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Lowepro 350 AW DSLR Video Fastpack (Black)

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  • Protection of video/audio/computer gear
  • Fast access to gear from side
  • Attachment for DSLR video rig or tripod
  • Built-in all weather AW cover
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.8 x 13.8 x 19.3 inches ; 4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B005MYAHJ8
  • Item model number: DSLR Video Fastpack 350 AW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (57 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 14, 2011

Product Description

Whether you're a serious casual or professional photographer, the world is your canvas. This rugged camera and gadget bag is well suited for taking your equipment with you. In this multimedia era, compartments are available for a notebook, external drives, and other mobile media.

The Lowepro 350 AW DSLR Video Fastpack builds on the original Fastpack backpack and incorporates flexible options for today's multimedia photographer who shoots with a DSLR or HD video-enabled DSLR. Fast access and flexible organization are key elements of this protective, yet lightweight design that aims as a performance optimizer.

Pack your gear in the dedicated camera compartment. When it's time to shoot, grab your gear from the fast-access, side-entry pocket. A purpose-built audio compartment includes a convenient headphone strap and a removable Custom Audio Utility Pouch for accessories like cables, cords and a receiver/transmitter set. A separate laptop pocket keeps your notebook within reach for a complete mobile workstation. A Hideaway Tripod Mount secures a tripod or DSLR video rig to the side of the pack. Additional features include a built-in All Weather AW Cover to protect gear from moisture; hidden ID pocket; stretch-mesh side pocket; grab handle; and stow-away waist belt to minimize extra bulk when traveling. Mobility and utility are the key elements of this backpack for hands-free carrying.

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No more lugging around two bags to carry all my camera gear and laptop!
Adam
The side entry compartment allows for quick and easy access to the camera without fully taking off the backpack.
R. Kodama
The shoulder straps are comfortable and can accommodate a bigger person.
aznpoet

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

39 of 40 people found the following review helpful By R. Kodama on January 5, 2012
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I am somewhat of a camera backpack aficionado. I currently own a Tamrac Adventure 9, Tamrac Expedition 5, Kata 3n1-22, Kata DR-466i and Lowepro Versapack 200AW. I also used to own a Lowepro Slingshot 200 and Flipside 300. While each bag has its own strengths and weaknesses, l have come to the conclusion there is no all-in-1 perfect backpack. I happen to run into the Video Pack 350 on Amazon and after reviewing the specs, it seemed like a great pack for a large body. I believe Lowepro has misrepresented the product by naming it a "Video FastPack" because it is equally a DSLR backpack. Maybe there is a marketing strategy behind the nomenclature but I believe potential customers will pass on this pack because of the name. The Video Pack 350 AW is an updated version of the Fastpack 350 but with an AW Cover and a tripod mount. Both of these new features were common complaints among the Fastpack owners.

My primary requirement for buying a new bag was to be able to hold a gripped DSLR with a long lens and have easy access to it. I was originally looking at the Tamrac 3385 Aero Speed Pack 85 Dual Access Photo/Laptop Backpack (Black), Tamrac 5789 Evolution 9 Photo Laptop Sling Backpack and the Kata KT D-3N1-33 3 In 1 Sling /Backpack with Laptop Slot but each of those bags has their downsides and I was left with a dilemma about which direction to go in. The
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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By aznpoet on March 8, 2012
I was looking for a bag that can accommodate a gripped body with heavy zoom lens and 17 inch laptop. This bag fits the bill. It is rugged looking, well-built, well-padded and durable. It is tad on a heavy side but that's expected with all the padding and size-wise, slightly big, but not too big. The shoulder straps are comfortable and can accommodate a bigger person. I like the fact that the waist strap is also present but unobtrusive if I don't want to use it. On some other bags, it gets in the way.

Since the bag is divided into 2 separate compartments, the lower compartment is not as roomy as the bags that are dedicated to carrying equipment only. Unless you are going to carry another bag for secondary stuff, it forces you to think and pack carefully what you really need for your task. You cannot open up or convert upper compartment to accommodate more dividers. Therefore, if you are looking for a bag to cram only the photo gear, this bag is not for you. I have other bags that are better designed for that purpose. Still, if you need to carry more stuff, I have put extra lenses and flashes in their cushioned pouches in the upper compartment without any issues. However, the upper compartment is not as well padded as the lower compartment; therefore, you want to be careful not to put anything too fragile there. The upper compartment has two small and a medium compartment as well as an elastic strap and a detachable, small, zippered pouch to secure filters, SD cards and other accessories. There is a small pouch between the shoulder strap to carry an iPod.

Although it may make the bag feel unbalanced, I prefer to carry tripod attached to the side of the bag than in the middle of the pack.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on August 14, 2012
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I hope this review serves not only to inform potential buyers of this bag, but also as a constructive input for future modification to this specific type of backpack. This review is written after physical comparison of (1) the Fastpack 350 AW and (2) the Fastpack 350. Please note that the Fastpack 350 is a slightly larger bag than the Fastpack 350AW. The measurements given to you online IS correct and as described, although their difference in storage space may be more significant than you might imagine. Here are my likes and dislikes:

PRO:
1) I love the concept that the AW cover comes with this bag, making it practically rain proof. It fits the bag perfectly like a glove and neatly tucks away neatly at the bottom of the bag. I'm not entirely impressed however, with the material used in making this AW cover. As a consumer who's going to pay extra for all weather protection cover, I expected more from Lowepro. Note to manufacture: Please examine the STM rain cover and see that its material is better in durability. Another thing is that the rain cover shouldn't be permanently attached to the bag... what's going to happen when that cover is torn, the end-user might wish to purchase another one, and not be stuck with a torn cover stiched into the bag.

2) I REALLY like the fact that Lowepro are considering user's safety in mind when they decide to finally make their logo LOW PROFILE. The black logo you see in the picture IS in fact the ONLY logo visible outside the bag (other than the ginormous one on the rain cover). When I'm walking around with $3000+ worth of camera equipment, I would not necessary want anyone who are familiar with Lowepro products, to think that I'm carrying a high-end camera.
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