Excerpt: I have been using the LowePro Inverse 200 beltpack weekly for several months. I wear it with the shoulder strap as well as the waist belt. The good: +Overall design (quick access to main compartment) +Fits well, rides comfortably (you must cinch the side straps after adjusting the waist belt) +High...
Pros: Capacious, Easily Accessible Equipment, Well Constructed, Well Padded
Excerpt: I was looking for a carrying solution for an upcoming backpacking trip. I will have a large pack on my back and wanted to have my camera available rather than stored in the pack. I plan to use this as a front loader.
Excerpt: I bought this and the Lowpro backpack at the same time thinking I would keep at least 1. This beltpack is well made and tried to make it fit with my needs, the camera would be real handy, but it just seemed to big & bulky around my waist. I returned it and kept the backpack.
Excerpt: I bought this pack for day hikes and so far it has been great. My Nikon DSLR and All-in-one lens fit nicely in the pack, a total of about 8", with plenty of room for additional gear. For short hikes, where I don't take a backpack, there is room for water and some emergency gear.
Excerpt: Just got my bag a few days ago and loaded it up with my gear. I'd read the reviews prior to buying, and a common complaint was the sag and waist strap tension. Sure enough, the bag sags to some degree, but nothing that would stop me from buying the bag again.
Excerpt: Lowepro makes excellent products so I was not surprised by the quality of the 200 AW Beltpack. I purchased this product to use when shooting events and for short outings when I don't want/need to carry my Flipside 400. I find the belt pack to be the perfect size.
Pros: Compact, Easily Accessible Equipment, Lightweight, Well Padded