Lowepro Photo Hatchback 22L AW

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Lowepro Photo Hatchback 16L Camera Backpack – Daypack Style Backpack For DSLR and Mirrorless Cameras: Camera & Photo

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A sleek, outdoor-inspired daypack offering multi-functional carrying options and secure gear access for beginner or casual photographers.

Customer Reviews

Absolutely Perfect Camera Bag

104 people found this helpful.
 on January 5, 2015
By Richard L Vail
I wanted a stylish backpack that had plenty of space for normal items, and a designated space for my camera, this bag is all that and more. The camera compartment is removable and a flap comes out in the event that you just need a regular backpack. Also the all weather rain fly is very easy to apply and put back away. If I could I would rate this 6 stars and I definitely recommend. Happy Shooting!

My perspective as a dad of a toddler

50 people found this helpful.
 on April 24, 2015
By YW
I have had a Lowepro sport 15L for a couple of years, and it has served me really well. I love everything about it until the birth of my son.

Each bag has its purpose, and this is exactly what I was looking for

35 people found this helpful.
 on December 14, 2012
By markdav801
I own two camera bags. This Lowepro and a Crumpler 8MDH.

All-In-One day pack!

35 people found this helpful.
 on December 24, 2012
By T_rell
So, what do I think of the Lowepro Hatchback 22L? I love it. I wasn’t sure if it was going to big enough for my D90 with 24-70mm and the grip attached. No worries, the camera fits great and there is room for my 50mm and 10-20mm, plus a little extra room and that’s just in the camera section.

Super Sweet Pack

20 people found this helpful.
 on December 7, 2012
By matthews0412
I bought this for travelling with my 60d, 17-40mm, and 100mm lenses and the space is highly customizable. Everything fits snug and I have room for 2 water bottles or one water bottle w/mini tripod plus my tablet and a jacket- nice deep pockets on the front. There is plenty of room left in the top for misc. snacks or whatever as well. One of my favorite features of this pack is that the waist belt is easily removable. I don’t particularly care for one on a pack this size so I was delighted that I didn’t have to cut it off as I’ve had to do with some packs in the past, plus I can quickly throw it on if the situation calls for it. I looked at these bags in the store and there doesn’t appear to be a lot of space difference between this bag and the 22L- the extra space is mostly in the upper portion of the pack. If my impression of this pack changes after my trip I’ll make sure to update this review, but as for right now I am thrilled with my purchase.

Well-designed and functional

22 people found this helpful.
 on September 23, 2012
By Lion_01
In my never-ending quest for the ultimate photo backpack, I recently came across this new Lowepro Hatchback. It attracted my attention with it’s combination of lightweight materials, sleek design and modest size (at least for the 16 liter model). I was looking for a small to medium-sized daypack with good ergonomics, and so I thought the Hatchback 16L would fit the bill nicely.

Smaller bag size is quite sufficient!

9 people found this helpful.
 on March 30, 2014
By SewHappyMomma
Without being able to touch and see different camera bags, I settled on this bag and couldn’t be more pleased. The Lowepro website gives great recommendations for bag style. I wanted something easy to bring along, and keep up with kids. If I were to be more actively involved in hiking, I would be looking at the sport version, or some of the other Lowepro bags that have a more padded waist belt.

Great Backpack

7 people found this helpful.
 on August 10, 2015
By Patrick
This backpack just arrived over the weekend and since most people, including myself, were concerned about how big it was I have a couple pictures to help you out. The backpack seems to be exactly the size I wanted, it holds my essential camera gear plus the main storage compartment has room for a change or clothes and a pair of flip flops or a lunch for two. One picture shows a 13″ macbook pro, one of the new-ish thinner ones fitting into the outside pocket. It does fit all the way into the pocket though it is a bit snug. It does the leave the computer pretty exposed though, if something were to hit the back of the backpack it would pretty much hit straight onto your computer. I would feel safer about keeping my computer in a backpack that was designed for one and had the computer sleeve against your back but this is do-able. The second picture is a D7000 with 18-105 lens, go-pro hero 3 with floaty backdoor. Extra cords and chargers for each. There isn’t any extra room but I bought this for going day hiking and cruising around town, not carrying photo equipment like a pack mule. The water bottle pockets on the side are plenty deep but not very wide, you could hold one of the tall Nalgene bottles in each but it would put a little bit of pressure on the contents inside. They would each hold a regular plastic disposable water bottle fine though. Hope this review and pictures help.

Versatile light Photo/Daypacker

26 people found this helpful.
 on November 6, 2012
By Tim Kimzey
It seems i’ve searched forever for the perfect bag.

Loaded everything but the kitchen sink!

5 people found this helpful.
 on December 20, 2015
By 1and0hound
I just came back from a photo trip in Yosemite and found my new Lowpro at my front door. After working out of a normal large Oakley Kitchen Sink backpack for two years, I was fed up not having an organized photography backpack. Look at the pictures for yourself. I was skeptical at first when I got this today, until I loaded it. Two Sony A7 bodies, three sony lenses ( 16-35, 55mm, 70-200) and one Rokinon 85mm. Also added, were all my ND’s, 4×6 filters and Lee Foundation kit, Manfrotto fluid video head, spare batteries, cleaning kit, rain cover, and 13″ macbook pro, IPad. I also take a strap and hook my Induro C214 tripod to the bottom of it. Now I feel like this Lowepro is carrying everything, but the kitchen sink! I will update this if it comes apart when I carry it around. Which wouldn’t surprise me from over loading it. I originally bought it because the Fstop backpack I was trying to order, has a three month waiting list. Now I don’t think I will need it and just use this.

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