Lowepro StreamLine 250 Shoulder Bag

Lowepro StreamLine 250 Shoulder Bag

Lowepro StreamLine 250 Shoulder Bag

B&H # LOSL250G MFR # LP36590
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Product Highlights

  • Holds Mirrorless Camera & Two Lenses
  • Accommodates 10" Tablet
  • Front Zipper to Camera Compartment
  • Expandable Storage Compartment
  • Two Front Slip Pockets, Key Leash
  • Open Slip Pocket Along Back
  • Rear Attachment Hook
  • Adjustable Shoulder Strap
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The slate gray StreamLine 250 Shoulder Bag from Lowepro holds a mirrorless camera with an attached lens, an extra lens, and a 10" tablet. While designed to look like a traditional shoulder bag, the StreamLine 250 differs from traditional camera bags because its camera compartment is accessed from a zipper on the front of the bag. A seemingly flat zippered pocket on the front of the bag opens to reveal a concave area suitable for holding your camera. The inside of this compartment is separated by a padded divider, which allows you to store an extra lens. This design was created to prevent someone from reaching into your bag and stealing your camera and lenses.

The bag's central compartment can be accessed from the top of the bag. This compartment can store general items or accessories and has a padded divider that provides you with space to hold a 10" tablet. If you need to make the whole compartment deeper, you can by unzipping the expansion zipper on the bottom exterior of the bag.

For storing basic accessories, a front flap with touch fastener tabs lifts to reveal two slip pockets and a key leash. You can store your key chain and small photo items in these pockets. The backside of the bag provides a large open slip pocket as well as a small attachment hook for hanging the bag. The bag can be carried using the adjustable shoulder strap.

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Lowepro StreamLine 250 Shoulder Bag
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    Lowepro 250 specs

    Carrying/Transport Options Shoulder Strap
    Features Tablet Pocket
    Exterior Material Nylon, Tricot
    Type of Closure Zipper
    Interior Dimensions 11 x 2.2 x 7.9" / 28 x 5.5 x 20 cm
    Weight 1.8 lb / 0.8 kg
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.95 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 12.8 x 12.0 x 2.4"

    Lowepro 250 reviews

    StreamLine 250 Shoulder Bag is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 132.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not Perfect But Sure Is Good This bag really works because it is light weight and customizable. Expansion zipper allows to to create a low profile when going into museums or places that want you to check your bag. Pockets that are secure to store wallet and cell phone etc. I use a separate insert to hold my mirrorless camera and lens. Insert not included but I use one from another bag. (No padding on bottom of bag. Bag can be folded flat to stash in a suitcase so it doesn't count as carryon. It works for me as a one bag solution for camera gear and all the personal items I can't do without. I used a grey permanent marker to minimize the name Lowepro so it looks more like a purse than camera bag. This is great travel solution for mirrorless system.
    Date published: 2015-06-21
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Nicely built but not really mirrorless friendly I wanted to get a bigger messenger type bag after i got a zoom lens for my Sony A6000. I loved the one i had but couldn't get a second lens into it. I was disappointed when i got the StreamLine 250. The picture showed a camera with small lens and a second zoom lens fitting into the compartments. But when i tried to fit mine there was no way it was going to work. They do have a second compartment that can be made even wider when you unzip the bottom. But, there is no padding on the bottom and no way to add a panel to keep your lens and camera separated. There are also not pockets inside the bag to separate accessories. So, nice construction - it feels well made but really nothing more than just a bag where you have to throw all your stuff into.
    Date published: 2016-08-28
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Ideal for P&S or non-SLR Cameras n Binos I bought it for my wife and she loves it (she particularly likes that it looks like a bag.) We got it to hold her P&S and a bino while traveling; and there's still room enough for a tablet, cellphone and wallet, etc. If pressed for more space it can expand (via zipper) for an additional 0.5-1 inch. Nice long strap and choice of zipper or velcro compartments. Realistically, it's not large/wide enough for SLR with lens mounted. Possible improvements would be additional colors and/or possibly some added reinforcement on the bottom for durability. But frankly it's fine as.
    Date published: 2014-02-11
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worth every penny Description (Spec) is full of errors. Actual dimension is 12x412(expendable to 12x5x12) Weight less than one lb. But Spec section said Ext.11x2.2x7.9 Weight 1.8 lbs. (0.8 kg) Package 0.95 lb. Potential customer would move on to other bag because of its dimension. No one ever bother to check. this wrong information remained as long as I am B & H customer. I have since bought over 10 such bags. You can put a Canon 5D3 with 70-200 L2.8 USM II inside with no problem. Protection? of cause no protection. But 100.00 plus bag from Domke also provide no protection but mainly beautiful and unassuming. I bought four Domke bags lately and rediscover this Lower StremLine 250 Shoulder Bag.
    Date published: 2017-08-28
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from It's a versatile bag for women or men My co-author carries a laptop bag around or wears a jacket even when it's hot. Finally, as I was shopping for a camera bag at B&H I asked the very nice saleperson if there were any messenger bags. He said that mostly the bags were for cameras, but as we looked around we saw this bag. You can put a small camera in it, or a laptop, but it also is a slim bag that can be worn close to the body, and cross body. My co-author carries his phone, umbrella, snacks, whatever else he used to stuff into his coat pockets or laptop bag. It's still lightweight, washable, looks attractive, and is appropriate in styling for a guy of any age, but a woman could easily use it as well. It's durable too.
    Date published: 2017-07-12
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not a camera bag. This is a very nicely constructed messenger bag. But it's not a camera bag. From front to back, there are two unlined, unpadded pockets under the front flap. They are OK for holding a cell phone, check book, granola bars, extra socks, etc. They are not big enough to hold, e.g. a speedlight or two. Behind those pockets there is a zippered section with two more pockets. These are padded and have a plush lining, but still aren't big enough to hold speedlights. My Canon G12 point-and-shoot fits nicely in either pocket. I imagine if you had a small ILC body with the lens detached it would fit in one of the pockets. The main compartment opens from the top. It is somewhat spacious and can be made more so by unzipping the bottom to expand it. But it's just one big pocket. You wouldn't want to put things it it that would bang together. It has a padded divider that's big enough to protect a 10 tablet but not big enough for a standard sized laptop. Finally on the back side there's an unsecured, unlined full-width pocket that will hold a magazine with some of it sticking out. The bottom line is that this makes a lovely travel bag, holding your small electronics, travel documents, snacks, and reading materials, but look elsewhere for something more suitable for camera gear. I gave it three stars. I give it one star for its utility as a camera bag and five stars for being nicely made. That averages out to three stars.
    Date published: 2016-08-29
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great lightweight bag Good for carrying a small tablet inside the bag and small 4/3rds or medium sized point & and shoots in the two well padded outer pockets. Strap is fixed but long enough to wear cross body. I own a lot of bags but this is one I use frequently.
    Date published: 2016-05-04
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from light and comfortable Very light and comfortable. For small cameras and accessories or small stuff like wallet, keys, mobile, etc. Not very protective, so I wouldn't use it with heavy equipment. The pockets and compartments are very accessible and the tablet section is what really makes this bag convenient. The extension zipper is nice (when it zipped the bag has smaller foot-print, when unzipped I can stash my light coat in). I wouldn't take it out on heavy rain since it lacks weather protection and the top zippers has no flap to cover them. After all this, it is still the best bag of this kind you can get for the money (it's really cheap!!), If you don't need the best protection or more room in your bag or just want a decent quality for low price, you can't go wrong with this one.
    Date published: 2017-02-26
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