Lowepro Edit 110 Shoulder Bag

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More compact, these Edit bags boast the same features found in the larger models. Designed for digital cameras, they include lots of accessory pockets, a soft, lining, padded interior and adjustable divider for superb protection.


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Product Title: Lowepro Edit 110 Shoulder Bag

Manufacturer: Lowepro

Lowest Price: $19.99 from Adorama

Power Score: 4.0 | 3 Reviews


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Great bag

Strengths: nice quality

Weakness: none

I bought this Lowepro camera bag for my Canon HF100 and it is a good fit. The bag is not too big and it can hold my camcorder/digital camera and other accessories such as memory cards, batteries and chargers. This is a great item for travel and the quality is very good.

By wsn97 - Oct 24, 2008

Small and compact

Strengths: Lowepro quality, compact, protects equipment well

Weakness: Not much room for accessories

I just bought a Canon Vixia HV30 camcorder and ordered this bag online based on the compatibility chart from the Lowepro website. The camcorder fits very snugly in the bag. The workmanship of bag is good, although the nylon feels a bit cheaper than the other Lowepro camera bags I own (case for point-and-shoot digicam and hip pack for SLR camera). Nevertheless, the bag protects the camcorder...
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By liman - Mar 28, 2008

Nice bag if you don't mind the velcro sound

Strengths: The LowePro Edit 110 is a modestly priced bag, but still is made of durable material instead of thin nylon. Two adjust dividers exist to customize the fit on the inside.

Weakness: I wish that the main pocket was a bit deeper. When you open the bag it makes that velcro sound, which is a big negative if you are trying to sneak up on wildlife or others.

I wish that the main pocket was a bit deeper. When a superzoom camera, such as the Panasonic FZ18, is placed in the bag with the lens hood on, the grip portion of the camera extends above the sides of the bag. The top can still be closed, but is does very slight bulge the top. The front pocket has a mesh net to hold smaller items in place. The top flap closes with a zipper around the top rim and...
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By bbq_bob - Sep 19, 2007

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