The Urban Photo Sling series features a profile lending itself to three comfortable and secure wearing options: at the front, back or to the side. The design was specially constructed to make it easy to shift positions while on the move.
Thoughtful storage details are featured throughout the design. A dedicated, padded compartment provides protective space for an iPad or other tablet-style computer. A zippered front accessory pocket offers easy access to personal items. And side pockets provide grab-and-go access to a lens cap, filter, metro ticket or other small items.
Two loading options add to the versatility of the sling. A photographer can load it from the top for easy access or with the front panel fully open for maximum organization. The interior features a padded and adjustable divider system for custom organization of gear.
Additional features include: an interior keeper strap to safeguard lenses and accessories; a tuckaway waistbelt for stability, comfort and security; a contoured, mesh-covered top flap that serves as a moisture barrier; plus a built-in pocket to keep spare memory within easy reach.
The Urban Photo Sling 250 fits up to a Pro DSLR without grip, with an attached 70-200mm lens; 2 extra lenses or a flash and 1 lens; a tablet; the side pocket fits a water bottle or small tripod; accessories and personal items.
The Lowepro Sling 250 is commonly used for Daily transport, Travel and more.The Lowepro Sling 250 is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Photo enthusiast, Pro photographer, Semi-pro photographer among others.The Lowepro Sling 250 is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Lowepro Sling 250: Comfortable strap, Compact, Durable, Easy to use, Good protection and Lightweight
Most Liked Positive Review
Love this bag.
Holds all my gear and great price on sale.
Most Liked Negative Review
This bag came "free" with a Nikon D4 body purchase, only it isnt really designed for a pro body. The bag is lightweight. The single strap is only allows you to carry on one side of your body, cannot change sides if you get tired. Rain cover does not come off, has awkward clips that get in the way. Zippers are low quality and are difficult to close. It this bag was under $50 it might be worth it for a student. I ended up buying a Think Tank bag and so glad I did... Miles apart in quality. Sk...View full Review
This bag came "free" with a Nikon D4 body purchase, only it isnt really designed for a pro body. The bag is lightweight. The single strap is only allows you to carry on one side of your body, cannot change sides if you get tired. Rain cover does not come off, has awkward clips that get in the way. Zippers are low quality and are difficult to close. It this bag was under $50 it might be worth it for a student. I ended up buying a Think Tank bag and so glad I did... Miles apart in quality. Skip this bag and go with something from Think Tank.
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Even ad said DSLR with no grip, it fits 7D with grip mounted 17-55 2.8, 70-200 II, and room for one 50 1.4. It is very comfortable wearing for a few hours. The best feature of this bag is the ease of changing lenses, better than my Slingshot 302. Since I am using the grip, zippers needed to pull down further to get the camera out, it does take an extra effort when closing. I still use the Slingshot 302 the most and this one when travel lighter. Manprotto bumble bee became another storage staying in the house 99% of the time.
Holds all my gear and great price on sale.
I bought it specifically because I wanted a bag I could access easily with my 70 - 200 attached. This does the trick. I am using that lens more now that I don't have to attach it every time. I used to use a back pack style but couldn't access it w/o taking it off. Not convenient in the field. Not to mention the price! Compared to some others this was a steal.
I was looking for a small bag for quick trips that would fit my Canon 5D Mark III with 24-105mm lens and room for the Canon 70-200 f2.8 L II. This is just what I needed. The side straps stay clipped and the top can be unzipped if all I need to do is grab my camera out without worrying about other equipment falling out. I can configure the internal padding to accommodate the body with either the 24-107 attached or the 70-200 attached depending on need. With these two lenses I still have a small compartment for fresh batteries, a cable release, memory cards or other small items. I still have my big Lowepro for when I want to carry everything but this works great for those times when you are walking around and don't need much with you.
This is a good sling bag for DSLR with typical kit lens and a couple of small and mid size lenses. My new Tamron 15-30mm is just a bit big for this bag. However, it is hard to zip at times perhaps I am still trying to get use to the sling bag.
This is the example of a very useful urban bag for digital cameras with attached 70 to 200 lenses and spare lenses for daily carry on activities. Price is unbeatable very very happy!!!!!!! Thank you Adorama
I bought this to carry minimum stuff. It is a little bigger than I expected, but organizes well. Very light weight.
A good size for short hikes or when you don't need to carry much gear. Construction appears to be quite good. As others have said, the Achille's heel to this bag is the poorly designed zippers. They are very hard to get around the top corners. Hopefully they will loosen up over time, assuming I use the bag enough to find out.
Use this product so I do not have to carry a large back pack when I am on a short hike or street shooting, Pack is great except for one minor annoyance. The strap is too wide and tends to rub high on my neck and I have to wear a collared shirt in order to keep it from rubbing my neck raw. Otherwise a real good pack for the money.
I love it. It has so many departments that are usable. I love the size, it will fit not only my camera but also everything that I take with it. It will also fit my wallet and more. thank you