Lowepro DSLR Video Fastpack 150 AW Digital SLR Camera Backpack Case (Black)

Digital Slr Video Camera

The Lowepro 150 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.

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.

Lowepro DSLR Video Fastpack 150 AW Digital SLR Camera Backpack Case (Black)

Features Lowepro DSLR Video Fastpack 150 AW Digital SLR Camera Backpack Case (Black)

  • What can it hold? Pro DSLR (without grip) with attached lens (up to 17-55mm f/2.8); 1 extra lens; 1 flash or LED light; headphones; microphone; audio transmitter/receiver set; voice recorder; sound mixer; cables and cords; 13 laptop; tripod or DSLR video rig; extra accessories
  • Interior Fabric 200D POLY W/PU
  • Outer fabric 300D POLY DOBBY PUX2; 600D Polyester
  • All-weather use
Overall Rating: Rating=4.5
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Lowepro DSLR Video Fastpack 150 AW Digital SLR Camera Backpack Case (Black)

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  1. Scott Burton says:
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Perfect small DSLR pack, September 21, 2012
    Scott Burton (Los Angeles, CA USA) –

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    This review is from: Lowepro DSLR Video Fastpack 150 AW Digital SLR Camera Backpack Case (Black) (Accessory)

    I can’t say enough good things about this camera backback. It’s flexible, surprisingly roomy, well-built and highly functional.

    Here are some highpoints:

    1. The nylon/poly construction is well built and high quality. Zippers, pulls, and materials are all very functional. Construction is solid. It feels like a high quality product. The main straps are comfortably padded. It’s one of the best nylon backpacks I’ve ever had.

    2. The main camera compartment is reconfigurable using padded segments with Velcro fasteners. It’s not infinitely reconfigurable; given there is Velcro loop in only a few sections, it has maybe 3 total configurations. But as it is, I can pack away two extra lenses, a Speedlite and a battery charger, plus a Canon 60D with a short prime attached.

    3. The side zipper access to your camera is well conceived and works well. It’s easy to get to your camera at a moment’s notice. It’s a little awkward to slide the pack around your left shoulder if you’re right handed, but it puts the camera in your hand in seconds. The vertical clip strap ensures the whole compartment doesn’t fly open at the wrong time.

    4. The top cargo compartment is very roomy. It’s shocking how much you can fit in there. I keep spare batteries, filters, cleaning supplies, straps and other goodies, and there’s room to spare. There’s room for a pair of high-quality headphones (like Sony’s excellent MDR-7506), plus a strap to keep them in place. This compartment has several internal pockets, and a zipper-enclosed accessory folio that’s large enough for several cables, filters, spare batteries, and more.

    5. There’s a large elastic-bound pocket on the right side that is perfect for a 2L bottle of water, or a full-size tripod. This is a great feature. There is a clip strap that secures a tripod from the top, plus a pull-out pocket on the bottom that extends the tripod area another several inches from below.

    6. A shallow pocket along the back is perfect for a 13″ laptop or an iPad.

    6. Hidden in a pocket on the bottom, a rain-proof poncho pulls out to cover the entire backpack top to bottom. I’ve used this in heavy rain and the backpack stayed dry. These guys think of everything!

    I’ve used this backpack on urban photo safaris and on long nature hikes. It’s comfortable, functional and easy to use. It has a very incognito appearance that doesn’t scream “Camera pack, steal me”.

    The 150 AW is great for a small kit, but if you need more than three total lenses or you have a 15″ laptop, take a look at the 250 AW.

    Highly recommended.

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