Lowepro & Crumpler backpack owners pls advise..


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Need advise as I am only looking at Crumpler & Lowepro backpacks.

So far I have seen that crumpler is the only bag that has a camera compartment and a large bag space for other stuff. However, the crumpler cannot carry a tripod. Would like to know if Lowepro has something like this similar.

I own an A1 so I don't take up space in regards to lens pockets. I carry a tripod some filters, lens hood, binoculars, note book, 1-2 mini guide books, medium sized mineral water bottle, t-shirt, foldable umbrella. Is there a lowepro backpack that can handle my type of stuff?

Appreciate your inputs... :sweat:
 

YSLee

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Still can't fit the Rover series. Yes, big annoyance it is.
 

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mpenza said:
Lowepro Rover AW II could carry most of your stuff except for the notebook. Stealth AW II would be able to accomodate your notebook but it may be a too big for your other items (also no place for tripod).

Anyway, you could check out here:
http://www.lowepro.com/pages/byStyle/backpack.htm
Any idea how much the Rover costs here?? I'm also tempted
 

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think the rovers are out of stock everywhere or at least the common places. stocks will come in later this month i think.

yes, why can't it fit a notebook? :) why doesn't anyone design a bag that fits cameras/lenses/notebook and other stuff at once? ok, crumpler has one like that but it looks so .... erm.. enuf said. :)
 

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Well actually 'Brian's Hot tub' from crumpler can carry a tripod at the side. There's a loop there. I carry my tripod that way when my arms are tired. But no place to fasten a bottle on the outside.
 

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