• Lowepro LP36899PWW Slingshot Edge 250 AW - A Secure, Slim, Smart and Protective Sling for a Compact DSLR or DJI Mavic Pro/Mavic Pro Platinum,Black,9.06 x 4.72 x 8.27 in
  • Lowepro LP36899PWW Slingshot Edge 250 AW - A Secure, Slim, Smart and Protective Sling for a Compact DSLR or DJI Mavic Pro/Mavic Pro Platinum,Black,9.06 x 4.72 x 8.27 in
  • Lowepro LP36899PWW Slingshot Edge 250 AW - A Secure, Slim, Smart and Protective Sling for a Compact DSLR or DJI Mavic Pro/Mavic Pro Platinum,Black,9.06 x 4.72 x 8.27 in
  • Lowepro LP36899PWW Slingshot Edge 250 AW - A Secure, Slim, Smart and Protective Sling for a Compact DSLR or DJI Mavic Pro/Mavic Pro Platinum,Black,9.06 x 4.72 x 8.27 in
  • Lowepro LP36899PWW Slingshot Edge 250 AW - A Secure, Slim, Smart and Protective Sling for a Compact DSLR or DJI Mavic Pro/Mavic Pro Platinum,Black,9.06 x 4.72 x 8.27 in
  • Lowepro LP36899PWW Slingshot Edge 250 AW - A Secure, Slim, Smart and Protective Sling for a Compact DSLR or DJI Mavic Pro/Mavic Pro Platinum,Black,9.06 x 4.72 x 8.27 in
  • Lowepro LP36899PWW Slingshot Edge 250 AW - A Secure, Slim, Smart and Protective Sling for a Compact DSLR or DJI Mavic Pro/Mavic Pro Platinum,Black,9.06 x 4.72 x 8.27 in
  • Lowepro LP36899PWW Slingshot Edge 250 AW - A Secure, Slim, Smart and Protective Sling for a Compact DSLR or DJI Mavic Pro/Mavic Pro Platinum,Black,9.06 x 4.72 x 8.27 in
  • Lowepro LP36899PWW Slingshot Edge 250 AW - A Secure, Slim, Smart and Protective Sling for a Compact DSLR or DJI Mavic Pro/Mavic Pro Platinum,Black,9.06 x 4.72 x 8.27 in
  • Lowepro LP36899PWW Slingshot Edge 250 AW - A Secure, Slim, Smart and Protective Sling for a Compact DSLR or DJI Mavic Pro/Mavic Pro Platinum,Black,9.06 x 4.72 x 8.27 in
  • Lowepro LP36899PWW Slingshot Edge 250 AW - A Secure, Slim, Smart and Protective Sling for a Compact DSLR or DJI Mavic Pro/Mavic Pro Platinum,Black,9.06 x 4.72 x 8.27 in
Lowepro LP36899PWW Slingshot Edge 250 AW - A Secure, Slim, Smart and Protective Sling for a Compact DSLR or DJI Mavic Pro/Mavic Pro Platinum,Black,9.06 x 4.72 x 8.27 in
Lowepro LP36899PWW Slingshot Edge 250 AW - A Secure, Slim, Smart and Protective Sling for a Compact DSLR or DJI Mavic Pro/Mavic Pro Platinum,Black,9.06 x 4.72 x 8.27 in
Lowepro LP36899PWW Slingshot Edge 250 AW - A Secure, Slim, Smart and Protective Sling for a Compact DSLR or DJI Mavic Pro/Mavic Pro Platinum,Black,9.06 x 4.72 x 8.27 in
Lowepro LP36899PWW Slingshot Edge 250 AW - A Secure, Slim, Smart and Protective Sling for a Compact DSLR or DJI Mavic Pro/Mavic Pro Platinum,Black,9.06 x 4.72 x 8.27 in
Lowepro LP36899PWW Slingshot Edge 250 AW - A Secure, Slim, Smart and Protective Sling for a Compact DSLR or DJI Mavic Pro/Mavic Pro Platinum,Black,9.06 x 4.72 x 8.27 in
Lowepro LP36899PWW Slingshot Edge 250 AW - A Secure, Slim, Smart and Protective Sling for a Compact DSLR or DJI Mavic Pro/Mavic Pro Platinum,Black,9.06 x 4.72 x 8.27 in
Lowepro LP36899PWW Slingshot Edge 250 AW - A Secure, Slim, Smart and Protective Sling for a Compact DSLR or DJI Mavic Pro/Mavic Pro Platinum,Black,9.06 x 4.72 x 8.27 in
Lowepro LP36899PWW Slingshot Edge 250 AW - A Secure, Slim, Smart and Protective Sling for a Compact DSLR or DJI Mavic Pro/Mavic Pro Platinum,Black,9.06 x 4.72 x 8.27 in
Lowepro LP36899PWW Slingshot Edge 250 AW - A Secure, Slim, Smart and Protective Sling for a Compact DSLR or DJI Mavic Pro/Mavic Pro Platinum,Black,9.06 x 4.72 x 8.27 in
Lowepro LP36899PWW Slingshot Edge 250 AW - A Secure, Slim, Smart and Protective Sling for a Compact DSLR or DJI Mavic Pro/Mavic Pro Platinum,Black,9.06 x 4.72 x 8.27 in
Lowepro LP36899PWW Slingshot Edge 250 AW - A Secure, Slim, Smart and Protective Sling for a Compact DSLR or DJI Mavic Pro/Mavic Pro Platinum,Black,9.06 x 4.72 x 8.27 in

Lowepro LP36899PWW Slingshot Edge 250 AW - A Secure, Slim, Smart and Protective Sling for a Compact DSLR or DJI Mavic Pro/Mavic Pro Platinum,Black,9.06 x 4.72 x 8.27 in

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  • Fits Compact DSLR with attached lens (such as Canon Rebel T6i with 18-200mm f/3.5-5.6).Personal gear such as compact tripod, headlphones, smartphone, keys, wallet, sunglasses and small accessories. The Slingshot Edge 250 AW also fits the DJI Mavic Pro drone
  • Designed for smooth operation and extra security. Rotate sling to front, unzip side-access pocket and grab kit to shoot.
  • Get protection for your photo and personal gear inside and out
  • Keep your favorite devices with you! A separate, Cradle Fit TM pocket keeps your tablet safe from impact. Tablet Compartment Dimensions- 19.5 x 2 x 23 cm(7.6 x 0.78 x 9.05 Inches)
  • Sling includes two removable straps with quick-release buckles for adding capacity.Internal Dimensions: 23 x 12 x 21 cm (9.06 x 4.72 x 8.27 in)

Customer Reviews

This fits in nicely with that group I got this as a lightweight walk-around / "throw in the car" bag when on the move. Sometimes you never know what photo op will present itself. I have several other bags including a Case-Logic backpack, a Thinktank Retro 50 and a larger Lowepro 450AW backpack. This fits in nicely with that group. I have it set up now for the main camera compartment to hold my Nikon D750 with a Nikon 28-300 w/o battery grip, and a Sigma 105mm macro. In the upper compartment I have a YN568ex flash and a Nikon 20mm 1.8 and a 50mm 1.4. In the smaller pouches I have some rechargeable AA batteries and extra camera battery, lens cloth, blower. In the front zip compartment I have a YN trigger and receiver and large Flashbender as well as a Syrp varialbe ND and a Hoya circular polarizing filter. Sometimes I'll strap the Gorillapod Focus / Ballhead X in the tripod mount.I'm AMAZED this will hold all of that gear in such a tiny package, and it still seems very light and portable. I feel I can take this little pack almost anywhere and be prepared for some amazing shots.The build is very good. the layout is well thought out for the most part. I wish there were a few more options to layout the camera portion of the bag with the dividers but it's easily doable. I also wish they'd have put a web pouch on both sides of the outer part of the bag. I also wish the upper part of the bag could open completely and fold back over if wanted. That would make it easier to get things out of the bottom of that section rather than having to take everything out to get to the bottom of it. I know a big draw of this bag is the size and compactness (which I also love), however I do wish I could have the option of putting the camera with a 70-200 in it if wanted. I know it would make the bag slightly wider, but it wouldn't take much to make it work.Don't let those minor negatives detract from the fact this is an awesome and super useful bag! I highly recommend it. Messenger/Shoulder bags have their place and backpacks have theirs, but this little bag is a great compromise between both. I love it! 4Excellent bag very good materials workmanship it's very superb Excellent bag very good materials workmanship it's very superb. love it. I fit a d500 with a 24-120mm and a 300mm f4 lenses If it was a backpack instead of sling it would be perfect for well balance load.Hopefully this helps.Thanks 5Excellent bag, but a bit smaller than expected I own three other Lowepro cases for various travel situations, but I was attracted to the Slingshot Edge 250 for an upcoming trip to China where there are severe intra-country weight restrictions for carryon gear (11 lbs). I needed a case that would hold my camera, two lenses, my tablet, and some emergency toiletries and underware/socks. This case works but just barely.What is great about this case? Quality materials and workmanship. Terrific protective padding for expensive camera gear. Only six inches thick, so case is very slim to wear. The slingshot style (as opposed to a backpack with dual straps), is convenient and gets around some museum and public venue restrictions on backpacks. Fits under most airline seats.What am I able to stuff into the case? A Canon 80D with an attached 18-135mm lens with a lens hood in a reverse position, a 28mm prime lens with hood, Canon charger and battery, 2 spare SD cards, small wired microphone, a Samsung 9.7 inch tablet, a ziplock bag with minimal toiletries, 2 pair of underware and light weight socks, and car keys. Externally, case allows for a compact tripod and a bottle of water. That's it. Case is maxed out. There is no room for a third lens or external flash. Wireless microphone system? Forget it. Be aware that the 9.7 tablet just barely fits. I doubt a larger tablet would fit.If these space limits meet your needs, as they do mine, I can enthusiastically recommend this case. If you have a full frame camera you might find this case is too small due to the shallow depth. I've attached a picture of the camera compartment so you can see what it looks like with gear in it. 5Lower Slingshot Edge 250 Great smaller sling case. I absolutely hate traditional 2 strap backpacks, so I was anxious to try this 1 strap sling bag. It's comfortable to wear and easily swings off your back to your side for easy access to the camera. Adjustable velcro dividers provide some customization of the padded interior compartment. When walking around and not knowing what I'm going to shoot, I usually keep a 24 - 120mm f/4 on my D810. I store this in the main compartment which doesn't provide much room in the compartments to either side of the lens since this is a larger diameter lens. As an aside, the camera will not fit if you have the external battery grip installed. I was able to keep my Nikon 50mm in one of those compartments but since I switched to the Sigma Art 50mm I have to keep that larger lens in the upper compartment. You can easily fit extra batteries, filters and other small stuff in the camera compartment but larger gear like a speedlight in the top compartment. Access to the top compartment requires the bag to be removed from your body. With some smart planning, this bag can be a great item when tons of gear are not needed. Quality construction and an included and attached rain cover make this a great choice. 5Great Bag, flawed by really important minute details Lowepro bagI really like this bag as a bag. A lot actually. But I m not sure what Lowepro was thinking when designing the camera section. It might work great for SLR s but for mirrorless, there s a lot of wasted space.In the first pic, the red line shows the end of the Velcro. So all the space to the right cannot be segmented. So the 2nd pic shows how much space is left when my Fuji X-E3 is occupying it.You might be asking why don t I just put it in another smaller area? Well, the point of the side zip part is that I can unzip the side without taking off the pack. So if I don t put the camera in that section, I can t utilize that specific feature of the bag which is a deal breaker for me.I don t understand why they just didn t make the whole interior felt so this wouldn t be a problem. The 30 dollar amazon basic pack is. if you look at the 3rd picture, the blue dividers are pretty much unchangeable given the Velcro locations.Long story short, simple design flaws reduces the usefulness by quite a bit. 3Top Notch Mirrorless Pack This very quickly became my favorite pack I have ever use for photography.Highlights: Build quality is on the good side for a pack. Not quite as good as Tenba but good. Size is perfect for my setup: Olympus EM1 (mirrorless), two larger zoom m43 lenses and two smaller prime m43 lenses. Batteries, charger, straps. And that's just the bottom. Top holds my iPad Mini and other tech junk. Front pocket is good for wires and cleaning stuff. Overall the comfort level is good. The extra body strap is helpful for when you're really walking far or aggressively (jog, climbing, etc). There's a built in rain cover! These usually get lost since companies expect you to carry them around separate. 5Terrifically well-designed professional-level carry-on camera bag. This is a very well-designed, pro-level bag that's worth every penny.Just got back from a two-plus-week European excursion and used this bag as my flight carry-on and day-pack throughout the trip. Perfect fit for my DSLR with its 18-55mm zoom, 75-300mm zoom lens, 55mm std. lens, dual battery charger, and extra batteries. Liked the handy pockets for extra SIM chips, but wish one of them was big enough to put a battery in for quicker, easier access. The front-most pocket, which runs almost the full length of the bag, has a surprising amount of room and pockets for pens, and other small essentials, as well as a lanyard for keys or penlight. I was able to put a packable rain coat in here with just a little effort. The larger bag opening, while short, has plenty of room for noise-cancelling headphones, a decent-sized padded tablet pocket, and a zippered pouch for documents. There's a nice elastic and mesh side-pocket big enough for a 16 oz. water bottle.While all of that thoughtfully-designed storage is great, it functioned even better. The zippers and closures are sturdy, the padding is good, and it's very comfortable to wear across your shoulder on your back or to move to the front when accessing the camera, sitting down, or in crowds where the possibility of a snatch-and-grab might exist. Camera access is easy and relatively quick: just slide the bag to your chest, open the side flap, pull out the camera, and start shooting.Kudos to Lowepro! 5I wanted a travel bag that didn t look like a turtle shell on my back and didn t leave ... Just received bag today. I have a Panasonic gx-8 m43 mirrorless camera. I wanted a travel bag that didn t look like a turtle shell on my back and didn t leave my camera swimming inside. So far this seems great in that regard. It even fits with 100-300mm lens attached (see pictures). So many camera bags look huge and bulky. This one looks nice and not overly obvious that it s a camera bag.Pros:-Seems comfortable so far but haven t taken on any hikes yet.-Perfect for small slr or mirrorless camera.-Enough room for substantial zoom and additional lenses.-Has room on the outside for tripod or monopod without blocking access to bag. My mono pod Altura Photo 62-Inch Camera Monopod - Ultra Portable, Heavy Duty Design for Canon, Nikon and Sony-Seems well built and should be durable.-Includes rain cover which is tethered to bag.Cons:-The front most compartment is deep and narrow. I see no reason for this design flaw. There is room for a much wider compartment. And dare I say could have fit 13 laptop if they wanted.-Could do with way more pockets. When you are talking about smaller bags, more pockets built into the flaps and inside compartments would be useful. However I was still able to organize ok.-There are two little squares of reflective on the bag and yet they covered them with material. What little sliver remains is inevitably covered with the included loops/clips and/or tripod/monopod. You can t even see them on the companies included pictures because the clips cover them. ???Ultimately I would recommend this bag. I just think it could have been even better! 4Comfortable Convenient camera bag for biking and or hiking with your favorite gear. I really like this bag. I can carry my full size DSLR (Nikon D700), a 28-70 lens a 70-300 lens and remote trigger (see photo) with either lens attached to the camera. It might be possible to substitute a flash for the remote trigger, but it would be tight. This is a moot point for me as I use this bag when hiking / biking, and under those circumstances, I find the pop-up flash on my camera to be adequate in those instances where flash is required at all. If I did need to carry a flash, I would put it in the top portion of the bag which in my case is generally empty.I will withhold judgement on the tripod holder until I have a tripod that is appropriate for this type of travel. My current 'small' tripod - an older Manfroto 3001 - is a little long at 25", a little heavy at 5.2lbs and way too top-heavy with its fixed head that accounts for about half it's weight.To wear this sling, you orient so the bag will be behind you, feed your LEFT arm through the strap and maneuver the strap over your head so it rests on your RIGHT shoulder. The ends are sewn to the corners of the bag, so this it cannot be switched.With the camera portion of the bag loaded, the weight is distributed so I hardly notice it. The bag can then be swung to your front exposing the opening for the camera compartment of the bag. Very handy. I use this bag when biking, and when riding I prefer the bag to be snug to my back. This is easily achieved by fastening the smaller chest strap to the smaller chest with the attached buckle.I have yet to take a spill while wearing this bag, but am confident that if that happens the bag will protect my gear. About 25 years ago, while backpacking, I fell with a Lowe-Pro gadget bag attached to the back of my 40 lb backpack and landed, of course, on my back. It was a fall of 6-8 feet, and my backpack and gadget bag absorbed the shock, so I was unhurt. My gadget bag got the worst of it, so I was concerned that my gear would all be scrap. None of it was damaged. Since then I have trusted only Lowe-Pro to protect my gear.BTW: This review was unsolicited. 5Great bag for the amatuer photographer Before traveling to Iceland I needed to get a camera bag that could withstand the extreme conditions that is indicative of the weather there. I had narrowed it down to this bag and the Lowepro Slingshot 202. I went with this bag and was extremely happy with my decision, I took this thing in glaciers, ice caves, volcano caves, boats, hiking, and just general city commuting in all sort of weather and it was comfortable, convenient, and protected all my camera gear. I am more of a camera hobbyist, right now I shoot with a Canon Rebel series camera and that is probably the target demographic for this bag. If you are intent on carrying 4 or more lenses and rapidly switching them out, I would look elsewhere.In the main compartment I could comfortably fit three of my lenses: a telephoto lens, fixed wide angle lense, and a kit wide angle zoom lens, as well as the power adapter all in the main compartment. Instead of storing the power adapter in that compartment you could probably swap it out for your external camera flash. There is also a small pouch area to store extra sd cards.The second largest compartment is a good size. I used this bag as my carry on luggage with a tripod attached, and in addition to the lens cleaning kit I store in this compartment I was also able to comfortable keep my sunglasses, keys, headphones, extra batteries, and portable phone charging station.The smallest compartment is right in the center of the bag. This zippered pocket is super deep so I was able to keep a micro fiber towel and various important documents in there. It also has a convenient clip to store your keys on as well as as some small sewn in pockets to store things like pens, or small flashlights.I love how quickly and secure I can attach a tripod to the bag and even with that added weight the bag was still comfortable and didn't have any pressure points.The cross body strap system takes some getting use to, but it does come in handy as a stabilization tool when taking pics. You can just slide this bag across your body and the access pocket for the camera is right in front of you. After you get your camera you can put your elbows on the bag for stability. I was able to take clean crisp pictures with long shutter times using this technique.I have shoulder problems so lifting the bag above my head to position the diagonal strap properly was a bit of a problem, what I really like about this bag is I was able to unhook the main strap put the back pack on my back and snap it back into place. I also love how sleek it looks, other camera bags if they aren't full of stuff tend to sag in some areas and pinch, this one always looks sleek which is a blessing when trying to make your way through congested areas. Also love that it has a waterproof protection cover that hides away in a pocket at the base of the bag. It is permanently attached to the bag as well, which is awesome as I've lost a countless number of those covers. 5
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Description
  • Fits Compact DSLR with attached lens (such as Canon Rebel T6i with 18-200mm f/3.5-5.6).Personal gear such as compact tripod, headlphones, smartphone, keys, wallet, sunglasses and small accessories. The Slingshot Edge 250 AW also fits the DJI Mavic Pro drone
  • Designed for smooth operation and extra security. Rotate sling to front, unzip side-access pocket and grab kit to shoot.
  • Get protection for your photo and personal gear inside and out
  • Keep your favorite devices with you! A separate, Cradle Fit TM pocket keeps your tablet safe from impact. Tablet Compartment Dimensions- 19.5 x 2 x 23 cm(7.6 x 0.78 x 9.05 Inches)
  • Sling includes two removable straps with quick-release buckles for adding capacity.Internal Dimensions: 23 x 12 x 21 cm (9.06 x 4.72 x 8.27 in)
Reviews

Customer Reviews

This fits in nicely with that group I got this as a lightweight walk-around / "throw in the car" bag when on the move. Sometimes you never know what photo op will present itself. I have several other bags including a Case-Logic backpack, a Thinktank Retro 50 and a larger Lowepro 450AW backpack. This fits in nicely with that group. I have it set up now for the main camera compartment to hold my Nikon D750 with a Nikon 28-300 w/o battery grip, and a Sigma 105mm macro. In the upper compartment I have a YN568ex flash and a Nikon 20mm 1.8 and a 50mm 1.4. In the smaller pouches I have some rechargeable AA batteries and extra camera battery, lens cloth, blower. In the front zip compartment I have a YN trigger and receiver and large Flashbender as well as a Syrp varialbe ND and a Hoya circular polarizing filter. Sometimes I'll strap the Gorillapod Focus / Ballhead X in the tripod mount.I'm AMAZED this will hold all of that gear in such a tiny package, and it still seems very light and portable. I feel I can take this little pack almost anywhere and be prepared for some amazing shots.The build is very good. the layout is well thought out for the most part. I wish there were a few more options to layout the camera portion of the bag with the dividers but it's easily doable. I also wish they'd have put a web pouch on both sides of the outer part of the bag. I also wish the upper part of the bag could open completely and fold back over if wanted. That would make it easier to get things out of the bottom of that section rather than having to take everything out to get to the bottom of it. I know a big draw of this bag is the size and compactness (which I also love), however I do wish I could have the option of putting the camera with a 70-200 in it if wanted. I know it would make the bag slightly wider, but it wouldn't take much to make it work.Don't let those minor negatives detract from the fact this is an awesome and super useful bag! I highly recommend it. Messenger/Shoulder bags have their place and backpacks have theirs, but this little bag is a great compromise between both. I love it! 4Excellent bag very good materials workmanship it's very superb Excellent bag very good materials workmanship it's very superb. love it. I fit a d500 with a 24-120mm and a 300mm f4 lenses If it was a backpack instead of sling it would be perfect for well balance load.Hopefully this helps.Thanks 5Excellent bag, but a bit smaller than expected I own three other Lowepro cases for various travel situations, but I was attracted to the Slingshot Edge 250 for an upcoming trip to China where there are severe intra-country weight restrictions for carryon gear (11 lbs). I needed a case that would hold my camera, two lenses, my tablet, and some emergency toiletries and underware/socks. This case works but just barely.What is great about this case? Quality materials and workmanship. Terrific protective padding for expensive camera gear. Only six inches thick, so case is very slim to wear. The slingshot style (as opposed to a backpack with dual straps), is convenient and gets around some museum and public venue restrictions on backpacks. Fits under most airline seats.What am I able to stuff into the case? A Canon 80D with an attached 18-135mm lens with a lens hood in a reverse position, a 28mm prime lens with hood, Canon charger and battery, 2 spare SD cards, small wired microphone, a Samsung 9.7 inch tablet, a ziplock bag with minimal toiletries, 2 pair of underware and light weight socks, and car keys. Externally, case allows for a compact tripod and a bottle of water. That's it. Case is maxed out. There is no room for a third lens or external flash. Wireless microphone system? Forget it. Be aware that the 9.7 tablet just barely fits. I doubt a larger tablet would fit.If these space limits meet your needs, as they do mine, I can enthusiastically recommend this case. If you have a full frame camera you might find this case is too small due to the shallow depth. I've attached a picture of the camera compartment so you can see what it looks like with gear in it. 5Lower Slingshot Edge 250 Great smaller sling case. I absolutely hate traditional 2 strap backpacks, so I was anxious to try this 1 strap sling bag. It's comfortable to wear and easily swings off your back to your side for easy access to the camera. Adjustable velcro dividers provide some customization of the padded interior compartment. When walking around and not knowing what I'm going to shoot, I usually keep a 24 - 120mm f/4 on my D810. I store this in the main compartment which doesn't provide much room in the compartments to either side of the lens since this is a larger diameter lens. As an aside, the camera will not fit if you have the external battery grip installed. I was able to keep my Nikon 50mm in one of those compartments but since I switched to the Sigma Art 50mm I have to keep that larger lens in the upper compartment. You can easily fit extra batteries, filters and other small stuff in the camera compartment but larger gear like a speedlight in the top compartment. Access to the top compartment requires the bag to be removed from your body. With some smart planning, this bag can be a great item when tons of gear are not needed. Quality construction and an included and attached rain cover make this a great choice. 5Great Bag, flawed by really important minute details Lowepro bagI really like this bag as a bag. A lot actually. But I m not sure what Lowepro was thinking when designing the camera section. It might work great for SLR s but for mirrorless, there s a lot of wasted space.In the first pic, the red line shows the end of the Velcro. So all the space to the right cannot be segmented. So the 2nd pic shows how much space is left when my Fuji X-E3 is occupying it.You might be asking why don t I just put it in another smaller area? Well, the point of the side zip part is that I can unzip the side without taking off the pack. So if I don t put the camera in that section, I can t utilize that specific feature of the bag which is a deal breaker for me.I don t understand why they just didn t make the whole interior felt so this wouldn t be a problem. The 30 dollar amazon basic pack is. if you look at the 3rd picture, the blue dividers are pretty much unchangeable given the Velcro locations.Long story short, simple design flaws reduces the usefulness by quite a bit. 3Top Notch Mirrorless Pack This very quickly became my favorite pack I have ever use for photography.Highlights: Build quality is on the good side for a pack. Not quite as good as Tenba but good. Size is perfect for my setup: Olympus EM1 (mirrorless), two larger zoom m43 lenses and two smaller prime m43 lenses. Batteries, charger, straps. And that's just the bottom. Top holds my iPad Mini and other tech junk. Front pocket is good for wires and cleaning stuff. Overall the comfort level is good. The extra body strap is helpful for when you're really walking far or aggressively (jog, climbing, etc). There's a built in rain cover! These usually get lost since companies expect you to carry them around separate. 5Terrifically well-designed professional-level carry-on camera bag. This is a very well-designed, pro-level bag that's worth every penny.Just got back from a two-plus-week European excursion and used this bag as my flight carry-on and day-pack throughout the trip. Perfect fit for my DSLR with its 18-55mm zoom, 75-300mm zoom lens, 55mm std. lens, dual battery charger, and extra batteries. Liked the handy pockets for extra SIM chips, but wish one of them was big enough to put a battery in for quicker, easier access. The front-most pocket, which runs almost the full length of the bag, has a surprising amount of room and pockets for pens, and other small essentials, as well as a lanyard for keys or penlight. I was able to put a packable rain coat in here with just a little effort. The larger bag opening, while short, has plenty of room for noise-cancelling headphones, a decent-sized padded tablet pocket, and a zippered pouch for documents. There's a nice elastic and mesh side-pocket big enough for a 16 oz. water bottle.While all of that thoughtfully-designed storage is great, it functioned even better. The zippers and closures are sturdy, the padding is good, and it's very comfortable to wear across your shoulder on your back or to move to the front when accessing the camera, sitting down, or in crowds where the possibility of a snatch-and-grab might exist. Camera access is easy and relatively quick: just slide the bag to your chest, open the side flap, pull out the camera, and start shooting.Kudos to Lowepro! 5I wanted a travel bag that didn t look like a turtle shell on my back and didn t leave ... Just received bag today. I have a Panasonic gx-8 m43 mirrorless camera. I wanted a travel bag that didn t look like a turtle shell on my back and didn t leave my camera swimming inside. So far this seems great in that regard. It even fits with 100-300mm lens attached (see pictures). So many camera bags look huge and bulky. This one looks nice and not overly obvious that it s a camera bag.Pros:-Seems comfortable so far but haven t taken on any hikes yet.-Perfect for small slr or mirrorless camera.-Enough room for substantial zoom and additional lenses.-Has room on the outside for tripod or monopod without blocking access to bag. My mono pod Altura Photo 62-Inch Camera Monopod - Ultra Portable, Heavy Duty Design for Canon, Nikon and Sony-Seems well built and should be durable.-Includes rain cover which is tethered to bag.Cons:-The front most compartment is deep and narrow. I see no reason for this design flaw. There is room for a much wider compartment. And dare I say could have fit 13 laptop if they wanted.-Could do with way more pockets. When you are talking about smaller bags, more pockets built into the flaps and inside compartments would be useful. However I was still able to organize ok.-There are two little squares of reflective on the bag and yet they covered them with material. What little sliver remains is inevitably covered with the included loops/clips and/or tripod/monopod. You can t even see them on the companies included pictures because the clips cover them. ???Ultimately I would recommend this bag. I just think it could have been even better! 4Comfortable Convenient camera bag for biking and or hiking with your favorite gear. I really like this bag. I can carry my full size DSLR (Nikon D700), a 28-70 lens a 70-300 lens and remote trigger (see photo) with either lens attached to the camera. It might be possible to substitute a flash for the remote trigger, but it would be tight. This is a moot point for me as I use this bag when hiking / biking, and under those circumstances, I find the pop-up flash on my camera to be adequate in those instances where flash is required at all. If I did need to carry a flash, I would put it in the top portion of the bag which in my case is generally empty.I will withhold judgement on the tripod holder until I have a tripod that is appropriate for this type of travel. My current 'small' tripod - an older Manfroto 3001 - is a little long at 25", a little heavy at 5.2lbs and way too top-heavy with its fixed head that accounts for about half it's weight.To wear this sling, you orient so the bag will be behind you, feed your LEFT arm through the strap and maneuver the strap over your head so it rests on your RIGHT shoulder. The ends are sewn to the corners of the bag, so this it cannot be switched.With the camera portion of the bag loaded, the weight is distributed so I hardly notice it. The bag can then be swung to your front exposing the opening for the camera compartment of the bag. Very handy. I use this bag when biking, and when riding I prefer the bag to be snug to my back. This is easily achieved by fastening the smaller chest strap to the smaller chest with the attached buckle.I have yet to take a spill while wearing this bag, but am confident that if that happens the bag will protect my gear. About 25 years ago, while backpacking, I fell with a Lowe-Pro gadget bag attached to the back of my 40 lb backpack and landed, of course, on my back. It was a fall of 6-8 feet, and my backpack and gadget bag absorbed the shock, so I was unhurt. My gadget bag got the worst of it, so I was concerned that my gear would all be scrap. None of it was damaged. Since then I have trusted only Lowe-Pro to protect my gear.BTW: This review was unsolicited. 5Great bag for the amatuer photographer Before traveling to Iceland I needed to get a camera bag that could withstand the extreme conditions that is indicative of the weather there. I had narrowed it down to this bag and the Lowepro Slingshot 202. I went with this bag and was extremely happy with my decision, I took this thing in glaciers, ice caves, volcano caves, boats, hiking, and just general city commuting in all sort of weather and it was comfortable, convenient, and protected all my camera gear. I am more of a camera hobbyist, right now I shoot with a Canon Rebel series camera and that is probably the target demographic for this bag. If you are intent on carrying 4 or more lenses and rapidly switching them out, I would look elsewhere.In the main compartment I could comfortably fit three of my lenses: a telephoto lens, fixed wide angle lense, and a kit wide angle zoom lens, as well as the power adapter all in the main compartment. Instead of storing the power adapter in that compartment you could probably swap it out for your external camera flash. There is also a small pouch area to store extra sd cards.The second largest compartment is a good size. I used this bag as my carry on luggage with a tripod attached, and in addition to the lens cleaning kit I store in this compartment I was also able to comfortable keep my sunglasses, keys, headphones, extra batteries, and portable phone charging station.The smallest compartment is right in the center of the bag. This zippered pocket is super deep so I was able to keep a micro fiber towel and various important documents in there. It also has a convenient clip to store your keys on as well as as some small sewn in pockets to store things like pens, or small flashlights.I love how quickly and secure I can attach a tripod to the bag and even with that added weight the bag was still comfortable and didn't have any pressure points.The cross body strap system takes some getting use to, but it does come in handy as a stabilization tool when taking pics. You can just slide this bag across your body and the access pocket for the camera is right in front of you. After you get your camera you can put your elbows on the bag for stability. I was able to take clean crisp pictures with long shutter times using this technique.I have shoulder problems so lifting the bag above my head to position the diagonal strap properly was a bit of a problem, what I really like about this bag is I was able to unhook the main strap put the back pack on my back and snap it back into place. I also love how sleek it looks, other camera bags if they aren't full of stuff tend to sag in some areas and pinch, this one always looks sleek which is a blessing when trying to make your way through congested areas. Also love that it has a waterproof protection cover that hides away in a pocket at the base of the bag. It is permanently attached to the bag as well, which is awesome as I've lost a countless number of those covers. 5
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