Reviews and Problems with Lowepro Photo Traveler 150
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30 December 2013
Summary: Was a Christmas present for daughter - who has her own special event photo taking company. She like's the way the interior of case is able to configure for different types of things. Also the overall size of case & multiple ways of carrying it.
Summary: It seems like a good backpack but it's smaller than I originally thought. When it arrived it looks like a preschoolers backpack. It's about half the size of a normal backpack but has straps long enough to fit an adult. Everything fits fine so it's ok. Just wasn't what I was expecting but I would still recommend.
Summary: "This lightweight,well padded camera back pack has just the right amount of room for 2 extra lenses (one 100-300) and a small point and shoot camera in addition to my camera body with an 18-135 lense attached. The large flat pocket which might be used for an Ipad can be used for notes and manuals. This is a compact bag. There is an interior secure area for personal items as well as a compartment on the exterior for an extra lense cover and filter.
Summary: This is good for a small full kit ( man or woman). Full body and short lens, long lens and flash, IPAD, cables, batteries, cards, and maybe another mid size lens. The insides are adjustable, and have good padding. The straps are long so a giant could adjust and find a fit. No convenience entry points, so you have to take the pack off to use. The price is right and it makes a great storage unit.
Summary: First of all, I'd like to comment on the quality... It's very well made, extremely durable, your cameras/ lenses feel safe. Secondly, It's a compact bag but can easily fit 2 bodies and 3-4 lenses. I carry around my Nikon J1 and Eos 750 and 3 lenses and still have room. You can also fit a tablet, my 9inch tab fits snug but could easily fit a full size ipad... This is the best most comfortable bag i've used ever and is well worth $50.