Excerpt: The bag holds just what LowePro says it will hold and offers the flexibility f configuration as claimed. However it feels more like a fat messenger bag than a sling pack to me. It functions just as described in the product copy. But as a slim (in shape) guy with a 32-33 waist standing 5'9", this bag seems ungainly when on my back and unusually large. I decided to exchange it for the LowePro Transit Sling 250.
Pros: Capacity Matches Claims, Looks And Feels Well Made
Excerpt: I received a Adorama Slinger bag when I bought a tripod last year and I used it for sometime. I found it to be small and not very flexible in terms of configuring the insides. But I guess I should have expected it.<br />I was looking for a newer bag that I could carry my tablet along with several lenses, speedlight and or a another body that was flexible and comfortable to wear.<br />This bag hit the mark on every point for me.
Pros: Comfortable Strap, Compact, Durable, Good Protection, Lightweight
Excerpt: I have only had this bag about a week, but used it this weekend. Wore it for 6 hours and found it very comfortable. It held a 7D, 75-300, 17-40 lens along with battery grip, two filters and small first aid kit. Plenty of room, comfortable and keeps the camera very handy.
Pros: Comfortable Strap, Good Protection, Lightweight
Excerpt: The Lowepro Urban Sling 250 is just the right size for walking the streets and having my Nikon D7100 with zoom lens attached easily accessible. There is room for an additional lens and filters and extra accessories. The front zippered compartment is small but well organized. I only wish that the waist belt was a bit wider and able to ride my waist for taking more weight. All in all, this is nice pack for wandering around an entire day.