Lowepro Lens Trekker 600 AW, Pro Long Lens Backpack, Black.

Lowepro

About Lowepro

If you carry a big lens or a large professional video camera in the backcountry, this is the backpack for you. Lens Trekker 600 AW is the safe way to stow your big lens (up to 600mm) with a camera body attached and a tripod (in the Trekker Tripod Mount).

Updated, it's better than ever, with a fully adjustable, built-in backpack harness that includes a padded back pad with lumbar support, Lowepro's comfy padded CollarCut straps and a padded waistbelt. Attachment loops on the shoulder straps take optional SlipLock add-ons. Comes with an All Weather Cover, lens stabilizer and lens collar.

Summary of Customer Reviews

(3)
Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Pros:
Strong construction (3)
Best Uses:
Protecting gear (3),Transporting gear (3)

Lowepro Features

  • Holds 300/2.8 lens w/hood in place & body attached
  • Holds a 400/2.8 lens a 500/4 lens or 600mm lens with body attached
  • Holds a Large Professional Video Camera with Lens
  • And Carry your Tripod (in the Trekker Tripod Mount) with it

Lowepro Specifications

External Dimensions
11W x 12.5D x 22H in. (28 x 32 x 56 cm)
Internal Dimensions
8.5W x 8.5D x 20.5H in. (21.5 x 21.5 x 52 cm)
Weight
4.4 lb (2 kg)
Material
Water-resistant 600D TXP ripstop and 2000D ballistic nylon
Capacity
(A) Large Pro SLR with lenses from 300mm f/2.8 to 600mm f/4 (attached) or up to 800mm (without body attached), plus lens hood and tripod collar.
OR (B) Pro SLR with 2 shorter lenses and accessories.
OR (C) Pro video camera like Canon® XL1
Colors Available
Black

Reviews about this item

Reviewed by 3 customers

 
4.0

Almost perfect - worth buying

By

from Michigan  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

I like the size of this bag - it holds my Canon DSLR with 500mm f/4 lens and 2x converter attached. The Tripod holder is good for the foot end of my pro tripod. However, the bungees were not substantial enough for the top end with a Wimberley gimbal head attached. I went to a camping supply house and bought some nylon webbing that will secure things better.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Know what you want before you buy

By

from Southfield, Mi.  -  Professional

Found it somewhat cumbersom. Not enough valcro attached to the inside to configure the compartments to my storeage needs. Once the straps are adjusted, it is comfortable to wear and walk around with. Is easy to attach a tripod to it. If your looking for a workhorse for a hiking trip, it fits the bill. If your looking for a all purpose camera gear bag that's easy to configure for quick access, look further.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Lowepro Lens Trekker 600 AW - review

By

from Sarasota Florida

I also had the previous model that had no 'harness' for back back. I liked it better as I never use it as a backpack and the harness adds weight/cost and gets in the way. A great AW bag but should be available without harness or be able to detach the harness if not wanted. I have a 600 f4 and it is heavy enough anyway. I use a cart with wheels to carry it around.

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