Reviews and Problems with Lowepro Photo Traveler 150
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Perfect Size for Mirrorless System
Valentino, B&H Photo
28 August 2015
Excerpt: I own several bags including a very nice Tamrac Rally 4 shoulder bag. But loading a shoulder bad can literally be a pain in the neck if I am out all day. This small backpack is the perfect size for hikes and long walks to carry everything I need for a mirrorless system.
Excerpt: I bought this backpack to take with me on vacation instead of bringing my huge camera bag with all my gear which is huge and this bag is small really small actually its big enough for a couple lenses and a couple bodies I bring my 35mm with a 50mm on it and my sony a7 with two or three lenses...
Excerpt: I use Fuji's X-series. I carry both an X-Pro1 & an X-E2 bodies. As for lenses, 27, 60macro, 18-55, & 55-230. It's tight, but they fit. Would be better with only one body, but I like a back-up at all times. Also one charger, 3 batteries, a pelican memory card carrier, and a hockey puck(don't ask).
Excerpt: Remember the old George Carlin routine where you take vacation to Hawaii with all your luggage, and then take "a smaller version of that luggage" to go visit another island? New York...planes and trains got me there, with my luggage and the big Lowepro pack.
Pros: Attractive Design, Durable, Easy to use, Fast Setup
Excerpt: My Nikon D750 with 24-120mm (similar to 24-70mm in size)will fit if I really struggle to reconfigure. That said, I probably wouldn't pack my setup without breaking it down for traveling. Generally, on hikes, my camera is always in front of me and my other lenses are in the backpack.
Excerpt: This is a great little camera bag. It has a surprising amount of space in it. I currently use it to carry a Canon 7D with a 28-135mm lens attached (which, I admit is a bit of a squeeze), a Canon XS and a 18-55mm lens in the main compartment, two battery chargers, some pencils, a small sketchbook,...