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


  • Mike Verlander says:

    The consumate bag for my Sony Nex system and Ipad, allows instant sharing of important data and fantastic easy access lightweight protection. Perfect on the go solution, I need this bag in a hurry!!

  • David Perez says:

    Hago las fotos, las paso al iPad, las pongo música, pase de diapositivas y la gente la goza.

  • Sidharth Nahata says:

    Using the camera and tablet together makes veiwing for a larger audience quite easy. i click pics move them to my tablet and then upload them on facebook, flicker etc

    more over we can use the tablet for basic touch up on the pics and u r pics are ready !!

  • Georgios says:

    You cannot use your iPad and the camera together !

  • Robert Najera says:

    There’s nothing like a good cup of coffee while out shooting. My iPad comes in handy when I’m on uneven ground as a great place to set my mug, and keep my coffee from spilling.

  • Harrison Minchun says:

    I use a eye-fi sd card to transfer my photos to my iPad and show poeple my photo and I just need a small camera bag to travel with on the road

  • Robert Sokolich says:

    My iPad in my manbag and camera in lowepro slingshot and I am set for the day.
    all in one bag would be perfect

  • Danny says:

    wow !

  • Cathi Wyatt says:

    Would love to have something that I can carry both my camera and iPad in together, right now I either have one or the other. Thanks so much!

  • Danni says:

    At commercial shoots, I hand my Windows 7 tablet PC to my client and shoot wirelessly to it via an EyeFi SD card. That way, my client can view the photos on the tablet in real time, as they are taken, and pass comment on what they do or don’t like. It saves a lot of time by eliminating the review process I used to go through with my clients.

  • Mark Bush says:

    I love carrying my iPad when I shoot because I can easily download NEF files and do a quick edit with PhotoShop Touch, then upload to Facebook, Twitter or Google+. It makes it easy for my social media circles and my family to follow. I just got back from NYC with our local high school’s concert choir and it was invaluable!

  • Stephen Wee says:

    I love to bring my ipad when i’m on travelling. Is make me feel easy to keep my all photo in my ipad.

  • Aurora L says:

    I currently use a tablet for proofing/portfolio viewing & for model releases. My current small camera bag doesn’t fit a tablet so this would be very handy to have. Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

  • I like to have my iPad handy when I’m shooting in case someone asks about my work. It makes for an easy portfolio to carry. By using an Eye-Fi card in the camera I can also send images from the camera to the iPad as I shoot so that all involved have a better view of the images. With some cameras, the iPad can also be used as a remote to live-view the image and control the camera directly from the iPad.

  • I would use it for my netbook and some of the other gear that I use in my work. It looks comfortable and not in the way, leaving my hands free.


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