Lowepro Pro Runner 300 AW Photo Backpack Holds DSLR, Attached Lens (Up to 70-200mm f/2.8) & 3-4 Lenses/Flash & Accessories, Black

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About Lowepro

The Lowepro Pro Runner 300 AW DSLR backpack delivers a compact, streamlined and urban-inspired solution for photographers who carry their gear through crowded airports and busy city streets. This feature-filled design fits a camera, tripod and accessories, plus a few personal items, in a highly organized pack. From its fully padded interior to it's patented, built-in All Weather AW Cover, the Pro Runner 300 AW thoroughly safeguards valuable gear.

It includes side compression straps with quick-release buckles; a Hideaway Tripod Mount system; rainflap lids; SlipLock attachment loops; mesh side pockets; discreet front pocket accommodates a light jacket, cell phone or MP3 player; memory card pockets on inside lid; padded mesh backpad; adjustable and padded shoulder straps; webbing grab handle.

Summary of Customer Reviews

(8)
Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Pros:
Adjustable harness (8),Comfortable (8),Roomy (8),Strong construction (8),Easily accessible equipment (6)
Best Uses:
Protecting gear (7),Transporting gear (7),Storing gear (6)
Reviewer Profile:
Photo enthusiast (7)

Lowepro Specifications

Capacity
DSLR with attached lens (up to 70-200mm f/2.8) plus 3-4 lenses/flash and accessories; tripod or monopod; personal items
Outer Fabric
600d Polyester Square Rip-stop Polyester
Interior Fabric
210d Nylon PU Velex
Size (Interior)
11.2W x 4.5D x 15.2H in./28.5 x 11.5 x 38.5 cm
Size (Exterior)
13.0W x 7.5D x 17.3H in./33.0 x 19.0 x 44.0 cm
Weight
3.0 lbs/1.4kg
Mfr #
LP36142
SKU
LPPR300AWBK

Reviews about this item

Review Snapshot®

 
4.8

(based on 8 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

What a great bag. Way to go LOWEPRO!!!!

I just couldn't believe all the equipment it fits in this bag. - Canon 40D with a 70-200 2.8L attached - Three lenses ( 50mm 1.8, 17-85mm 3.5:6, 28-300mm 3.5 with a hood) - Sekonic 358L light meter - Canon HD video camcorder - 430 ex Canon flash with difuser, a pack of color gel - Compac and SDHC Cards, battery charger etc I carry this bag every single day to and from work and ot feels just right. Just get it and give it a try.

Reviewed by 8 customers

 
4.0

Good bag for the buck

By

from Pittsburgh  -  Photo Enthusiast

I am able to get all the equipment I want into this bag. Fits comfortably, distributiong the weight evenly. My pro camera nestles nicely with a 70-200 attached. The only issue here is the large camera (1Ds) with an L bracket needs a little more room. Inserts are easily moveable. Space for several lenses, filters, etc. Could use a weather resistant back so when placed on the ground, the bag material is protected from mnoisture and mud. This ia the side that rests against your back when carried. Would also love a bag with less tare weight.

 
5.0

Best Upgrade Decision

By

from Fairfield, Ca  -  Semi-pro Photographer

I love this backpack. It holds all my gear: Canon 60D, 24-105mm L lens, 100mm Macro L lens, Tameron Telephoto lens, 430 speedlight, external HD, and cables. There is still room for more! It fits just like a backpack. Very comfortable. The only con I have is one of the zipper flaps. Yes it is there to protect from moister and dust. But when you unzip that pocket, it tends to caught or stop more so. You have to hold the flap back. It does not cause damage and this is more of an annoyance than anything else.

 
5.0

Perfect Day Pack!!

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from Scottsdale, AZ  -  Photo Enthusiast

I purchased this backpack to replace a Lowepro Slingshot which caused me shoulder pain after a 4 hour hike into Zion National Park. I just couldn't use the one shoulder strap arrangement. The Pro Runner has more storage volume for camera gear but less for incidentals than the Slingshot had. I store a D600, a 28-70mm, a 50mm, and a 80-400mm telephoto along with a flash, charger, and cables. I particularly like that I can have either the long telephoto or the mid tele attached to the camera and the bag still works fine. This pack is perfect for a day hike to subjects. It's not waterproof and there's no room for extra gear like a windbreaker. If you need that then you need a different pack. It's light and the shoulder straps support the load well even though there is no waist belt.

 
5.0

Great Camera Backpack

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from Chicago, IL  -  Photo Enthusiast

I bought this bag to carry my gear to the Galalapos Islands. Very comfortable to carry thru the airport and very sturdy construction. Like the description says, my d800 and 70-200 fit just fine with room on either side for extra gear. The rain bonnet came in handy when it spinkled and kept the sand out of the bag when at the beach.

 
4.0

Comfortable, Light, Well Made Bag.

By

from Kansas  -  Photo Enthusiast

Currently, I have a Nikon D5100 and 3 lenses in the bag. There is room for about 3 more lenses and a flash gun. I have a Manfrotto 55X/ball head tripod which doesn't fit well into the tripod pouch. I compared this bag to Think Tank's StreetRunner and found this bag to be much lighter and more comfortable on my back. The bag size is good when you need to carry a lot of gear but I will be using my kit bag when just carrying one or two lenses. Adorama had this bag on [@] for [$] and they gave me the same price through the store plus free shipping. Very nice deal.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

What a great bag. Way to go LOWEPRO!!!!

By

from New York  -  Photo Enthusiast

I just couldn't believe all the equipment it fits in this bag. - Canon 40D with a 70-200 2.8L attached - Three lenses ( 50mm 1.8, 17-85mm 3.5:6, 28-300mm 3.5 with a hood) - Sekonic 358L light meter - Canon HD video camcorder - 430 ex Canon flash with difuser, a pack of color gel - Compac and SDHC Cards, battery charger etc I carry this bag every single day to and from work and ot feels just right. Just get it and give it a try.

 
5.0

Just perfect

By

from New York City  -  Photo Enthusiast

I can fit all my gear such as a Canon 70-200 2.8L attached to a Canon 40D, Sigma 28-300, Canon 50m, Canon 18-55 and a Canon HD video camera, plus a Canon 480ex and a Sekonic l358. That is just too roomy and the price it it's just right. The staff at Adorama are very knowlegdeable and patient.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

This is the one!!!

By

from Alabama  -  Photo Enthusiast

I took this on a two week trip out west. I used it every day and it protected my camera and lens. At the end of the trip it still looked like new! There was even enough room to put snacks, water and a light jacket.This is an excellent product, well put together and sturdy made. I am tall and it was very comfortable for all day wear.

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tani m  Is there a place for a tripod?
JOHN E  Hello - There is not a place for a tripod. Since I usually don't carry a tripod, this has not been an issue for me. I also have a LowePro Mini Trekker AW. It does have a place for a tripod. The backpack itself holds a little bit less than the 300, but it is enough for my Pentax 645, flash, and a couple of lenses. I hope this helps.
tani m  Thanks!
tani m  Is there a place for a tripod?
JOHN E  Hello - There is not a place for a tripod. Since I usually don't carry a tripod, this has not been an issue for me. I also have a LowePro Mini Trekker AW. It does have a place for a tripod. The backpack itself holds a little bit less than the 300, but it is enough for my Pentax 645, flash, and a couple of lenses. I hope this helps.
tani m  Thanks!
tani m  Is there a place for a tripod?
JOHN E  Hello - There is not a place for a tripod. Since I usually don't carry a tripod, this has not been an issue for me. I also have a LowePro Mini Trekker AW. It does have a place for a tripod. The backpack itself holds a little bit less than the 300, but it is enough for my Pentax 645, flash, and a couple of lenses. I hope this helps.
tani m  Thanks!
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