When I am looking for a general purpose camera bag one there is one specific feature I want, and if the camera bag I am looking at doesn’t have this feature I have no want, need or desire for it. When I am out and about with my camera I want to make sure all my photography equipment is protected at all times, therefore one of the most important (if not the most important) features is the ability to keep out water, i.e. be water proof.
If there’s one thing that will damage photography quickly its water therefore I want to make sure my expensive photography equipment remains dry at all times therefore a waterproof camera bag is essential. Showerproof, splash proof and water resistant is not enough – a bag has to be waterproof.
I have used Lowepro camera bags for several years now and I have always been more than happy with them. I have always found Lowepro bags to be tough, durable and one hindered per cent waterproof so when I was looking for a bum bag (fanny pack) style camera bag the Lowepro Inverse 200 AW bag seemed a camera bag worth considering. Long story short I bought the Lowepro Inverse 200 AW camera bag.
Before using the Lowepro Inverse 200 AW I needed to make sure it was totally waterproof so I devised my own test, a test I like to call “Operation soaking”.
So is the Lowepro Inverse 200 AW camera bag fully waterproof? Will the Lowepro Inverse 200 AW make sure your photography equipment remains nice and dry? Check out the following clip and see for yourself.
The Lowepro Inverse 200 AW camea bag is an excellent bit of kit and, after performing the test I am more than happy my photography equipment will be well protected when in the bag.
The Lowepro Inverse 200 AW camera bag is available from Adorama, Amazon (US), Amazon (UK) and eBay
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