Video Preview: Lowepro Event Messenger 250

The Lowepro Event Messenger 250 is the biggest bag of Lowepro’s Event Messenger series. Like its smaller sibling, the Event Messenger 150, it’s built to be robust, versatile and comfortable to carry. In this video, I give you a quick first look at the bag and will show you what it looks like, how much space it has, and assess whether it will hold my travel kit for my upcoming NYC trip.

You will get my full review of the bag once I’m back from my trip. In the meanwhile, here are the Event Messenger 250’s specifications (copy-and-pasted from B&H’s product description).

Lowepro Event Messenger 250 Specifications (from B&H)

The Lowepro Event Messenger 250 is a lightweight yet durable messenger-style bag that holds a DSLR or mirrorless system camera with a lens, a laptop, and accessories. The bag features an easily accessible main compartment, adjustable dividers, a front flap, as well as an additional zippered closure for the main compartment.

  • Modern messenger-style bag offers grab-and-go access to your complete camera kit, plus extras
  • Wide access to main compartment
  • Dedicated padded pocket for laptop with up to a 13.0″ screen
  • Padded divider system
  • Dual-Mode Flap design can switch from maximum security mode to quiet working mode
Carrying/Transport Options  Shoulder strap, grab handle
Type of Closure  Flap, touch fasteners, zipper, clip
External Pockets  Back slash pocket, 2 stretch side pockets
Internal Pockets  Padded tablet compartment, adjustable padded dividers
Color  Mica
Dimensions (WxDxH)  Camera Compartment: 11.6 x 3.9 x 8.6″ (29.5 x 10.0 x 21.8 cm)
Exterior: 13.5 x 6.2 x 10.5″ (34.3 x 15.8 x 26.6 cm)

Purchase the Lowepro Event Messenger 250 bag from B&H Photo

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