Lowepro Backpack DryZone 200

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Lowepro Backpack DryZone 200

Photo by: Robert J Carmody

I have been using the Lowepro Dryzone 200 for some time and thought I would share my experience and thoughts. I started doing a lot more Kayak Photography and knew I needed a bag to keep my stuff safe while on the water. I had a bag that was waterproof, could fit confirmed my 300 2.8, accessible and could fit in my kayak. After I did my homework, it was clear that the Lowepro DryZone 200 would do the trick.

Photo by: Robert J Carmody

The outer dimensions of the DryZone 200 are 14.6W x 11.4D x 19.1H inches. It fits nicely into the kayak and still fits confirmed my 300 2.8, as I wanted. When my son comes along and I have in the boat more space, I can only remove the outer shell and insert the smaller watertight compartment (Drypod) along. The Drypod has provided a patented waterproof TIZIP ™ zipper 100% waterproof protection. It also features heavy-duty, padded camera compartment inside which are fully customizable. The waterproof outer shell has a technical backpack harness, tuck-away tripod holder, self-draining mesh pockets, drain hole, rubber handle, and attachment loops for SlipLock ™ accessories.

Photo by: Robert J Carmody

Fully charged, I had my Canon MARK3, 2.8L Canon 300, Canon 70-200 2.8L, 2.8L and 24-70 Canon 580EX flash in Dryzone 200. That was on a recent trip to the Florida Keys and the not only has a smooth work, but was quite comfortable to wear, as well. The Drypod made for a perfect day bag on the water many times during that trip.

Photos By: Robert J Carmody

The Drypod itself no handles so has my Wilderness Systems Commander 140 I found it useful to add a nylon handle. This allows me to draw to me the Drypod my Bending Branches Classic Angler paddle very easily.

Photo by: Robert J Carmody

The Dryzone 200 is a great bag for an adventurous day on the water. I rest on the water knowing that my cameras, lenses, and equipment are already well protected whether they are in the full bag setup or the handy little Drypod. Even if I drop the bag overboard accidentally, the Dryzone 200 is designed to float and keep my stuff nice and dry.

Photo by: Robert J Carmody

The bag may be a bit large for some smaller canoes, but it is ideal for anyone on or around the water with a camera. It has given me opportunities to get pictures like teeth below.

Photo by Scott Jontes

Photo by Scott Jontes

Taking my camera gear on the water was unnerving before I grabbed the Dryzone 200. Now I focus my attention on capturing the beauty to me instead of worrying about stuff in the boat.

I would like to say that when I first got the DryZone 200, I have owned a Perception Pescador 12, a traditional sit-on type kayak. I have since moved to a Wilderness Systems Commander 140, a hybrid type of kayak that can be described as a cross between a kayak and a canoe. The Commander is a great photo platform that played into my decision to buy a roll.

I would also like to Robert J Carmody with the pictures helped me for this post. You can see more of his work in www.robertjc.com

Scott

Article source: kayakfishingblog.com

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