Built for speed, agility and flexibility, the Toploader Pro 75 AW II delivers a compact and fast-access solution to pros that work in the moment and want to wear their gear multiple ways.
- Four wearing options allow for tremendous freedom of movement: over the shoulder, holster style, as a chest harness, or at the waist using your own belt or webbing
- Bag includes 2 straps to configure in multiple ways: a padded shoulder strap and secondary strap -- both with secure snaphooks
- Get a snug, protective fit for your Pro DSLR with the asymmetrical design
- Work out of the bag -- and keep gear protected from the elements -- with the 360-degree All Weather AW Cover™
- Capture the shot in a moment via the easy-grip access
- Close the bag without zipping it by using the glove-friendly, quick-release buckle
- Rely on super-strong Duraflex® metal D-rings to secure straps for shoulder, hoster and chest harness configurations
- Organize essentials like sunglasses, keys and other small items in top, side and mesh pockets
- Expand carry options with SlipLock™ attachment loop
- Secure grip and store smaller items within main compartment via adjustable and padded divider system
- Soft, tricot lining on inside lid helps protect screen
Toploader Pro 75 AW II is rated out of 5 by 6.Rated 5 out of 5 by Byron from One of the best camera bags I've ever used. Immediately noticed just how "pro" this bag looks and feels. Excellent attention to detail in the design and finish. Love how it leans forward on your hip to allow for easier access to your gear. Plenty of extra storage allows me to fit everything I need for an active day, including my wallet and my mobile phone. The shoulder strap is EXTREMELY comfortable which is important when you are carrying large pro-spec cameras all day. Very very happy with this product.Date published: 2016-07-28Rated 5 out of 5 by shadowlands from Take this bag everywhere!!! My Lowepro Toploader Pro 75 AWII has become my main “go to” bag for hiking, and flight adventures. I have all of the mounting harnesses that I need to wear it on my chest, or as a sling. It holds my Nikon D800 with 24-70 and battery grip. Generally, that’s all I travel with. Love the rain-coat, of course, since I hike. Never know what the weather can bring!Date published: 2017-05-01Rated 5 out of 5 by mattiasa11 from Excellent and versatile bag for all adventures I've used this bag carried with its chest harness on multi-week backcountry hikes and on numerous trips in remote locations over the last 5 years, and it has been excellent. Comfortable to carry with a full loaded pack, well equipped (thinking rain cover), and with plenty of space for accessories. Highly recommended.Date published: 2015-09-13Rated 5 out of 5 by Spicy Steve from Absolute Independence Once I bought this Toploader Pro 75 AWII it totally freed me up to shoot sports and wildlife photography without being weighted down by a bigger pack of gear. I can just grab it and run with the essentials and easily access it without comig back with a sore neck or back. Love it.Date published: 2017-05-03Rated 5 out of 5 by Ian Stotes from Perfect fit This bag holds my Nikon d500 and 800 with my 80-400mm lens perfectly. The strap is comforatable and I can configure the straps so I can backpack with it on my chest.Date published: 2017-05-10Rated 5 out of 5 by AMH83 from excellant bagDate published: 2015-03-17
- Question & Answer
Will this fit my Nikon D810 with MBD12 grip and Nikon 24-70 f2.8 "VR" lens with hood attached? Will it also hold two EN-EL15 spare batteries and two 82mm filters at the same time?Yes, I believe the Toploader Pro 75 AW II should accommodate all the kit you describe.Date published: 2017-06-22
will it be suits to CANON EOS 80D with canon EF 100- 400 L IS USM attached .Yes.Date published: 2017-06-09
"Will this fit a canon 7d mark ii with a 100-400mm lens with a 1.4x extender?"No. You may want to consider our Flipside 200 as a backpack option for this setup.Date published: 2017-06-01
Would this hold a Canon 80D with a Sigma 150-600 attached?No it will not. You might consider our Flipside 300 backpack.Date published: 2017-05-18
Will this case holds a lens AF-S NIKKOR 200-500MM F/5.6E ED VR??OAL of your kit, tip of camera lens hood to rear of camera body, needs to be 28cm or less for a comfortable fit. I can make it fit around a 30cm setup, but only if I empty the top pocket and pull the top down around the camera.Date published: 2017-02-20
I may be asking the obvious but - will my Nikon D3 with attached 70-200/2.8 *WITH LENS HOOD ATTACHED AND IN READY-TO-SHOOT POSITION* fit in this TopLoader Pro 75 AW II ?Maybe. It's 2 cm too short for D810 + 80-200/2.8 + HN-28 screw-on hood. OAL of my setup is 30 cm not counting the eyepiece. Usable depth of the bag is 28 cm from bottom padding to top of wall/bottom of zipper. I can make the case close on my camera/zoom/hood, but only if I leave the top pocket empty and force the case closed around the camera. Padding is excellent, though.Date published: 2017-05-05
Hi , I have a nikon D5 with a 80-200 lens will it fit in the 75 aw original or would I need the aw11 cheersThe bag fits my D810+battery grip with no problem, which is about the size of a D5. I bought this bag for my D810 + 80-200/2.8 push-pull zoom + HN-28 hood attached in the shooting position. The OAL for this setup is 30cm from tip of lens to back of body, ignoring the eyepiece. OAL is 31cm with the DK-19 eyecup or the DK-17M 2x magnifier. LowePro says that the interior depth of the bag is 29.2 cm but I measure the useful depth of the bag to be 28cm from padded bottom to just below the zippers. With my 80-200/2.8 push-pull zoom the camera back sits proud of the zippers by 1-2 cm. I can make it fit if I force the cover down around the camera, but that requires leaving the top flap pocket empty. For an 80-200/2.8 zoom+hood this bag is tighter top to bottom than the zip-extender bags. I have mixed feelings about mine. The padding is much better than the zip-extender type of bag, but I wish this bag were 3-5 cm deeper. As it is, this bag is great if the 28cm depth works for you. It's depth is comparable to one of the zipper-extendable type bags in the compact position, and about 8cm less deep than the extendable bags in the unzipped position. I think the depth of the TLP 75 AW II needs to be at least 2 cm deeper to accommodate an 80-200 with HN-28 screwed-on.Date published: 2017-05-05
Will this bag fit Nikon D810 + Battery Grip attached + Nikon 85mm f/1.8G + Nikon 50mm f/1.8G?Short Answer: Yes, but only if you carry the lenses with hoods backwards. Long Answer comes in two parts: Battery Grip: The bag fits my D810+battery grip with no problem. It can be positioned either with the right side facing the buckle (left side accessory ports facing the top's hinge) or with the bottom of the battery grip facing the buckle (top of viewfinder facing the hinge). It's a win-win situation either way. There might even be enough room for an L-bracket. Lens Depth: I bought this bag for my D810 + 80-200/2.8 push-pull zoom + HN-28 hood attached in the shooting position. The OAL for this setup is 30cm from tip of lens to back of body, ignoring the eyepiece. OAL is 31cm with the DK-19 eyecup or the DK-17M 2x magnifier. LowePro says that the interior depth of the bag is 29.2 cm but the useful depth of the bag is 28cm from padded bottom to just below the zippers. With my zoom the camera back sits proud of the zippers by 1-2 cm. I can make the 80-200/2.8 fit if I force the cover down, but that requires leaving the top flap pocket empty. If anyone is interested in using an 80-200/2.8 zoom+hood then this bag isn't the best choice, a zip-extender would be better. As far as the 85mm 1.8G fitment goes: There's plenty of width for a widebody lens like the 85/1.4G. The OAL of D810+85mm/1.4 is 17cm with cap and hood reversed, 21cm with hood in shooting position. That leaves 11cm in the bottom with hood reversed, 7cm in the bottom with hood in shooting position. The 50/1.8G should fit, with room for a pad between lenses, but only if you carry the 85 with hood reversed, or if you're willing to allow the 50mm lens to nest inside of the 85mm hood in the shooting position. You might want a deeper bag. I have mixed feelings about mine. The padding is much better than the zip-extender type of bag, but I wish this bag were 3-5 cm deeper. As it is, this bag is great if the 28cm depth works for you. It's depth comparable to one of the zipper-extendable type bags in the compact position, and about 8cm less deep than the extendable bags in the unzipped position. While I think the depth of the TLP 75 AW II needs to be deeper, tit's padding and the ability to carry accessories is superior to the competition. I can fit a strobe along side of the lenses or in the front pocket. Try doing that with the smart-bag.Date published: 2017-02-20
- Dimensions & Specifications
- Pro DSLR with 70-200mm f/2.8 lens attached
- Small accessories
Internal Dimensions: 16.1 x 17.8 x 29.2 cm (6.34 x 7.01 x 11.50 in)
External Dimensions: 19 x 22 x 32.2 cm (7.48 x 8.66 x 12.68 in)
Weight: 0.8 kg (1.76 lbs)
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