Review: Lowepro Dashpoint AVC 2
The Lowepro Dashpoint AVC 2 is a great and compact storage system for your GoPro and all of your mounts. When you first get into recording with a GoPro camera, you may not see much of a need for one of these cases, but as you get more into the act of recording, you quickly accumulate more mounts and gadgets than you can keep up with. Before I came across this storage system, I used to store all of my GoPro equipment on my dresser, and that’s just asking for it to get lost or broken. Now, everything is in one convenient carrying case.
Design and Aesthetics ★★★★
The design of the Dashpoint is very simple. This simplicity makes it easy to overlook the great features inside of the hard composite-shell. When you open it up, you find a open area with dividers large enough to store two GoPro cameras and a few accessories. Then, you open the hidden door on the other side and find a removable panel with twelve spaces for all of your GoPro storage needs. On top of all of these great features, the outer shell of the case makes the Dashpoint stackable, so if you run out of room, you can get another one and stack them all the way to the ceiling. The only down side is that it sure is heavy for being made with a “lightweight composite.”
This case is not a one time use deal, it is built to last. The Dashpoint AVC 2 is perfect for storing your GoPro and accessories if you’re the kind of person to constantly worry about your camera getting broken. The composite material that the shell is made out of is very strong and will keep it solid and secure.
The low price of fifty bucks is a small price to pay to protect a thousand dollars in camera equipment. The Dashpoint may not be the prettiest camera bag out there but it will get the job done no questions asked.
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