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Lowepro Magnum 400 AW Bolsa de hombro para la cámara, negro

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  • Adecuado para: 1-2 DSLR profesionales con objetivo de zoom estándar montado, 6-8 objetivos adicionales (hasta 70-200 mm f/2.8) y accesorios
  • Excelente protección en los puntos críticos y en las esquinas
  • Sistema divisor acolchado ajustable para una personalización completa
  • Correa de hombro Vertebral Tech
  • Funda para trolley y correas para carrito de mano

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Tamaño: 400
Detalles técnicos
MarcaLowepro
ModeloLP36054
Nombre del modeloMagnum 400 AW
Año de fabricación2009
Peso del producto2,4 Kg
Dimensiones del producto34 x 33,5 x 44 cm
Número de modelo del productoLP36054
Número de productoLP36054
Aparatos compatiblesDSLR
Otras característicasCorrea de hombro Vertebral Tech, Cubierta protectora All Weather AW
Pantalla a colorNo
Relación de aspectoDesconocido
Pilas / baterías incluidasNo
Pilas / baterías necesariasNo
Tipo de materialNylon
Contiene líquidosNo
  
Información adicional
ASINB002I9OBQA
Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon nº296.608 en Electrónica (Ver los 100 más vendidos)
Producto en Amazon.es desde30 de julio de 2009
  
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Tamaño:400

Cuando el equipo está bien protegido, se trabaja mejor. La Pro Messenger AW, una bolsa blanda con capacidad para guardar material profesional, se ha diseñado con esta idea en la mente - El innovador FlexFlap Design permite al usuario doblar la solapa por la mitad con silenciadores de ganchos/lazadas para un modo “silencioso” y desplegarla totalmente para máxima seguridad. L a solapa puede doblarse detrás del asa de transporte para tener un acceso total al equipo - El tejido de rendimiento personalizado se ha fabricado especialmente para resistir la abrasión y la humedad, y recuerda a la tela clásica de lona - El compartimiento principal hondo de boca ancha ofrece espacio amplio para material fotográfico profesional, más accesorios - El interior totalmente acolchado y ajustable ofrece muchas posibilidades a la hora de configurar el equipo - Un bolsillo interior con cierre de cremallera ofrece un espacio ideal para guardar los accesorios de trabajo, tales como un paño para objetivos o un pequeño soplador de polvo y/o efectos personales - Un compartimiento frontal con cierre de cremallera con ranuras para tarjetas de memoria permite el almacenamiento seguro de tarjetas de memoria llenas y de repuesto - Un bolsillo de doble fin se transforma de espacio de almacenamiento práctico en funda de trolley apta para viajar con una cremallera de acción rápida - Una correa de hombro acolchada ofrece un confort duradero gracias al acolchado grueso en los puntos críticos de soporte de carga - Una correa de sujeción ayuda a asegurar la correa de la cámara a la correa de hombro por medio de un broche de cierre resistente - Bolsillos laterales reforzados ofrecen espacio de almacenamiento con acceso rápido para teléfono móvil, medidor de luz, cámara compacta u otros accesorios u objetos personales - La cubierta integrada All Weather AW protege el equipo fotográfico contra los elementos - Los enganches SlipLock aumentan la capacidad de transporte


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Magnum 200 AW Magnum 400 AW Magnum 650 AW
Colores Negro Negro Negro
Medidas (cm) Altura x Profundidad X Ancho Internas: 31,5 x 16,5 x 26,5 Externas: 38,5 x 24,5 x 32 Internas: 29 x 17,7 x 21 Externas: 35,5 x 22,5 x 23,7 Internas: 37,5 x 22 x 25 Externas: 40,5 x 26 x 28,8
Adecuada para Cámara réflex digital profesional con objetivo zoom estándar montado ; De 3 a 4 objetivos adicionales (de hasta 70-200 mm f/2.8) ; Accesorios Cámara réflex digital con objetivo montado (de hasta 18-105 mm) ; De 1 a 3 objetivos adicionales (de hasta 70-300 mm) ; Tablet de 10 pulgadas De 1 a 2 cámaras réflex digitales profesionales con objetivo montado (de hasta 24-105 mm) ; De 2 a 4 objetivos adicionales (de hasta 70-200 mm) ; MacBook de 13 pulgadas u ordenador portátil similar
Peso (kg) 1,7 0,8 1,2
Aceptada como equipaje de mano De acuerdo con las medidas límite de 56 x 45 x 25 cm
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Tamaño: 650 Compra verificada
Bolsa muy útil para el transporte de equipo profesional formado por varios cuerpos de cámara, objetivos, flashes, portátil y resto de equipo necesario para trabajo fotografíco.
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Tamaño: 200 Compra verificada
Es una bolsa muy completa y de buena calidad. Para un cuerpo con objetivo montado y 3/4 objetivos más, flash y cargadores etc. Buena distribución y buena accesibilidad.
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Tamaño: 650 Compra verificada
Es una mochila demasiaod grande y voluminosa la verdad que parece ser bastante incómoda pro el volumen, pero muy buena para equipo fotográfico completo y espaciosa ...
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2 de 2 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Excellent "Home Base" Bag 11 de diciembre de 2015
Por Photojoe - Publicado en Amazon.com
Tamaño: 650 Compra verificada
I was looking for a bag to hold everything in my DSLR outfit, which is a lot of stuff. Both to keep everything together and organized at home, and to take out to the car and pull from to put in a smaller shoulder or sling bag when I was shooting. Like a lot of people I have a few specialized lenses or other equipment that I don't always have when I want them, because I usually can't predict that I'll need them ahead of time and I didn't have a bag big enough to hold everything. This bag is big enough to solve that problem for most people.

Like with any well built gadget bag, adjusting the inserts isn't easy. I've seen some complaints about that, but that's the way it should be. You don't want the dividers moving around once you have them in place. Cheap bags have cheaper velcro that doesn't grip nearly as well as this one, but these ones stay in place, which is the point. Also, the entire sides have velcro, not just a strip in certain places, so you can attach dividers anywhere. I had never using padded lens dividers to stack lenses, but this bag is so tall, it's a waste not to. The problem is, having to detach one side of the velcro divider to get to the lower lens is a pain. Then I realized you can just attach the velcro on one side and flip the velcro tab on the other side so the velcro is inward and doesn't attach. Then it's easy to flip up the divider and access the lower lens.

The large, front compartments of this bag are also very well designed. They are clearly intended for cameras with a mounted lens, or very long/large lenses. Three different types of lens holders are included. One is clearly designed to cradle a lens, faced down, that's mounted on a camera. The other two work very well for large lenses. I have one lens the size of a standard 70-200 f/2.8 with tripod mount and a larger 150-500 with rather large handle/tripod mount. They all fit extremely well, and the cradles create padded space on the sides to hold some small items like cables or batteries.

I have an older Lowepro bag nearly the same size as this, a Medium Format Commercial AW model, and this bag solved my two biggest complaints of that one, which were that you had to zip the top shut to carry by the top handle, and there was only one center top handle. The 650 has a handle in the center, but also two handles on the sides of the lid. This is nice because when it's full, it's very heavy and difficult to carry with one handle. It also has quick release latches, so you can close the bag and carry by the handles without zipping it shut.

I just wanted to add, like others have said, even though this is technically a shoulder bag, nobody is going to fill it up, put the strap over their shoulder and carry it all over the place. It'll be far to heavy.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Massive, awesome monolith 3 de septiembre de 2012
Por Robert Gryphon - Publicado en Amazon.com
Tamaño: 650 Compra verificada
This is a shoulder bag in the same sense that you could hypothetically pick up a woman and carry her home on your shoulder, assuming a) she's into that, and b) you've got a chiropractor appointment booked in advance. Seriously, it is enormous. You can put all your gear in it, and I do mean all. And then you can buy more gear and attach it to the 6 pouch attachment loops on the sides. Note that I am 6'1 and 210 lbs. on a good day, and I've often scoffed at the comments lesser (well, shorter) people make about thus-and-such product being too big. This one is just...big.

I bought this bag as a fixture for my RV. Well, actually I didn't realize it was quite so huge when I ordered it, but I instantly decided on that use for it when it arrived. I needed a bag to hold the following:

- A pro-shape (battery handle-bearing) Nikon D800 with a 70-200 pro (f2.8) lens nose-down
- A Leica M9-P with large (for Leica) lens
- A Sony NEX-7 with long (for the NEX-7) lens
- A Nikon 70-400 telephoto zoom lens
- A couple of midsized Nikon zooms
- Six more Leica lenses
- A medium-sized flash for each camera
- A 17" Cracbook Pro Retina with 2-3 external hard drives
- Several filters, extra batteries for everything, cables, cleaning gear, and other junk

This bag consumed all of that except the laptop, sort of (see below), and it's still a little bit hungry. I will note that I chose to mount a couple of those LowePro quick-change lens pouches on one side, using their loop/slot system, and I store the 70-400 in one of those. I also put a 75 AW flash pouch and a general carry pouch on the other side, mainly so I can take these 4 pouches off to assemble a web belt harness thing if I need to. If I so chose, I could get all that stuff into the bag itself easily enough.

The thing that sold me on this bag instantly was the solidity of the inner partitions, especially the ones between the slots meant for cameras. They are velcro-fitted like those things always are, but these are really solid compared to those in any other bag I've seen, even other LowePro bags like the Stealth Reporter. I consider that bag to be pretty solid too, but this one is a whole other level. The front half of the main compartment consists of three full-sized, full-depth, square camera nest slots with solid padded specially-shaped walls between them. These are the first configurable partitions that ever said "pro" to me; that felt trustworthy. You could easily get three "pro"-shape (square-backed/battery handle) bodies with mounted long lenses in there, each nose down, if you didn't mind their grips touching a little. If you were to put 2 pro bodies with long lens nose down in the front corner slots, with a smaller camera (or long lens) in the front center slot, nothing would touch anything else.

The narrower 2nd row is a warren of configurable partitions for everything else. I usually hate those stacking cubbyhole partitions, but in the case of this bag, they aren't so awful because they're solid too. All my Leica lenses fit in about 1/2 of the back row, double-stacked with amply padded flip-up hatch partitions separating them.

There are large front and side pockets, and the usual rear slit paperwork-only pocket. The front one is big enough for chargers and cables and travel hard drives and that sort of stuff. The side ones are useful for miscellaneous stuff unless if you are going to hang additional pockets off of the side loops, in which case using the side pockets would create awkward angles for the hanging gera. I am doing that, so I only put flat cleaning cloths and other durable, thin things in the side pockets. There are six side loops but really you can only use two on each side unless there's some sort of really thin pouches I don't have, or if you really wanted to cram things together. I'll probably end up using 2 quick-change long lens pouches on one side, and leave the other side clear.

There's a slot through the back that's obviously intended for a cart. I usually don't like luggage carts, but for this bag, I'd make an exception. The shoulder strap is heavy-duty and padded, though you still couldn't carry this bag very far with any amount of gear in it. Incidentally, that's due as much to the squarish thickness front-to-back as to the weight of the gear. The massiveness of this bag means the carry handle centered on top is useful only when it's mostly empty, and when the lid is fastened down. I guess it's also useful for dragging the bag around the floor a bit.

The 2 things I don't like about this bag are as follows:

a) There's a little pocket up top, off to one side of the central carry handle. Because there's a webbing loop on the opposite side, I assume this pocket is meant to sit the feet of a tripod in, but all I can get in there is a small tripod or large monopod. Given the size of this bag, I'd like to see a real full-sized tripod solution, unless I'm missing something and there's a way to do it, which is entirely possible.

b) The laptop insert is interesting, in that it's got, like, this whole puppet theater thing going on, with the stiff hood and blinders. But it's also very excessively massive and bulky. Also, I can imagine folding it out in the field maybe once or twice in my life, at the most, at high noon in a desert or something. There is no slot in this bag to just jam your laptop down into, in the front or rear, and there really needs to be, since this bag has plenty of space for such a slot, and it's all I'd have needed. I was using a Cracbook Air 11 when I got this bag, and it was ludicrous in that insert case, like a little kid trying on his mother's muu-muu. Though maybe less creepy of an image.

Sooo, moving right along: the laptop case doesn't slot down along the rear or front of the bag. (If it did, you could use that slot without it, which would be nice.) Instead, this podium-encyclopedia-sized padded insert must be be laid on top of all your other gear, just under the bag's lid. That means you lose height, which is a sincere bummer when you want to store one or more DSLR pro bodies with 70-200 lenses mounted nose-down. Since that's the exact reason I got this case, I had to just remove the laptop insert and put it in yet another bag. If you didn't have nose-down cameras with mounted long lenses, you could use the laptop insert, but you'd still have to take it out and put it aside whenever you removed anything from the bag's main section.

b) alone is the reason this review isn't 5 stars. Maybe I'd give it 4.5 if I could, but I can't, and there's no excuse for not being able to get both a pro body (or three) with big lenses and a laptop into this bag.

Otherwise, I've never seen a better "everything" camera bag for fixed- or vehicle-based use.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great main bag, but have some smaller bags, too. 26 de febrero de 2015
Por Rydra - Publicado en Amazon.com
Tamaño: 400 Compra verificada
It's been said in other reviews, but it bears repeating: This bag is LARGE.

I've been doing a wide range of photography for about twenty years: landscape, aerial landscape, industrial, technical, etc. I've got a bunch of gear, some of which I use all the time, and some of which I use only part of the time. Until recently I've had gear spread between several bags. And occasionally I've been surprised to get out on a shoot, only to find thing X, Y, or Z was in one of the other bags. I was sick of it.

My goal with this bag was to have one bag I could fit the bulk of my gear into. That way if I absolutely had to have all my gear, I could grab just one bag and not worry that I had left critical pieces of gear behind. I could also grab a subset of gear and pack a smaller bag for a day, but at the end of the day everything would go back into The One Bag. I knew this meant a large bag, but it's what I wanted.

Well... I got what I wanted. The Magnum 400 AW is a LARGE BAG. But it worked! Most of my photo gear fit with the notable exception of my 4x5 film gear and my lighting gear. But two cameras, four lenses, filters, graduated ND filters, chargers, cables, chips, flashes, radio slave, stofen, field audio recorder, etc. all fit fine with some room to spare. Even better, I didn't have to cram anything. t's kind of like a living room for photo gear in which each piece of equipment has its own chair to lounge in. Nobody has to share a seat.

I've only just started to carry this bag out on shoots. I can already tell I won't be able to carry it everywhere I work. Shoots that require a substantial hike would be utter back-breakers. In those cases I'll have to transfer only what I intend to use to a smaller bag. But already I've had a couple of real feel-good surprises when I get to where I need to be, open my bag, and have EVERYTHING right there at my fingertips.

I would recommend the Magnum 400 AW to anyone who's looking for a main bag to hold all or most of their gear. But I'd urge them to also get a smaller bag or two for those days when they really need to travel small and light. 'Cause small and light isn't something this bag will do.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas "Did I mention this bag is really big?" 19 de febrero de 2015
Por C. L. Young - Publicado en Amazon.com
Tamaño: 650 Compra verificada
I've had several "gear" bags over the last 10 or so years as my photography hobby has progressed from a point and shoot to much more. As I've gathered more equipment over the years, I have gone slightly bigger each time. For the last few years as my collection has grown larger, I have been juggling storage of my equipment using 2 or 3 different bags including a nice camera backpack that is great for traveling with my 6D, a couple of lenses, and some accessories. However, it became a pain sometimes; where are the filters, which one has the 50mm, where is the flash, etc. I began wishing I could have one bag that would hold it all. One day I saw a B&H add for Lowepro bags and ended up checking out the Magnum 650 shoulder bag. Make a long story a little shorter, I purchased it and man, this thing's got it all. I have now fulfilled my wish of "all gear into one". I adjusted the compartments to hold my 6D with the 24-70mm f/2.8L II (with hood installed) plus 5 other lenses with room to spare for cables, flash, filters, microphone, and strap. There are pockets of all sizes to store batteries, chargers, SDHC cards and more. For those with a laptop it features a padded sleeve to fit a 15" laptop plus an integrated sunshade. If this is not needed, there is just that much more room available. I'm not really sure if I'll ever really need all the storage the Magnum 650 offers. I don't think I'll be flying with it or putting it over my shoulder for a hike (it's seriously heavy when full). My smaller bags are now relegated to that duty. Anyway, if you're looking for "one bag to fit it all" this might be the one. Did I mention that this is a really big bag?!
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Suits my needs 15 de febrero de 2016
Por MrFixIt - Publicado en Amazon.com
Tamaño: 200 Compra verificada
I started out believing a backpack was the way to go (shooting indoor sports at high schools in gyms). I bought one and it felt like I had a small coleman cooler strapped to my back. I returned it and decided it was going to be this bag or its bigger brother the 400AW. I have a full frame canon with a 70-200 f2.8 lens attached, 4 smaller lenses, a flash, and the usual extras. Half the bag is dedicated for the camera with battery grip and long lens attached (hood removed). The other half holds the 4 lenses and flash. The outer pockets easily hold extra batteries and chargers, manuals and whatnot. There is even room for my wallet, keys and cell phone in the outside pockets.

This case does hold what it says it should. It is durable and well made. Some reviewers commented about this being tippy, but I disagree. Even with my camera standing upright (lens down), it stays put just fine. I really wanted a little more room without having to cram so as to also accomodate a smaller backup camera and a small HD camcorder - but that isn't possible with this. The next step up (the 400AW) would definately fit everything I have, but at a bulkier in size package that I decided I didn't want to haul around all the time. This bag still looks like a camera bag. The next step up is more akin to a carry on bag. My bag, as equipped, is what I really need with me 95% of the time, so I am keeping it.

The padding is good and the shoulder strap is very comfortable. It is worth the money.