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  • wfinley says:

    Does the ski model come with an optional air bag or avalung?

  • Dan Bailey says:

    Maybe that will be included in next year’s model!

  • Olov H says:

    Does it fit a D7100 with the 70-200 f4, lens hood mounted, without having to flip the hood around?

  • Dan Bailey says:

    My D700 fits with the Nikon 70-200f/4G ED VR, and that’s with the hood on, so yes, I would think that combo would fit in the Photo Sport 30L.

  • Chris Zeller says:

    Thanks for the great review. Your PS 200 review convinced me to buy mine and I absolutely love it. Like my SLR, this pack comes with me everywhere I go for day trips in the backcountry. A little bit bigger version would be great for a pro-sized camera and so I don’t need to carry the 70-200 in the main compartment.
    As much as I love it there are 3 main criticisms. 1: The lid is sewn on rather than floating so you can’t stuff anything under it (like a rope). 2: the back flap is sewn in rather than a true flap so once the pack is full its impossible to stuff anything more under it. 3: from the pictures it looks like Lowepro ditched the pull-forward waistbelt it had on all its adventure packs in its new series. Too bad. All new mountain packs have this and its a great feature.

  • […] I spotted a review of the 30 litre on Dan Bailey’s Photo Blog where he mentions that he can fit his body with extra battery grip attached plus a 70-200 lens! […]

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