Excerpt: I bought this backpack for my 500+tele combo so I could get the camera out faster with out having to attach the camera after removing the lens as it was with my old bag.
The camera fits great with the lens and teleconverter attached to it, but if it was only a little bit bigger, I could have the...
Excerpt: This is an amazing backpack, its massive but very comfortable. I've used some larger backpacking backpacks in the past, and this bag has the same adjustments as well as comforts as those backpacks. I was also able to fit my 800mm sigma with a 1.4x telephoto and a 1DX!
Excerpt: This pack is very very comfortable to carry big glass. I have a Nikon 800mm f/5.6E AF-S FL ED VR Lens. Itâ€™s attached to my D3 with 3â€ to spare in space from the top. I can attach the Teleconverter as well, but if I have it on, then there is very little room to spare at the top.
Excerpt: You need this backpack if you own big glass, it seems like Lowepro must have asked ....So what would you like in a backpack for biggest lens ? They nailed it. Its designed very nicely, well made, well thought out and comfortable to tote whether on your back or in your hand.
Excerpt: The Lowepro Lens Trekker 600 AW III is a newly designed bag from a long series of excellently made long lens bags from Lowepro. The Trekker 600 is a huge, well designed backpack style bag, designed for the biggest of big lenses.
Summary: I bought a Nikon AF-S 600mm f4D recently and needed to transport it more easily. The size and weight are considerable. For me this Lens Trekker and lens is not a combination that can be used for exploring walks (too heavy) but if you know what you need and go the shortest route, this is the way you...
Pros: AF-S 600mm f4D fits with hoods reversed, sturdy, light for the protection it offers, sliplock additions
Excerpt: I use this backpack with my Canon EF 500mm, with the 1.4x extender attached. Before I owned this bag, I would carry the lens in a smaller backpack with the camera body and the tripod in two other bags (3 in total). Needless to stay, it was an awkward and frustrating arrangement.