Free Bag Friday! Photo Traveler 150

By March 30, 2012Contests, Products

It’s Free Bag Friday and time for you to throw your lens cap in the ring for a chance to win the Photo Traveler 150 camera/tablet backpack.

Just comment below about how you like to use your tablet (such as an iPad) and camera together. You have until midnight, Sunday, April 1 to enter. We’ll pick a winning comment next week and announce here and on our Facebook page. As always, the give-away is void where prohibited.

The Photo Traveler 150 is a nifty bag. It holds your Compact System Camera gear, or enthusiast DSLR kit. Plus, it has a dedicated pocket to store and protect your tablet computer. Combine that with its handsome urban styling, and you have a winner for casual shooting and computing when out and about.

So let us know how you like to use your camera and tablet together… and good luck!

Derrick is the Photography Evangelist for Lowepro.


About Derrick

Derrick Story is a professional photographer, writer, teacher and photography evangelist for Lowepro. He has authored several digital media books, including his latest, The Photoshop CS4 Companion for Photographers and The Digital Photography Companion (O'Reilly Media, publisher). Derrick is a Senior Contributor for Macworld magazine where he writes a digital photography column, and he's a regular presenter on the popular training site, Online, Derrick has formed a virtual camera club called The Digital Story ( that's open to all photography enthusiasts. The site features weekly podcasts, daily posts, training videos, and reader-submitted photos. You can reach Derrick at


  • Julian Lau says:

    I would use my iPad for displaying and showing my photos, instead of the tiny screen on the camera. The bag would be absolutely awesome for carrying both camera and tablet.

  • Greg Langlois says:

    I use my Ipad to transfer my photos in the field giving me a bigger view. This way using the tablet enables me to reduce the weight in my equipment baf. Unfortunetly, I don’t have a proper bag which can result in taet damage. This would be just the right pack.

  • Matt E. says:

    I’ve been looking for an excuse to introduce an iPad to my workflow. If I won this bag, maybe I could buy one and a couple of eyefi cards and then I can cut down my road kit a little.

  • Cynthia Martinez says:

    I enjoy using my ipad to view ahd share photos taken with my Canon 60d with family and friends. This Photo Traveler 150 seems like the perfect bag to combine these two items in a convenient and comfortable way. I’d love to have the chance to take it on campus at the U in Utah 🙂

  • Noah says:

    I would actually use this for a different kind of tablet – My Wacom. It would also hold my Canon Elph in my Lowepro case, along with all accessories. My laptop would be in a separate sleeve. This would for sure help me stay organized, and get me a modern bag.

  • Phil says:

    It would give me an excellent excuse to buy a tablet to go with my Compact Olympus TG-810 underwater camera.

  • I would use my netbook for when i go on weekend breaks, i can keep my netbook and the camera in one, once i have upload on my pictures on to my netbook then empty my memory card then go out & take more pictures !

  • Kirill Kirillov says:

    Will use this backpack with my iPad and Canon 5dmk2 for urban photography and blog posting.

  • Daan van Oort says:

    #Ipad check #camera check #phototraveller150 🙁

  • Jake Scott says:

    Well if i had a tablet I would use it as portofollio for my photos when talking to client or people who I think would make great models

  • Maya McMahon says:

    Always bring my tablet to any photo shoot or consultation. Easy to upload pictures and use it as a portfolio.

  • Ray says:

    New iPad 3 is great way to process photos taken with Nikon.

  • Ruben Serrano says:

    I would love to win this !

  • Drew Barnard says:

    I love being in the studio and being able to stream my shots right to my iPad.

  • Kevin West says:

    I use my Canon T2i with my iPad2 via EyeFi cards and app. No card reader, and fast access to see the photos on a large screen.
    Thanks for these contests!


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