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Bag Question? Lowpro Commercial AW

 
nhbilly
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Jun 15, 2007 13:03 |  #1

Hey guys just curious if anyone here uses the Lowpro Commercial AW.
Linky - http://lowepro.com …eather/Commerci​al_AW.aspx (external link)

What is your on opinion on the bag etc....the good the bad.


Thanks!


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Jun 15, 2007 14:10 |  #2

I use that bag, it handles most of what I need and can not think of any bad aspects at all .

It almost has to many pockets and straps:D .

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nhbilly wrote in post #3382988 (external link)
Hey guys just curious if anyone here uses the Lowpro Commercial AW.
Linky - http://lowepro.com …eather/Commerci​al_AW.aspx (external link)

What is your on opinion on the bag etc....the good the bad.

Thanks!


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Jun 15, 2007 14:12 |  #3

I have the smaller version of this bag...the Compact AW....and I love it. I use it for all my engagement shoots, or any other shoots where I dont need to bring all my gear along. In my opinion the Commercial AW is too big to carry around on your shoulder all day, and with how much gear it holds it could get rather heavy. They are great bags though, definitely recommended if you don't mid the size.


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Jun 15, 2007 15:17 |  #4

Lowepro bags are great quality. I have two. My main bag is the rolling computrekker II or whatever they call it. I cannot imagine not having a rolling bag for all the times i have to haul gear down sidewalks or city blocks and even piers in the harbor.


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Jun 18, 2007 01:06 |  #5

Thanks for the input guys! Went to a local camera store and checked out the commercial and boy is it BIG. I might go with the Lowepro Magnum, it's just a tad bit smaller.


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Jun 18, 2007 14:44 |  #6

anyone else?

THANKS!


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