Lowepro, creator of innovative carrying solutions for the imaging world, announces the launch of SlingShot 350 AW, featuring larger carrying capacity plus a protective space for a widescreen notebook.
The latest addition to the popular slingstyle camera backpack series, SlingShot 350 AW is poised to follow the success of its smallersized companion models SlingShot 100 AW, 200 AW and 300 AW with its unique carry mode to ready mode design. The ergonomic sling strap evenly adjusts weight and rotates from back to frontmaking it easy for enthusiasts or professionals to work out of the bag and quickly capture the shot.
The SlingShot 350 AW features a main compartment that comfortably fits a professional DSLR with a 70200 f/2.8 lens attached plus 56 extra lenses or accessoriesfully customizable with the adjustable padded dividers.
Weve heard from our customers that they appreciate having a camera bag that accommodates their prosized gear as well as their notebooks, said Nicole Mummenhoff, Senior Vice President of Worldwide Marketing, Lowepro. The SlingShot 350 AW delivers this multiuse function with a comfortable, fluid design appealing to the photographer on the go.
A full set of premium features includes a padded notebook compartment sized to fit up to a 15.4 widescreen notebook a fully adjustable, padded waistbelt to maintain the bags comfortable fit builtin microfiber cloth to protect LCD screen Hypalon SlipLock attachment loops for adding accessories and Lowepros patented All Weather Cover to protect gear from the elements.
The SlingShot 350 AW camera backpack is an ideal, largecapacity solution for the outdoor photographer or enthusiast who wants fast access, allday comfort, plus room for lots of gear and a notebook
SlingShot 350 AW DimensionsInterior 11.8 W x 6.5 D x 11.8 H inches30 W x 16.5 D x 30 H centimetersExterior 13 W x 10.8 D x 17.3 H inches33 W x 27.5 D x 44 H centimeters
SlingShot 350 AW ColorBlack/Gray
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