Lowepro Inverse 100W Beltpack Camera Case, All Weather Cover, Arctic Black

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About Lowepro

Ideal for the outdoor photo enthusiast and professional. The Inverse 100 AW beltpack camera case offers a full set of thoughtful features to help you capture the moment with ease; protection and ultra comfort. The quick-access top lets you work out of your pack with minimal effort. A patented all weather cover provides serious protection from rain; sand and dust.

The 3D contoured mesh lumbar belt distributes weight evenly; offers cushioned support and helps wick away moisture. Memory card pockets; an adjustable divider; mesh side pockets; exterior pockets; and SlipLock attachment loops let you organize your gear to suit your needs.

Summary of Customer Reviews

(5)
Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Pros:
Comfortable (4),Strong construction (4),Adjustable harness (3),Easily accessible equipment (3)
Best Uses:
Transporting gear (4),Protecting gear (3)

Lowepro Specifications

Capacity
1 pro DSLR with medium zoom lens attached plus 1 additional lens or flash unit; charger and cords; filters and memory cards
Outer fabric
420D Nylon and 600D Polyester
Interior Fabric
200D Polyester and Brushed Tricot
Size(Interior)
9.2W X 5.6D X 8.3H in./
23 X 14.2 X 21.2 cm
Size(Exterior)
10.1W X 7.9D X 8.8H in./
25.6 X 20.1 X 22.3 cm
Warranty
Lowepro warranty
Mfr #
LP35233
SKU
LPI100AWBK

Reviews about this item

Review Snapshot®

 
4.2

(based on 5 reviews)

75%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Perfect for me.............

This bag had to have several required features. 1) a waist belt AND a shoulder strap. Done! It had to be big enough to carry a Canon 5dM3 with the 24-105 lens & hood (reversed) and a Canon EX 600RT flash unit and some extras. Done! I find it the right bag for me for this particular application.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Bulky and possibly overbuilt

I purchased this bag along with the Lowepro Photorunner. Both are waist bags and both have similar internal dimensions. However the Inverse 100AW is much bulkier with it's larger overall dimensions and I found it more difficult to access gear than the Photorunner. I found the outside front pocket of the Inverse 100AW very difficult to use and not deep enough to carry much more than a smartphone. The bags were purchased for my rangefinder kit and I found the Photorunner superior in every way f

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I purchased this bag along with the Lowepro Photorunner. Both are waist bags and both have similar internal dimensions. However the Inverse 100AW is much bulkier with it's larger overall dimensions and I found it more difficult to access gear than the Photorunner. I found the outside front pocket of the Inverse 100AW very difficult to use and not deep enough to carry much more than a smartphone. The bags were purchased for my rangefinder kit and I found the Photorunner superior in every way for this application. I believe it would also be superior to the Inverse 100AW for a small DSLR kit as well. The larger Inverse 200AW might be a better, albiet bulkier choice than the 100AW if your looking at the bag for a DSLR kit. My Lowepro bags are well made and reliable. However some designs are better than others. If you're also looking at the Photorunner because you want portability, I highly recommend you purchase both bags to make the right choice. If you have a DSLR kit with a bulky zoom and another lens, I recommend going straight to the Inverse 200AW as you will need the extra room anyway.

Reviewed by 5 customers

 
5.0

Perfect for me.............

By

from Bethesda, MD  -  Photo Enthusiast

This bag had to have several required features. 1) a waist belt AND a shoulder strap. Done! It had to be big enough to carry a Canon 5dM3 with the 24-105 lens & hood (reversed) and a Canon EX 600RT flash unit and some extras. Done! I find it the right bag for me for this particular application.

 
3.0

Bulky and possibly overbuilt

By

from Nashville, TN  -  Pro Photographer

I purchased this bag along with the Lowepro Photorunner. Both are waist bags and both have similar internal dimensions. However the Inverse 100AW is much bulkier with it's larger overall dimensions and I found it more difficult to access gear than the Photorunner. I found the outside front pocket of the Inverse 100AW very difficult to use and not deep enough to carry much more than a smartphone. The bags were purchased for my rangefinder kit and I found the Photorunner superior in every way for this application. I believe it would also be superior to the Inverse 100AW for a small DSLR kit as well. The larger Inverse 200AW might be a better, albiet bulkier choice than the 100AW if your looking at the bag for a DSLR kit. My Lowepro bags are well made and reliable. However some designs are better than others. If you're also looking at the Photorunner because you want portability, I highly recommend you purchase both bags to make the right choice. If you have a DSLR kit with a bulky zoom and another lens, I recommend going straight to the Inverse 200AW as you will need the extra room anyway.

 
4.0

Well constructed, but too small

By

from NYC  -  Semi-pro Photographer

I wanted a bag to carry a large DSLR (Nikon D300) and a spare lens (Tokina 11-16 zoom). Although the product literature shows a camera with room for a second lens, I found this configuration very tight. The Tokina is a wide angle lens, and with the hood it's 4" in diameter. In fact, I had to remove the hood just to be able to close the bag. I suppose if you have a smaller camera and a smaller 2nd lens, this bag would be fine. I ended up exchanging for the 200AW - the next size up.

 
4.0

High quality, but a bit too small

By

from New york  -  Semi-pro Photographer

I bought this to carry a Nikon D300 plus a second lens. The second lens is a Tokina wide angle with a 77mm diameter. The camera fits nicely by itself and i suppose a smaller second lens would also fit, but the Tokina 11-16mm zoom barely fits without the sun shade. I'm going to exchange for the 200 AW.

 
5.0

Lowepro Inverse 100W Beltpack

By

from Maine  -  Photo Enthusiast

I use this in the winter to hike. It is durable room enough for a short zoom lens and extra battery. I also pack snacks and a water bottle in outer pockets to keep hands free. Durable and holds up to the elements. Stays in place for the most part. I carry a Pentax K5.

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Shopper  I have Canon 1D M2 N, canon 24-70 and 70-200 2.8IS. I would like to buy a beltpack camera case that fits all of these things with easy and quick access. could you advise me which product best for this?
JEFF C  This pack is extremely useful if your photographic activity involves only gentle hikes/strolls. I bought this camera for my Canon 5D Mark II with the stock 24-105mm/f4L and wide-angle 16-35mm/f2.8l lenses for landscape photography. I am an avid hiker and backpacker who frequently go off trail and bushwack to places to obtain the best viewpoints, and I often find my center of balance re-distributed as a result of the waist pack and was having difficulty positioning myself properly as I scramble along deer trails. I recently took the pack with me on a 6-day, 5-night backpacking trip, and found this pack extremely inconvenient and painful to carry around my waist. In summary, this pack is extremely durable and reliable, but it limits one's options for extreme photography. I am actually considering switching over to the chest pack for my next backpacking trip.
Shopper  I have Canon 1D M2 N, canon 24-70 and 70-200 2.8IS. I would like to buy a beltpack camera case that fits all of these things with easy and quick access. could you advise me which product best for this?
JEFF C  This pack is extremely useful if your photographic activity involves only gentle hikes/strolls. I bought this camera for my Canon 5D Mark II with the stock 24-105mm/f4L and wide-angle 16-35mm/f2.8l lenses for landscape photography. I am an avid hiker and backpacker who frequently go off trail and bushwack to places to obtain the best viewpoints, and I often find my center of balance re-distributed as a result of the waist pack and was having difficulty positioning myself properly as I scramble along deer trails. I recently took the pack with me on a 6-day, 5-night backpacking trip, and found this pack extremely inconvenient and painful to carry around my waist. In summary, this pack is extremely durable and reliable, but it limits one's options for extreme photography. I am actually considering switching over to the chest pack for my next backpacking trip.
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