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Lowepro Inverse 200 AW is a beltpack camera bag that has a 3D contoured mesh lumbar belt which distribute weight evenly. It also has a shoulder strap that can be used for added support. The belt pack actually felt very comfortable and both of my hands are free to move. I would favour using a belt system for short/light photography trips as you have access to your gear around your waist. For light travel, a shoulder bag would be suffice. Ultimately, I am waiting for the S&F belt which I can attach and remove lens cases.
Below is a size comparison between Inverse 200 AW and Stealth Reporter D200 AW
What can I fit in the Inverse 200 AW?
Nikon D700+MB-D10 with a short to medium lens attached (in this case 50mm f/1.4)
24-70mm f/2.8 and another small lens
It is also possible to fit another two small lenses underneath the camera.
The Inverse 200 actually wouldn’t fit the D700 with 24-70mm f/2.8 attached. It is not tall enough.
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