Reviews and Problems with Lowepro Lens Trekker 600 AW II
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3 December 2013
Excerpt: This product is used to transport a Nikon 400mm F2.8 lens with a TC 14e and Nikon D3 attached. During hikes, events, and general photography outings the case holds the equipment securely, and the straps and hip support distribute weight effectively. I have not had the bag long enough to verify durability.
Excerpt: This product is perfect for a super telepoto lens with or without a camera body and/or a teleconverter attached. Front accessability allows for proper (safer) removal of the lens/body which some other carriers do not have. It holds a pro body, teleconverter, and 600mm lens with no problem, just making it with a TC-20eIII attached. It works well when shooting in a dusty or windy environment and you want to avoid attaching a camera body under such conditions.
Pros: Adjustable Harness, Easily Accessible Equipment, Strong Construction, Well Padded
Excerpt: I shoot wildlife in the very dusty and usually windy Nevada high desert, so I need protection. I want to keep the camera attached to the supertelephoto lens while in the field, and this has the room. I also need to be able to get the equipment out quickly and shoot at any moment.
Excerpt: Purchased this very large bag/backpack for an older Canon EF 400mm f/2.8L with AquaTech after market lens hood. It works, however, the fit is tight (top to bottom). Otherwise, the bag seems just about perfect. It does not have compartments for storage of any other lenses or large gear. I am able to couple other small lens bags or tripod/monopods to the sides.
Pros: Easily Interchangeable, Lightweight, Strong Construction
Summary: Having used the 600Aw11 now for several trips out I would recommend this bag, really takes the weight of my 600mm & camera, and sits nice on one's back.It's not bulky or cumbersome and there is enough space in the pockets for what I wish to take along on a shoot.It did seem a bit fiddly at first to get the camera and lens into the bag, but after a couple of attempts one gets the hang of it, and the bag holds my gear very nicely.I have rated the bag 5 stars for...