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AMAZON Lowepro Slingshot 100 Sling Bag For Digital SLR & 1-2 Lenses £29.99 FREE DELIVERY

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Product Features The modern, practical and comfortable bag SlingShot 100AW will allow you to take your photo material With a large stowage space and a total ergonomy thanks to the advanced design,… Read More
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Product Features
The modern, practical and comfortable bag SlingShot 100AW will allow you to take your photo material
With a large stowage space and a total ergonomy thanks to the advanced design, the bag is carried on
The side openings are easy to open
Made out of robust and waterresistant material, the SlingShot 100AW is the security guard for your p
SLR Sling Bag
Rotational Access
Single Shoulder Strap
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Water-resistant micro fiber, ripstop nylon and 600D TXP"
7.5W x 5.1D x 9.8H in. / 19 x 13 x 25 cm
SLR with attached compact zoom lens
1-2 extra lenses or flash unit
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#1
I have this bag and despite being a bit bulky its a god send when you want to put the cam away safely ot it starts to rain. I paid about the same as part of a bundle so I'd say this was a good price.
#2
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#3
I want one but can't decide between this or the 200. I will be using it with:

Nikon D80 with 18-135
70-300mm
12-24mm
Nikon 600 Flash

As well as bits n'bobs. Will this fit in the 100 ok or do I need the 200?
#4
aerotec
I want one but can't decide between this or the 200. I will be using it with:

Nikon D80 with 18-135
70-300mm
12-24mm
Nikon 600 Flash

As well as bits n'bobs. Will this fit in the 100 ok or do I need the 200?


It'll be a tight squeeze with the Slingshot 100 but you should be able to fit it all in. If you want to carry anything more, like your lunch or other small items, then you should probably go for the 200 which isn't much bigger but will fit all you need comfortably.

I carry a Nikon D40 with 18-55mm attached + 55-200mm + HD Camcorder + Flash in my Slingshot 100

Excellent bag and excellent price. Usually sells for over £40. Have this bag and can't be more pleased. Great quality and well worth the investment. Easy to carry and works as a support when swung over the chest while taking pictures.

Plus if I'm not mistaken, it has a lifetime warranty
#5
i have the 300 and get all our w/proof coats in etc !!!
quality bags and this is a bargain
think i paid about 85 for my 300
only snag i have is the waist belt jobbie
it just seems pointless
i now have 3 lowepro bags for all occasions
shame i dont know the first thing about cameras !!!
#6
aerotec
I want one but can't decide between this or the 200. I will be using it with:

Nikon D80 with 18-135
70-300mm
12-24mm
Nikon 600 Flash

As well as bits n'bobs. Will this fit in the 100 ok or do I need the 200?


better get the AW200, i have the 200 and find it small at time, it fits my Canon 5d mk2 with 24-105l lens and i can also fit a few other lens, flash, battries
#7
aerotec;8442346
I want one but can't decide between this or the 200. I will be using it with:

Nikon D80 with 18-135
70-300mm
12-24mm
Nikon 600 Flash

As well as bits n'bobs. Will this fit in the 100 ok or do I need the 200?

I have the 200 and use it with my Canon 40d, flashgun, 18-250, 30mm and a 12-24. Fits all in the main compartment so still the top bit for the choccie bars!
#8
aerotec
I want one but can't decide between this or the 200. I will be using it with:
Nikon D80 with 18-135
70-300mm
12-24mm
Nikon 600 Flash


I suggest you pop to Jessops and have a look, they normally have these in stock.... you could even ask about price matching while you are there..... slim chance.

I have very similar kit, went for the 200 just to be sure, and do always have spare space. But I got mine cheap anyway.
#9
I have the 100 with D90, 70-200, 50mm 35-70 plus associated bits including flash (BTW D90 has the battery grip and still fits) and the bag works for me. Given the difference in the price I'd go for the 200 as having the extra room would be good.
#10
I had the 200 but it was too big for my uses as I has the Sigma OS 18-200mm lens and no spares. A friend has the 100 and it's much more compact and easy to carry around with you or even put in a suitcase when going on holiday.
#11
I had the 200 but it was too big for my uses as I has the Sigma OS 18-200mm lens and no spares. A friend has the 100 and it's much more compact and easy to carry around with you or even put in a suitcase when going on holiday (at a push).
#12
I just wanted to mention that I had this bag (the 200) for a short period to house a D90 with some additional lenses and accessories and ended up with a broken lens and compromised body.

My Nikkor 18 - 105mm (plastic mount) was snapped off the body whilst in the bag. This was primarily due to the angle at which the body sits. Unless the camera body is wide enough to reach the floor of the bag it offers no support. I know that some of the other comments about this bag have been positive, but in my own experience the design is flawed. (The Velcro partitions offer very limited adjustability too.)

I would highly recommend Lowepro's Flipside range. I now use a Flipside 200 and couldn't be happier. Hope this helps.
#13
Seeing comment #10 - The 100 is probably a much better fit for a D90. Just make sure you get the version that will allow the edge of your body to rest on the floor of the bag!
#14
robotech
I just wanted to mention that I had this bag (the 200) for a short period to house a D90 with some additional lenses and accessories and ended up with a broken lens and compromised body.

My Nikkor 18 - 105mm (plastic mount) was snapped off the body whilst in the bag. This was primarily due to the angle at which the body sits. Unless the camera body is wide enough to reach the floor of the bag it offers no support. I know that some of the other comments about this bag have been positive, but in my own experience the design is flawed. (The Velcro partitions offer very limited adjustability too.)

I would highly recommend Lowepro's Flipside range. I now use a Flipside 200 and couldn't be happier. Hope this helps.


Sorry to hear that. Personally I throw my 200 round with several lens in and it does a grand job of protecting them. Worth adjusting the partitions (which I personally found had lots of supportive configurations) and having a good think about the best layout when you first get it, and re-adjust when you get new kit. It kept my Sony A100 & kit lens, Siggy 70-300 and 50mm lens, plus flash, wireless remote control, teleconverter and gorillapod inside, plus filters, charger and bits in the top compartment. Like playing Tetris really, working the best configuration out. Was a squeeze but that probably helped keep it all safe. You can always get a lens case and attach it to one of the sliplock tabs (I went for one on the side) if you need extra space inside. As you can tell from my kit, I'm no pro so dont take my word for it.

BTW, I had the same decision - 100 or 200, and just had the body and kit lens at the time and knew nothing about photography - glad I went for the 200 though now (and dont know much more several years later but enjoy it!)
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BTW, worth noting that Lowepro now do an updated version of this design called the 102 (202, 302 available) which seems a little better, (mainly tripod attachment and re-designed top area) which if you can find/ get at a sensible price (seems its in the £60 region) might be a better option for the better design if money isnt the issue.

Personally I'd go for the 200 though for the extra £7 pounds from Cameraking via Amazon or from Amazon themselves at £39. Thats a hot deal.
#16
This has been at this price for over a month, check on zeezaw.
#17
i've had the 100, 200, 300.

my personal experience:
100 - too small for my needs. if i just want to carry one body and two lenses, i take my rezo 160.
200 - sometimes too big, but that's better than too small. fits almost everything i have.
300 - too big and can get uncomfortable faster. if i need something this big, i'd get a roll-on or backpack.

sold my 100 and 300. kept the 200 as daily bag.
#18
This is great for DOGGING ,fits my night vision binoculars,gas mask and trenchcoat in with ease !
also makes a great camera bag,jessops will pricematch but its down to the managers discression whether they will or not.
#19
Another vote for the flipside range here - much better.
#20
EXCELLENT DEAL :thumbsup: I went for the 200 Slingshot (£37 delivered) as wanted more space for my pies.
#21
aerotec;8442346
I want one but can't decide between this or the 200. I will be using it with:

Nikon D80 with 18-135
70-300mm
12-24mm
Nikon 600 Flash

As well as bits n'bobs. Will this fit in the 100 ok or do I need the 200?

i have the 200 and use it for canon 400d, canon 24-70 lens (hood removed but is placed seperately in bag), 24-70 hood, speedlight 430, sony harddisk camcorder, rocket lens blower, various flash cards, batteries and remotes, canon 50 lens...

so it can take alot of stuff....its not too bulky...only pain being having to put hood back onto the 24-70 each time i use it, but i dont want to get the 300 as that it quite bulky...

if i were you id check out the bags, but the 200 sounds better as the 100 maybe a bit of a squeeze...its only £8 more too....i paid a bargain £26 for my 200 about 3 years ago
#22
goodgrr
I have the 100 with D90, 70-200, 50mm 35-70 plus associated bits including flash (BTW D90 has the battery grip and still fits) and the bag works for me. Given the difference in the price I'd go for the 200 as having the extra room would be good.


Sorry my mistake, mine's a 200, looked at the 100 in Jessops today and wouldn't be able to fit all I said earlier into it.
#23
Seems good. I bought a hama bag from 7day shop for sub £10 and it fits (just);

- Canon 350D
- 430ex flash
- 70-300mm lens
- 50mm prime
- 17-70mm
- all memory cards and batteries
- gorrila pod
- odd small bits, remote, cereal bars etc

Its a great bag and single strap so nice and easy to carry around without looking like a super photo geek. :)

Its been all over the world and lasted me years, total bargain - but can't find it on 7day or via google,. its a trialgle shape bag, top area plus a 2 section area in the bottom.
#24
I've used this bag for a couple of years and been very pleased with it, I've stuffed it with far more than it's really meant to cope with. Usually that was an Olympus E-3, 7-14mm, 12-60mm and 50-200mm lenses, teleconverter and batteries, still works fine although that much weight can be uncomfortable on the one shoulder.

John
#25
robotech;8444070
I just wanted to mention that I had this bag (the 200) for a short period to house a D90 with some additional lenses and accessories and ended up with a broken lens and compromised body.

My Nikkor 18 - 105mm (plastic mount) was snapped off the body whilst in the bag. This was primarily due to the angle at which the body sits. Unless the camera body is wide enough to reach the floor of the bag it offers no support. I know that some of the other comments about this bag have been positive, but in my own experience the design is flawed. (The Velcro partitions offer very limited adjustability too.)

I would highly recommend Lowepro's Flipside range. I now use a Flipside 200 and couldn't be happier. Hope this helps.


cant see how that happened other than user error - you must have thrown your bag or dropped it....ive had no probs with mine- i take care of expensive kit...but then i dont leave lens on the body
#26
robotech

My Nikkor 18 - 105mm (plastic mount) was snapped off the body whilst in the bag. This was primarily due to the angle at which the body sits. Unless the camera body is wide enough to reach the floor of the bag it offers no support. I know that some of the other comments about this bag have been positive, but in my own experience the design is flawed. (The Velcro partitions offer very limited adjustability too.)


For those this may have happened to with the cheaper plastic mounts (btw, better the mount is the part that is weakest than the body or glass part of the lens :) look on the brightside!)

Nikon sell the mount as a spare part. It's no expensive, something like £15 and is very easy to fit. There are explanation action by action pictures on some web sites.

If anybody needs help, just let me know I'll find the part numbers etc
#27
aerotec
I want one but can't decide between this or the 200. I will be using it with:

Nikon D80 with 18-135
70-300mm
12-24mm
Nikon 600 Flash

As well as bits n'bobs. Will this fit in the 100 ok or do I need the 200?
I reckon you'd need the 200. I have a very similar list in my 100 but it's tight with:

Nikon D80 with 18-135
70-300mm
Nikon 600 Flash
F1.8 50mm

My 50mm is much smaller than your 12-24mm. If I want to carry a few filters etc., I end up choosing between taking the flash or the 70-300mm to free up space.

Regards,
Mark.
#28
Or the 300 if you can get one on offer, I have one of these and it takes all of that and a 15inch laptop (at a squeeze. The sling type is handier than my other big bag a crumpler shrinkle which is a good deal bigger, the cover does a great job of protecting from the rain and all of the little pockets soon get full of cards and batteries!
#29
Great price but just seen one in the flesh and its surprisingly small....hard to visualise just how small it is from the dimensions strange as that may sound ; try measuring another smallish backpack that you have as comparison.
#30
Thanks for all the comments. I will pop in to Jessops to check it out but sound slike the 200 is best. If I am going out to do some specific photography it is good to take erery thing with you. I have a 50mm too so 200 is porb best. Will check out flipside and 202 too though before I buy.
#31
#32
davej1710
Sorry to hear that. Personally I throw my 200 round with several lens in and it does a grand job of protecting them. Worth adjusting the partitions (which I personally found had lots of supportive configurations) and having a good think about the best layout when you first get it, and re-adjust when you get new kit. It kept my Sony A100 & kit lens, Siggy 70-300 and 50mm lens, plus flash, wireless remote control, teleconverter and gorillapod inside, plus filters, charger and bits in the top compartment. Like playing Tetris really, working the best configuration out. Was a squeeze but that probably helped keep it all safe. You can always get a lens case and attach it to one of the sliplock tabs (I went for one on the side) if you need extra space inside. As you can tell from my kit, I'm no pro so dont take my word for it.

BTW, I had the same decision - 100 or 200, and just had the body and kit lens at the time and knew nothing about photography - glad I went for the 200 though now (and dont know much more several years later but enjoy it!)


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