Lowepro LP36393 DSLR Video Fastpack 250 (Black)
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- Fits a Pro DSLR (without grip) with attached lens (up to 24-70mm f/2.8), 2 extra lenses, 1 pro flash or LED light, headphones, microphone, extra audio gear, up to a 15" laptop, and a tripod or DSLR video rig.
- Dedicated camera compartment with fast access
- Top loading laptop pocket
- Hideaway Tripod Mount for tripod or DSLR video rig
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|Item Dimensions||9 x 11 x 20 inches|
|Item Display Weight||1.8 Kilograms|
|Item Weight||3 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||4.01 pounds|
|Style Name||250 AW|
Model Number: 36393
Top Customer Reviews
By Brett Despain (Draper, UT USA) - See all my reviews
Still looking for the perfect bag...this one comes very close. I own a Lowepro Compurover AW and a Tamrac Adventure 9 bag. The Compurover is too heavy and you have to crack it open like an egg to get to the Camera compartment. The Tamrac is the perfect size, but you have to take the bag off and lay it on the ground or your lap to open the camera compartment, otherwise you risk spilling out all of your gear! Not good.
This Fastpack 250 intrigued me because the side access pocket allows access to your camera quickly without taking the backpack off. Guess what? it works. You really can get your camera out quickly while still wearing the bag.
I bought this as strictly a travel bag. I'm a pilot so I needed a medium sized bag that I could fit in the cockpit while carrying my 40D and 3 L lenses. I also need the top compartment of the bag to carry a few snacks, water and other supplies.
Okay here's the breakdown.
1. Slim design, fits in cockpit and on top of my roller suitcase with ease. Also fits very nicely in the space underneath your seat in an airliner.
2. Side camera access in a serious advantage. I considered the sling packs, but I like the comfort and security of having a full backpack. The sling packs are uncomfortable after a while and hard to position to get your camera out without twisting up your clothes or coat.
3. It's lightweight and comfortable to wear. Significantly lighter than my other two bags.
4. Not as pricey as my two other backpacks. I paid less than $90.
5. Side pocket fits a good sized Nalgene water bottle.
6. Medium size and all black color doesn't shout "Camera Bag!" while wearing it.Read more ›
I ordered the Lowepro 250 AW and was sent a standard Lowepro 250 by accident. The standard bag receives high marks everywhere you look, so I kept the standard model and re-ordered the 250 AW to compare and contrast. Notes are below:
- Total camera storage space in the bottom segment is the same.
- Both camera compartments have speed access: side zippers that allow you to pull your arm out of the right shoulder strap, sling the bag around on your left shoulder, and then unzip only a small portion of the camera compartment to remove the body and attached lens (without exposing the rest of your camera gear).
- Velcro segments to configure the camera compartment is around the same - though the AW comes with one longer/skinner segment apparently designed to horizontally separate a compartment for two microphones
- Storage in the top segment is the same.
- Contruction materials/quality appear to the same.
250: One strap has a built-in "cell phone" pouch (albeit a very small pouch - would hold a large pocket knife/leatherman tool. The other strap has an elastic loop into which you can insert other Lowepro pouches for holding additional gear.
AW: No pouches or pouch holders - instead, a plastic D ring is on each strap for carabiners, etc...
250: Has a couple inches of padding on each side before the strap for theoretically more comfort.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I received my backpack and found a old nikon lens cap inside.. it was obviously used. I thought I was buying a brand new item.Published 10 days ago by dakao
Camera with lens compartment was way too big for comfort. Didn't hold the camera securely.Published 1 month ago by ibdegen
Great product ! I use it on hiking trips in Glacier Park. ! I have been to 6 national parks with this back pack ! All my gear is safe and secure! Read morePublished 1 month ago by Dan Halverson
Good bag for camera and accessories. Very well made and padded to protect camera. Light weighted and comfortable to carry. Would buy again.Published 1 month ago by Falomany
In more than 20 years, I never let a camera fall to the ground. The way the main pocket is built here instead causes the camera to slip out of the bag as soon as you open the zip. Read morePublished 1 month ago by mcasta
I do not use this pack for a camera, am a collector of card games and have thousands of dollars worth in cards that I carry around with me. Read morePublished 1 month ago by David M
Dual compartment is great. I put a makeup pouch and phone stuff at top. Stuff overnight clothes or shoes in the bottom. Good for small trips.Published 1 month ago by Architect