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Lowepro Rover Pro 45L AW Backpack for Camera - Galaxy Blue/Light Grey

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Rover Pro 45L AW
  • Multiple storage options throughout the pack for storing camera and personal gear for both day and overnight trips
  • Feature: two modular removable camera cases features adjustable padded dividers, removable accessory pouch, interior zippered pockets, outer mesh pockets and webbing grab handles
  • Front hatch-style camera compartment with zippered closure
  • AirFlow suspension system offers a trampoline-style back panel with breathable spacer mesh
  • Top loading design with two-way access provides access to gear and personal items from the top or front hatch opening

Product details

Style Name: Rover Pro 45L AW
  • Product Dimensions: 33.7 x 29.2 x 57.2 cm ; 2.7 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 2.9 Kg
  • Item model number: LP36448-PWW
  • ASIN: B009G1NT4S
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 26 Sept. 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)

Product Description

Style Name: Rover Pro 45L AW

Product Description

Lowepro is one of the trusted and professional photographers have relied on their products since 1967. These photographers carry Lowepro bags over the world-in every kind of climate and in every kind of condition-and rely on the inventive designs to provide protection, accessibility, comfort and durability they can trust.

When you need to carry your camera and basic camping gear to the back country, carry it all in the first technical, mountain-style photo pack of its kind: Rover Pro AW.

  • AirFlow suspension system offers a trampoline-style back panel with breathable spacer mesh that provides superb ventilation and optimal load transfer when trekking over rocky or varied terrain
  • Multiple storage options provide large-volume capacity throughout the pack with a variety of spaces and modular compartments for storing camera and personal gear—for both day and overnight trips
  • Front hatch-style camera compartment with zippered closure provides customisable space for gear; offers water-resistant protection; may converted to a fully functional, technical backpack when modular cases removed
  • 1 modular removable camera case includes premium features adjustable padded dividers, removable accessory pouch, interior zippered pockets, outer mesh pockets, webbing grab handles
  • Toploading design with 2-way access provides access to gear and personal items from the top or front hatch opening
  • Removable, reflective All Weather AW Cover protects gear from rain, snow, dust and sand
  • Better tripod attachment system provides secure attachment for a tripod or monopod at side of pack
  • Hydration-ready pocket offers easy access to a two litre hydration reservoir (not included)
  • Compression straps stabilize gear within the pack, streamline overall profile and help with load transfer
  • Trekking pole (or ice axe) attachments points provide<strong> </strong> easy and secure system for expanding carrying capacity
  • Lightweight, resilient and high-performance fabrics are constructed of two10D triple-ripstop nylon with PU coating for improved durability
  • Adjustable shoulder straps offer a custom fit that accommodates 16 to 19 in (40 to 48 cm) torso lengths, measured from the C4 vertebrae to the top of the iliac crest
  • Attached top lid provides a zippered pocket to keep essentials handy; built-in key clip included
  • Sleeping pad straps allow for the secure lashing of sleeping pad or small tent to the underside of pack
  • Front stash pocket offers convenient storage space for extra gear like a jacket or helmet
  • Removable/adjustable waistbelt with thick, mesh-covered padding offers support and comfort, plus wicks away moisture; includes two zippered pockets for quick-grab items like lip balm, sunscreen and snack bars

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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By T. Turski on 1 Sept. 2013
Style Name: Rover Pro 45L AW
For years I could have found any backpack combining two jobs: carrying my photo equipment in a comfortable way along with all outdoor equipment. Most of photo backpacks were good in delivering the former, and no one the latter. So finding this product looked like my dream finally come true.
I was using it extensively for two weeks, covering about 20km (15 miles) each day. It's the most comfortable of many rucksacks I've been using over the years, it feels like a proper trekking one. Even with my height above average I was able to adjust all straps and the belt to feel very comfortable. A tripod attachment system is cleverly mounted on the side of the backpack, making using it really easy. Two straps underneath the bottom give another option of attaching additional personal stuff like a jacket or fleece, or outdoor gears (e.g. a small tent).
It doesn't look like a photo bag, which makes its use safer in thieves infested areas (particularly if your tripod isn't huge).
There are three little disappointments: 1. there's only one bigger external pocket (there are two small ones on the waist belt), however 'watering pocket' can be used as an additional one.
2. If both photo bags are used, there is relatively little space left for additional, outdoor equipment - the claim you can use this backpack for overnight trip is exaggerated, unless you leave your cameras at home.
3. The main compartment is not divided; when you pull a photo compartment out (there's no other way to get your camera) the other stuff will move down the rucksack.

Overall it's a great, great product. I'd be happy to buy identical one, but with greater capacity (65 litres), and internal tightening divider would be really helpful.
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Style Name: Rover Pro 35L AW Verified Purchase
A bit heavier then expected but does the job. I like the way the frame and webbing keeps it away from your back when walking as this is where you would always sweat but I done a 4 hour hard hike on Saturday and my back was dry at the end.
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2 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Mr. BM Bleese on 18 Sept. 2014
Style Name: Rover Pro 45L AW
I was looking for a pack that would safely store and protect my camera gear and give me enough space to equip myself for a day or two away from home.

Having searched extensively for the right pack , ordering and returning the likes of Hama, Mantona, Tamrac and a couple of others I thought I had found the ideal thing in the Lowepro 45L. It is a nice pack. Not cheap but if you're carrying £000s worth of camera gear a couple of hundred pounds to ensure it is well protected is a small price to pay.

I was on the verge of sticking with the Lowepro when I stumbled upon a brand that I had not previously come across - FStop. They are a bit more expensive than Lowepro but if you are going to spend £200 another £50 to give you what you really want is not a great sacrifice. Not available on Amazon (yet??) Fstop camera packs are outstanding pieces of kit, workmanship and quality of materials is excellent and design is amazing. Purpose made for the photographer that likes to get off the beaten track with pretty much every feature you could wish for. I went for the FStop Tilopa BC and have not had a single regret. Take my advice and check them out before you splash out big money on something that is ok, maybe even pretty good but not outstanding.
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1 of 7 people found the following review helpful By George M. on 24 Sept. 2014
Style Name: Rover Pro 45L AW
Well made product but disappointed that, having spent £180 on this rucksack, that there was no camel bladder with it (even though it can be seen in the side pocket in the photo!)
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on Amazon.com (beta)

Amazon.com: 7 reviews
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Well thought out and engineered pack 10 Jan. 2013
By Wolfhart Pohl - Published on Amazon.com
Style Name: Rover Pro 45L AW Verified Purchase
I do like the layout of the bag, with frontal access to the two padded equipment bags, the top opening and the possibility to store stuff (e.g. jackets) under the flap. I was a little irritated with (i) the zippers of the front opening, which tend to get stuck in the loops for the ski poles / ice axes, (ii) the difficulty of accessing the equipment pouches without completely removing them from the mail compartment. Also I think an additional zippered compartment for e.g. passports / tickets would be a plus appreciated by frequent travelers.
I am glad I took the larger version of the pack, as it accepts a laptop (Macbook air, 13") and a few slim documents. the remaining space fills up pretty quickly with stuff, so don't plan a 3 week trip with this pack, unless you have very spartan needs.
But overall a well built, solid, functional piece of equipment, which carries very comfortably, is functional, simple and looks good.
I would definitely recommend this for outdoor / wilderness photography.
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
The Perfect Photography Backpack! 8 Jan. 2013
By Uniltirantokx - Published on Amazon.com
Style Name: Rover Pro 45L AW Verified Purchase
As an avid former pro-photographer who loves the wilderness, this is the perfect companion, and it will certainly make it easier for me to do so. Most regular camera bags are a chore to hike with, and hiking bags don’t really cater too well to the photography community for a number of reasons. This bag is the perfect combination of both: the comfort and storage capacity of a purpose-made hiking bag with the camera hauling capability of a camera bag. Most importantly, however, is the incredible comfort and mobility that this bag offers for its size. This is especially important to me with my bad lower back.

This wonderfully-designed and constructed photo-backpack is chock-full of neat little features: the drinking water reservoir holder, the tripod straps, hiking pole straps, and that really neat diffuser/reflector/raincover that is tucked away in the bag. The more you use the bag, the more you’ll discover. There are a handful of little stash pockets, as well, which are perfect for the little gizmos that always seem to get lost—passport, chapstick, car or house keys, etc.

I can say with 100% certainty that this bag is going to replace every other bag that I’m using regularly, even when I’m not hiking. I can load this bag up with food, clothes and my laptop, a couple cameras, and fill up a pelican case with lights and stands and go shoot a glamour gig (Oh, those beautiful ladies!), or I can reconfigure it for hiking and take it on an overnight trip. I can load it up with cameras and lenses and take it on a flight, and there will still be room left over for food and whatever trinkets I pick up along the way. The comfort and versatility is second to none here, and I’d have no problem recommending it to any photographer who is constantly on the go and looking to consolidate their bag collection. Take it hiking, take it traveling, take it to a slumber party – I promise you’ll love this bag.
Great bag with lots of room 13 Oct. 2014
By SMXSteve - Published on Amazon.com
Style Name: Rover Pro 45L AW Verified Purchase
This is a great bag, lots of room, two great camera inserts with velcro separators to accommodate most equipment. What I didn't like about it was that even though the two inserts sit side by side vertically they aren't fastened in. They will fall to the bottom unless you store an extra jacket or something underneath them. It makes it hard to use the zippered tops when they sit down inside. You could fold the tops over but I prefer that extra protection as my D810 wash't cheap. While it is well made and durable, there is very little support and a bit too soft and flexible. But there is plenty of room to store a lot of equipment and personal gear like extra clothing, food and water.
No problems with customs or anything like that, the fact that I can carry with ... 7 Jan. 2015
By sepu - Published on Amazon.com
Style Name: Rover Pro 45L AW Verified Purchase
I already use this pack for 2 trips outside of the country, one to Europe and South America. No problems with customs or anything like that, the fact that I can carry with me is a huge plus and not have to wait for my bags. It does have decent space to put your cloth and camera, I will say depending how you like to travel definitely this could be in the small size if you just take this, but so far for me is working great.
Great! 23 Feb. 2015
By Nikola Tesla - Published on Amazon.com
Style Name: Rover Pro 45L AW Verified Purchase
Got it for a friend and he loves it because of all the available space. :)
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