Lowepro Compact Courier Series
Both shoulder bags feature Lowepro’s protective and thoughtful details, such as padded interiors with contrasting brushed tricot lining, a built-in memory card pocket on the outside flap, a built-in microfiber cleaning cloth to protect a lens and LCD screen from dust and smudges, an extra-wide dual-zippered opening for easy access to the main compartment, hook/loop fasteners on the flap;, an adjustable shoulder strap, a built-in belt loop, sturdy hardware; and durable water-resistant materials that protect from impact and moisture.
The Compact Courier 80, specifically designed to fit the Sony NEX series and similar cameras, offers a 2-bags-in-1 solution. It can be worn as a shoulder bag over the shoulder or across the body, or attached to a belt as a beltpack. The pouch will hold an outfitted compact system camera, plus an 18-55mm lens attached and extra pancake/16mm lens in the main compartment. For a more minimal option, remove the built-in Mini Quick Case and only carry the camera with the pancake/16mm lens attached. The Mini Quick Case includes a leash that tethers to a camera strap, securing the case to the camera while wearing and shooting—making it quick and easy to capture any moment.
The flexible Compact Courier 70 is the smallest carrying solution for these new styles of cameras. It’s designed to fit a Sony NEX, or similar model, with an 18-55mm lens attached. To carry a more expanded kit, attach the auxiliary lens pouch to the shoulder strap. It fits a pancake/16mm lens and is included with the bag.
The Compact Courier 80 and Compact Courier 70 are available in Black (with Red piping) and Grey (with Arctic Blue piping) both sizes are $39.99.
For more information on the Compact Courier series and other products, please contact Lowepro or visit www.lowepro.com.
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