Lowepro Toploader Pro 75 AW

Lowepro Toploader Pro 75 AW is a vertical holster style bag for a Pro digital SLR camera. The bag features a side opening with easy-grip access, asymmetrical shape follows the lines of a camera for a snug, 360 Degree All Weather (AW) Cover, a large U-shaped zipper pulls, 3 point harness system, top pocket with space for sunglasses and personal gear, adjustable divider system to secure grip & allow storage of smaller lens. The Lowepro Toploader Pro 75 AW has exterior size 8W X 8D X 12.8H in./20.3 X 20.3 X 32.5 cm, interior size 6.7W X 6.7D X 11.4H in./17 X 17 X 29 cm, and weighs 1.9lbs/0.8kg.

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


User Opinions

Lowepro Toploader Pro 75 AW User Reviews

Great SLR Holster
“I am using this holster with a Canon 50D w/ a battery grip and a 70-200 f2.8. The camera and lens fit great even with the lens hood inverted. It even has enough room in the front pocket for my Canon flash. I added a Lowepro lens case mounted to the side for an additional wide angle zoom. The quality is top notch! “ – By William Jackson
Rating: ★★★★★

Great construction but my Nikon D700 w/battery pack barely fits
“This case is barly big enough for my Nikon D700 with battery pack, and my Nikon 24-70 f2.8 zoom lens attached. It works, but the fit is very tight. For this combo with the lens hood in shooting position requires removing the partition at the bottom of this case. I had to remove ALL partitions in order to get the camera in straight. HOWEVER I am extremely impressed with the layout of this case and the construction quality. Even the one made by Think Tank isn’t constructed quite as well. The case, at first, appears complicated with the waist strap configuration. However I fingered it out in less than two minutes! Yepper, this is a great case! Highly recommended.” – By Joseph A. Nowak
Rating: ★★★★☆

Perfect zoom bag
“I love this bag! I use this bag mainly for hiking and in the future, biking. I use it with both the shoulder straps and chest straps, both are excellent ways to carry the bag. I use it to carry my 1D Canon with a 70-200IS zoom attached, a strobe in the exterior pocket, and cards and spare batteries. I don’t regret buying this bag and would recommend it to anyone. Great bag!” – By A. Kim
Rating: ★★★★★

Great for casual or remote shoots
“I bought this as a good way to take my camera on the long walks I often take. Generally, I’ll set the camera up with a lens and then head out. For that type of activity, it works great. Even my longest lens, a 75-400, fits easily. It has some excellent features, such as the quick extraction design, which allows you to place the camera in the bag in such a way as to be readily accessible, letting you quickly open it, grab the camera, and get a quick shot before the opportunity disappears.” – By Norman A. Garrett
Rating: ★★★★★

Lowepro 75 AW
“Overall, I’m very happy with the purchase. I primarily use this for my Nikon D300/70-200 VR2 combo and the fit is tight, it works fine. Build construction is very nice quality.” – By B. Kraus
Rating: ★★★★☆

A great “Around Town” Len Bag
“The Toploader Pro 75 AW fits my Canon 5D (Series 1) with Battery Grip and Strap just about right. It’s a little tight with no room to move, but after adjusting the removable foam pads around, I can say that the fit is almost perfect. I can have my 70-200 2.8 mounted to the body with the grip or my 17-40 with no problem. I just recently purchased the Lens Case LC 1 and LC 2 to take advantage of Lowepro’s Sliplock System with this Bag. The Oblong shape is what I really like about this bag…” – By E. Ramclam
Rating: ★★★★★

Great camera bag for 70-200 or 24-70
“The Pro 75 fits my Nikon D90 with a battery pack and the Nikon 70-200 VRII lens with the lens hood reversed, or it fits the same camera with the Nikon 24-70 with the lens hood attached. The excellent build quality is what I’ve come to expect from Lowepro. The shoulder strap is comfortable, there are dedicated pockets for SD cards, and the front pocket is large enough to hold a cell phone or smaller topmount flash. Overall this camera bag is well thought out and built like a tank. For the professional or casual photographer, this beats anything currently on the market.” – By M. Butler
Rating: ★★★★★

Expert Reviews

Lowepro Toploader Pro 75 AW Expert Reviews

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Features & Specifications

Lowepro Toploader Pro 75 AW Features & Specifications

Designed for the Pro Photographer inside & out, the Toploader Pro 75 AW by Lowepro is made for action. The contoured, asymmetrical shape follows the lines of a camera for a snug, protective fit. A side opening with easy-grip access lets you capture the shot in a flash. Our 360 Degree All Weather (AW) Cover lets you work out of your bag while protecting your gear. Other features include: large, U-shaped zipper pulls; 3 point harness system; top pocket with space for sunglasses and personal gear; adjustable divider system to secure grip & allow storage of smaller lens. Works with Topload Chest Harness sold separately.

Technical Details
* Fits a Pro DSLR with grip and 70-200mm f/2.8 lens attached plus accessories
* 360 Degree All Weather Cover provides protection from the elements while still allowing access to your camera.
* Asymmetrical design follows the lines of a camera for a snug, protective fit
* Quick buckle release allows you to close your bag without zipping it up, enabling fast and easy access to your camera for quick shots.
* Large, U-shaped zipper pulls are easy to grasp, even when wearing gloves.


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