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Lowepro Outback 100 - Funda (480 g, 170 x 115 x 235 mm, 370 x 175 x 237 mm) Negro

5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas 2 opiniones de clientes

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Detalles técnicos
MarcaLowepro
ModeloOutback 100 (Black)
Nombre del modeloOutback 100
Año de fabricación2009
Peso del producto481 g
Dimensiones del producto37,1 x 17,5 x 23,6 cm
Número de modelo del productoOutback 100 (Black)
Número de productoOutback 100 (Black)
Pilas / baterías incluidasNo
Pilas / baterías necesariasNo
Tipo de materialNylon
Incluye batería recargableNo
Incluye adaptador ACNo
  
Información adicional
ASINB002IVAZ9U
Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon nº969.059 en Electrónica (Ver los 100 más vendidos)
Producto en Amazon.es desde30 de julio de 2009
  
 

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Otras características:
Color del producto: Negro
Dimensiones (Ancho x Profundidad x Altura): 370 x 175 x 237 mm
Dimensión interior (Ancho x Profundidad x Altura): 170 x 115 x 235 mm
Materiales: Nylon
Peso: 480 g


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La mochila es muy cómoda y caben varios objetivos grandes. Además, permite colgarla al hombro. Si tienes muchos accesorios y vas a andar mucho, la bolsa es de gran ayuda.
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Tamaño: 100 Compra verificada
Es una forma muy comoda de llevar la camara, de poder guardarla y de llevar al menos un par de objetivos de manera comoda y sin tener que llevar mochila. Muy contento
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Amazon.com: 4.2 de un máximo de 5 estrellas 33 opiniones
9 de 9 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Higly Recommended 17 de agosto de 2010
Por Amazon Customer - Publicado en Amazon.com
Tamaño: 200 Compra verificada
Bought this on May 24, 2010 and since then, it's been my bag of choice for all around street photography.

I use the Main Bag Compartment for my EF 85mm F/1.8, ef 70-200mm lens hood on the bottom and my Canon Rebel XS with Tamron 17-50mm attached on top, a 430 ex II on the front packet calling cards, pens and notepad and since it has two additional lens cases, I can use one for my EF 70-200mm F/4 IS USM and and the other one for a bunch of stuff like air blower, filters, extension tubes, filters, radio flash triggers, brush and cloths.

The best thing I like about this bag is the fact that I can insert my Canon Rebel XS with Battery Grip and a 70-200mm F/4 IS USM attached including a lens hood, with no problem. I used like a holster.

I highly recommend this bag if you do long walks with your gear. I have not had any problems with it.

I will write a mini review of this bag on my website at simplyness dot com, just search for Outback 200. Thanks

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It's now August 2012, and it's still my favorite bag. I have upgraded my gear since I first got this bag, now I have a Canon 40D, and 60D bodies, with grip and it fits perfectly on this bag, most of the time I used the main bag compartment to carry a body with grip and a EF 70-200mm with hood in position ready to shoot. I recently bought a Lowepro Top Loader PRO 75 AW, but despite having superior quality and better material and construction, I was disappointed with it. The bag of the lowepro outback 200 can accomodate more gear than the Top loader pro 75 AW. The Top Loader pro 75 aw has smaller and shorter compartments, A body with a 70-200mm lens with hood in ready position won't fit, I need to reverse it. I prefer the hood of the 70-200mm always in ready position and not in reverse, so this bag for me is much better than the Top loader pro 75, if using the 70-200mm or a lens like the 180mm macro with hood in ready positioned.
3 de 3 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Better than I expected 5 de mayo de 2012
Por Erol - Publicado en Amazon.com
Tamaño: 200 Compra verificada
I like this bag for when I am carrying a long lens on the body. My Nikon 24-70 fits in it WITH the hood no problem. If I know that I am going to be walking a lot, and I can get away with limiting what I carry, I take this bag. I would say, you can fit a body with a large lens in the main compartment, use one of the side tubes for one big zoom or two primes (if you padding in between) and the other tube for a flash and a few other smaller accessories you need. The bottom of the main compartment may still have some room depending on the size of your lens. But that's a hard area to access quickly because of the way you will have to arrange the Velcro padding for the lens. So you can put less frequently needed items there perhaps remote flash triggers and such.

The shoulder strap is long and it is made to go across your chest. I found it very comfortable to use. The belt takes most of the weight "off" by distributing it really well and the shoulder strap just helps. The bag is easy to swing around from the back to the front of your body without removing the shoulder strap or losening the belt.

As another reviewer mentioned, there are side straps that go around the side lens tubes and these are looped into the belt. So if you leave that as is, when you tighten the belt, you squeeze those lens tubes. I don't loop that strap through the ring on the belt now. The straps are still usefull tightening down and securing the lens tubes and they don't interfere with the belt at all.

On the negative side,
I took one star off because the belt and the back support could have used more padding and better build such as a few other Lowe belt packs. I also think that the top zipper should have been a larger size to open and close a bit easier especially with one hand. Again is not the best zipper that Lowe implemented. I am not sure why. Also it does not have the signature Lowe all weather cover that pops out from the bottom. Again, I don't know why.

Bottom line, it is a great bag, for long hours of walking and standing. It really keeps the center of the weight of the camera and lenses close to your body. This at the end makes it less tiring also it makes it easier to take the camera in an out. Because the bag is attached to your waist, you can run, kneel down, squat down or even sit down without the bag swinging around, bumping into things etc. I would definitely recommend this over an equally sized shoulder bag any day of the week. For when you want to carry more equipment than this bag will hold, see my review of the Lowe flipside 400, which is also a great bag for a different purpose.
I hope this helps...
6 de 6 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Nice beltpack 24 de junio de 2011
Por scribe - Publicado en Amazon.com
Tamaño: 100 Compra verificada
I was originally looking for a decent backpack to carry my camera, as well as a few other items that I carry with me when I hike. However, to get a camera backpack of decent size that would hold my camera and everything else, it was quite expensive. So, I decided to go with a beltpack and still use my small backpack for everything else. At this time, I haven't made a trek with them both, but I have made a short hike with the beltpack. Here is what I have found.

Pros:
-Holds most of the basic gear needed for beginner and amateur photogs.
-Seems a well-made, quality product.
-Stays put where you buckle it pretty well.
-You can slide it around to to front or either side for access without removing.
-Easy to get the camera in and out quickly.

Cons:
-If you are a professional or even an amateur with a lot of gear, you'll need a bigger pack.
-Again, the size...you'll need to make sure your larger telephoto lens will fit in the side tubes.
-If you sit it upright, it falls over easily.
-This is strictly a beltpack type pack and does not work well as an every day camera bag.

It serves the purpose it was designed and purchased for and I would purchase it again. However, if I wanted more of a multi-purpose pack, I would look at another product.
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Good Bag Designed for Smaller Gear 29 de abril de 2014
Por ALCAM-USA - Publicado en Amazon.com
Tamaño: 100 Compra verificada
This bag is well made. It's designed for smaller lenses. The main compartment is only 8.5 inches deep. It can't take my 70-200 2.8 lens attached to the camera. I own Nikon equipment. I have the D800, D7000 and FE cameras with battery packs. These bodies will NOT fit in this bag with the battery packs attached. So, if you own similar size cameras think twice.

I have to detach the battery pack and stick it in one of the side panels to use this bag. I normally just leave the battery pack home or use a different bag if I plan on using the battery pack. The two detachable panels can handle small lenses like my 50mm, or 85mm (minus the lens hood).

The main compartment is well padded and stiff and is a good fit for my D800 or D7000 with the 16-35mm lens attached. Unlike the Tenba fanny pack, this bag lacks any exterior padding around the belt area. It's designed for lighter gear so people shouldn't expect to carry the kitchen sink. It's comfortable enough if you stay within its parameters. I usually take only one extra lens with this bag.

I purchased this bag used for $35. At this price, this bag is a bargain. I wouldn't purchase it for $90 because there are other bigger bags that can do more at the same price. If your in the market for a small bag and can pick up the Outback 100 for around $65-$75 then I would say go for it.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas LowePro Outback 200 Camera Beltpack 21 de agosto de 2011
Por PhotoEarl - Publicado en Amazon.com
Tamaño: 200 Compra verificada
I have owned the LowePro Outback 200 Camera Beltpack for about 6 weeks and in addition to using the pack for local hiking/photography, I have most recently returned from a week-long trip to the Eastern Sierra. During this trip, I did extensive hiking using the Outback 200, usually carrying the following equipment:
- Canon 70-200mm F2.8 L Zoom lens
- Canon 100mm F2.8 Macro lens
- Canon 20mm F2.8 lens
- Canon 7D body
- Cokin filter system- usually 4 filters, adapters for lenses, etc.
- plus assorted other items (remote control release, lens cleaning cloth, batteries, memory cards, etc.)

The pack was relatively comfortable with this load and MUCH easier to use in the field. By slightly loosening the waist belt, I could easily pivot the pack to my front, where I could quickly remove my camera and lens from the pack. The diagonal shoulder strap helps support the weight of the load during this maneuver. More importantly, if I wanted to change lenses or add special filters (ND Grad or polarizer), I could easily do this with little fumbling or worry about dropping equipment on the ground. I had previously used a camera backpack and this always required removing the backpack, finding a suitable spot to lay it down, unzipping the appropriate compartment and getting the camera set up. Sometimes my wife could assist with this operation, by asking her to extricate the lens I needed, while the pack remained on my back, and help me with the lens exchange.

I usually keep my camera in the Outback pack while hiking, as I find this more comfortable than carrying the camera around my neck. It also keeps the camera and lens less dusty and more protected.

Another positive feature of the Outback over a backpack, is the lower center of gravity of the hip-pack design affords over the backpack. This is useful during sketchy stream crossings on narrow logs or rocks. Also, I find that wearing a backpack very hot, resulting in my shirt-back getting completely soaked with sweat. The Outback was much cooler than a backpack.

The Outback has many loops for securing jackets or other apparel that one may want to shed during a long day of hiking.

One improvement that I could recommend for the Outback is the external zipped pocket is somewhat shallow. An electronic flash can easily fit but not much else. If it were about 1/2" to 3/4" deeper, it would be more useful.

All in all, a very well-designed product, which meets my needs effectively. While it does not hold all the gear that can fit in my backpack, it is quite useful and more comfortable for my purposes (hiking around while shooting pictures).