Lowepro Photo Runner 100 - Funda (600 g, 255 x 115 x 195 mm, 320 x 161 x 224 mm) Marrón
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Color del producto: Marrón
Dimensiones (Ancho x Profundidad x Altura): 320 x 161 x 224 mm
Dimensión interior (Ancho x Profundidad x Altura): 255 x 115 x 195 mm
Materiales: Nylon, Poliéster
Peso: 600 g
Productos compatibles: Photo cameras
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I fit inside the main compartment a Canon 5D3, 24-105 lens, 600EX flash and either an off-camera cord or an ST-E3. Extra batteries, a memory card case, and a Demb reflector are in the external pockets. The side compression straps are also too long, and I'll probably trim those down. The bag and contents fit snugly against my lumbar region for a comfortable ride.
Overall a very good bag for a small kit with some oddly conceived straps.
UPDATE: After using this bag for a while longer, I streamlined it by cutting off the bottom tripod straps and the D rings for the useless shoulder strap. I'm never going to carry one of my tripods with this bag--it's for quick running and gunning or lightweight travel. And the bag tipped over when set down on the buckles. Problem solved.
I was really wondering what I would be able to fit inside the bag and here's my verdict: in use, it is not the 4.5 inches wide on the interior that it advertises. I was able to fit my Nikon 70-300mm VR, my D5100 with Tokina 12-24mm attached and my 35mm prime. At this point, everything fits well and I wouldn't try to cram anything else in there. The downside is that the hood on the 12-24mm is very tight in the width - so even if I had no other lenses, it would still be tight. Also, I was hoping that due to the small side of the D5100, I could keep my battery grip on and put it in the bag (with lens attached) sideways. It's about 4.5 inches wide that way, and that's what the manufacturer advertised as the width. However this does not work and it fills the width pretty well from top to bottom without grip. In a way, that's a good thing because the bag is a lot slimmer than your typical camera bag. Another reason not to add anything else is that this bag was a little less comfortable than I was expecting a beltpack to be at the weight of the items I listed. It's not Lowepro's fault, I just had some kind of unreasonable expectation that I would hardly notice 3 lenses and a body on my waist.
If being able to fit a 70-300mm VR, a D5100 with 12-24mm attached and a 35mm prime sounds fine to you, get this bag. It doesn't look terrible like most Lowepro bags, it's not unreasonably bulky to carry around all day like most Lowepro bags and it's a lot cheaper than anything of this quality in a larger size or anything more stylish.
EDIT: After taking this bag around a couple of major cities, across foreign countries and through about a dozen national parks I have found the following flaws: The shoulder strap will make the fabric on a cotton shirt pill if you wear it on your shoulder for a while as the strap edge will slowly cut tiny fibers in your shirt. Also, as it breaks in you will have to start tightening the belt strap more and more as you walk around - mine is now to the point that it feels loose even when I get it as tight as possible (I wear a 30 inch waist) so I have stopped using it as a belt pack completely. That said, I am still very satisfied with the look and slim profile of the bag and, after replacing the strap, am happy to use it as a shoulder bag.
The Photo Runner 100 is narrower than most camera bags. When pulled tight against your body the OM-D fits nicely. As a shoulder bag it's a little wide for the OM-D. Not a big deal..
So far I have 3 lenses and the 600R flash in the main compartment with room to spare. The side fold lid is great. It gives you a good open bag area for swapping lenses.
big minus is the thin slot pockets, you really can't put anything thicker than 1/2" in there without creating a bulge and the Velcro closure is not secure. My old camcorder bag had a zipper pocket that was 1.5" in width; it was great for batteries and thicker items. Lowepro needs to get rid of the thin pocket concept with some of their other bags; my flipside 300 also has a useless side pocket that can't hold thick item too.