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(based on 2 ratings)
Brand: Lowepro
Located in: Gadget Bags
Designed specifically for digital equipment, the Rezo 160 AW is a lightweight shoulder bag packed with features. This bag offers plenty of protection with a well padded interior, soft, brushed-tricot lining plus a memory card pouch that?s integrated right into the reverse-open lid and an All Weather. A soft, micro fiber cloth built into the main compartment cleans delicate LCD screens and protects against scratches from camera straps. Carry accessories in the roomy front pocket and stretchy side pocket; and use the SlipLock attachment tab for additional accessories.
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4 stars
(based on 2 reviews)
 
Well padded, easy to carry
By Photo EnthusiastVerified Reviewer from Vernon, CT on 8/30/2010
Pros:
Comfortable, Lightweight, Strong Construction, Well Padded
Cons:
Tight with bigger SLR's
Best Uses:
Daily Usage, Protecting Gear, Transporting Gear
Describe Yourself:
Casual Photographer
Was this a gift?:
No
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about Lowepro Lowepro Rezo 160 AW Digital SLR / Video Bag:

I bought this bag because I got the Canon Rebel XSi SLR camera. It was a little awkward trying to figure out how to put the camera in. Other than that it is light weight and easy to carry.

[2 of 2 customers found this review helpful]

 
Good for small SLR kits
By iamlucky13Verified Reviewer from Portland, OR on 1/2/2009
Pros:
Lightweight, Strong Construction, Well Padded
Cons:
Hard To Access Equipment
Describe Yourself:
Photo Enthusiast
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about Lowepro Lowepro Rezo 160 AW Digital SLR / Video Bag:

This bag fills up pretty precisely with my D40, kit lens, 55-200VR, and 50 F/1.8. It got a little tight when I traded out the kit lens for a Nikkor 18-70. I've had it out in light rain and snow and for short hikes. Overall it's a good bag, and I would definitely recommend it, but it's not perfect.

Pros:
- Good padding...inspires confidence
- Is holding up well so far (a little over a year)
- Adjustable dividers
- Plenty of adjustment in the shoulder strap
- Good weather protection. I don't use it in severe weather and have never tried the cover, but it keeps the gear dry during short exposures to light rain. I may add some Scotchguard for extra protection.

Cons:
- Awkward to access. There's a flap secured by a clip that looks like the main compartment. It's really just a glorified cover over the zippered side compartment (space for two filters, my wireless remote, and two memory cards). The real access is a zipper that is a little difficult to operate one-handed, but does offer good protection from mist and dust.
- The bottom isn't flat. It's angled slightly, so the bag tends to tip over forward when you set it down.
- The memory card slot in the main compartment cuts into gear room. With the 55-200 attached, the lid closes a little tight, and the extra 3/16" of an SD card case doesn't help any, hence why I keep mine in the side pocket.

Bottom line:
A good bag. Worth the price, despite several minor annoyances.

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