Lowepro Fastpack 350 DSLR Camera Backpack
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- Fits Pro DSLR with lens attached (up to 70-200mm f/2.8), 2-3 extra lenses or flash units, up to a 17ʺ laptop, accessories and personal items.
- Padded camera compartment with full 180-degree access and adjustable dividers
- Side-entry compartment make it easy to access equipment and accessories, even while pack is being worn
- Dedicated laptop compartment with protective padding
- Security flap provides additional protection to outer compartments
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|Item Dimensions||19.29 x 9.65 x 12.4 inches|
|Item Display Weight||5.4 pounds|
|Manufacturer Warranty Description||Limited Lifetime|
|Shipping Weight||3.85 pounds|
From the Manufacturer
Fastpack 350 Highlights:
1. Security Flap
2. Built-in Memory Card Holders
3. 180-degree Side-entry Panel
4. Adjustable Dividers
5. Triple Compartment Design
6. Harness Pocket
7. Outer Accessory Pockets
8. Mesh Side Pocket
9. Tough, Water Resistant Outer Fabric
10. Side-entry Access
Additional Features & Benefits:
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 ›
1. Camera storage compartment: pretty much identical between the two models.
2. Ease of Access: Much easier and more comfortable for the fastpack; just let go of the right strap and swing the bag around. The slingshot swings around and ends up on your chest, pretty awkward feeling/looking; the fastpack ends up near your left waist, allowing you to suavely draw your slr.
3. Size: the fastpack is bulkier than the slingshot, though not by much.
4. Price: the same for both models.
Other random fastpack 250 notes:
1. Laptop storage compartment: the zipper opens along the side, not around the whole backpack.
2. Cellphone pocket: my samsung t-629 fits very snugly.
3. I use this bag for school, storing a slim folder in the laptop pocket, and a couple of 8x6 books in the top compartment.
1. well built, I never had quality issue with lowepro and I wouldn't expect one with this bag either.
2. laptop compartment protect your very well, I carry my laptop every day with it, and never worried
3. good for one or two camera system, but limited lens. it's designed for large bodies, like D300, still got room in it, so any SLR should be fine.
4. good extra upper compartment, for books, everything, I can even put a jean, and several t-shirt, and/or limited personal items in it. yet it is just a little shy of A4 size, so keep that in mind when you consider it.
5. plenty of small pockets, ideal for all kinds of digital items.
6. very good design to flip around for quick access to cameras (see below for more), and no, it's not easy for thieves to take advantages of that without let you notice.
7. I once put around 25lbs in it, it you feels very good with very good weight support, you wont easily get tired
1. the bag, is bulky, though after used it I get used to it, but it is much larger than I think, especially I use it as everyday backpack to work, so in a peak hour subway train, you need to take it off and put on floor.
2. no all weather cover, I really dont understand why they take that feature off, maybe it prevent you from flip over with the cover on, but do u really want to use your camera in that condition?Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Waaaaay bigger that it looked on photo, but a very sturdy and useful camera bag!Published 7 days ago by Y. Carpenter
Good pack. Well padded and well made and holds my gear. Good configuration of pockets and compartments. Read morePublished 12 days ago by S. Paci
A MUST for any Shooter!!! Keeps all your lens' in order, clean and accessible. Everything has a place and it is all well thought out!Published 17 days ago by Jillian L. Haffner
Bought this last minute for a two-week trip to Africa. Glad I got the bigger size, not sure the smaller one would have worked. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Ben Mccafferty
I was between this one and its little brother. The requirement was that besides the photo stuff and the computer it should have space for extra clothing, accessories (cables,... Read morePublished 18 days ago by Doru Nica
After so many years of usage, this bag still stands out among my camera bags, its strong, spacious and its zip never worn out. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Badejo Oluwafemitan
I had initially purchased the Amazon Basics camera bag and it was okay, but the straps started to pull off the bag, so I upgraded to a real bag.
I love this bag. Read more