Upper Saddle River, NJ—Lowepro launched the FreeLine BP 350 AW daypack for content creators, photographers as well as videographers. The FreeLine BP 350 AW is the first in a collection of photo bags intended to organize and protect the tools that capture the vision of content creators.
The photo pack employs Lowepro’s QuickShelf divider system. The interior divider system unfolds into a three-tier shelf and folds flat to remove it. Moreover, with the divider removed, the pack features an open interior space with pop-in lateral, customizable dividers.
In addition, the pack will protect various gear sets. These included multiple mirrorless camera bodies and lenses; a full-frame DSLR with a mounted 70–200mm f/2.8 lens and additional lenses; and compact drones, for example.
The backpack is constructed of a high-grade nylon 66 exterior fabric with water- and abrasion-resistant Carbonite. It also employs YKK weatherproof zippers and Lowepro’s all-weather AW cover for protection from everyday use and the elements.
Additional FreeLine BP 350 AW Features
Other features also include: dual side-access panels for access; Lowepro’s CradleFit pocket that protects up to a 15-inch laptop; an integrated gear box to customize storage for cords, cables, batteries; and the company’s ActiveZone back panel for support and comfort.
“The professional landscape is shifting with the rise of the independent content creator,” said Tim Grimmer, senior director of Product for Lowepro.
“In collaboration with our partner brand JOBY, owner of the world-famous GorillaPod, we delved deeply into the world of today’s content creators, vloggers, YouTubers and also storytellers. We learned more about how their gear kits and shooting locations frequently change as they produce content every day.
“We’re excited to offer FreeLine, a premium daypack that pairs our company’s signature protection with the adaptability content creators crave.”
Available now, Lowepro’s FreeLine BP 350 AW photo backpack has a suggested retail price of $259.95.