Lowepro Flipside 200 Backpack-Black

October 8, 2014 - Comment

The compact, lightweight design of the Flipside 200 backpack lets you carry your digital SLR without worry. The unique back compartment entry gives you safe, easy access to camera gear when you’re setting up plus extra security when you’re on the move. Outer storage panels keep digital accessories and personal items close at hand. Product

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The compact, lightweight design of the Flipside 200 backpack lets you carry your digital SLR without worry. The unique back compartment entry gives you safe, easy access to camera gear when you’re setting up plus extra security when you’re on the move. Outer storage panels keep digital accessories and personal items close at hand.

Product Features

  • Back entry compartment provides easy access to equipment as well as extra security when pack is being worn
  • Removable accessory pouch allows you to take cables, chargers, manuals and other key accessories
  • Hideaway tripod holder carries a compact tripod or monopod when you need it and easily concealed when you don¿t
  • Tough water resistant outer fabric protects against moisture and abrasion
  • Detachable waist belt and adjustable sternum strap helps to stabilize pack, distribute weight evenly and ensure carrying comfort

Comments

Amazon Customer "Damien" says:

my opinion on this bag,, Lowepro has taken an industry by storm with their bags. This bag is the 3rd Lowepro bag I’ve owned over the last 4 years (All upgrades).I’ll just get my details out of the way. In this bag I carry a Canon XTi body with the Battery grip, an attached Canon 28-135mm IS USM, the “nifty 50” 50mm f/1.8 II Speedlight 580EX II Flash and there is room in there for 1 more lens (I’ve got a Tamron 75-300mm in the mail) and an small omnibounce, cleaning solution and a CF card reader.. I ordered…

EFis says:

Nice pack I’m very satisfied with the purchase of this pack. I don’t have a lot of equipment or glass, but the small top-loader I had was not cutting it any more. I was looking for a relatively small pack to store a few lenses, flash, chargers, and of course the camera. I tried to like the Lowepro Slingshot, but ultimately wasn’t satisfied with the side load design. It’s a great concept and I know that it’s great for getting those quick shots, but I was concerned with its ability to accommodate a…

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