Reviews and Problems with Lowepro Transit Sling 150 AW
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rduMarc, B&H Photo
23 May 2015
Excerpt: Padding around equipment is good and construction is good. I wish it had a lower profile and I feel it sticks out a bit (the Think Tank slings are more sleek). But--it holds what I need and has room for incidentals so I suppose I need to accept a bit of bulk. I like the way it's configured.
Excerpt: Lowepro puts a lot of thought into the design of their bags! I spent and hour when it arrived investigating every aspect of the bag. Impressive. However, it did not have enough dividers and the ones it had created compartments too large for me to be comfortable putting my Olympus and Lens in the...
Pros: Durable, Easy to Use, Lightweight, Well designed
Excerpt: This camera bag fits all the things I need for a day out with my camera. I can take my gear, plus the essentials from my handbag so I only need one bag. I can comfortably walk with this for whatever distance necessary.
Excerpt: Price and quality can't be beat. This doesn't even begin to touch on the ease of use and excellent user friendly design. I don't think there was anything that was left out or overlooked. It is one of the best camera bags I have purchased in a long time.
Excerpt: This bag holds more than advertised. I easily fit a canon t2i with 18-55 kit lens attached, canon ef-s 55-250, and tamron 60 mm macro in the main camera compartment. Charger, extra batteries, remote shutter release, filters, and canon 430 exii flash in the top compartment.
Excerpt: I purchased this bag for my wife's new A77. She absolutely loves it. We have just one lens currently and are ysing the extra lens space for our old Canon camera. Thanks for making such a convenient bag. I love the side pocket access to the camera.
Excerpt: I used the bag during my holiday in New York and use has been continuous. 18 days touring the city and the State continually opening and closing the compartments. Comfortable, agile, light and very comfortable to hold. Recommended.