Reviews and Problems with Lowepro SlingShot 200 AW
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25 December 2011
Excerpt: As many here I am in pursuit of the perfect bag. With the addition of the K5 and an array of lenses I wanted something larger than the holster-style case I had been using regularly. The Vanguard 43 has a few drawbacks to it, so I went in pursuit of another bag.
Pros: Well made, sliplock compatible, roomy, well designed
Excerpt: This camera bag was originally purchased to carry my Nikon D90 DSLR Camera. It was costly at around $100.00, but it was well worth the investment. It now carries my digital camera, dvd camcorder, binoculars, and all the charging cords that go along with these devices. So …
Summary: The thing that absolutely amazed me when I initially saw this bag was the 'sling' option, wherein I could access my camera and gear by "slinging" the bag around my body and grab my camera. No need to take the bag off your body!!!
Excerpt: I own numerous camera bags of all styles including the big brother to this one, Slingshot 300AW. The Slingshot200AW is definitely my most used bag for hikes and location shoots. The sling style is really convenient when there is no surface anywhere for changing lenses or setting things down; you...
Pros: perfect size, dividers can be rearranged, weather cover
Cons: dark interior not as good as a light interior for visibility
Summary: My Tamrac (sub-compact) bag JUST for my Canon XSi (kit) wasn't cutting it. It's a nice little bag but it didn't have much cushioning and only an itty-bitty pocket in the front. Which is why I invested in this Slingshot 100.
This bag makes me feel like I can take my camera anywhere!
Summary: I bought this bag principally because I wanted a set-up that would make it easy to change lenses -- with my previous lenses-in-padded-cases-in-my-backpack set-up, I had to stop, take off my bag, find a flat enough surface to work on (so lenses don't fall over and get damaged), and then juggle two...