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With its SlingShot line of side-entry SLR shoulder bags from a few years back, Lowepro showed the camera world a different approach to quickly getting at your gear while carrying it on your back. Taking this different way of thinking from single-shoulder bags to traditional, two-strap backpacks, Lowepro's new Flipside series moves the access point to the back of the bag - the part that rests against your back. While the look and feel are unconventional, some time with the Flipside suggests that there's a lot to be said for this unique approach to the traditional photo backpack.
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