Product Reviews (10)
Lowepro Micro Trekker 100
Strengths: This is a well made camera bag. It is very practical for DSLR cameras, if you don't carry alot of extra equipment with it.
Weakness: None, if you don't carry a lot of equipment
I bought this bag for my Nikon D50 D-SLR. It is a great bag. There is room for the camera body with the Tamron 28-200 Zoom lens attached, plus room for a couple other lenses, an external flash, extra memory cards, and filters. This bag has a good manufacturer's warranty. I highly recommend it if you don't carry a lot of extra equipment with you.
By gto64tdsnet - Apr 27, 2007
Lowepro Trekker 100 Camera Bag
Strengths: A very nice compact backpack, light weight, large outer pocket, adjustable harness and good price.
Weakness: No room for a tripod.
I have put the following items in my Trekker 100:
1. Canon xti body
2. Canon 18-55 EF-S lens
3. Canon 50mm f/1.8 lens
There is still pelty room for one more lens and a flash. There are also small pockets for memory cards and batteries.
I like the good cushion with enough padding. The quality of Lowepro is always reliable.
By CSH2007 - Mar 19, 2007
Strengths: size, color
Weakness: a little bit heavy
The most compact Trekker backpack has a large front organizer pocket, customizable interior, weather flap, laminated mesh pockets, a removable waist belt and SlipLock attachment loops to expand your carrying capacity.
By kerbaby - Mar 19, 2007
Strengths: compact size yet roomy
Weakness: none so far
Perfect size for hiking or biking with camera equipment. It holds everything you need 1 body 3 lenses and flash but is still tiny in size. Excellent protection for your equipment. I highly recommend this product!
By bigh2odog - Jan 30, 2007
Micro Trekker 100 Camera Backpack
Strengths: Good price, fairly light, very neat and organized storage space, plenty of straps to ensure it won't fall off!
Weakness: Almost too small
My setup currently includes: - Canon Rebel XT - Canon 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 "kit lens" - Canon 50mm f/1.4 - Canon 70-200mm f/4.0L - Tamron 28-75mm f/2.8 Arriving soon: - Canon 380EX - Canon 80-200mm f/2.8L Right now, everything fits snugly with two of the smaller pouches holding my polarizing and UV filters. It looks like the flash will fit fine, but I don't know if this bag can carry two long...
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My setup currently includes:
- Canon Rebel XT
- Canon 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 "kit lens"
- Canon 50mm f/1.4
- Canon 70-200mm f/4.0L
- Tamron 28-75mm f/2.8
- Canon 380EX
- Canon 80-200mm f/2.8L
Right now, everything fits snugly with two of the smaller pouches holding my polarizing and UV filters. It looks like the flash will fit fine, but I don't know if this bag can carry two long telezooms at the same time. The center column perfectly holds the 70-200mm mounted on my Rebel XT with maybe 3/4" space for a longer lens.
The straps are very comfortable and the extra clips that go around your waist and chest seem very handy for securing the bag to you. The bag itself is smaller than I'd expected, looking somewhat like a child's backpack, though storage space is totally fine. If I get any more equipment, I will definitely need a larger bag. I have no experience with other camera bags of the same size so I can't really compare. As it is though, this bag serves my needs/purposes very well!
By neilsenyu - Jan 24, 2007