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The Lowepro Fastpack 200 is slimmer without the notebook compartment. It may fit a lens or two less than the Fastpack 350, but it is less bulky and less obvious as a tourist/photographer. It is also a much moer comfortable for day trippers. The Fastpack 200 does not provide much room to expand on, but if you know you don’t take much on your trip, this is it. Choose the Fastpack 250 or DSLR Video Fastpack 250 if you need to bring your notebook.
Here is what you can fit in the Fastpack 200.
This is my most preferred shoulder bag for casual travel. It has a slim profile and it contours just like a casual back pack.
The Lowepro Fastpack 350 in comparison is a little big bigger than the Fastpack 200, which makes fitting that 70-200mm f/2.8 a bit easier. It has a waist belt for added support, and is generally suitable for a day trip with a few lenses, a body and a flash. You don’t want to put too much things in there, it can get quite heavier with a notebook included.
Here is how I arranged the Fastpack 350.
Comparing to the Lowepro slingshot 200AW which is the smallest size of the three, but the interior is a lot bigger. However, I don’t find the slingshot design comfortable to use for day trips when it is fully loaded.
Here is how I arranged the Slingshot 200.
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