Reviews and Problems with Lowepro Photo Traveler 150
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Not Just for Digital
Tempting f/8, B&H Photo
1 week ago
Excerpt: This is a great bag for film shooters who like to travel light. I can easily carry a Rolleicord V and a Pentax MX w/ 50mm lens and hood attached, a light meter, some basic accessories and heaps of film in the main compartment.
Excerpt: I carry two Lumix GX1s in it. One has the 100-300 lens attached and the other the 14-140. Also am able to pack the 7-14, 2 viewfinders and extra batteries in it. Kind of surprised that the interior is so roomy given that the external appearance is small.
Excerpt: I was looking a small camera backpack for my upcoming trip and this bag did not disappoint. I have a Canon 60D with an 18-200 lens and hood. I did have to take out some of the dividers, which also left room for my point and shoot underwater camera and the other necessities, like the battery charger.
Excerpt: When I ordered this bag I didn't know how big or small it was going to be. But when I got it, I learned that it was quite small. Just what I wanted actually! If you have a lot of gear this may not be the bag for you, but if all you carry is one camera, a lens, a flash and a couple extra things...
Excerpt: This is the 3rd backpack I have purchased, finally one that gets the job done. I use this during my walking trips for Street/Candid/Hiking. It holds my camera with a zoom lens, flash, extra battery and lens cleaners.
If you are looking for compact and light weight, this is the one you want.