Lowepro Dryzone

Lowepro Dryzone
What is your choice of Camera Bag?

I own a Tamrac (no complaints, except that now is too small for me whopping Canon 5D, 24-70 f/2.8, 70-200 f/2.8 IS and 580EX II), but I wondered if perhaps a Lowepro or some other brand can be as good or better. (For Please do not recommend smaller bags or giant, something comparable to the Tamrac Expedition 7 or 8) attachabilty tripod and accessibility are important to me and weather resistance, to some extent. Does anyone recommend the Lowepro Dryzone 200? I'm thinking of getting more goals so keep that in mind (2-4 more objectives perhaps not so immediate future (my portfolio still has the burn marks)) And I now own Adventure 9 (which does not quite fit) Ah, crumplers just visited website. It's really a site worthy of Lewis Carol.

From what I understand, the DryZone is good to protect what's inside, but not easy open or close because it is very good at protecting what is inside. When it comes to backpacks, Lowepro Tamrac adhere to or for the most part. The thing is – is very fitting backpack personal. You have to test to see if you put the weight on the hips or not. Personally, I use a Tamrac bag that can accommodate a laptop. You could use a Cyberpack 6, which is big enough for your lenses and body, and a laptop. Adventure 9 work well.

Dry Zone 200 by LowePro Review