Reviews and Problems with Lowepro SlipLock Pouch 50 AW
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Excellent clip-on for any belt
Phil, B&H Photo
7 July 2008
Summary: Very good for carrying lens or other items and accessories. Has the AW (all weather cover) for pull out when needed. Could have an interior slot or other and it would be perfect. You need to put in some extra cushioning if carrying a lens as it would likely move about in the pouch otherwise. Fits regular dress belt well and also fits Lowepro sliplock belt. Would likely work well on just about any belt.
Summary: I picked up this case for my SB800 flash. Fits nicely, I tend to store it with the head in shooting position with the foot on the shoe since I use it off-cam mostly. I like the fact I can stick it on my belt (my regular belt, not the S/F belt) quickly and it's fairly secure. It's a bit pricey, but very well made and will be used a lot. I have a bunch of Lowepro S/F stuff and it's a welcome addition to the kit.
Summary: Typical Lowepro, this product is very well constructed. I'm not sure a pouch of this size needs an all-weather cover, but it has it anyway. This is very well padded. It is a bit bulky for my taste, but I would defiantly use it in rough conditions. Big enough for a Nikon SB-800, a ton of Cokin P series Filters, maybe a smallish lens (50mm or a bit bigger), or a small DV video camera.