SKU: GC88-LP37345-PWW

Lowepro TLZ Photo Active 45 AW blk gry

Get solid protection with the compact, fast-access Lowepro TLZ Photo Active 45 AW blk gry toploading camera bag. From a day hike to vacation travel, Photo Active keeps camera gear accessible and protected so you can capture and share your journey.

Fits a Sony Alpha 9 with attached 24-70mm f/4.
Wear two ways for maximum comfort: across body or via built-in belt loop. Keep accessories organised with interior zippered pocket and two external pockets for small items like memory cards & batteries. Included All Weather AW Cover‚Ñ¢ protects gear from rain and other elements.

FITS

Mirrorless or DSLR with attached lens (such as Canon Rebel T5I with 18-135mm f/3-5.6, OR Sony A7II with 24-70mm attached)
Mirrorless or DSLR with attached lens (such as Canon Rebel T5I with 18-135mm f/3-5.6, OR Sony A7II with 24-70mm attached)
Spare batteries and memory

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Get solid protection with the compact, fast-access Lowepro TLZ Photo Active 45 AW blk gry toploading camera bag. From a day hike to vacation travel, Photo Active keeps camera gear accessible and protected so you can capture and share your journey.

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