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Lowepro Toploader Pro 75 AW for Toploading Camera Bag for DSLR Camera

by Lowepro

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Toploader Pro765 AW
  • Offset design to accommodate Pro DSLR with grip and lens attached
  • Shoulder strap
  • All weather cover
  • Sliplock system compatible
  • Limited lifetime warranty

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Style Name: Toploader Pro765 AW
  • Product Dimensions: 20.3 x 20.3 x 32.5 cm ; 880 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 939 g
  • Item model number: Toploader Pro 75 AW
  • ASIN: B0027JM35M
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 23 July 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (53 customer reviews)


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40 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Robert Groom TOP 100 REVIEWER on 16 Aug 2009
Style Name: Toploader Pro765 AW
When my Nikon D700 with battery pack and Nikon 70-200mm f2.8 VR proved too long for my faithful old TopLoader 70 AW, I needed something a little larger. The 75 AW was apparently discontinued, so I decided to go for the Pro version of the 75 AW instead. The flap on top of this Toploader opens to the left rather than away from you, which is OK, though I don't see this as a particular advantage to be honest, either opening method is OK. What it does have however, is a snap-lock buckle which can be used to temporarily secure the top flap if you don't want to have to zip it closed every time. This leads me to my only criticism - it's just as well that you don't need to zip it closed every time, as with a D300 or D700 with 70-200mm f2.8 VR attached, it is a fairly snug fit. Only reason why this scores 4 stars for me - as it is advertised as suitable for 70-200mm lenses. 10mm of extra depth would make all the difference.

As well as the 70-200 (with lens hood reversed) you can comfortably fit a Nikon D300 or D700 with 24-70mm f2.8 or 105mm f2.8 Micro both with lens hoods in their extended position, which is very useful. Along with the camera, battery pack and lens, there's enough room in the pockets for a spare battery, memory cards, lens cloth and an SB-600 or SB-800 flash with diffuser attached. The shoulder strap is broad and comforable, and has enough grip not to slide off your shoulder. There are also accessory loops to which you can attach LowePro lens cases, which is very useful if you want to bring along a second lens. I do this quite often, as it makes for a camera bag which is more compact than a single, large item.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By JulesDive on 7 Nov 2011
Style Name: Toploader Pro 65 AW Verified Purchase
Lowepro Toploader Pro 65AW for Pro DSLR is what I use for my Canon Eos 7D, with its 17-40mm lens.
Its a great fit, quite snug, but plenty of room.
There is a pocket on the top which you can use for say spare batteries (1 for the camera, 4 x AA for the flash).
At the side there is another pocket, which you can use for lens caps, filters, memory cards etc.
The case has enough padding to provide sensible amounts of protection for the camera, and its accessories.
You can also fit in one extra reasonably sized accessory, although it may be a fairly tight squeeze, such as a big(ish) flash unit or a lens hood. There is a padded partition which can be moved inside the case to hold the camera and the accessories, this partition is adjustable and held on by velcro tabs at either end.
The strap is wide enough to be comfortable even for quite long periods with a semi-pro DSLR.
There is another smaller / thinner strap, which I assume is for waistband, which I have not used.
And there is also a built in waterproof cover which stows into a packet at the bottom of the case - very re-assuring if you're out for a longer walk / period of time in changeable weather conditions.
All in all, a great case for walking about with.
For a camera slightly smaller than a Eos 7D, then you would have a bit more space in the bag, which would be quicker / easier for using on the go. A bit bigger than the 7D and you would probably have a great case for the camera, and a medium sized lens, but not for any sizeable accessories. With a smaller / prime lens, even with a big camera, then you would have enough space for a medium size flash gun or similar extra item.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Georgia Lee on 14 July 2011
Style Name: Toploader Pro 70 AW
The Toploader is well made as with all Lowepro products. However I didn't find it very roomy, the 'curved' camera hugging shape inside makes it impossible to put a camera in with a lens hood, even a collapsable one. The pockets which are meant to be able to hold accessories and personal items simply aren't big enough. I've got a polariser in the top and that's a tight squeeze and a couple of graduated filters in the front pocket with a Cokin filter holder just about crammed in. It comes with a three way strap (fiddly to attach) which wraps around the body to take some of the weight off your shoulders - it worked fine for a while then the strap started to work loose and was less effective. I think this bag would be ok for short trips, it protects the camera well, but for a long day out walking a camera/rucksack would probably be better.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By David Wilson on 27 Dec 2010
Style Name: Toploader Pro 65 AW Verified Purchase
In the main compartment: Canon 7D + (attached) Battery Grip + 15-85mm + lens hood (reverse attached)

In the top and side pockets I have:

spare battery
remote cable release RC-6
x3 square pro filters
72mm polarizing filter (in it's case)
Compass

And there is room to spare for a selection of other small oddments including more filters, battery, wallet, keys.

Its a nice fit, it feels very secure and protective of the equipment. To use it's very comfortable to carry and highly practical. City and touring/walking photography is its best use. Good quality and well designed for ease of access and comfort. I now keep the camera in it at all times.

Additional features already described by other reviewers.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By dwummer on 16 Jan 2012
Style Name: Toploader Pro 65 AW
For canon 600D users with battery grip you will find this bags fits perfect with the kit lens 18-55 attached. I also tried my 55-250mm lens and this is also a good (but snug) fit. Any bigger than that i.e. 70-300mm lens would require the next size up. I will be wanting to upgrade to the 15-85mm lens soon which is bigger in diameter than my standard kit lens, but I understand from other reviewers this will be ok. However, the fit is already pretty tight around my kit lens which is much smaller in diameter so hopefully won't be too tight around the new lens when I upgrade!

The bag itself, very well made, hangs nice on your body, feels a little weird when you pull it to the front to remove the camera as it hangs off balance on your body. I did end up lowering the removable padding to make the camera sit lower in the bag as it felt a little exposed sat at the top when the bag lid was unzipped and opened, this feels more secure now when the bag is open and hanging on your body.

Lots of useful pockets but they are not as big as I expected (in terms of depth) and the material is pretty tight so not sure how much extra you can fit. You certainly cannot fit a flash gun or battery grip cassette (6 x AA's) etc so avoid this bag if you were expecting to also carry this type of gear.
For me I just wanted a simple small bag that held the camera with batter grip. Most bags don't allow for the almost square footprint you get with a battery grip, but this is perfect for such a combination.

Finally great delivery and very quick turned up next day even though I ordered on the standard free delivery option.
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