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    Lowepro 202 AW Slingbag
    06-14-2011
    91DHys30RBL_AA1500_
    Last review by JohnFrench
    09-06-2011 01:51 PM
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      Lowepro 202 AW Slingbag


      This is a vary versatile bag for on the go photography. Your camera can stay safe in the bag while you walk, hike, or bike, and with a quick snap of the quick release chest strap, your slingbag swings around from back to front. The quick access panel opens and presto, your camera is right in your hands ready to go. The rain shield is very durable and I have walked in a downpour with no moisture making it to the bag.

      There is enough room for a body with grip attached and a 55-300mm lens. I usually have my 18-55 attached, with the big zoom in a storage slot with a separator keeping the SB-700 from touching. I also carry my SB-600 and Series E 50mm lens in the other compartment in the main area. There is a nice notepad and pen storage on the outer part, and a small storage space at the top of the bag for various other items.




      Price (when new)
      $160 CAD / $119 USD
      Year Introduced
      2010


    Review of Product: Lowepro 202 AW Slingbag
    1. Senior Member
      Rating: 4

      Re: Lowepro 202 AW Slingbag

      I have one of these bags, bought early this past spring. It is a good bag, well made, and comfortable once the correct adjustments are made to the strap(s). The only issue I have is the camera section is not a snug fit for the camera, and does allow the camera to shift, but the padding is more than sufficient to protect it, as long as the bag is not abused with the contents in it. I carry a D3100 with the 18-55mm lens attached, and a 55-200mm lens in the bag, with the lens hood that comes with larger zoom lens. Although I am satisfied with the bag, I would something a little easier to use when switching lenses.
      D7100/7000/5100
      Tamron 16-300mm, Nikon 18-300mm,
      Sigma 150-500mm, Sigma 10-20mm
      Vanguard Alta Pro 263AT Tripod, SBH 100 Ball Head
          

    2. Senior Member
      Rating: 4

      Re: Lowepro 202 AW Slingbag

      I have been carrying the bag as described above all summer now and into the fall. I still like the bag, and have gotten used to changing lens on the go. It is holding up quite well.
      D7100/7000/5100
      Tamron 16-300mm, Nikon 18-300mm,
      Sigma 150-500mm, Sigma 10-20mm
      Vanguard Alta Pro 263AT Tripod, SBH 100 Ball Head
          



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