(From company literature) Lowepro Omni Pro & Pro Extreme. A slim, attaché-style bag (the Omni Pro) is sized to fit a waterproof Pro Extreme hard case (or a Pelican 1520). Removable tripod straps; metal hardware; a padded, contoured shoulder strap; and fully customizable interior equip the Omni Pro for commercial shoots. The Omni Pro has front and top zips so gear is accessible in the Pro Extreme case.
Type: Soft Bag with optional Hard Case
Available Colors: Black
Outer Fabric (Bag): Water-resistant 600D TXP™
Type of Closure: Zipper, quick release buckles (bag); double latches (case)
Capacity: 1-2 SLRs, 5-7 lenses, media and accessories
Interior Dimensions of Bag (W x D x H): 40.5 x 14 x 29 cm / 15 x 5 x 11.5 in.
Exterior Dimensions of Bag (W x D x H): 44.5 x 16 x 31 cm / 17.5 x 6.25 x 12.25 in.
Exterior Dimensions of Case (W x D x H): 49 x 19 x 39.5 cm / 19.25 x 7.5 x 15.5 in.
Weight: 5.51 kg / 12.14 lb
Notes: Each Omni bag fits into a virtually indestructible Omni Extreme hard case; Removable tripod straps on the Omni Pro adjust for different tripods; A full front zipper lets you use the Omni bags in the Omni Extreme cases. There’s a handy top zip, too
Lowepro Omni Pro & Pro Extreme review by dgillespie13
Review Date: 12/7/2006
Would you recommend the product? Yes |
Total Spent: $225.00| Rating: 0
A bit pricey
This takes all of the hassle of organizing your Pelican case away. LowePro has worked with photographers to create a storage system that fits inside the ahrd case giving you the advantage of both an organized solution as well as the rugged/ waterproof case that will protect your gear.
A slim, attaché-style bag is sized to fit a waterproof Pro Extreme hard case (or a Pelican 1520). It has removable tripod straps; metal hardware; a padded, contoured shoulder strap; and fully customizable interior equip the Omni Pro for commercial shoots. The Omni Pro has front and top zips so gear is accessible in the Pro Extreme case.
The large see-thru pockets are a real plus to keep those small items as well as documents that always seem to get lost in the larger spaces in your black bag.
One downside is the fully populated bag will at once be quite heavy and will make you check your insurance coverage. Most air carriers allow this as carry luggage. It would be a good idea to have TSA locks just in case.
Both the fabric case and the hard case can be permanently engraved or embroidered for easy identification.
If you make your living shooting you already have one, if not you will soon.