Inspired by the daily routines of street shooters, photo enthusiasts and bloggers, Lowepro’s Urban Photo Sling bags can accommodate both camera gear and a computer tablet.

The new bags are available in two sizes. The Urban Photo Sling 250 (RRP: $109) can hold a Pro DSLR without a grip but with attached 70-200mm lens, along with two extra lenses or a flash or a flash and one lens. A side pocket fits a small tripod or water bottle. The Urban Photo Sling 150 (RRP: $99) can accept either a regular DSLR with attached 55-200mm lens plus two extra lenses or a flash or a flash and one lens OR a compact system camera with attached kit lens and up to three additional lenses or a flash and two lenses.


Wearing options for the Urban Photo Sling bags. (Source: Lowepro.)

Urban Photo Sling bags provide three comfortable and secure wearing options: at the front, back or to the side. This design was specially constructed to make it easy to shift positions while the wearer is on the move. Two loading options add to the versatility of the sling. A photographer can load either bag from the top for easy access or with the front panel fully open and the interior features a padded and adjustable divider system.

Convenient storage details include a dedicated, padded compartment provides protective space for a 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 and other small items. Each bag has an interior keeper strap to safeguard lenses and accessories; a tuck away waist belt for stability, comfort and security; a contoured, mesh-covered top flap that serves as a moisture barrier; plus a built-in pocket for spare memory cards.

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