Lowepro Fastpack 350 Quick Access Backpack for SLR Kit, 17" Notebook and General Gear - Black
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- Compartment for DSLR and 2/3 lenses
- Compartment for 17 inches laptop
- Day pack section for general stuff
- Limited life-time warranty
- Contoured harness for comfortable carrying
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Style Name: Fastpack 350 | Colour Name: Black
Lowepro is one of the trusted and professional photographers have relied on their products since 1967. These photographers 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-inch 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. Customise the easy-to-access main compartment with adjustable dividers. A comfortable mesh waistbelt and an adjustable sternum strap, help distribute weight evenly.
From the Manufacturer
The Trusted Original
Lowepro was born from one daring mountaineer’s desire to capture some of the world’s most unexplored beauty spots, with just a camera in tow. Greg Lowe made it his mission to create only the best in innovative, cutting-edge equipment, to protect extreme sporting lovers’ cameras and cinematography equipment from the heart-pounding elements.
The humble Colorado garage beginning of the world’s first Internal Frame Backpack in 1967 pays tribute to Lowe’s enduring belief that he could be the one to design a close-fitting and supportive backpack to transport camera and recording equipment that had otherwise never been seen before. Climbers, mountain bikers, skiers and hikers could now comfortably carry their equipment to heights that only they had known, capturing intimate sights for the rest of the world to see.
Lowe’s first defying feat paved the way for the original Soft-sided Protective Camera Bag, also to be the first of its time.
And with that, the Lowepro mark took off. Fast forward to today and Lowepro has seen the creation of the first ever waterproof camera backpack, and continues to innovate each year to keep up with the demands of a fast-paced, ever changing world of technology and photography.
Never miss a shot
Always be prepared to capture the perfect shot with the Fastpack series. Swivel the backpack round to the front for extremely fast-access to the side-entry compartment, making it easy to access equipment and accessories, even whilst the pack is being worn.
Both the Fastpack 250 and 350 have room to fit a camera with lens already attached, whilst the Fastpack 350 benefits from larger dimensions to make room for a Pro DSLR.
The Fastpack boasts three separate storage spaces contained in one lightweight bag. Find room for camera gear, a laptop and accessories and personal items in each of the models.
A camera compartment holds a DSLR with lens attached in the Fastpack 250, with room for 2-3 extra lenses or flash units within its adjustable dividers. A dedicated laptop compartment with protective padding houses a laptop of up to 15”, with space provided for accessories and personal items in the zippered upper compartment of the bag.
The Fastpack 350 has the capacity to hold your Pro DSLR with lens attached and to 2-3 extra lenses in the padded dividers of its camera compartment. Fit a larger laptop of up to 17” in a dedicated padded sleeve, with room for further accessories and personal items located in the upper compartment.
Ideal for professional photographers on the move
Buckle up the Fastpack waist belt and adjust the sternum straps for a multipurpose bag that provides a comfortable fit when you’re on the go. Enjoy rapid retrieval of your DSLR or Pro DSLR (with the Fastpack 350) with the easy zippered, side-entry camera compartment, complete with full 180-degree access and adjustable dividers to keep extra lenses or flash units safe and detectable. A security flap closure provides additional protection to outer compartments when retrieving your DSLR from the pack in wet weather.
A separate organizer pocket located in the upper half of the bag enables fast access to accessories and personal items. Professional photographers will value the dedicated protective cushioned compartment found in the back pad of this camera bag, built to fit a laptop of up to 15” or 17” in size, depending on the chosen Fastpack model.
Extend the carrying space of each bag with the SlipLock attachment loops, designed to increase exterior storage capacity so you can keep additional items to hand. Each bag also includes a mesh side pocket to keep a sports or water bottle readily available.
|Fastpack 250||Fastpack 350|
|Dimensions (cm) H x D x W||Internal: 28 x 15 x 23.5 External: 31.5 x 24 x 46||Internal: 28 x 15.5 x 27 External: 31.5 x 24.5 x 49|
|Fits Gear||DSLR with lens attached (up to 18-55mm f/2.8); 2-3 extra lenses or flash units; Up to a 15” laptop; Accessories and personal items||Pro DSLR with lens attached (up to 70-200mm f/2.8); 2-3 extra lenses or flash units; Up to a 17” laptop; Accessories and personal items|
|Carry-on Compatible (based on 56 x 45 x 25cm restrictions)||✓||✓|
|SlipLock - Loop and tab attachments with the possibility of adding extra essential items||✓||✓|
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Top Customer Reviews
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).Read more ›
I started looking for a larger bag that could hold the kit I had and any additional kit I'd buy in the future. I wanted something that I could carry my laptop in as well, for when I go on holiday, so I can transfer any photos straight to my laptop rather that have lots of extra memory cards.
I bought this for use with my Canon EOS 500D DSLR Camera. I was looking for a bag that would hold my camera, a couple of lenses, a flash gun, a laptop and a few other bit's and peices as time goes on.
After doing a lot of searching on the internet I kept getting pointed back to Lowepro bags. I had come across Lowepro bags previously, but had never actually owned one.
I found a lots of excellent written reviews about this bag online, which made me want this bag. I then came across a couple of video reviews on YouTube which really convinced me to buy this bag.Read more ›
Most rucksack style camera bag fall into two types those which are a rucksack with a small camera bag at the bottom where you've limited space, have to put it down dig everything out and then spend ages putting it back after but have a good size rucksack or those dedicated camera rucksacks where there's room for loads of gear but no room for a jumper or water bottle. There's several sling type bags on the market but these tend to be small and lack enough space for even basic amateur kit.
The fastback range work well in that you have a reasonable size day bag plus a reasonable sized camera bag plus the added bonus of being able to access the camera without having to put the bag down.
Personally I wanted a bag that doesn't scream camera bag, which is comfortable to wear all day, which would take a reasonable level of pro kit plus a water bottle, sandwich rolled up waterproof coat. To me it was important it fitted into the hand luggage compartment and was small enough I could walk through the seaside shops without it banging into things. Most of my post production is done back in the studio or in a hotel room so a dedicated laptop sleeve wasn't important.
They have three in this range the 100 small 200 medium and 300 large with 150,250, and 350 models with a laptop sleeve in the back.
When comparing to other makes of camera bag the quality and general design of all the Lowpro bags is excellent and they do last well in the field.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My Favourite bag is LowePro bag and well worth the money it gives my kit extra protection and can't say anything wrong with this well worth the money and awesome photography... Read morePublished 1 month ago by gary mckenzie
Bought this bag on a Prime deal, my boyfriend's a photographer and it fits his camera, a few lenses, flash, chargers, macbook and other bits all in comfortably. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Great camera bag for storing and light use of DSLR. Small pocket in the top for accessories or more importantly sandwiches and bottle of water on a day out. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Julia
Typical Lowepro... amazing quality.. this rucksack will last a lifetime :)Published 3 months ago by Matty Cross
Great value for money.
Highly recommended. Practical.
Ideal for DSLR videographers.
An excellent purchase.
A great product - this is a replacement for the one I have worn out - same designPublished 4 months ago by Robin Myerscough
My second one of these, the first one started to fall apart. I've stuffed laptops and iPads, 2 full size x DSLR, lenses and tripod heads in this bag, usually about 15kg or more. Read morePublished 6 months ago by JR