|Topic: Lowepro Fastpack 250 & 350 For Longer Lenses.|
Posted 2012-11-07 18:10:04 and read 5679 times.
I recently purchased a Lowepro Fastpack 250 for photography travel and I was really happy with it's use on a recent trip. I was wondering about if anyone has had any problems with the Fastpack 250 or 350 on longer lenses when attached to the camera for traveling on aircraft? I was concerned a little bit when I had a smaller lens for close-up shots in it and thought about "what if I get a longer lens like the Sigma 150-500mm or Canon 100-400mm and I need to travel with it?" I don't think changing lenses would be that much of a problem but may take longer to get a special shot while flying (changing from big to small lenses when the bag is under the seat and the flap open), but I had an idea of just packing them around clothing in my roll-on suitcase if needed.
|Topic: RE: Lowepro Fastpack 250 & 350 For Longer Lenses.|
Posted 2012-11-07 19:36:24 and read 5679 times.
I've had a Fastpack 350 for the past couple of years, and have taken it on 20+ flights in that time. Not once was its size a problem for carrying on, though I did get caught once on the weight, as packed with gear + computer I'm sure its nearly always over the max weight for a carry on item. Thing is, it still looks small enough that I only ever got asked to weigh it the one time.
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