Lowepro Toploader Zoom 45 AW - Black
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- Lightweight holster-style design for a DSLR with attached zoom lens
- Fully padded interior
- Patented, built-in All Weather AW Cover
- Removable/adjustable shoulder strap
- Belt loop and padded grab handle
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Style Name: Toploader Zoom 45 AW | Colour Name: Black
Toploader Zoom AW Series
The weather-protective, streamlined and easy-access solution for a DLSR kit
Lowepro understand the appeal of a toploading camera bag: it's lightweight, provides a snug fit for your camera, and is designed to makes it easy to grab your camera and shoot your subject. The Toploader Zoom AW series is a protective solution for outdoor photo enthusiasts who are passionate about their pursuits.
Ideal for a day of outdoor activities, sports or sightseeing, the Toploader Zoom AW moves with the body and easily slips into a larger bag for work or travel.
Lightweight and slim, its holster-style design provides an ideal fit and easy-to carry option for most standard DSLRs with their attached zoom lenses. Add Lowepro's patented, built-in All Weather AW Cover and you have a truly protective bag for your camera investment.
Packed with practical, protective features including an easy-access lid with dual zipper pulls, an inside zippered pocket, fully padded interior and plastic D-rings for secure attachments.
Stash your small accessories or personal items—anything you want to grab in a flash—in the convenient, zippered front pocket.
Turn your toploading shoulder bag into a hands-free solution with the compatible Topload Chest Harness (sold separately and compatible with 50 AW and 55 AW models).
Don't let a little rain, dust or sand spoil your shoot. Use the patented, built-in All Weather AW Cover to protect gear from the elements.
Toploader zoom 45 AW
- 16 x 10.5 x 16.3 cm
- 18.5 x 16 x 22.5 cm
DSLR with attached lens (up to 18-55mm f/3.5); memory card; extra batteries or small accessories.
Toploader zoom 50 AW
- 16 x 11 x 19.7 cm
- 19.5 x 16.5 x 26 cm
DSLR with attached lens (up to 17-55mm f/2.8); memory card, extra battery or small accessories.
Toploader zoom 55 AW
- 16 x 11 x 26 cm
- 19.5 x 16.5 x 33 cm
DSLR with attached lens (up to 80-400mm f/4.5 or 100-400mm f/4.5); memory cards; extra batteries or small accessories
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Top Customer Reviews
The bag is very well built and there is a small internal pocket and a larger external pocket, sufficient for filters, spare battery and memory cards. The shoulder strap is comfortable and long enough for adequate adjustment, with sufficient grip not to slide off the shoulder. As for the plastic protective cover, I have tried it out inside the house and it took several minutes to fit. I am not sure I would want to spend that time during a heavy shower outside, but it is a useful extra to have.I can see myself using the velcro divider only on those occasions when I go out with a prime lens attached to the camera, and with a zoom lens underneath the divider.
The 50AW is not much cheaper than the 55AW, so anybody wanting to take spare lenses will gravitate towards the larger bag. The 50AW is ideal for those who want a compact but sturdy bag to take out on a day when one zoom lens is sufficient for their purpose.
The Lowepro 50AW toploader easily takes the camera with short zoom attached, and would, if I chose to remove the protective pad in the bottom, accommodate it with the larger lens. The bag is well made, has storage for batterries/cards etc and a very handy rain cover. The sliplock tab on the side takes my spare lens pouch and with belt loop, shoulder strap and carrying handle, is very versatile indeed.
A good choice, and coupled with the usual excellent service from Amazon, a good all round buying experience
I had worked this out before I purchased the bag so it is not a criticism, just a tip for prospective buyers.
So far as the bag goes, it is of the usual Lowepro quality and is ideal for my use, as a day bag on holiday. It will definitely be my second choice bag and used only occasionally because it does not afford much protection due to the tight fit. For everyday use I will stick with the Slingshot as the extra space provides greater protection, and ease of packing and removal. One thing I will be doing to the Toploader Zoom 50 is to use a stitch picker to remove the velcro patches fitted inside the bag. They catch on the lens hood as you remove the camera and rip the hood from the lens. A reason for the velcro catching is that when the rainhood is stowed it causes the interior of the bag to bulge, and as I've mentioned, there is no slack.
If in doubt about the size of your camera and lens, and especially if you want to carry a spare battery etc, go for a bigger bag. Otherwise, a well made bag.Read more ›
The padding feels quite substantial so should offer reasonable protection against minor bumps, and the case looks and feels well-made. A broad shoulder strap is included. A spacious front pocket holds batteries, filters and lens caps, and will even hold my 18-55mm lens. A rain cover is concealed in a pocket on the back of the case. At the bottom of the main chamber is a padded divider fixed with velcro, so you can have either one large interior chamber, or two smaller ones. I found that I can use this lower compartment to store whichever lens I'm not currently using.
I use a Canon EOS 1000D + 18-55 IS Lens with a spare Tamron 70-300mm f4/5.6 lens. The case is big enough to fit the camera with either lens attached, so I can either store the 70-300mm lens in the bottom compartment and the 18-55mm lens attached to the camera in the main compartment; or keep the 18-55mm lens in the bottom and the 70-300mm lens with camera in the main compartment. However, if I'm storing the 18-55 in the bottom, there isn't enough room to leave the lens hood on the 70-300mm lens, and I need to minimise its size by adjusting zoom and focus to fit it in, but that's no great disadvantage.
If I want to leave the lens hood on the 70-300mm lens, I can keep the 18-55mm lens in the front pocket and open up the divider so that the main storage compartment is maximised and the camera fits in with 70-300mm lens plus hood.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Nice little bag, does what it's supposed to. The size prevents carrying anything else but the camera itself, little pocket in front won't squeeze much in. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Scarlet
Superb bag and well made but not stable when placed on a surface as shown in the picture. I'd just brought it and the camera inside and when placed on the kitchen worktop it... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Bought it to fit my 60d and white lens, which it does snuggly. Strong bagPublished 4 months ago by Atlantic22
Great for those occasions when you want to leave most of your kit behind and take only one body with one zoom lens. Read morePublished 4 months ago by David Tremayne
I recently purchased a new camera and was unsure of which carrier case to go for but received a few recommendations for this product so I trusted in the unbiased advice and... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Happy Customer