Reviews and Problems with Lowepro Photo Traveler 150
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Small but Perfect
25 October 2014
Excerpt: it is a value for money product. Superb in affordable price and capable of taking one DSLR with 18-55 mm, 55 - 250 mm, 50 mm with other minimum accessories. here is one unboxing video i found - youtube.com/watch?
Excerpt: I have another back pack that is about 4 times as big that holds nearly all my gear. This one is great for one day hikes with a limited amount of accessories. Hiking could be in the wild for some landscape photos, or the Texas State Fair for people photos. Most of the time I do not realize that it is hanging on my back.
Excerpt: As a camera bag, it makes a great lunchbox. It's sturdy and the padding is dense and think. The main issue that I personally had was that, try as I might, I could NOT get the dividers into a configuration that worked for my specific gear. I wanted to include my DSLR with lens and hood attached, plus a full-sized flash, plus either my detachable battery grip, or at least some spare batteries and charger.
Excerpt: I like that it's small. The main compartment quickly gets full when a medium to large zoom lens is kept attached to the camera body. Basically it will hold a DSLR plus two long lenses and a small lens, or a bunch of small lenses. Flash and accessories fit into other pockets which are flat and wide. Overall it's very neat. Good quality. Seems durable and has very good padding, dividers and straps.
Excerpt: This would work well for someone with a smaller DSLR and two lenses. I purchased it for a D7100 with a 16-85 and an additional 70-300 FX VR lens. The lens is a little larger so the bag didn't work for me. If you are interested in this bag, place what you want to carry on a 8 X 10 piece of paper which is close to the interior dimensions. [Note; If you watch the LowePro demo be aware the person carrying the bag is a VERY tiny human.
Excerpt: This was an impulse buy. I was looking for some foam inserts to build a custom holder for my backpack. This one turned out to be not that much more expensive than the inserts, and was actually small enough to fit inside my daypack anyways. It's just the right size for a day shoot. It carries my flash, macro flash, 4 medium lenses and 1 small lens, plus a number of filters, batteries, and my battery grip with room to spare.
Pros: cheap, Highly Customizable, Many Pockets And Pouches, Small, Surprisingly Roomy
Excerpt: This bag is very compact and lightweight (0.6kg). I like that, because I don't want a bag to add too much extra weight (I love the Crumpler Light Delight series) and I don't like walking around and bumping in to everything with a huge bag on my back. The handles fold up nicely and the rectangular shape of this bag make it easy to stow it away in a small space (like an airplane baggage compartment) or underneath a chair.