nylon exterior
  • Fully padded interior
  • 210 denier nylon and stretch mesh polyester interior
Product Highlights
  • Front zippered pocket for caps or other small accessories
  • Cable port at top back of bag allows a cable to go from an accessory stored in the bag to outside gear
  • SlipLock attachment tabs to attach the bag to optional ,compatible S&F belts and other Lowepro products with SlipLock loops
  • Two D-rings can be used to attach additional accessories
UPC: 056035362798
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Lowepro S&F Utility Bag 100 AW
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    Lowepro LP36279 specs

    Material Exterior: 600 denier polyester, 1680 denier nylon, 420 denier nylon
    Interior: Fully padded
    Interior: 210 denier nylon, stretch mesh polyester
    Type of Closure YKK zippers with large U-shaped pulls
    Exterior Dimensions 8.0 x 5.1 x 9.0" (20.4 x 13 x 23cm) (WxDxH)
    Interior Dimensions 7.5 x 2.8 x 6.3" (19 x 7 x 16cm) (WxDxH)
    Carrying/Transport Options Handheld or on a compatible S&F belt
    Weight 10.58 oz (300g)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.62 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 8.4 x 6.5 x 4.9"

    Lowepro LP36279 reviews

    S&F Utility Bag 100 AW is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 54.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Just what I needed In order to get the best rate for my flight, I got a ticket that did not allow me to take my Lowepro rolling bag on the plane.� I had no ability to use the overhead compartments.� So I'm checking my my case inside of a hard sided suitcase.� I will pack my lenses as well as I can, but I was not about to put my cameras in there.� So I'm carrying on my two Canon bodies with battery grips one in my Lowepro 75AWII holster and the other in the Lowepro S&F Utility Bag 100 AW.�� This will go under the seat in the plane with enough room for my Kindle paper white, passport, and other odds and ends.� Next trip I will try and take my Lowepro roller on board, but this will work.
    Date published: 2018-04-22
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from fits sony a6000, with 16-50, 24mm, 50mm fits my sony a6000 with kit lens attached, along with zeiss 24/1.8 and sony 50/1.8 stacked on rear caps. also fits a CPL case and and extra battery in the front zipper. this thing is really well padded and flexible. its nice velcoed to my regular belt, or when slung off a strap (not included, but it has nice metal loops). this is an A+ product for a low price. basically perfect for mirrorless kits. it also fits my nikon d4 body only.
    Date published: 2014-06-13
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Lowepro S&F series Between my husband and I, we have a Canon 5D, 5D Mark III, 2, 24-105mm, 20-70mm 2.8 IS, 16-35mm 2.8 IS, flash, tripods, lens hoods, storage gear, filters, cards, etc which we carry regularly including a month+ at a time overseas. When oversears, we each carry a 22 carry-on, I carry a canvas should bag, he carries the Lowepro 450 backpack, we wear the belts. We each have a 100 AW utility bag and each have a quick exchange bag for our lenses which fit in the suitcases. NO CHECK IN BAGS --- NO CHECKING OUR PHOTO GEAR. The backpack gets us over there, the belts, exchange cases and utility bags carry all of our gear easily all day long. Works like a charm. Thanks Lowepro.
    Date published: 2014-07-21
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect for small recorders, loved it, bought it twice This is a pretty killer affordable solution for the field audio person - its compartments neatly store a portable recorder (i.e. Zoom H5 or H6) plus your essential cords, mic capsules etc. Outside zip pocket good for an extra data card or other little stuff. Buy yourself a loose black shoulder strap and you can attach it to the loops lowe pro puts on here for use with their utility belt, and you can carry it over the shoulder on the go! small enough to fit easily inside another larger bag for transport. Loved it in my personal field kit storing my H6, so I bought another one for my work kit to store an H5!
    Date published: 2017-02-21
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Slip-Lock for Extras I bought two of these bags to Slip-Lock onto the side of my Lowepro Stealth Reporter 400 camera bag. I got them to fit a new lens inside my camera bag and to clear some of the accessories out that were kept on top of my cameras and lenses in the camera bag. In one of these bags I have my set of Lensbaby lenses and accessories and in the other bag I have my macro ring light, accessories, and a couple other items. The bags are spacious, easy to open and get things in/out (not stiff at all like another reviewer's bag), and easy to Slip-Lock on/off my camera bag even when full (which is great since having one on each side brings my bag past airline carry-on dimensions, so I can quickly take one off and attach it/store it elsewhere when flying, without having to empty the bag). They come with the attached pull-over rain covers just like my camera bag has. I don't regret my purchase at all!
    Date published: 2012-05-29
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Bag for Binoculars With two 100 AW bags already being used for photo equipment, I purchased another to carry a pair of large Fuji stabilized binoculars for field use. The bag was easily able to accommodate the binos and a bino harness strap with room in the front pocket for extra batteries and lens cleaning materials (there is also a micro cloth attached to the inside of the bag). The sliplock system allows the binoculars to be secured to a Lowepro backpack or a regular belt with ease and the waterproof cover has worked well for rain. A strap for hand carrying can also be installed through the two D rings of the bag.
    Date published: 2015-03-30
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent carry-all This bag is the perfect accessory holder. Unless you need to carry a ton of extra supplies, this will get you through most situations. For me, it accommodates a flash, prime lens, extra batteries, and some filters with plenty of extra room (should I need cleaning supplies, cable release, etc.). The build quality is what I expect from LowePro. If I had to give a con, I would say that the zipper design slows access, but this design allows for other benefits (protection, wider mouth), so it's a wash. Overall, pair this bag with a lens case, and you're good to go for most daily shoots.
    Date published: 2013-10-31
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not as utilitarian as the original I'm comparing this new bag to LowePro's original utility bag which is now discontinued by B&H. I loved the original, you had multiple dividers, large pockets, both inside & outside the case. I did not like the nosy zippers, boxy design and thin material. I expected this new version would improve on the original but there is nothing to separate it from any other square camera bag. It is bigger than the original and has a lower profile making it less likely to snag on things and is more comfortable when worn under a large coat. The problem is there is only one small divider inside so putting lots of small items, like extra batteries, memory cards, etc. is going to lead to a jumbled, scratched-up mess. Sure you can put these items in their own cases or provide additional protection but that eats up space and makes finding them a chore. There is one pocket on the front which is so tight that you would be lucky to put anything but a lens cloth. This is not what a utility bag should be, and LowePro created a perfect example with the original enabling you to keep and carry all those small items in one bag on your belt. As an example, in the original I carried the following: Gepe memory card case, flash Better Beamer, 18-55mm lens, 55-250mm lens, 12mm & 25mm extension tubes, 4xAA batteries, 9V battery, iPod, small speaker, wireless remote for camera & iPod, screwdriver, Allen wrenches, lens cloth, and a compass. Good luck keeping these safe & organized in the new bag. If you want to carry a camera body or a lens then this bag works but LowePro have been making those generic bags for years. I have virtually all of LowePro's original S&F gear and this bag along with their new Flex series are poorly designed.
    Date published: 2011-06-14
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