Lowepro Slingshot Edge 250 AW (Black)

Lowepro Slingshot Edge 250 AW (Black)

Lowepro Slingshot Edge 250 AW (Black)

B&H # LOSSE250 MFR # LP36899
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Product Highlights

  • Holds Compact DSLR, Two Lenses, & Flash
  • Zippered Front Pocket for Mini Tablet
  • Interior Pockets & Removable Dividers
  • Front & Body-Side Access to Gear
  • Exterior Straps for Accessories
  • Side Water Bottle Pocket
  • Dual-Zipper Opening
  • Quick Grab Handle & Sling Strap
  • Built-In All Weather AW Cover
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Carry your gear around the city for an afternoon or pack light for a day trip with the black Slingshot Edge 250 AW from Lowepro. Designed for urban environments or exotic travel adventures, this slim and secure sling can hold a compact dslr, two lenses, an external flash in the padded main compartment and a mini tablet in a zippered front pocket. Interior pockets and a fully adjustable padded divider system organize and protect your camera and lenses, while smaller accessories can be stored in the front pocket, and something like a water bottle can be carried in the exterior slip pocket. A small tripod or a rolled-up jacket can be secured to the front of the bag with the two removable straps with quick-release buckles.

Don't miss a shot with the quick-access side pocket or through the dual-zipper top opening. The padded sling strap provides comfort for a day of shooting or touring, and the grab handle at the top allows for easy access when storing in an overhead bin or even at home when not in use. Constructed of 600D and 420D polyester, your sling backpack is both durable and strong and comes with a built-in all weather cover protecting gear from rain, snow, and dust as needed.

UPC: 056035368998
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Lowepro Slingshot Edge 250 AW (Black)
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    Lowepro 250 AW specs

    Features Tablet Pocket
    Carrying/Transport Options Sling Strap, Top Handle
    Camera Support Strap Tripod
    Exterior Dimensions 10.5 x 6.1 x 18.9" / 26.7 x 15.6 x 48 cm
    Exterior Material Nylon, Polyester
    Type of Closure Zipper
    Water Resistance Rain Cover
    Interior Dimensions 9.1 x 4.7 x 8.3" / 23 x 12 x 21 cm
    Weight 1.8 lb / 0.8 kg
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 2.0 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 19.4 x 12.1 x 7.2"

    Lowepro 250 AW reviews

    Slingshot Edge 250 AW (Black) is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 43.
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Well made but still too small The product seems well made and is lightweight but it is too small for my needs. It will not hold a Canon 1D with a 70-200 lens attached. The lens has to be removed from the body. It is a strain to zip it closed over the 1D also unless you lay it flat with no lens attached which defeats the purpose. I know the 1D series are big but a 70D or so with a grip may fit with a small lens attached but not with the 70-200. I also found the cross body strap to be very uncomfortable if there is any weight in the bag. A backpack is so much more comfortable. I'll be using my trusty Tamrac backpack for my trip to Australia and returning this.
    Date published: 2017-06-23
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great travel bag for a mirrorless camera w/compact lenses The slingshot Edge 250 AW easily holds my Sony A6300, and several lenses: Sony e 18-105mm, 16-50mm, and 50mm, as well as the sigma e 30mm. All of these lenses are compact, except for the 18-105mm. The lenses all fit neatly in the camera compartment which holds them in a fairly secure way, thanks to the padding. The bag can probably accommodate a 70-200mm zoom lens, and can be easily reconfigured to do just that. I bought the bag with this in mind. The bag includes space for an I-pad, and a pouch for additional accessories (batteries, supplies, etc). It's lightweight and will probably be easy on the shoulders on a day-long shoot. Overall, it feels like it can safely secure the gear that you travel with. Will easily pass for a book bag.
    Date published: 2016-07-08
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great bag for travel Recently took this bag on a 16-day trip through Croatia and Bosnia & Herzegovina. It was a perfect travel companion, capably carrying my Fujifilm XT2, two lenses, off camera light, extra batteries and battery charger in the bottom compartment. The top pouch easily fit my kindle, sunglasses, Joby Gorilapod, and cords and accessories. The attached rain hood was vital for a few spots of inclement weather. It was comfortable wearing slung across my back through long hikes in the wilderness, and even just casually thrown over one shoulder while walking around the many narrow cobblestone streets of Croatia's seaside port towns. The bag is well built and offers excellent protection for your gear.
    Date published: 2018-06-07
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Hiked 5m today with the SSE 250 AW today. I'm a birder and never have my camera with me to take the rare specie pic for documentation and reporting, today I used the SSE 250 SW and was able to take pics as I needed. Oh what a relief! I am able to use binocular and camera. Access to my camera is quick and easy without hindering the binocular. The product is comfortable. The straps tighten to perfect fit and release with ease. Birding 5 miles and 5 hours today, at this point everything is good.
    Date published: 2016-04-04
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Loewpro Slingshot Edge 250 AW (Black) The pack has plenty of space for a camera with a 18-200 mm lens. Also can put a 9.7 iPad Pro in the upper pack in a built-in sleeve. I can't say if the built-in sleeve would have room for a big case on the ipad pro. Glad to have a sling bag verses a backpack for carrying my Nikon D90 and 18-200 lens. Sling bag is easy to use and meets the needs of getting the camera out of the bag without having to take off the bag.
    Date published: 2016-04-19
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from One of the best Bags I have owned First let me clearly says that I rough on my equipment. I work in the field for days on end and beat the heck out of stuff. This bag is one of the best I have owned. Here is what I like about it. 1. Because it is sling design I can sling it in front and use it as a platform across my chest to work from or even shoot from. This is gives me easy and stable access to my camera and equipment. So it sits flat and I can pull out lens or filters as if it was sitting on a table. 2. It is small and compact but it sure carries everything I need. I just finished a day's shoot in the field. It held all my equipment in the camera area, it held a change of shirt and underwear in the first small compartment, and it held my shooting log and all small books in the larger compartment. It has a pouch for ID and I use a pouch for money and finally it has a slot for my Ipad Mini. This is the most complete field bag I have owned. 3. I do not use a tripod. I use a monopod with three retractable legs and it easily straps on the back. 4. Many times I move between locations by train and it makes a great pillow. 5. It has its own rain coat. 6. The zippers are solid and durable. 7. Everything about this bag says solid and durable.
    Date published: 2016-10-13
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from For my use - near perfect There is no perfect bag that will accommodate the multi-varied shooting conditions and equipment requirements that might present themselves. Another truism that can be applied to most all camera bags is that whatever style bag you are looking for (sling, backpack, shoulder, messenger) if your intent is for an all day outing then be very selective on the equipment you plan on taking and keep the total weight to between 8 and 12 lbs. You are in for an unhappy experience if you attempt to carry everything you have just in case. With that criteria in mind, I selected the Lowepro Slingahot Edge 250 as it comfortably allows for carrying 3-4 lenses plus a selection of accessories. It provides for a comfortable fit across your shoulders allowing the weight to be evenly spread across your upper back. Its low physical profile allows easy maneuverability in urban settings without feeling like a bull in a China shop. A quick adjustment of the strap allows for the bag to easily slip to your front side allowing for an easy exchange of lenses, and/or to put away your camera. When I am walking about I personally carry my camera on a sling strap so that I am ready at all times for that important shot. I then have rearranged the dividers in the camera compartment to hold my lens selections horizontal. In this fashion choosing a different lens (and providing a platform to do such) is a simple procedure of shifting he bag around to your front side as described previously. If the weather turns bad or I have decided that I am done shooting for the day then I can re-arrange the dividers to hold my camera with a lens and change the dividers as originally intended to hold the lenses vertically. For my purposes, this bag satisfies my major criteria for the way I travel/shoot. I am not even in notice of the weight on my back and yet the equipment is as handy for use as one could hope for considering any method of carry. For the price, it would be difficult to find a comparable.
    Date published: 2016-09-27
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Well-made bag, a little clumsy to use As you'd expect from Lowepro this is a really well-made bag that might be good for your purposes, but I did not find it worked that well for mine. The concept of the bag is that it is a sling -- effectively a backpack with one strap across your chest crosswise that enables you to rotate the bag such that the side access pocket, where the camera is stored, is in front of you. This concept theoretically couples easy access to the camera with the ease of travelling with a backpack (which is much less of an encumbrance than a shoulder bag or tote). However, I found a few frustrations with the bag's design, namely, that rotating the bag was a little difficult given the friction with my clothes, which would have been a nonissue except that when I go out I am constantly accessing and putting away my camera, which process would be hindered by a bag that wouldn't rotate all that freely. Further, when the bag rotates the side-access camera pocket is pretty close to your face, which might be fine or might be a little annoying depending on your preference. Also, most importantly, when the bag is rotated such that the camera is accessible any other peripherals you might have with you stored in the bag (lenses, filters, or anything else) are decidedly NOT accessible because they are stored horizontally in the bag, such that attempting to access them while wearing the bag could very easily cause all of your gear to tumble to the ground. Effectively, to access your gear you need to put the bag down on the ground, which sort of defeats the purpose of having a sling bag to begin with. That said, if this bag is conducive to your workflow you will be very pleased the excellent construction and capacious but compact design.
    Date published: 2015-11-17
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