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Lowepro Slingshot 202 DSLR Sling Camera Bag
|Price:||$74.98 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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- Fits a DSLR with attached standard zoom lens, 3-4 extra lenses or flashes and accessories, a compact tripod or monopod and personal items. DSLR camera models that fit the Slingshot 202 AW include: Canon EOS Rebel SL1/T3/T3i/T5, Nikon D3200, Nikon D3300, Sony Alpha A5000 and Sony Alpha A6000.
- Original camera sling bag design allows for quick rotation from back to front to access your camera
- Hideaway Tripod MountTM system secures a compact tripod or monopod to side of the sling via foldout holder
- Patented, built-in All Weather AW Cover? protects your camera gear and personal items from the elements
- SlipLock attachment loops expand carrying capacity by adding compatible pouches, cases and bags
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|Item Dimensions||17.7 x 9.8 x 10 inches|
|Item Display Weight||900 grams|
|Item Weight||2.05 pounds|
|Manufacturer Warranty Description||Limited Lifetime|
|Shipping Weight||2.07 pounds|
From the Manufacturer
SlingShot 202 AW:
1. Original camera sling bag design
2. Increased volume throughout the sling
3. Easy-glide zippers
4. Main camera compartment with updated divider system
5. Hideaway Tripod Mount system
6. Ergonomic sling strap
7. SlipLock attachment loops
8. Two built-in memory card pockets
9. Repositioned, built-in microfiber cloth
Additional Features & Benefits:
Airline carry-on compatible
Top Customer Reviews
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After doing a lot or research on line and in store, I found the Slingshot line of bags. I chose the 202 because it was the smallest bag that would fit my camera with a mid range lens attached. My go-to setup is a Nikon D5000 with the 16-85mm lens. As small as this combination is, it won't fit in the 100 series bag unless you detach the lens first. I chose the 202 over the 200 because the 202 has a strap to carry a tripod built on to the side of the back pack.
**Update 11/12/10 - I recently purchased a Nikon 70-300 mm VR lens. The lower camera portion of the 202 will fit the equivilent of 1 DSLR and up to 4 Nikon 70-300mm VR lenses and still have enough room for a charger & spare battery. (I know there is no reason to carry 4 of the same lenses. I share this because it gives you a maximum point of reference.) The 70-300 lens attached to the camera will fit comfortably. The other 3 will fit, but tightly! The equipment I use most often is a D5000 DSLR, 12-24mm, 16-85mm, 70-300mm, 35mm F1.8 and an SB800 flash. You can comfortably carry one DSLR, any 4 of the above, and a battery charger & spare battery in the lower portion of the bag. There are still front and top zipper pockets for other gear and/or your lunch. - End of update.Read more ›
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I had been using the previous/original version of this sling bag, the Lowepro Slingshot 200 All Weather Backpack (Black), since 2006. For me, this is the perfect SlingShot size. The SlingShot 100/102 is too small for my needs, and while I also have the SlingShot 300 AW, I do not like how it sags too low down on my lower back regardless of how tight I try to adjust the straps to raise the bag up to ride higher on my back. So I only carry my SlingShot 300 AW if I really need to tote the extra amount of gear inside it.
This review is entirely written from the perspective of looking at what Lowepro improved upon compared to their original SlingShot 200 AW model. I have also uploaded 7 fully-annotated images to the 'View and share related images' Customer Images gallery that describe the side-by-side differences between the older SlingShot 200 and new SlingShot 202 models.
I noticed that Amazon currently still offers both the older SlingShot 200 AW model and the newer updated 202 AW model for about the same price. If both are similarly priced, get this 202 AW instead of the older-model 200 AW. If you currently have a Lowepro SlingShot 200 AW that is showing its wear after years of usage and wonder about switching to the new version, this updated 202 model offers a number of incremental improvements, but this is not a radical redesign of the 200 model, and that is a good thing since the original SlingShot 200 AW was quite good to begin with.Read more ›
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Because of these needs, the Slingshot series of bags appealed to me. For those unfamiliar with them, they have a unique design - they're a sling, which means that there is one shoulder strap. When you put the bag on your shoulder, it will hang at a canted angle across your back. Then, if you need to access your gear, you reach behind you and slide the bag around under your left arm so it comes to rest sitting across your belly. When you do this, it sits at a perfect horizontal angle, and there is a flap opening on what is now the "top" (the side, when it's on your back) of the bag. Unzipping the flap gives you access to the internal compartment. The flap is a "two position" opening - you can unzip just the side opening or continue opening the zippers all the way across the bag to access the full internal compartment. There are two fastex buckles to prevent you from accidentally opening it all the way, or to hold it from letting all your gear spill out in case you do. The internal compartment is made up of a series of movable panels which are secured with velcro and are easily customizable. I have arranged these dividers so that when the bag is in the "front" position, I can access my camera body with a lens mounted, and a second lens as well. The rest of the gear in the other internal compartments stays secured unless you unzip the opening all the way, which is best done with the bag on a flat surface.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My other Lowepro bag is a shoulder bag like a purse and I got annoyed with it flopping around everywhere I walked. It also isn't big enough to hold a tripod. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Doug
Got this bag this week for a trip. Watching the UTube videos has helped to get the perfect fit. It has a hidden waterproof bag that if I hadn't watched the video might not have... Read morePublished 10 days ago by Amazon Customer
I like everything about this backpack so far: it's not too bulky and rests comfortably on my back. I really love having easy access to my camera and lenses so I'm not rooting... Read morePublished 13 days ago by Kendra
Upgraded my old 1 lens and camera bag as I added 2 more lenses. Holds everything perfectly and isn't too big.Published 14 days ago by Ross
Perfect for my dslr with 200mm lens, 2 extra lenses, flash and a few other necessities. comfortable to wear and small enough that it doesn't get in the way.Published 18 days ago by Amazon Customer
Got as my personal item on overseas flight, lots of room for my small camera and I pad and other items. Used on sightseeing bus to store extra water and snacks. Read morePublished 21 days ago by tallblonde
Great bag. My Rebel T3 with auto focus 18-55 mm and 70-300 mm plus Tamron 70-300 mm with 2x converter fit in there nicely. Also room for extra battery and charger. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Novelist
I purchased this for my granddaughter for Christmas and she absolutely loves it. It is very well made and has room for all her gear and also phone and wallet so she only has to... Read morePublished 1 month ago by D. Jefferson