Lowepro Exchange Messenger

Lowepro Exchange Messenger is a practical camera bag to carry DSLR cameras and accessories. The bag features a roomy main compartment plus 3 pockets (1 with a zipper) provides plenty of space for a standard DSLR kit with Two padded, adjustable dividers allow you to customize your camera kit and personal items to suit your needs include Two-buckle closure under flap provides fast access to gear and security when on the move provides Adjustable shoulder strap which allows you to wear the bag across the body, messenger style or on a shoulder and complete with Contrasting interior lining allows you to easily see the contents of your bag. The Lowepro Exchange Messenger has exterior size 13.0W X 5.7D X 9.4H in./33.0 X 14.5 X 24.0 cm, interior size 11.8W X 4.7D X 8.1H in./30.0 X 12.0 X 20.5 cm, and weighs 0.7lbs/0.3kg.

Overall Rating: ★★★★★ | Latest Price Info

User Opinions

Lowepro Exchange Messenger User Reviews

Perfect for casual outings
“I have a half dozen bags, ranging from a Lowepro Mini-trekker (too big and too heavy/padded) to a Domke f-3x (too big) to a Crumpler $6M Home (too heavy/padded). The Exchange Messenger bag caught my eye, and once I tried packing it, I was hooked. I was able to configure the interior compartment to hold the d700/lens, two additional lenses, and my flash, and load the outer pockets with my wallet, cellphone, and camera supplies. And it molded itself to my side, just like my big Domke. Some folks will be concerned about lack of padding, but they can add as much as they’d like…” – By Uncle Frank
Rating: ★★★★★

Makes you want to take your big DSLR out
“Let’s be blunt. This bag wasn’t designed to protect your camera and lenses as its first priority. It has minimal padding that would most likely protect your gear from a drop off your shoulder but that’s about it. It was designed for something better. Now that’s out of the way, let me tell you how awesome this bag is. I am a 20 year veteran of professional commercial photography and I shoot with a 5D and mostly prime lenses. I am a minimalist when it comes to gear and I needed one bag that could give me two important options. “ – By P. Rumohr
Rating: ★★★★★

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Features & Specifications

Lowepro Exchange Messenger Features & Specifications

Combine a classic bike courier profile with Lowepro’s protective and practical design sense and you get the Exchange Messenger – a well-priced DSLR shoulder bag that offers soft-sided protection with modern appeal. Three deep pockets (one with a zipper) store accessories, a wallet, cell phone or other essentials. The roomy main compartment is lined in contrasting fabric to easily see gear. There’s plenty of room inside for today’s most popular DSLR models (placed horizontally), plus an extra lens or flash, in addition to personal gear. The two padded, adjustable dividers let you customize the interior to create the perfect fit for your camera kit and extras.

* 600 denier polyester and 420 denier nylon exterior
* Lightly padded interior
* Interior light green contrasting fabric
* Two adjustable padded dividers to customize gear and personal items
* Two-buckle closure under flap offers fast access and security

* Two deep slip pockets
* One zippered deep slip pocket

• Attached, adjustable shoulder strap allows user to wear two ways: across body or on shoulder

See also: Accessories | Camera Bags

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