Reviews and Problems with Lowepro SlingShot 100 AW
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Decent Pack for Minimal Equipment
Jared N., Newegg
14 January 2009
Summary: There are a couple of side pockets in the main compartment to hold lenses - one would have to be a short prime, the other can hold a smaller zoom. So while it can accomodate other lenses it's not really meant for long lenses by any means.
Pros: Nice and compact for a DSLR backpack. The swing around design is handy to access the camera right away. There are plenty of pockets for cards/cases, cloths, cables, etc. Even has an attached microfiber cloth on the inside. The pack is padded well on the back, and is pretty comfortable.
Cons: Fairly compact for a DSLR backback - unfortunately, one of its strengths is also a weakness. The size is somewhat restrictive. I manage to squeeze in my EOS40D body with attached 28-135 kit - but that is the maximum. Personally, I'd like a bit larger model - so perhaps the 200 or 300 would better...