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Reddit reviews on Lowepro ProTactic 450 AW Camera Backpack - Professional Protection for Your Camera Gear or DJI Mavic Pro/Mavic Pro Platinum

Sentiment score: 7
Reddit mentions: 12

We found 12 Reddit mentions of Lowepro ProTactic 450 AW Camera Backpack - Professional Protection for Your Camera Gear or DJI Mavic Pro/Mavic Pro Platinum. Here are the top ones.

Fits 1-2 Pro DSLRs, one with up to 70-200mm f/2.8 lens attached, 8 lenses/speed lights, 15" laptop, tripod and accessories. The ProTactic 450 AW also fits the DJI Mavic Pro droneNever miss a critical mission thanks four access points: the molded, turret-loading top, quick-grab from both sides, and full, back entry for set-up and securityCreate limitless set-ups with a robust, Slip Lock compatible strap system. Internal Dimensions: 31.8 x 19.8 x 44 cm (12.52 x 7.80 x 17.32 in) External Dimensions: 34.8 x 27 x 48.8 cm (13.70 x 10.63 x 19.21 in). Weight: 2.6 kg (5.72 lbs)Get versatile with five modular accessories - water bottle pouch, accessory case, tripod cup and two cinch straps - all Slip Lock-compatible and included with packProTactic features ActivZone System technology to deliver targeted support at shoulder blades, lumbar and waist for comfort on the move. Laptop compartment dimensions-11.2x 1.1 x 14.5 inch

Found 12 comments on Lowepro ProTactic 450 AW Camera Backpack - Professional Protection for Your Camera Gear or DJI Mavic Pro/Mavic Pro Platinum:

u/justroku · 5 pointsr/argentina

Veo estás cosas relacionadas con articulos fotográficos todo el tiempo :/

LowePro Porotactic 450 AW: Amazon USD 250

LowePro Porotactic 450 AW: MercadoLibre ARS 10.000

Pero supongamos que puede ser porque es grande, y aduana, etc etc. vamos a algo más fácil:

Lexar Pro SDXC 1000x 64Gb: Amazon USD 32


Lexar Pro SDXC 1000x 64Gb: ARS 1500

u/Constructestimator83 · 2 pointsr/dji

I bought a Mavic 2 Pro about 2 months ago and most recently took it to Scotland in this https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00ND21KS8?psc=1&ref=ppx_pop_mob_b_pd_title. I took it as carry on along with my camera, it’s very comfortable and keeps everything secure.

I bought the Fly More Kit which I recommend since you get two more batteries and the car charging cord for the batteries. In Scotland I would fly the drone and then drive while recharging the battery. I never swapped between more than two batteries at a time. I purchased two additional batteries with gift cards for a total of five batteries.

u/abluthbanana · 2 pointsr/bmpcc

https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00ND21KS8/ref=psdcmw_3345931_t1_B00ND21JW0

I have the pro tactic 450 ii but this is the first version that will work just as well for 100 less. I’ve used it for travel to carry a 15” laptop and charger and 2 camera bodies with 3 lenses, edelkrone slider and batteries with a little extra room near the top. The bag is also slightly rigid so everything inside is semi-protected and it has three separate openings to the main compartment from the left, right and top of the backpack for quick and easy access.

If you only need to carry one lens and one camera you can save even more money and get the lowepro 350.

u/tonydaazntiger319 · 2 pointsr/Filmmakers

This sounds right up your alley: Case Logic 206 SLR and 15.4" Laptop Backpack

If you're looking for something super heavy duty and more expensive then you might like this: LowePro ProTactic 450 AW Backpack

I know those are very popular and if you just enter "Camera and Laptop Backpack" on either Amazon or B&H, you'll find lots of options that might suit your tastes better.

u/flyhigh141 · 2 pointsr/photography

I’m looking for a 20-30L camera backpack!

I currently have the Lowepro Photosport 200 AW , but it doesn’t hold all my gear + adventure gear anymore. I need something bigger.

My gear includes Canon 7D2, 3x lenses (one 70-200 tele), Mavic Air + controller, assorted adventure gear/ layers. I’d tend to want more space than less if given a choice.


I’ve looked into Lowepro’s ProTactic 350 AW and 450 AW . I really like it’s rugged and tactical design. The 450 seems a little too big since I like being able to keep my backpack between my legs on buses/ cars/ planes. Will the 350 accommodate a similar size? Should I go with a bit of extra room in the 450?

I’ve also looked into F-Stop’s 32L Lotus , and Kashmir 30L . Having already purchased the Medium ICU makes these an easier purchase. My concern is that they might be too big to travel with easily. What are people’s thoughts on the company and design of these two?

What other factors should I consider in a bag? What other bags or companies should I look at?

Anything helps! I’m trying to purchase NOW during these cyber Monday sales so anything helps!!

u/Regi_Sakakibara · 1 pointr/drones

I got this but it can only fit a 15.5” laptop...

https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00ND21KS8/ref=psdcmw_3345931_t1_B06XGMZL8W

Maybe the company makes larger bags?

u/S_Storm · 1 pointr/photography

Requesting camera bag feedback/thoughts/suggestions/etc!

Equipment currently owned:

-Canon 7D Mk. II

-Sigma 18-35mm f/1.8

-Canon 70-200mm f/2.8

-Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8

-Canon 50mm f/1.8

-MeFOTO aluminum roadtrip travel tripod

I have been looking at the Lowepro Protactic 350 AW, 450 AW, and Fastpack 250 AWII, as I plan to use my equipment while traveling and walking around. Having a laptop compartment, and other smaller compartments, is also preferable for traveling.

As a note, in the long-term future, I do see myself picking up a full-frame body to buddy up with my crop sensor.

u/CaliforniaBurrito · 1 pointr/photography

I use a couple of bags -

  • Lowepro ProTactic 450AW - Large, fits a 15" MBP, a couple of bodies, lenses and room for flash and other goodies. You could reorganize this space to accomodate for books and school supplies. I've loaded it up with three bodies, six lenses, and a MBA and it's still super comfortable to wear.

  • Tenba DNA 13 - Great messenger style bag. This is my daily carryall bag for work. I can fit my MBA 13", two bodies and two lenses easily. Looking back I wish I would have went with the 15" model for when I upgrade to a 15" MBP.

  • The Everyday Messenger - Have not received this yet from the Kickstarter campaign but it's due to come in before Christmas. Bought this messenger to replace my DNA 13.

    Lowepro makes a smaller version of the one I listed, you should locate one locally and see if it fits your needs - I really like it.

u/PooTommy · 1 pointr/AskPhotography

My current bag (which I absolutely love) is the AmazonBasics DSLR Bag. I've had it for over a year now and it's still in great condition, even after taking it for many hikes and beach trips. My only problem with it now is that I am running out of space as it is a kind of small bag.

Pros: Cheap, good camera and lens storage, has a tripod holder on the side, it's well organised

Cons: Small size, doesn't look that great.. Honestly, these are the only two cons I can think of, and they are both subjective.

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If you think this could be a problem for you, there's also the bigger AmazonBasics DSLR and Laptop Bag. I haven't tried this bag, but I assume it is very similar to the smaller one (besides size, obviously).

I've also heard many good things about Lowepro 450AW.

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I recently backed the Boundary Errant on Kickstarter. It's due to arrive around November, but I purchased this bag as an "all-rounder" bag so I could start carrying my camera everywhere with me, such as Uni, as it has an optional camera insert. It's a little pricier but I believe it will be a bag that can last for ages.

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u/photography_bot · 1 pointr/photography

Unanswered question from the previous megathread


Author /u/flyhigh141 - (Permalink)

I’m looking for a 20-30L camera backpack!

I currently have the Lowepro Photosport 200 AW , but it doesn’t hold all my gear + adventure gear anymore. I need something bigger.

My gear includes Canon 7D2, 3x lenses (one 70-200 tele), Mavic Air + controller, assorted adventure gear/ layers. I’d tend to want more space than less if given a choice.


I’ve looked into Lowepro’s ProTactic 350 AW and 450 AW . I really like it’s rugged and tactical design. The 450 seems a little too big since I like being able to keep my backpack between my legs on buses/ cars/ planes. Will the 350 accommodate a similar size? Should I go with a bit of extra room in the 450?

I’ve also looked into F-Stop’s 32L Lotus , and Kashmir 30L . Having already purchased the Medium ICU makes these an easier purchase. My concern is that they might be too big to travel with easily. What are people’s thoughts on the company and design of these two?

What other factors should I consider in a bag? What other bags or companies should I look at?

Anything helps! I’m trying to purchase NOW during these cyber Monday sales so anything helps!!