Lowepro has announced the FreeLine BP 350 AW, a new daypack designed for videographers, photographers and content creators.
Lowepro said the FreeLine BP 350 AW is the first in a collection of bags intended to organize and protect the tools that capture the vision of content creators wherever they go.
It features the QuickShelf Divider System, an interior divider system that unfolds into a three-tier shelf or folds flat. It includes pop-in lateral dividers that allow for a customizable array of gear sets including multiple mirrorless bodies and lenses; full-framed DSLR with mounted 70-200mm f2.8 lens and additional lenses and compact drones.
It is constructed of high-grade Nylon 66 exterior fabric with water and abrasion resistant Carbonite, YKK weather-proof zippers and All Weather AW Cover. It has dual side-access panels that allow for easy access to gear. It has CradleFit pocket suspends and protects up to a 15-inch laptop. An Integrated Gear Box offers customizable storage for cords, cables and batteries. An ActiveZone Back Panel provides excellent support and comfort.
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