#1. "RE: Lowepro Reporter 300 AW bag" | In response to Reply # 0CLKP Registered since 19th May 2002Mon 23-Sep-02 11:36 AM
Could you tell me what this bag is capable of holding comfortably. I went to the Lowepro site and the same bag seems to be configured quite differently. Will yours hold an 80-200 lens attached to an F100 plus a 28-70mm, a 105mm and perhaps a 17-35mm.
#2. "RE: Lowepro Reporter 300 AW bag" | In response to Reply # 1seturner Registered since 08th Jul 2002Mon 23-Sep-02 12:30 PM
Not Kilowhiskey99, but I recently purchased the same bag and it is great! It is all weather (AW) and recently kept my equipment dry during a heavy downpour. I do not have a F100 or 80-200 2.8 but, I am pretty sure it will NOT hold that lense attached to a body. It might, but it would bulge at the top. The bag is about 8.5" deep. In mine I have: N65, sb80dx, 70-300D, 35-70 3.3, 50 1.8D and 28-105D attached to body. I have other junk in the numerous pockets. It is a great bag.
#3. "RE: Lowepro Reporter 300 AW bag" | In response to Reply # 1kilowhiskey99 Basic MemberTue 24-Sep-02 12:17 AM
The bag would be capable of holding those four lenses and a body, but I don't think you would be able to attatch the body to the lens while they are all in the bag. I usually kept a F100w/ MB-15, a SB-28, a 17-35mm Nikon, a 70-300mm Tamron, an Olympus Digital Camera (C-3000) and teleconverter, filters, film, etc... You may want to consider the Reporter 400AW, or consider buying one of the removeable side pouches which is what I had if I wanted to bring additional lenses. This really is a great bag, I like it alot. I just needed a bigger bag for a growing collection.
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#4. "RE: Lowepro Reporter 300 AW bag" | In response to Reply # 3CLKP Registered since 19th May 2002Tue 24-Sep-02 07:02 PM
Thanks for your input. It's a big help in my ongoing search for a bag that functions for me. I will look into the Lowepro Reporter 400AW.