Reviews and Problems with Lowepro Slingshot 102 AW
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Nice improved bag
Pacerpop, B&H Photo
25 October 2015
Excerpt: This bag is a replacement for the prior model which lasted about 8 years before the zippers broke. This seems to have better fabric and more useful compartments. The size is just right for a large DSLR and extra lens.
Excerpt: I was skeptical about the single strap design at first, but soon discovered that its surprisingly supportive. Cinched up and with the secondary strap it lays on one's back very well. I love the ability to "sling it" to the front, where the compartments can be accessed with ease.
couldn't be happier! (PERFECT FOR STREET PHOTOGRAPHY)
kaiwardphotography, B&H Photo
2 September 2015
Excerpt: the lowepro slingshot 102 AW is just that, a motherf***king slingshot! if you shoot with this bag you become a cowboy in the wild west. you just sling it around, zip-zip and pullout the camera which is perfectly placed to be fired right then and there.
Excerpt: great storage, light weight, comfortable. little bit cumbersome to figure out how it is supposed to be worn so you can slide it around and have access to your camera. I'm sure with time I will get it down. Old dog...new tricks.
Pros: Adjustable Harness, Comfortable, Roomy, Strong Construction
Summary: I've been looking for a new bag for a while that would give me some hands-free capability. The sling bag does this and more. After you swing back around to the front to get your camera out you can actually lean your elbow on it as a rest to take the picture, I just love this bag.
Excerpt: I used to own a Canon D31000 with this bag but then sold it. When I got back into photography I knew I wanted this bag again. It is very useful!! It has the customizable pockets in the inside, The nice pocket on top for your personal things,and tons of extra small zipper pockets.
Pros: Adjustable Harness, Comfortable, Easily Accessible Equipment, Roomy, Strong Construction
Excerpt: Very handy for one camera and a lens or two plus accessories. It is a little small IF you have a large telephoto lens. Good for light day trips. Going to get a larger Lowepro 202 for longer trips.
Pros: Adjustable Harness, Comfortable, Easily Accessible Equipment, Strong Construction