Lowepro Micro Trekker 100 Camera Bag

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Product Title: Lowepro Micro Trekker 100 Camera Bag

Manufacturer: Lowepro

Power Score: 4.6 | 10 Reviews


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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

good bag

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

excellent bag

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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By neilsenyu - Jan 24, 2007

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