Lowepro Camera Bags take you outside and carry a heavy load

There are a myriad of camera bag manufacturers to choose from, and we all get to our favorites. Although crossing the brand lines based on specific needs, is really they way we go.
For the outdoorsy photog, the ones who backpack their way into a setting, Lowepro has been the leader for many years.
The new Pro Trekker series has so many cool features, that it makes traveling with your gear, a much easier proposition.
And we have to point out that these backpacks have a dry bag pouch for putting your water bottle with drinking tubes, so you can hydrate as you hike.
Plus there are some breakaway features that let you settle into your campsite and, wander off a little less encumbered, into the woods.
For those looking to transport goods in bulk, but still have a sense of a shoulder bag, the stackable Magnum series is a great call.

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Yep, Lowepro was on our gift guide, and with good reason. They have been making quality product for years, and you’ll never go wrong with a purchase from them.

By the way, if you’d like one of their small camera pouches, send us an email at info@photoinduced.com, put Loewpro in the subject line and add a shipping address.’
The 1st two people to send in the email will get one.
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