The Trekker Lite SLX 120 from Lowepro is a sling-style bag that accommodates a full-frame mirrorless camera with a lens attached, plus two additional lenses or one 70-200mm lens placed horizontally in the bag. Alternatively, it can hold a foldable drone such as a DJI Mavic Pro with accessories. There's a sleeve for a 10.5" tablet, and two straps on the bottom hold a compact tripod such as a GorillaPod 5K, or a water bottle in the included holder. You can also use the bottom straps to carry a small rolled-up jacket. The shoulder strap is adjustable and can be positioned on the right side, the left side, or horizontally for carrying options.
Trekker Lite meets Lowepro's environmental efforts, using up to 76% Green Line fabrics for a more sustainable product. Using recycled and solution-dyed fabrics saves water, reduces GHG emissions, and is ultimately better for the environment.
Travel Photography Sling
- The Trekker Lite sling-style bag combines two passions - a love for travel and a love for photography
- Small front zip pocket for essentials like your keys, credit cards, passport, and phone
- Exterior straps for attaching a tabletop tripod or a rolled jacket
- Accessory water bottle holder included
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