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Lowepro Orion DayPack 200 - Funda para cámaras réflex (con compartimentos para accesorios), negro y gris

4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas 4 opiniones de clientes

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  • Fabricada de neopreno
  • Proteja la cámara de polvo, arañazos y daños
  • Con cierre de clip y de cremallera
  • Tiene bolsillos en exterior para accesorios pequeños

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Detalles del producto

  • Dimensiones del producto: 21,8 x 33 x 45,7 cm ; 599 g
  • Número de modelo del producto: LP36329
  • ASIN: B004R739LE
  • Producto en Amazon.es desde: 22 de junio de 2011
  • Valoración media de los clientes: 4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas 4 opiniones de clientes
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Otras características:
Altura: 45,7 cm
Ancho: 33 cm
Color del producto: Negro, Gris
Dimensión interior (Ancho x Profundidad x Altura): 175 x 152 x 279 mm
Peso: 600g
Productos compatibles: DSLR
Profundidad: 21,8 cm
Tipo: Mochila

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Es ligera, algo imprescindible para llevarla en largas caminatas. Además necesitaba una mochila que ademas de espacio para la cámara tuviera algún otro compartimento y esta resultó ser perfecta para mí. En el compartimento superior caben perfectamente un bocadillo, una botella de agua y una chaqueta. Además tieno otros compartimenos menores para móvil u otros objetos pequeños.
La cámara va bien protegida. No entran muchos accesorios pero yo llevo un cuerpo, un objetivo y un flash macro sin problemas.
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La mochila tiene bastante espacio para la cámara, baterías, cargadores y un par de objetivos (dependiendo del tamaño claro). Todo el equipo fotográfico lo puedes alojar en la parte inferior.

En la superior cabe lo indispensable para una escapada de fin de semana. Tiene un bolsillo interno con red.

Como pega, no tiene funda de lluvia ni correas para el pecho o la cintura. Pero eso lo puedes encontrar en una conocida tienda de ropa deportiva de origen francés.
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La mochila cumple las expectativas que tenía sobre ella, pero ahora, después de haberla utilizado se me queda algo pequeña la parte superior (la que no es para equipo fotográfico). aún así creo que está muy bien y me será muy util.
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Me encanta...lo unico que podian sacar el mismo modelo pero un poco más grande, y con impermeable incorporado para la lluvia. También un mejor sistema para poder llevar el trípode.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Exactly what I was looking for 1 de julio de 2014
Por judymanx - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I was looking for a camera backpack to take on vacations and to college football games to photograph my marching band kids. I have a Canon T5i with an 18-55mm lens and a 55-250mm telephoto lens. The Orion DayPack 200 is perfect for my needs. It's a sturdy, well made, and high quality bag. My camera (with the 18-55mm lens attached), the telephoto lens, and a few small photo accessories fit beautifully and safely in the lower compartment. I could easily add another lens or a small point and shoot camera. I use the upper compartment for the items I usually carry in my handbag. The two zipper compartments on the upper exterior are perfect for things like tickets and a cell phone. The two mesh pockets flanking the lower exterior are perfect for small items like a lens cap, a phone, or even a 16.9 oz water bottle. I have yet to use the bag in cold weather, but I plan to use the straps on the bottom for items like a raincoat, a jacket, or a stadium blanket. I am a 52 year old gal in fairly good physical condition and I find the "filled up" Orion DayPack comfortable and easy to carry. I don't mind taking the pack off to access the contents. The Orion DayPack does not feature side entry access while wearing the pack. I am very happy with this purchase!
3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas acceptable 19 de octubre de 2013
Por usability - Publicado en Amazon.com
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An acceptable choice.

UPPER COMPARTMENT
I want to focus on the upper compartment first. It has 2 exterior pockets. The problem with these pockets is they are totally unpadded. The middle section in-between the pockets (the middle section with the Lowepro logo on it) is actually padded with a (very) thin layer of padding; it's just the pockets to the left and right of this that aren't! So the middle section between the pockets gets some padding but not the pockets themselves. This isn't ideal since whatever is inside these pockets can be damaged if hit hard enough. Sometimes the bag is on your back and you turn around and forget that you are carring a big load on your back and your bag hits into something when moving about. The unpadded nature of these pockets gives me a cheap feeling. Maybe that's unfair on Lowepro but I expected some padding here. Anyway, when you open these pockets they just consist of the one compartment: there are no mini-compartments inside these pockets to better organize smaller stuff.

Anyway, moving on. Open up the main top secttion. Here your larger non-camera things such as lunch or clothing can fit. Inside we see a single mesh pocket. That's all. Again, no real options for compartmentalization if you want to store smaller stuff too. I would prefer if the mesh pocket wasn't mesh so whatever goes inside there can be better protected from any other things scratching it or getting caught on the mesh or doing damage. I'm unsure why mesh is often used, especially in simpler bags like this. Visibility of the contents shouldn't be the main priority. Protection should. So again the feeling of cheapness creeps in.

LOWER COMPARTMENT
Unlike the upper compartment, the lower compartment is totally padded (good since most will want their camera gear in here). By default it is divided into 6 sections with dividers that are easily velcro-repositionable. The surfaces here consist of soft fleece and nylon. Which are soft fleece and which are nylon? The repositionable dividers have a nylon surface. It isn't as soft as the fleece surface. The inner top surface (the opening 'lid' of the bag) is also nylon. The parts that consist of the soft fleece are the bottom surface and sides of this compartment. I always prefer as much soft fleece as I can get. Anyway, the camera & other gear have adequate clearance from anything that could possibly scratch them. As the bottom section is opened & closed and the gear put in & pulled out, there is no real risk of scratching. Good to see. No metal bits. No nearby zips (zippers). Now closing up the lower compartment, we see a large buckle that can be used when we want to open & close the bag quickly without doing it the long way. Nice. 2 external lower mesh pockets sit on each side. These don't seem to be high enough for many water bottles. They really need more height. To me, it would be better if these mesh pockets were completely sealed pockets rather than mesh, perhaps with double zips (zippers) to also accommodate bottles too. There would be more opportunities to safely store other gear here and keep it away from typical rain and dust (as well as keep it protected with some padding). The mesh pockets limit the usefulness (and durability) of many bags, which again makes me think the bag design is a little cheap. Pretty much the only thing you can carry here is bottles when it could be so much more. Even when carrying bottles they are not adequately protected from shocks due to the cheap mesh (especially true of glass bottles), let alone the low height of the pockets.

BOTTOM SURFACE
Looking at the 'feet' of the bag now. The bottom surface of the bag allows the attachment of a compact tripod or other gear (rolled-up clothing). The straps here are easily adjustable with the plastic buckles. Quite nice. The only problem is this: every time you put the bag down on the ground, the plastic buckles on the bottom surface are going to get in contact with the ground. They will get scratched and otherwise face the wear-and-tear every time you take the bag off your back to put it down somewhere. When doing so, the bag will not be completely flat, even when not using the bottom for anything, since the buckles have some height to them. There are no durable 'feet' for the bottom either, nor reinforced materials. All you notice here is a rather thin nylon like the rest of the bag, so it doesn't seem like the most durable bottom surface. The plastic buckles will be taking most of the scratches and wear-&-tear here and that's just simply bad design. There are no slits that the buckles and straps could slide into (to keep them out of harm's way). It's a disappointing omission that (again) makes me feel like this is a little cheap.

OTHER
The main shoulder straps are adequately constructed. They are padded and otherwise comfortable. Eash strap has a small 'belt loop' on it which is designed to accommodate the attachment of smaller pouches with velcro-removable belt attachments. There is no chest harness. The part of the bag that touches your back is also adequately padded and comfortable. The carrying handle on the top of the bag seems adequate. Not the best and not the worst.

CONCLUSION
* soft & cushy section for your camera gear with nicely adjustable internal dividers
* the top left & top right exterior pockets have zero padding. Not ideal.
* in my opinion, an over-use of cheap mesh pockets is evident here (but many other bags do the same)
* side mesh bottle pockets offer no protection and don't have enough height for many bottles. Poor design.
* in my opinion, elements of the design come across as cost savings rather than thoughtfulness
* bottom of the bag doesn't seem the most durable thing to put on the ground (and plastic buckles take the damage)
* no durable hard plastic or rubber feet for the bottom of the bag (for more longevity)

Over-all, an adequate bag for the money. It will protect your camera gear but may disappoint those expecting a bit more for the money.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Saved my camera! 11 de junio de 2012
Por Mom of 2 - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I love this bag! Exactly what I've been looking for to protect my DSLR and equipment. Plenty of space and pockets in the top compartment for a day's worth of essentials. I take this camping and on the trails with us and bought it for future travel to theme parks. Plenty of space in the camera compartment on the bottom for my DSLR, a zoom lens and my battery charger. It even saved my camera a few weeks ago on a canoe trip. I had to jump into a river after my daughter had been thrown in when we hit a log head on with our canoe. I had completely forgotten that I had the backpack on. Once I realized that I did, after I pulled her to safety, all that could run through my mind was that my camera was ruined (in a rush that morning, I had completely forgotten to Ziplock EVERYTHING). The bag was completely submerged when I jumped in. Much to my surprise, the camera was barely wet! The bottom of it had a few water droplets on it. I had napkins in the top compartment that were completely dry! The camera and all equipment are in perfect working order today. The only negative to the bag is that it is difficult to get in and out of if you want to get to your equipment out or put it away when it's not in use. You have to set it down or have someone hold it for you. I knew that going into it though after reading other reviews. My needs of a dual purpose camera bag (not just something that would hold my camera, but something that would hold other essentials as well) trumped the minor irritation of getting it in and out.
1.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Garbage! 16 de agosto de 2014
Por A.P.S. - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I've now had a chance to use this bag on several overseas trips.

This was a replacement for an Orion Trekker, which is an excellent bag

I do not recommend anyone buy this bag since functionally it is an ergonomic nightmare!

If you want a backpack that won't stay on you shoulders, this is the one for you!

The anti-perspiration mesh on the shoulder straps is like Teflon... no grip and slide around and off your shoulders.

The cut and spread of the shoulder straps are built for someone with shoulders as wide as an ox! If you're smaller than that look out!

There is no hip belt any more, nor cross-chest connecting strap.

Clearly an example of yet another company working its way down the ladder of success.

Avoid!!
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great day-pack 17 de agosto de 2011
Por edoug - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I bought this bag for a recent trip to Europe - wanted a day pack to house my camera and some additional items. It was very handy to be able to not bring my dedicated camera bag and use this as a hybrid for walks and sightseeing. After using it for 11 days, here are my conclusions (note that I'm no pro photographer, just a hobbyist):

Pros
- The size of the bag is great for day trips - not nearly as big as a regular back-pack, but enough for essentials. You can jam a lot of stuff into that top compartment. As a sizing example, a large 1.5 liter bottle of water needed to be put slightly on angle to fit - the zipper would not close if it was standing straight up.
- Quality construction and strong zippers
- Straps at bottom are handy for an extra coat
- The camera storage is solid - moveable separators and tall enough that I could easily fit my Nikon D-3000 body with 55-200 lens attached.
- Happily found out that the camera storage compartment stays closed even when it's not zipped. Took a whole hike with it wide open, and didn't discover until the end. Because of the way the compartments separate and the bag lays on your back, it naturally stays closed and nothing fell out.
- Very comfortable to carry, straps are padded nicely.

Cons
- Biggest issue was this - you cannot access the camera part of the bag without taking off the bag. Even one-shouldered, it was very awkward. You really can't get easy-quick access with this bag.
- when there is stuff in the top of the bag, it doesn't usually sit upright on it's own - falls over easily.

Nit-picks
- Would have loved to have a few more pockets on the inside, but one did the trick adequately. However, when the bag falls over, things fall out of that one pocket and are then lose in your bag.
- The way the top opens is a little awkward and takes some getting used to (the bulk of the items in that compartment are located to one side of the zipper). It's hard to explain, but if you unzip it and need to add something, you'll be pulling the back open, rather than the front down.

Overall, I would recommend it and I'll love using it again.