Lowepro Backpack Lightweight Sporty Lowepro Tahoe BP 150, Black. Keep Your Photo Gear and Tablet Protected, Black (LP36892-PWW)
- Fits DSLR with kit lens (such as 18-135mm) extra lens, flash
- Main compartment has UltraFlex panel that folds for more space
- Zippered outer pocket offers space for earbuds, pens, keys etc.
- Softly padded shoulder straps adjust for a comfortable fit
- Weather-resistant materials safeguard gear from the elements
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An active life needs a focused pack. That's what the Tahoe BP 150 offers. Its customizable and well-padded main compartment and roomy front pocket offer plenty of storage for a day's worth of essential gear, including a tablet. Inner Width: 255 mm Inner Depth: 128 mm
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Tahoe BP 150
Lightweight, sporty and adaptable. Tahoe is the perfect daypack for the photo hobbyist.
Tahoe BP 150 - A lightweight, sporty backpack for a DSLR or DJI Mavic Pro or DJI Spark and tablet
The spacious and adjustable interior features padded dividers to easily customize your camera kit. Light grey interior makes it easy to locate and store gear.
Converts to a Daypack
The main compartment features an UltraFlex panel that folds down to create more space for personal gear and less camera gear or whatever your day calls for. Remove all interior dividers and use the Tahoe BP 150 as a full daypack.
The roomy pocket includes organized storage for daily essentials, plus a protective CradleFit pocket for up to a 10-inch tablet.
Tahoe BP 150 - Keeps your gear and tablet protected and organized
Softly padded shoulder straps adjust for a comfortable fit.
Space for Small Items
A subtle and zippered outer pocket offers space for earbuds, pens, keys, smartphone and smaller items.
Space for Quick-Grab Items
Tall, stretch-mesh pockets accommodate large water bottles or other quick-grab items you want throughout the day.
Tahoe BP 150 - What Fits?
The Tahoe BP 150 fits a DSLR with lens attached (such as Canon Rebel T5i with 18-135mm), flash plus extra lens (up to 50mm), and personal gear. The Tahoe BP 150 can also fit the DJI Mavic Pro or the DJI Spark.
Internal Dimensions: 10.04 x 5.04 x 14.17 in.
External Dimensions: 10.83 x 8.54 x 15.87 in.
Laptop Compartment: 9.45 x 0.79 x 10.43 in.
Weight: 1.76 lbs.
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This light weight Lowepro bp150 backpack bag is the right size for my Pana G7 with a flash gun second zoom and a mini table tripod.
I can recommend it to all it will protect your gear and has added extra compartments that so are handy.
PS it was almost half price ebay sellers.
Feels very high quality with customisable main interior. Straps are very comfy to wear (though my gear is not particularly heavy) and adjust.
Only complaint is that I can't keep an A4 sized folder or notebook as well in here, but for lugging around a camera body and lenses, it does the job very well. Have taken it out in light rain and it protects gear very well from what I can tell.
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First thing to note, is how really bright the red colour is, which I don't mind but it could be too much for some.
Size wise it's medium size and fairly compact. Plenty of space and dividers for your Dslr or Mirrorless camera and Lens.
Well made quality and very comfortable with plenty of pockets for various accessories.
Not really a negative but the only thing I am not sure of, is how weather proofing is it against the elements, but overall am very happy with my purchase.
I've uploaded plenty of pictures which hopefully will help.
I wanted a bag that I could carry around my essential gear and leave my flashes and other " camera junk" that I've acumilated at home. We all know we carry far too much equipment with us.
My essentials are my Canon 6D Mark ii, Tamron 24-70mm, Canon 50mm and Tamron 70-210mm. This bag just about fit's these in. I would have liked to have been able to leave the camera attached to a lens though. I am hoping this will teach me to go out with even less, maybe just my 70-210 and body.
I've attached a photo to show the inside when I've put my gear in.
I am very pleased with this bag, I have taken it everywhere for the past three years and it still looks and works great. I can fit my DSLR with a 200mm lens attached and two smaller lenses, such as the standard 'kit lens' 25-50mm and another prime or ultrawide. There's plenty of space for spare batteries, SD cards, lens cleaners, remotes as well as the two side netted pockets I personally use to carry a water bottle and a Manfrotto PIXI tripod which fits nicely.
The only issue that I've had is that the middle compartment, which has many pockets stitched onto a slot for either documents or a tablet, the stitching that separates some of the pockets has broken which has made them into larger pockets but this is probably from the heavy use.
This bag is so good that my partner bought one in red for herself and her father bought one in black for himself! From seeing the newer version, it is slightly different from when I bought mine with the biggest difference being that the zips are no longer metal, they're a kind of nylon rope which is an improvement as with mine, I find I need to keep the zips at the top of the bag otherwise it makes a 'jingling' sound as the zips hit each other while walking, which the newer version doesn't suffer from.
Overall, very pleased with this bag, it's made to a really high quality as you would expect from Lowepro and it's super compact, it doesn't feel bulky or overly heavy and it's comfortable to wear for long periods as I found while trekking in Austrailia's Blue Mountains. I am able to fit a Microsoft Surface Pro 4 in the tablet slot (at a push) as well as a pair of Sennheiser Momentum headphones, this bag really is a Tardis.
I have so many camera bags.
Some are too small. Some too big. Some are shoulder bags. Some are sling.
I keep looking for a compact bag that I can take with me for convenience. Just one camera body (Mirrorless, not a DSLR). Plus a couple of lenses. One speedlite. Accessories.
And here it is. This is the bag.
Lowepro Tahoe BP 150.
It is made of heavy cordura fabric and is really well padded. Despite the fact is not overly big, the backpack can host one large DSLR camera with a telephoto and additional 4 medium size lenses, charger, wires, flash and other smaller pieces of kit. has couple of external and internal pockets. 2 mesh pockets on the sides for water bottles or maps/ other small items. Inside is modular, so other configurations are possible. It will work well for a small / medium size photo kit. Does not have a tripod pouch/holder, but I either do not use a tripod or use a heavy Giotto that has a proper bag of it's own - so I do not mind.
I have a Nikon D3300 camera body with stock 18-55mm lens and a 70-300mm lens. Both fit well in the backpack.
I have left the inserts in as they were sent to me and this works fine with the 70-300mm lens attached to the camera. But with easy configuration the inserts could be moved around. They are sturdy and give good protection. I also carry a small compact camera in one of the insert slots and the chargers in the other slots.
There is an easy access pocket which I use for my iPad mini but it would take full size iPad or equivalent tablet. There is a smaller outer zipped pocket for smaller items such as pens, snacks or instruction books.
There is an internal zipped pocket for glasses, cables or SD card readers. There is also a small inner pocket to carry a spare SD card.
I used this to its full potential a couple of weeks ago when walking up and down mount Snowdon in Wales. I had this on for 7-8 hours and with no discomfort at all. There was enough room to squeeze in a light long sleeved top and rain coat. The 2 side mesh pockets came in useful for carrying 1 x 750ml sports bottle and a 500ml bottle of water. I was very impressed with its performance. Not too bulky and looks good as well. I have not tried it in the rain yet but can imagine it would stand up to a good shower.
It's a bit more expensive than some similar sized backpacks but you definitely get what you pay for. As I add more equipment and need a larger bag, I would not hesitate in buying Lowepro again.
Had to 'disassemble' the inner top pocket to get my D7200 with 70-200 fitted but other than that, the bag is a great size, stands up freely & doesn't weigh much. If you have lens hoods fitted it's a bit of a squeeze but they do fit.
Not used it much yet but it seems pretty comfy & being Lowepro should last a while hopefully. Several useful pockets etc for various bits & pieces you end up taking.
Doesn't appear to be anywhere to attach a tripod but this doesn't bother me too much, mine has its own bag & you could probably use one of the two bottle pouches.
It has useful zipped small areas to keep accessories. There is a separate compartment you put hour tablet, mine iPad Pro fits in it without any issues.
The main compartment with divisions is easily adjustable to suit the size of equipment.
The good thing is this bag is well padded all around, so can keep the expensive equipment safe with any bumps or minor accidents. The back is also well padded and straps on shoulders are padded and comfortable.
Nothing much to say more, overall it worked well for me, and will be my first choice if I have to recommend it to a friend.
The best thing is how compact this is. I went with black to try and keep it low-key but I wish I'd gone with the blue as that looks nicer I think. The handles and straps are well-padded and it is comfortable to carry all day. I haven't had to test how water resistant this is, but I would say it is just shower-proof rather than all out waterproof so a cover would have been a nice extra.