(From company literature) Lowepro Stealth Reporter D300 AW. Created for photojournalists and news photographers, the Stealth Reporter D300 AW is designed to withstand the elements while providing quick access to lenses and digital accessories. Although the Stealth Reporter D300 AW was designed to be light weight, it’s still heavy on features and durability. Durable ballistic nylons, high density closed cell foams, deluxe shoulder strap, metal hardware and an All Weather Cover™ ensure that this one tough bag. After all, the last thing you need to worry about is your camera equipment.
Type: Shoulder Bag, All Weather
Available Colors: Black
Outer Fabric: Water-resistant 600D TXP ripstop and 2000D ballistic nylon
Type of Closure: Zipper, quick release buckle
Capacity: 1 pro SLR, 4-5 lenses, flash and accessories
Interior Dimensions (W x D x H): 27.5 x 17.5 x 19.5 cm / 10.8 x 6.9 x 7.7 in.
Exterior Dimensions (W x D x H): 31.5 x 23.5 x 23.5 cm / 12.4 x 9.3 x 9.3 in.
Weight: 1.49 kg / 3.28 lb
Notes: These lightweight bags are designed to organize and protect equipment from the hazards of being a photojournalist; If you like a lighter, softer bag, just take out the padded insert; Removable pouch and memory card wallet easily manages all your digital accessories; Water-resistant top zipper provides quick access to gear; Luggage trolley strap quickly secures your bag to luggage handle; The All Weather Cover provides serious protection for your gear in extreme conditions
Lowepro Stealth Reporter D300 AW review by ArunasM
Review Date: 1/15/2007
Would you recommend the product? Yes |
Total Spent: $60.00| Rating: 8
Construction quality, features, size, rapid access
Depth for longer telephotos, comfort when loaded
I purchased this bag to carry my Nikon D200, 1 - 3 lenses, 1 or 2 flash units, batteries and flash cards.
This bag has sufficient space to hold the camera with short zoom (17-55 or 28-70 2.8) in centre compartment, with 2 or 3 other short fixed lenses, or short zooms in other compartments and 1 flash. If less or smaller lenses are packed, then 2 flashes can be packed comfortably (or a flash and an Epson P-2000).
The nice thing about this series of bags is that they provide great access to equipment, and separation as well via dividers. On the negative side, I find such shoulder bags uncofortable for long term use when loaded beyond even 5 lbs of equipment. For that reason, I don't use it as a carry-around bag.
The only other shortcoming of this bag is that it is not deep enough for longer zoom lenses, such as a 70-200 F2.8 (for that you would need the Stealth Reported 400).