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Lowepro Fastpack 350 Quick Access Backpack for SLR Kit, 17" Notebook and General Gear - Black

by Lowepro
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  • Compartment for DSLR and 2/3 Lenses
  • Compartment for 17" laptop
  • Day pack section for general stuff
  • Ltd Life-time warranty
  • Contoured harness for comfortable carrying

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Lowepro Fastpack 350 Quick Access Backpack for SLR Kit, 17" Notebook and General Gear - Black + Trekmates Waterproof Backpack Rain Cover Medium + Hama Lens Cleaning Pen
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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 31.5 x 24.5 x 49 cm ; 1.8 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 1.8 Kg
  • Item model number: Fastpack 350 (Black)
  • ASIN: B000YIWR8G
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 11 Feb 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (164 customer reviews)

Product Description

Product Description

Lowepro is The Trusted Original and photographers have relied on their products since 1967. These photographers, professional and amateaur alike, carry Lowepro bags all over the world—in every kind of climate and in every kind of condition—and rely on the inventive designs to provide protection, accessibility, comfort and durability they can trust.

You can adventure all day with the lightweight, comfortable Fastpack 350 backpack. It protects your pro digital SLR and 17" widescreen notebook compactly while providing generous storage for other gear. Side-entry compartments let you quickly grab equipment and accessories, even while you're on the move. Customize the easy-to-access main compartment with adjustable dividers. A comfortable mesh waistbelt, and an adjustable sternum strap, help distribute weight evenly

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    161 of 163 people found the following review helpful By Story Fanatic on 15 Jun 2008
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    The LowePro 350 is a great bag in terms of quality of finish (no loose threads, zips work well, padding is firm, velcro in good places, etc). There are some compromises of course, which is the nature of the design.

    This system is designed to carry a laptop and camera gear, plus a reasonable "loose" section for drinks/food/etc at the top. I bought this for a holiday trip to the West Coast of Scotland which I knew would involve quite a bit of walking. I also knew I would NOT be carrying the laptop on the walks! It was a good method of getting the laptop to the accommodation fully protected without having to add yet another bag to the already full car. I also use it for walking to the office when at work, where it fits my use very well.

    The downside of the 350 is that it doesn't have an integrated method of carrying a tripod - you'd fit a gorillapod in the top, or maybe a compact monopod, but my venerable 20-year old Velbon had to stay at home! A separate carrying method might be fixed on, as the bag has a flat bottom, so the tripod could be slung underneath if you're clever with your bungee's.

    Also, there's no dedicated rain cover, so any showers or heavier rain would see you ducking for cover. The main camera compartment zips are covered by an extra flap, so this should provide reasonable protection, but the side zip used to access the camera body remain exposed. Driving rain might make it through that eventually.

    In use on the walks the bag is _very_ comfortable. My kit (so far) consists of: Canon 40D, 10-22mm EFS USM, 17-85mm EFS USM IS, 70-200mm EF L USM IS (f4), weighing in at approximately 3kg altogether. I normally walked with the body and lens in hand (strap round neck just in case).
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    30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By M. J. Jenkins on 19 Jan 2010
    Before getting this bag, I'd advise you to try ANY bag in a shop first. I looked at quite a few online (written and video reviews) before settling on this bag. However, on receipt, I'm not as satisfied as I'd hoped.

    The bag holds the items quite well, although the smaller body DLSR cameras won't find in as flush as some of the bigger body models.

    The top half of the bag a ok in size, but by time you add a few accessories (filters, cables etc), it doesn't leave a huge amount left for clothes.

    Be careful if you are choosing this, in that (as it does probably say), it has space for a laptop. If you don't need to ever carry a laptop (like me), then this adds some unnessecary bulk to the bag

    It's guite comfortable to wear and only started achaing after about 6 hours of walking.

    The main reason why I'd suggest trying this out in a shop first, is the camera access panel. In theory, it works, but in practice, its not as fluid as some of the video reviews may suggest. When it comes to changing a lens, you need to take it off your back completely.

    In hindsight, I would have probably have gone for the flipside model instead to avoid putting the bag up and down on the floor. Or if you don't mind doing that, possibly the Tamrac Adventure 7 Tamrac 5546 Adventure 6 Backpack - Grey may be worth looking at.

    Hope this helps
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    29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Jaswinder Matharu on 6 Jun 2009
    Overall yet another excellent lowepro product. I bought to replace a slingshot where I had liked the concept but found the weight too tiring on one shoulder. In the bottom half, there is enough room for a camera with a long lens (I used have a D300 with 70-200mm) and leaves enough room for two smaller lens on one side plus my filters / holder on the other. There is a separate small pocket inside for memory cards.

    In the top half, there is enough room on the inside to us as a daypack with waterproof, sandwiches etc along with compass and other walking gear items. There is also a good outer front pocket for flat items and also a bottle holder mesh with a toggle to keep it secure.

    So, why 4 stars and not 5? No waterproof cover (I knew this before I bought it) and no tripod holder for more serious day walkers / trekkers. The most fundamental issue for me is that my 17" Dell widescreen laptop cannot squeeze in with it's neoprene cover but can fit without the cover. I say 'can' because you need to be really careful not to scratch it due to the zip so cannot easily get in / out.

    Overall, a very good bag, make sure you try with your laptop first if that is the most important feature to you.
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    11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By I. Bloese on 8 May 2009
    I have been hiking for many years and have found that there is always a problem with what to do with a camera. I have varied between carrying a digital compact on a belt holder to an intermediate digital in my backpack or round my neck. The later is hazardous for both wearer and camera when scrambling over rough ground.

    This backpack is so easy to use and the camera is accessible without completely removing it. I wore it all day and had no problems being able to quickly access my camera (Canon 450D) to take bird photos etc. There was room for wet weather gear, a light packed lunch and, externally, a bottle of water. Camera equipment was kept separate and I had an additional lens, filters and small tripod and at a squeeze could have included another camera all completely separated from the general stuff carried.

    I thoroughly recommend this backpack.
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