Lowepro Rezo 170 AW

Lowepro Rezo 170 AW is a lightweight camera bag to carry DSLR camera body with zoom lens attached, 2-3 extra lenses, flash and accessories. The bag features built-in memory card orgainizer, built-in LCD / Lens cleaning cloth and Camera compartment is fully customizable for your SLR or Camcorder system, with adjustable and removable padded dividers include Lowepro’s patented All Weather cover to protect bag and contents from extreme weather, sand, dirt, etc. The Lowepro Rezo 170 AW has exterior size 9.6W X 6.1D X 9.3H in./24.5 X 15.5 X 23.5 cm, interior size 8.7W X 4.5D X 7.9H in./22 X 11.5 X 20 cm, and weighs 1.23lbs/0.56kg.

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Overall Rating: ★★★★½ | Latest Price Info


Expert Reviews

Lowepro Rezo 170 AW Expert Reviews

Gkgraphics reviews the Lowepro Rezo 170 AW and writes;
“The Lowepro Rezo 170 AW Shoulder Bag is a high quality product, compared to what I had before. It is durable and provides adaquate protection for my camera gear. The zippers on the main compartment lid and accessory pocket work smoothly and without a hitch. The attachment loop increases the expandability of the bag and with several pockets, it makes it easy to keep items organized in the bag. “
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User Opinions

Lowepro Rezo 170 AW User Reviews

High Quality Bag
“I was looking for a small bag that I could use on day trips or hikes. I did not want a huge bag to keep all my lenses and accessories. This is perfect for my needs. I have a Konica Minolta 5D with a 28-75 f2.8 lens attached, along with a 18-70 and a 70-210. I can fit the camera, lenses, my battery charger, and various cables. The lenses fit with their hoods on backwards. There are a couple of small pouches to keep extra battery and cards. Two features I really like: 1) the micro fiber cloth that lies across the camera’s lcd to protect it from scratches and 2) the top of the bag opens from the back for quick access to the camera.” – By Tony
Rating: ★★★★★

Good bag, slightly odd design
“The all-weather cover is a bonus but I am somewhat puzzled as to the function of the big flap on the outside. When you unsnap it, it doesn’t reveal the main compartment of the bag like you’d expect. Instead, it just reveals a small secondary compartment. The main area of the bag is accessed by opening zippers AROUND the big flap. Kind of strange, but in the end everything works well enough that I’m still happy.” – By A. Drew
Rating: ★★★★☆

Odd Design is Right
“The large flap which covers the big outside pocket but NOT the main compartment is large and full of stiffeners but doesn’t zip to even allow as much as some microfiber cleaning cloth. The unzippered neoprene side pocket is also only on one side. The front of the pocket compartment folds down and also opens from the bottom and is where the little raincoat for the bag is. It offers some extra cushioning of your memory cards and batteries, I suppose.” – By J. Kirlin
Rating: ★★★★☆

Good Deal
“I just purchased this bag and found it had alot of little spaces to use for filters or memory cards. It has a good tight feel to it and for as much as I will use it (just once in a awhile) it should last for years. Tight construction and easily configured dividers to fit whatever lenses you might have. Max lens about 80-300. The camera will fit in the middle with the 28-70 on it which leaves 2 pockets on each side for lenses. Nice compact design.” – By John W. Montgomery
Rating: ★★★★★

Great
“This is a fantastic bag by lowepro. It’s a blend of high-capacity and quick access holster styles. I can easily fit my D70s with 18-200mm telephoto (attached) and my SB-800 flash into the bag. I at first thought the front flap was useless, but it actually exists to provide more waterproof coverage to the bag. When you deploy the All-weather (it’s stowed in a velcro compartment at the bottom of the bag), it wraps around the bottom, up the sides, and over the top of the bag to provide water protection. Try it yourself. You’ll find that the front flap provides protection where the All-weather cannot reach. Together the All-weather and front flap give 80% protection from the elements.” – By Jak DiGriz
Rating: ★★★★☆

Perfect Bag
“Really great bag to carry an SLR and 2-3 lenses. This is perfect for my Canon 40D, its 28-135 lens, wide angle zoom lens, and a macro lens. Accessories fit in too. I was a little confused as to whether it would fit the body and three lens until I received it. Don’t worry, they’ll fit unless you have huge lenses.” – By J. Francis
Rating: ★★★★★

Use it for lens and accessories
“Nice comfortable bag, especially the strap. I use it carry three lenses (the Canon 70-200mm the largest), an external flash on the side pocket, an Epson P-2000 (front pocket) and graphic cards. Very useful this way for wedding photography and event gigs.” – By BakariC
Rating: ★★★★★

I used this with my Nikon D80
“To sum it up, I wanted a bag that wasn’t too wide like the Nikon Bag, but rather, tall and thin so I could use the shoulder strap around my body. I can easily walk around with this attached to my body and it’s out of my way as i can push it towards my back. It work’s great and pulling out the camera with the reveresd flap makes it a breeze…” – By A. Aguilar
Rating: ★★★★☆

Best SLR bag out there
“I looked high and low for a bag for my Nikon D90. I wanted something that would protect my camera but I didn’t want anything too big/bulky. This bag is the perfect match. It has pockets for memory cards and accessories. I even managed to fit my battery charger and cord in the stretchy neoprene accessory pocket on the right side. It fits my D90 with a 50mm prime lens and my 18-105 kit lens. I like to attach a battery grip to my D90 for long photo shoots but it barely fits in the bag with grip attached. Over all I am very happy with the bag.” – By alipacha
Rating: ★★★★★

Great bag
“Overall, good bag that will hold 1 body, 2 lens, and some accessories. I bought this bag to hold my gear for a trip down to Costa Rica. I was going during the rainy season, and I wanted something that offered some kind of water protection. This bag delivered. I carried my Nikon D80 with an 18-200mm zoom lens attached. Had room for a 60mm micro lens, plus extra room for a pair of mini binoculars in the main compartment… Like I said earlier, it was rainy season, and I used the rain cover in very heavy rain, and it protected everything perfectly. It also covers the bottom, so you can put it down on the wet ground too, and water won’t soak in. It doesn’t stretch too far up the back, so it won’t keep things dry if you submerge the bag.” – By Ed mtb
Rating: ★★★★★

Features & Specifications

Lowepro Rezo 170 AW Features & Specifications

Designed specifically for digital equipment, the Rezo 170 AW is a lightweight shoulder bag packed with features. This bag offers plenty of protection with a well padded interior, soft, brushed-tricot lining plus a memory card pouch that’s integrated right into the reverse-open lid and an All Weather┬┐. A soft, micro fiber cloth built into the main compartment cleans delicate LCD screens and protects against scratches from camera straps. Carry accessories in the roomy front pocket and stretchy side pocket; and use the SlipLock┬┐ attachment tab for additional accessories.

Features:
* Rezo 170 AW Capacity: Digital SLR with attached lens; 2-3 extra lenses and accessories
* Includes a built-in memory card orgainizer
* Includes a built-in LCD / Lens cleaning cloth
* Camera compartment is fully customizable for your SLR or Camcorder system, with adjustable and removable padded dividers.
* Lowepro’s patented All Weather cover to protect bag and contents from extreme weather, sand, dirt, etc.


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