• […] The Flipside Sport AW is designed to do both, and although I haven’t gotten my hands on this pack yet, from what I’ve seen, it appears to do both really well. when I do, I’ll of course, write up a full review. Edit, June 11: My full review of the Flipside Sport AW is now up- Read it here. […]

  • […] yea, the photogray stuff. I went pretty light on gear, which I carried in my Lowepro Flipside AW camera pack. It held a Nikon D700, 24mm and 85mm lenses, a few Clif bars and power snacks. A 50 oz. Camelbak […]

  • […] Then, this spring, I got the brand new Flipside Sport AW. I moved my camera over, stuck my beloved Photo Sport on the shelf, and proceeded to run the new one through the rigors. (Check out my full review here.) […]

  • […] of lenses, a Nikon SB-900 Speedlight and a pair of Pocket Wizards, I shoved all the gear into my Lowepro Flipside Sport AW camera pack, strapped my Gorillapod to the outside and jumped on my […]

  • […] need to carry the camera gear? As with the Flipside Sport AW, the entire camera compartment in the Photo Hatchback lifts right out. Undo the velcro flap and […]

  • Michel says:

    Hi, thank for this very relevant field review. I have one additional question about the camera safety. In case of i plan to outdoor activity with my D700 with an 70-200 2.8 plugged. Do you think this lowepro will keep the camera safe?

    Michel from Toulouse somewhere in France

  • […] grab my camera and get it into my hands within seconds. This past year, I got my hands on the new Lowepro Flipside Sport AW adventure camera pack. With its flip & zip back panel design, this cool bag lets you get in and out in no time flat. […]

  • […] other favorite packs in this style are the Lowepro Flipside Sport AW and the Lowepro Photo Sport, but since this is a longer tip, I wanted a little more space for […]

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