Lowepro Inverse 200AW Beltpack Camera Case, All Weather Cover, Black

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About Lowepro

Ideal for the outdoor photo enthusiast and professional; the Inverse 200 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

(9)
Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Pros:
Well padded (6),Lightweight (4),Easily accessible equipment (3)
Best Uses:
Transporting camera (4),Protecting camera (3)
Reviewer Profile:
Photo enthusiast (6)

Lowepro Specifications

Capacity
1 pro DSLR with medium zoom lens attached plus 2 additional lenses; or a 70-200mm attached lens in horizontal postion plus 1 additional lens; charger and cords; filters and memory cards
Outer fabric
420D Nylon and 600D Polyester
Interior Fabric
200D Polyester and Brushed Tricot
Size(Interior)
12W X 6D X 8.3H in./30.5 X 15.3 X 21.2 cm
Size(Exterior)
12.9W X 8.6D X 8.8H in./32.8 X 21.8 X 22.3 cm
Warranty
Lowepro warranty

Reviews about this item

Review Snapshot®

 
3.8

(based on 9 reviews)

75%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (3)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (3)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (2)

  • 2 Stars

     

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  • 1 Stars

     

    (1)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

I would buy this bag again.

I've had this bag about a month and have found it very useful for my rebel xti, canon 70-200 f4 l, and Tamrom 17-50. The bag has two removable dividers which in the factory configuration allows two lenses and the camera to be stored vertically as long as they are't longer than about 8". Since the camera and 70-200 are 10", I store it horizontally with the 17-50 zoom also stored horizontally underneath the lens part 70-200 camera combination using one of the dividers as padding. I just recentl...

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I've had this bag about a month and have found it very useful for my rebel xti, canon 70-200 f4 l, and Tamrom 17-50. The bag has two removable dividers which in the factory configuration allows two lenses and the camera to be stored vertically as long as they are't longer than about 8". Since the camera and 70-200 are 10", I store it horizontally with the 17-50 zoom also stored horizontally underneath the lens part 70-200 camera combination using one of the dividers as padding. I just recently purchased the canon ef 1.4x extender and when it is mounted to the 70-200 camera combo it still fits in the bag. There is another pouch that has room for filters, charger, batteries and the 1.4x entender when stored separately. The top cover has room for 2 memory chips. The bag is very well designed,padded and contructed. The separate rain cover is stashed behind the front pouch and the straps for a tripod or monopod are underneath. The extra carry strap, which I haven't used I store behind the padding for your back. There are two water bottle netted pouches one on each side which could carry something other than water bottles but they are unpadded. I find it very comfortable to wear and it adjusts nicely. I wear it as a fanny pack but just slide it around in front when I want to access anything using it as a work table. The cover has dual zippers for quick entry. Even though I haven't had it long I am very happy with it. When I bought it I thought the descriptions were vague but went with Lowepro's good reputation and hoped it would work and it did. I ride a motorcycle and it works well to carry my gear. I highly recommend it for the gear it is designed to hold. Well designed and consrtucted product.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

One thing wrong...

I really like my Lowepro Slingshot 200. But I wanted to get the weight of a big dslr and a couple of lenses (70-200 and 17-40) off my shoulders and on to my hips when I hike or hang around a venue for long periods of time. The Inverse 200 is everything you would expect from a Lowepro in terms of quality construction. The deal-breaker is, when you load the Inverse with the stuff I listed it sags and tilts away from your back. If they had made the strap tie in higher on the bag it might have wo...

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I really like my Lowepro Slingshot 200. But I wanted to get the weight of a big dslr and a couple of lenses (70-200 and 17-40) off my shoulders and on to my hips when I hike or hang around a venue for long periods of time. The Inverse 200 is everything you would expect from a Lowepro in terms of quality construction. The deal-breaker is, when you load the Inverse with the stuff I listed it sags and tilts away from your back. If they had made the strap tie in higher on the bag it might have worked but as is it leans out at about 30 degrees and the only part touching the body is the bottom edge. I'm returning it.

Reviewed by 9 customers

 
4.0

Almost a great bag

By

from Colorado, USA  -  Photo Enthusiast

Just got my bag a few days ago and loaded it up with my gear. I'd read the reviews prior to buying, and a common complaint was the sag and waist strap tension. Sure enough, the bag sags to some degree, but nothing that would stop me from buying the bag again. THe tension on the waist straps is another matter. Just attaching it around my waist has the straps loosening. But they're easy enough to snug down. I'm going to play around some and see if I can't change that some. Onto the good things about the bag. The construction is outstanding. I don't think there will be any problems using this in the field in tough conditions. The dividers are held in place with velcro that takes some muscle to move. The outer covering is durable and the zippers are sturdy. The only change I'm going to make is to place some piece of bright cord around the zipper handles. The bag is black and the zippers are black, and it's hard to see where they're at sometimes. But that's a "me" issue and not one with the bag.

 
5.0

For Moving Easy

By

from South Carolina  -  Photo Enthusiast

Light weight and straps easily to your waist.

 
4.0

My new favorite camera bag

By

from Montana  -  Pro Photographer

Fits my purpose for having a camera and a couple lenses and accessories always ready to go. Quick access with the top zipper. Stabilizing straps on the sides. And most importantly, when wearing it around your waist, the shoulder strap allows you to quickly unbuckle the waist belt and turn the pack to your front for quick and easy access to everything without hanging on to the bag. The shoulder strap takes some of the weight off your hips or detach it completely if not needed. The water bottle pockets on the sides are pretty much useless for anything other than small items that are ok if they get compressed.

 
4.0

Nice Enough Beltpack

By

from Hood River, OR  -  Photo Enthusiast

I've been using this belt pack for three weeks and find it quite usable. I use it for a Fujifilm X Pro-1, three lenses, a Nikon flash and associated filters. As some have mentioned the pack does tend to tilt out away from your back when loaded. This happens if I carry it too low on my hips. My solution is to raise it so it rides in the small of my back and cinch both the waist belt and the adjustment straps tight. It rides nicely even with a full load of gear and a full water bottle. When the adjustment strap is tight however it is hard to get the water bottle back into its sleave. The pack is typical Lowe high quality.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Not just built; it's engineered!

By

from Tucson, AZ  -  Photo Enthusiast

This rugged waist pack is awesome for day hikes or street cruzing, it's roomy and well-constructed with adjustable inner padded walls for custom configurations, no need to remove pack to access gear due to a full width top panel that opens with one move due to a very cool zipper pull design I didn't expect. It features extra zippered filter compartment, water bottle sleeves, cinch down straps and shoulder strap to offset weight for an extended hike; this baby has it all.

 
3.0

All weather cover needs improvement

By

from New York  -  Photo Enthusiast

The all weather cover lacks drainage holes. So, in a heavy rain, water will accumulate in the bottom of the cover, like a full diaper, and soak the bottom of the camera bag. I imagine a couple of well placed gromets would fix the issue. Otherwise, the pack works well for hiking, especially if you have to also carry a back pack. I agree with other reviewer, a loaded pack will tend to tilt away from your body. I used the shoulder stap to alleviate this issue.

 
3.0

Not bad, not great

By

from Clinton, NJ  -  Semi-pro Photographer

Takes a while to make comfortable. Better than having shoulder straps while hiking. Difficult to spin around waist to access camera and lens.

(7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

One thing wrong...

By

from New Jersey  -  Semi-pro Photographer

I really like my Lowepro Slingshot 200. But I wanted to get the weight of a big dslr and a couple of lenses (70-200 and 17-40) off my shoulders and on to my hips when I hike or hang around a venue for long periods of time. The Inverse 200 is everything you would expect from a Lowepro in terms of quality construction. The deal-breaker is, when you load the Inverse with the stuff I listed it sags and tilts away from your back. If they had made the strap tie in higher on the bag it might have worked but as is it leans out at about 30 degrees and the only part touching the body is the bottom edge. I'm returning it.

(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

I would buy this bag again.

By

from Tucson, AZ  -  Photo Enthusiast

I've had this bag about a month and have found it very useful for my rebel xti, canon 70-200 f4 l, and Tamrom 17-50. The bag has two removable dividers which in the factory configuration allows two lenses and the camera to be stored vertically as long as they are't longer than about 8". Since the camera and 70-200 are 10", I store it horizontally with the 17-50 zoom also stored horizontally underneath the lens part 70-200 camera combination using one of the dividers as padding. I just recently purchased the canon ef 1.4x extender and when it is mounted to the 70-200 camera combo it still fits in the bag. There is another pouch that has room for filters, charger, batteries and the 1.4x entender when stored separately. The top cover has room for 2 memory chips. The bag is very well designed,padded and contructed. The separate rain cover is stashed behind the front pouch and the straps for a tripod or monopod are underneath. The extra carry strap, which I haven't used I store behind the padding for your back. There are two water bottle netted pouches one on each side which could carry something other than water bottles but they are unpadded. I find it very comfortable to wear and it adjusts nicely. I wear it as a fanny pack but just slide it around in front when I want to access anything using it as a work table. The cover has dual zippers for quick entry. Even though I haven't had it long I am very happy with it. When I bought it I thought the descriptions were vague but went with Lowepro's good reputation and hoped it would work and it did. I ride a motorcycle and it works well to carry my gear. I highly recommend it for the gear it is designed to hold. Well designed and consrtucted product.

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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
GAIL G  I ourchased this after reading bag reviews. I wanted a hands free bag with a lot of room, as I also have another full camera bag for my shoulder, and both are full of gear. I should have bought a backpack large enough to hold all this stuff in one place, though, but this works nice if I am only taking one camera with me.
Shopper  Would this fit a Canon 5d mk2 with 24-105 attached, in the vertical position? If yes, can I carry a flash & accessories with it?
GAIL G  I have this product, currently it has a Nikon D3200 with a 18-200 lens attached vertically comfortably. It also will hold my other larger D7100 with the same lens. There would certainly be room for a flash, accessories and one smaller lens, but very snugly, depending the size. I am not familiar with the size of the Canon 5D or your flash unit, but based on the size of my old Nikon SB600, it should work. The pockets are a bit adjustable as well. I am happy with mine, but wish I had gotten a shoulder bag instead, as I have yet to wear this around my waist, and now think I am less likely to do so, might happen in the summer though, when I take both cameras out at same time. I need a larger backpack rig that will carry two loaded cameras plus lenses and accessories myself.
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