• […] for mentioning my backpack review comparison. SnowflakeMama, you might also want to check out the Lowepro Photo Sport 200. It's backpack with a camera compartment in the bottom of the pack. It's big enough for long day […]

  • […] at Lowepro are on a roll. Following up on their two recent functional and fast access packs, the Photo Sport 200 AW and the Flipside Sport AW, they have just completed their trifecta of adventure camera packs with the brand new Rover Pro […]

  • Hugh McKenna says:

    You should take a look at the Clik Elite line. I realize they aren’t paying you but they have some great bags that carry camera gear and other stuff.

  • Dan Bailey says:


    I’m not actually on the Lowepro payroll, but you’re right. Click Elite does make good bags and I’ve recommended them in previous camera pack reviews. I haven’t had the chance to use one in the field, but I’ve checked a few of their bags out out and have been impressed by what I’ve seen.

  • […] of this gear, including a lightweight Manfrotto Nano light stand fits in my Lowepro Photo Sport 200 pack. I call this approach Going Fast With […]

  • […] more recent packs from Lowepro, the Rover Pro AW, which is made for overnight trips, and the Photo Sport 200, which is a top loading day pack with a separate camera compartment in the bottom. Also, check out […]

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