3 thoughts on “Lowepro Edit 110 Camcorder and Camera Bag

  1. slvbeard
    47 of 49 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great bag for larger Digital Cameras, February 25, 2005
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    slvbeard (Maryland) –

    This review is from: Lowepro Edit 110 Camcorder and Camera Bag (Electronics)
    Excellent bag for many of the larger zoom cameras. The main compartment features a moveable divider for putting your camera on one side, and your charger on the other. It’s got pockets on either side for putting your camera card, card reader, lens cloth, extra battery, or whatever else. It’s got a pocket in the lid, and a pocket on the front under the flap. The material is high quality, fairly waterproof, and has a cushioned handle on top of the bag. Highly recommended.

    Update, I have had this bag for 7 years now, have had a Canon PowerShot S1 10x Zoom, a Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ3 12x Zoom, and now my Sony DSC-H50 15x Zoom digital camera in the bag. Still doing the job, as good as the day I bought it.

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  2. Nereus
    30 of 30 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    perfect for Canon SX10IS, February 3, 2009
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    Nereus (Brooklyn, New York) –

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    I was looking for a compact camera bag for my new Canon SX10IS – it seemed most were excessively bulky and purpose-built for larger full-sized DSLRs, or there was the leather one made specifically for the SX10IS by Canon, but it doesn’t have a strap or any pockets for spare batteries / memory card.

    This well padded Lowepro Edit 110 camcorder bag however is ideal. It’s a very snug fit for the SX10IS, but the additional pockets provide space for a spare set of batteries, mem card, and even the cord for d/loading pics to a PC or printer. I can’t see ever attaching it to my belt with the provided belt loop, but the shoulder strap is comfortable and the bag compact enough to not hamper movement.

    The bag is very well made, extremely well-padded, water resistant, and can be closed with either a zip, or just by using the velcro fastener alone if you are wanting quick access. At just under $20 when I purchased it, this is an awesome deal.

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  3. nyc
    21 of 22 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Spacious, Versatile and Easy Access Bag, January 13, 2008
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    nyc

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    Lowepro is famous for professional camera bags, but this bag proves it. The Lowepro Edit 110 is so spacious that you can probably fit just about any camera. The bag was meant for the latest models of small video cameras, but I’m using it for my Kodak EasyShare Z650 camera. It’s one of those still digital cameras that has a reasonably big lens. I needed a bag that’s not too big with wasted space, but not one that is too small to fit the camera and other accessories like cables and SD cards in it.

    The main compartment has a foam divider that can be moved and velcroed to what ever size you want the items inside to be divided. I placed my camera on one side and an extra small lens on the other. The cover of the bag, on the inside, has a little zippered mesh compartment where I placed a couple of cables. On either side of the bag, on the outside, there is a velcro ear-flap compartment where you can store extra SD cards. The front of the bag, hidden behind the cover flap, is a zippered meshed compartment (really flat) where you can keep IDs or something flat in it. My camera came with a flat docking insert, so I put that in there.

    What I like most about the camera bag is that you can zip the main compartment up or velcro it shut. This option makes the bag very convenient. If I know I’m going to take the camera in and out of the bag often, I just velcro it, and I have easy access. This allows me to take the camera out quickly for a picture that I would otherwise miss if I fumble around to get the camera out. If I plan on not using the bag much, and I want to secure the camera, then I can zip it up, especially to protect it from the rain.

    The bag comes with a carrying handle on top and a strap for your shoulder. If neither of them is enough for you, you can also carry it on your waist belt because it has a velcro strap on the back of the bag that allows your belt to slide through it.

    The Lowepro Edit 110 is very well designed. I recommend it for any one who has a slightly bulky digital camera or a compact video camera. The main compartment has an interior full size of 4″ in height x 3″ in width x 6″ in length. Hope you’ll enjoy the bag.

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