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Jul 13, 2007 00:15 |  #1

Does anyone have any experience with the Mini Trekker AW. I like the the built in AW cover. My Micro Trekker 200 is great minus the AW cover.
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Jul 13, 2007 02:25 |  #2

I've got one, but the way the cloth is around the zipper, it tends to get caught. Zipper only would work from one side. Don't overpack. Went with a much larger Lowepro.


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Jul 13, 2007 13:52 |  #3

I just recently purchased one and really like it. I wore it a couple of weeks ago for 5 hours and it was very comfortable.


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Jul 13, 2007 18:50 |  #4

Its my "small" camera bag. I use it for day trips and events, when I want 3-4 lens and other accessories.


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Jul 14, 2007 12:38 |  #5

I have used mine for two years and have not found it to be too small. I can put a 20 D
300l4 , 400 5,6 ,135 two tcs 1.4 &2x and a 17-85 in all at once. It's been to germany, Africa with no problems. Love it


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Jul 14, 2007 12:48 |  #6

Ricko of Fla wrote in post #3543827 (external link)
I have used mine for two years and have not found it to be too small. I can put a 20 D
300l4 , 400 5,6 ,135 two tcs 1.4 &2x and a 17-85 in all at once. It's been to germany, Africa with no problems. Love it

Wow, that's a lot of stuffs to pack in this bag.

How big is it in real life? I have the Micro trekker 200 like Nick5 and I find it a little small.


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Jul 14, 2007 14:03 |  #7

my wife has one and i have one also, they are pretty nice, comfortable, but the more you add, you have to rethink the layout and rearrange but no big deal


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