Reviews and Problems with Lowepro Pro Trekker 400 AW
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Good Backpack bad zipper.
Jivan, B&H Photo
14 October 2012
Excerpt: I use this bag to carry my Nikon D300s, 4 lenses, filters, cords, remote release, and sometimes laptop and RRS tripod. The bag has good partitions, padding and the materials are good. The exterior main zip is so hard to close I am afraid that it will break soon, and the bag will be useless.
Pros: Adjustable Harness, Comfortable, Roomy, Strong Construction
Excerpt: If all you want this bag for is camera gear, I say this would be an okay bag. If you want it to carry a laptop, I would say look for another bag. This bag has way too many straps, and my biggest complaint and reason I returned it, is due to the laptop compartment. I've got a 15" Macbook Pro, and it's too tight. The laptop sleeve fits super tight, and if you want the sleeve to fit in the backpack area for the laptop, I hope you enjoy using force.
Excerpt: I ordered this backpack based n my experience with the previous generation of LowePro Pro trekker backpacks. This second-from-the-top seems to have a smaller interior than the older models. In any case, it was definitely not large enough to contain my 4x5 equipment (Toyo field camera, 4 lenses with lens boards, lens shade, backs, film, filters, etc.).
Pros: Adjustable Harness, Comfortable, Strong Construction
Excerpt: The build quality is excellent, plenty of storage, excellent configuration. Unfortunately, my hp 15 inch laptop does not fit in the laptop compartment, although it should, based on the product description.