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Lowepro FreeLine 相机背包 350 AW,黑色,多功能背包专为旅行、摄影师和摄影师设计,适用于 DSLR,无镜笔记本电脑、桥、CSC、镜头和旅行装备
Lowepro FreeLine Camera Backpack 350 AW, Black, Versatile Daypack Designed for Travel, Photographers and Videographers, for DSLR, Mirrorless, Laptops, Bridge, CSC, Lenses and Travel Gear,

4.4 颗星,最多 5 颗星 36 评论
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  • 多功能:QuickShelf 分隔系统可打开为 3 层搁板或折叠平整
  • 质量:高级尼龙 66 外层防水耐磨
  • 快速访问: 侧面访问面板提供快速访问装备
  • 笔记本电脑隔层:支架贴合的笔记本电脑口袋可以保护*大 15 英寸的笔记本电脑,Activzone 背板提供有针对性的舒适和支持
  • 1 x Lowepro Free Line 背包 350 aw 麻灰色
    • Versatile: QuickShelf divider system opens into 3-tier shelf or folds flat
    • Quality: High-grade nylon 66 exterior protects from water and abrasion
    • Quick access: Side access panels offer quick access to gear
    • Laptop compartment: Cradle fit laptop pocket protects up to 15-Inch laptop and activzone back panel gives targeted comfort and support
    • 1 x lowepro free line backpack 350 aw heather grey


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  • 制造商是否已停产 ‏ : ‎ 不是
  • 商品尺寸 ‏ : ‎ 29 x 24 x 53 cm; 1.86 公斤
  • 制造商 ‏ : ‎ Lowepro
  • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B07DPV27CC
  • 型号 / 款式 ‏ : ‎ LP37170-PWW
  • 用户评分:
    4.4 颗星,最多 5 颗星 36 评论


创意无处不在。 您的装备每天都会发生变化,携带自由必不可少。 FreeLine 是专为今天的讲故事、摄影师和摄影师设计的优质手提包。 这款多功能包保护工具无论您走到哪里,都能让您自由专注于大片画面。 QuickShelf? 分隔系统可打开成 3 层架或折叠平板 超高级尼龙 66 外部可防止水和外出... 双面取用面板可快速取用齿轮 CradleFit? 笔记本电脑口袋可保护 15 英寸笔记本电脑 ActivZone? 后面板提供针对性的舒适和支撑




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美国亚马逊: 3.9 颗星,最多 5 颗星 15 条评论
Eric honestly opinionated K.
4.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 A stylish, hi-quality near-perfect camera backpack from a trusted brand!
2019年10月9日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
颜色: 黑色已确认购买
Eric honestly opinionated K.
4.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 A stylish, hi-quality near-perfect camera backpack from a trusted brand!
评论于 2019年10月9日 在美国 🇺🇸 发布
What an amazing, thoughtful hybrid camera backpack/day bag for Prosumer photographers like myself.

I normally travel w/ a spacious Tumi backpack + lowepro sling camera bag but on a recent no-carry on flight realized the need for a one-stop shop. Thus began extensive research w/ these criteria: 1) Prosumer level camera storage (NOT pro!), 2) Some room to function as a day bag including laptop space for my old 15" Macbook Pro, 3) side pockets for a water bottle & a handheld tripod, and 4) stylish to be used for work.

I've compared other brands like Peak Designs as well as LowePro's ProTactic BP 450 AW II, Urbex BP 28L Plus, and ViewPoint BP, before deciding on the Freeline 350. LowePro's specifications stated that its laptop sleeve might not fit my old, thick laptop w/ optical drive, but because it met all other criteria I took the risk.

It was shipped within 3 days w/o anything other than plastic cover, but with all tags intact. Upon first glance, it's stylish and oozes with quality construction. And thankfully, my mid-2010 15" Macbook Pro FIT in the sleeve despite its thickness of 0.95" being larger than LowePro's stated thickness of the laptop sleeve which was 0.59”. That said, no tablet would fit in the tablet sleeve with my MBP in the laptop sleeve.
The removable divider system is real nice and though setting up the velcro dividers take some work, when done I was able to put the following: (top to bottom; "|" denotes divider)

Tier 1: RODE Video Mic Pro | Panasonic Lumix FZ200 w/ PL filter
Tier 2: Panasonic Lumix GX8 MFT w/ Lumix 12-35mm zoom | Lumix 20mm Pancake Prime
Tier 3: Accessory box containing MBP square power cord, Lumix battery charger, iPhone charger & pic xfer cord

Then on top of those, I put glasses, sunglass, few snacks, AW cover (included in bag), scarf, etc. And I fit 4-5 travel-sized bottles, earphone, and my passport in the small top pocket. Side pockets held my 20 oz. thermo & Joby Gorilla Tripod - while pockets aren't too deep so only bottom thirds fit, the straps secured them well. I also tried putting a full-sized Sunpak tripod on front 2 straps and while they worked, they dangled quite a bit without some kind of bottom cup. Maybe I could've tightened the straps better.

I'm right-handed and GX8 was my main cam, so I put it on the LEFT side compartment looking at the bag, so that I could lose right shoulder strap, swing bag to my left, and take cam out with right hand to shoot. At first, it seemed awkward with gorillapod getting in the way, but I got used to it quickly and it was surprisingly easy.
The bag sits high up on your back which made it easy to sit down and also allowed waist straps to counteract some weight off the shoulders when fastened, and with sternum strap also engaged, the backpack clung tightly to the body which was good. AW cover also worked like a charm on a downpour.

Only qualm I have is that due to solid, and quite-rigid construction, the bag is overall tight. Top compartment "slits open" instead of "spreads open" due to the rigidity so it’s always a bit of a struggle to get things in/out. At first it was so tight that I didn’t think I could even close the zippers to the laptop compartment, but over the 20 days of overseas trip the bag seems to have broken in/relaxed a bit. As a day bag, top space doesn’t fit much - a light jacket at most. Even with divider pulled out, it'd fit a pair of jeans, shoes, light jkt, 2 tees & toiletrie bag at most. I wished it had 25% more volume by being slightly taller & wider, with slightly more roomier pockets. It'd still fit in airplane overhead bin or under seat tow.

Hopefully this is comprehensive and helpful for all you prosumer camera enthusiasts out there.
Thank you LowePro for this quality product! I'm looking forward to my next photojournaling trip w/ the Freeline 350 AW, but will upgrade in a heart beat to a 450 AW *wink wink* so LET ME KNOW, LowePro!
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5.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 closest thing to perfect in an urban photography backpack i've owned
2018年8月19日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
颜色: 黑色已确认购买
5.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 closest thing to perfect in an urban photography backpack i've owned
评论于 2018年8月19日 在美国 🇺🇸 发布
this is basically Lowepro's take on Peak Design's Backpack. Lowepro obviously took a long, hard look at what worked and what didn't about it, improving almost everything to make it truly oriented for urban photographers. i had spent 2 weeks with a Peak Design backpack, collecting a list of deficiencies before deciding it wasn't able to meet my needs and returned it. when the Freeline was released, i noticed everything they had improved over the Peak Design backpack and pretty much knocked out my list of shortcomings, one by one.

first, the exterior: they used a rugged, weather resistant material for the outer shell that's like tarpaulin but with a softer feel. the base is woven nylon outside a formed, foam shell so the bag stands on its own. all zips are weather resistant, external pockets are pleated and elasticated for expansion, and all tie downs are seatbelt nylon with steel G-hooks. the shoulder straps are rigidly formed and efficiently padded, helping keep the pack higher on your back and not allowing it to sag into your lower back. handles are everywhere: top and both sides, with a strip recessed into the formed foam back for slipping onto the handle of your wheeled carry-on. the side access flaps open in the opposite direction of Peak Design's because they designed their's backwards (try finding something in the internal flap pockets). finally, no hidden straps tucked about: all the straps you need are in place and can be removed if you don't need them. they're strong and hard wearing.

the interior: Peak Design claims their backpack is an "everyday backpack" but you have to destroy your carefully thought out, and annoyingly placed, shelving to use it as an "everyday backpack," then realign it all when you want to use it for photography again. Lowepro uses 2 boards to create a collapsable shelving system that slides out when you don't need it, no reconfiguration required. collapse it flat to pull it out of the top, reverse to return it. an accessory bag is also included for the small items: in my case, i use it to carry my cleaning kit and wireless shutter remote. there's room for a 15" laptop and a 13" tablet; in my case, it's a 2016 15" macbook pro and 10.5" ipad pro and both fit without struggles in well padded, individual pockets. the top storage area, while not expandable like Peak Design, is capable of holding a lot more than you'd expect for a bag this size, with total loadout comparing favorably to my Lowepro Flipside Trek 450. that speaks to the efficiency in their design.

looks are subjective, but Lowepro did what Peak Design took years to do: offer it in black. actually, it' the only color you can have. Lowepro also chose a more conventional backpack look that doesn't call attention to itself. with the Peak Design, you know what it is and it stands out in a crowd, looking like an origami turtle: not what you want while carrying thousands of dollars in gear.

the only problem with the Lowepro is the shelving. they use a more conventional arrangement of flexible dividers attached with velcro. this is where the Peak Design is superior, IMO, with their convertible shelves with folding dividers. as you can see in my photos, the solution was to buy the shelves from Peak Design and put them into the Lowepro Freeline. the 30L dividers are a perfect fit inside the Freeline, giving you more configuration options and making the space more efficient, especially when reconfiguring to accommodate wildly different lens sizes, like a 50mm, 24-70mm and 70-200mm after carrying 4 different primes the day before.
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4.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 Great Camera Backpack, minus one star for chest strap.
2021年4月24日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
颜色: 黑色已确认购买
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