A Look Inside
Before we get inside the bag looking at the top of the bag you have 2 more pockets where you can put some accessories. Once again these pockets are quick access pockets for things you might need when you are shooting. If you take a look at the zipper pulls they are the newer sturdy ones Lowepro has started using. They make opening compartments very easy, and of course you know all of these zippers are heavy-duty YKK splashguard zippers.
Now to actually get into the main compartment of the bag you need to unclip the top part of the bag and slide it back. This can be done by unclipping 2 clips on the front of the bag. If you do not want to use the top part of the bag and you think it is just in the way you can completely remove it. When you open the main compartment you will see how much room is inside! You could probably fit 2 DSLR’s and 4-5 lenses plus a ton of accessories.
There is a small accessory pouch inside that can hold an ID card as well as more. On the other side of the bag you have 3 pockets that can fit small, thin items. There are also 4 more memory card holders.
If you close the bag back up and look at the front of it there is also a spot for your notebook to go. There is a removable notebook sleeve that can fit 15.4-inch notebooks. The sleeve is nicely made and checkpoint friendly.
One more thing about this bag is that it is an AW bag. Any Lowepro bag that has an AW in it means it comes with an all-weather cover. The all-weather cover is housed in the bottom of the bag and easily comes out and you can have this bag covered in around a minute!