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Lowepro Lens Trekker 600 AW III Backpack (Black)

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Lowepro Lens Trekker 600 AW III Backpack (Black)
Key Features
  • Holds Pro DSLR, 600mm f/4 Lens Attached
  • Fits Unattached 800mm Instead of 600mm
  • Accommodates Tripod
  • Shock-Absorbing Foam Interior
Carry and protect your pro DSLR and attached 600mm f/4 or unattached 800mm lens with this black Lens Trekker 600 AW III Backpack from Lowepro. The bag has room to accommodate the lens hood, and also fits a tripod. It features a shock-absorbing foam interior with padded dividers and a lens collar, as well as a durable 630D Oxford nylon exterior.
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Lowepro Lens Trekker 600 III Overview

Carry and protect your pro DSLR and attached 600mm f/4 or unattached 800mm lens with this black Lens Trekker 600 AW III Backpack from Lowepro. The bag has room to accommodate the lens hood, and also fits a tripod. It features a shock-absorbing foam interior with padded dividers and a lens collar, as well as a durable 630D Oxford nylon exterior.

A built-in, weather-resistant cover and 1000D Cordura base protect your gear from the elements. Adjustable ergonomic shoulder straps and a removable padded waist belt make for comfortable carrying.

Holds pro DSLR and attached 600mm f/4 or unattached 800mm lens with hood. Also fits a tripod attached to either side.
Features a shock-absorbing foam interior with padded, adjustable MaxFit System dividers and a lens collar.
Main compartment accessible via large zippered flap that opens and drops down to allow you to grab or rearrange your gear quickly. Includes 2 memory card pockets on the inside lid.
Roomy front accessory pocket.
Durable 630D Oxford nylon exterior.
A built-in, weather-resistant cover and 1000D Cordura base protect your gear from the elements.
Adjustable ergonomic shoulder straps and a removable padded waist belt make for comfortable carrying. The contoured ActivLift System torso harness, built for load-lifting support, is adjustable and has breathable mesh for comfort. It allows you to transfer more weight from waist to hips via metal wire frame.
Sturdy Duraflex D-rings and SlipLock loops enable accessory attachment, expanding your carrying capacity.
Cinch straps to secure a jacket, tool, or personal gear.
UPC: 056035367762

Lowepro Lens Trekker 600 III Specs

Carrying/Transport OptionsBackpack Straps, Waist Belt
Case TypePadded Case
Type of ClosureZipper
Exterior MaterialNylon
Interior MaterialFoam
Exterior DimensionsH: 26.2 x W: 16.2 x L: 11.9" / H: 66.6 x W: 41.3 x L: 30.2 cm
Interior DimensionsH: 24.0 x W: 8.7 x L: 7.9" / H: 61.0 x W: 22.0 x L: 20.0 cm
Weight7.3 lb / 3.3 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight9.1 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)26.3 x 15.2 x 11.2"

Lowepro Lens Trekker 600 III Reviews

Nice bag

By James
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-11-22

Fit my D6 with 600 mm F4 and tc works well

Does fit Nikon 800mm f/5.6 MF plus body

By Kenneth
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2018-06-02

This is a really nice supertelephoto lens pack. It's got great cushioning at the bottom that snugly surrounds and protects the front and sides of the main front section of this beast of a lens. It also has a good adjustable collar pad that goes around the lens further back near where the body mounts to it. And if you don't have the padded top shelf installed, it will just fit the Nikon 800mm f/5.6 manual focus lens with a D750 body mounted to it. There is also room left over inside to put in some smallish lenses and other items. I've read complaints about the tripod carrying configuration, but I'm not sure what the problems are. The little "cup" that straps to the bottom on either side of the pack does hold only two of my tripod's feet, but that doesn't seem a problem at all; the four supplied adjustable straps done up tightly from top to bottom in conjunction with the tripod foot holder keep it attached very snugly and solidly to the side of the pack. I agree this pack is more ideal for the 600mm with a body attached, but am very happy with it for my purposes.

Built to carry the weight comfortably

By John
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2018-05-19

I purchased both the Lowe Pro 600 AW III backpack as well as the Alta Sky 66 to see which I liked better.� I tested them with my Canon 1DXII and Canon 600mm f/4 II lens, a Really Right Stuff carbon fiber tripod with Wimberly gimbal, and a carbon fiber mono pod. � Pros: The Lowepro is designed well to carry the weight of the above listed gear. The pack feels stable and the hip belt is well designed to transfer the weight from shoulders to the hips for an all-day trek. The adjustable strap system allowed me to properly set it up for my 6'-1" body.� The Alta Sky 66 could not be adjusted long enough to accommodate my height comfortably and its hip belts were too light to transfer the load of all this gear well. It certainly protects the gear well with its ample padding and straps. There are plenty of loops and straps on the sides and hip belt to allow attaching lens cases or anything else.� The tripod and monopod strapped securely to the sides. I can store the camera with both the 600mm and a 2x teleconverter attached without issue.� On the Alta Sky, I needed to remove the 2x and store it in the pack separately. Cons: The cons were not serious, but it is not styled as nicely as� the Alta Sky 66. This Lowepro looks a little nerdy sticking up like a monolith and would benefit from something to break up the smooth zipper flap.� I also wish it was optionally possible to attach the tripod on the rear instead of the side like the Alta Sky, but this is not a big issue either. � Conclusion: For me the Lowepro was the only reasonable option because of my height and the weight/size of my gear.� I am quite happy with it.� If I had a 400mm f/2.8 setup and was 5'-10" I might chose the Alta Sky.

HEAVY bag

By z
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2017-11-09

Yes, the ad states it weighs more than seven pounds... but when you place a 12lb. lens and a camera in it, you realize you are lugging at least 20 pounds around. Stop by the grocery store and carry two 10lb bags of sugar for a while. A lot of plastic inserts in the bag weigh it down. I understand protection for the expensive lens... but I also understand leaving it in the closet due to weight.

EXCELLENT BACKPACK FOR A HEAVY LENS

By James
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-05-29

This is a excellent pack for a Canon 600 prime lens well balanced and easy to load without help.

Great pack for long lens hiking.

By Robert
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-03-31

Product is well made and provides comfortable secure storage for those long lens hikes.

The pack I've been looking for!

By Chris
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2019-12-14

I've been looking for a pack to carry my 600 f/4 with TC and camera attached for a while. I've tried many others but feel this Lowepro works the best for me! The lens feels completely secure when hiking and doesn't move around at all. I also strap my Gitzo monopod w/ Wimberley gimbal head and the whole setup weighs 22lbs (including water). Very easy for long hikes! For size reference, I'm loading a Sony 600mm f/4 + 1.4x TC + Sony a9ii with battery grip. When stored in the pack I keep the lens hood reversed without the hood cover so it's still very fast to pull out and fire off some shots! When the lens is in the pack I have approx. 3-4 from the camera to the top of the pack.

Wonderfully comfortable

By Pamela
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2018-08-27

I recently purchased this bag for a backcountry hike into Denali National Park. It was perfect for my tamron 150-600mmm lens attached to my camera body as well as my carbon fiber tripod and gimbel head and my stool. There was room for necessary accessories, my rain gear and trail food. The best part was the adjustable straps and load stabilization. I wish it held a few lenses inside but my waterproof lens cases clip on just fine for my macro lenses. I hike a lot and this will be a great addition to my gear.

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