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Lowepro Micro Trekker 200

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Overall 8
8.0

User Review

void7910, pentaxforums.com
16 January 2011
  • Excerpt: Just picked this up today after outgrowing my little Roots DV30 camera bag (body + 2 lenses). While the official specs say "3 additional" lenses you can easily fit a lot more, especially if you have several primes, by stacking 2 lenses in a compartment. So far it seems quite sturdy and well padded.
  • Pros: size; not too big but holds a lot, well built
  • Cons: area for DSLR body a little too big for the Kx, price new
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Lowepro Micro Trekker 200 review by aharen32

aharen32, slrgear.com
13 July 2010
  • Summary: This is a great little bag for plane travel and day hikes. Have taken mine all from US to Europe to Asia and the Caribbean. Fits my D300, SB-600, 16-85mm, 70-300mm and 50mm. Does very well in light weather without waterproofing, anything heavier it is small enough to fit under my rain jacket. Great for plane travel because you can stuff a ton into it, chargers, cables, netbook, magazine, snacks, mp3. You would be suprised how "big" this backpack is.
  • Pros: Small, Efficient, Lightweight, Maneuverable
  • Cons: Feels "small" on your back
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Overall 8
8.0
Value for money 10
10
Features 8
8.0
Ease of use 8
8.0
Picture quality 10
10

Bulky Backpack

Overstock
21 January 2010
  • Summary: While this backpack provides a great amount of space for my camera, lenses and accessories, it is a bit bulky and heavy for me. I had hoped to use it for travel but I don't think I want to carry it long distances. I will definitely use it to store my equipment and for photo ops closer to home but I won't be carrying it through airports.
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Lowepro Micro Trekker 200 review by ckhorne

ckhorne, slrgear.com
14 January 2007
  • Summary: I picked up this bag for short day hikes to carry my XTi and 2-3 lenses. I purposely wanted a smaller bag so I wouldn't be forced to load up a larger pack with unessential gear; this bag is a perfect fit for that criteria. It's a little small on my back, but I'm 5' 9", and I didn't have to adjust it too much. You can't get two bodies w/lenses in it comfortably, but two bodies and only one with a lens attached does fit well.
  • Pros: Small, lightweight, yet still versatile
  • Cons: I picked up this bag for short day hikes to carry my XTi and 2-3 lenses. I purposely wanted a smaller bag so I wouldn't be forced to load up a larger pack with unessential gear; this bag is a perfect fit for that criteria.
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Lowepro Micro Trekker 200 review by aryko

aryko, slrgear.com
26 December 2006
  • Summary: Lowepro has always excelled in the modularity of their systems, and the Microtrekker is no exception. The entire compartment of this daypack (and most of their packs, for that matter) can be removed and reconfigured with their velcro attachments. Accordingly, you can easily fit a camera body and several lenses and flashes. There are also several exterior pockets for smaller items.
  • Pros: Excellent size and weight
  • Cons: Easily outgrown by growing lens collections
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Lowepro Micro Trekker 200 review by ronen_we

ronen_we, slrgear.com
15 November 2006
  • Summary: This is a really small back pack, but you can really cram your equipment into it, it will swaller up a large SLR body with a 80-200/2.8 and still leave room for a flash ~3 more lenses. stiched togther very well, thick material offers some rain protection (keep your equipment safe through a shot light shower, though don;t build on it if its raining cats and dogs outside).
  • Pros: extremly spacious for size
  • Cons: weight not spread evenly over back
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