I've done slings and its the same story as shoulder bags. My spine just doesn't like them. I even thought I could keep my tiny little Domke F-3x but after walking around with it for a few hours yesterday I realized that wasn't the case. Look to see it in the for sale section real soon.Lowepro sling aw 200 or aw 300. i use to 200 and carry D200 w/grip 28-70mm, 70-200mm, 50mm, 10-20mm, Sb 800 batteries, flash cards. 80 gig Ipod Olympus 770 SW camera and my wallet. I carry it where ever I go. love this case.
Michael,Just look for configurations like Nikon D1/D2 or Canon 1D. It's about the same size of a D200 with MB-D200....
Yea I'd love to get one but judging by my previous experience with sling bags (Tamrac Velocity and Kata 214) the 300 would give me backaches just like the other two. I've sold or given away all my shoulder bags.I bought the Lowepro Slingshot 300Aw for carrying the 70-200 attached to my D200. It can also carry a couple of lenses and Speedlight.
Very usefull bag and is very comfortable when used all day.
The swivel function is the best part when changing the lens in the field.
One thing to consider about the Lowepro Slingshot 300AW. Unlike the others, it has a heavy duty, wide, heavily padded waist belt that takes the weight off your shoulder and transfers it to your hips. When properly adjusted, all the shoulder strap does is keep the bag from flopping over backwards.... the shoulder carries basically no weight.Yea I'd love to get one but judging by my previous experience with sling bags (Tamrac Velocity and Kata 214) the 300 would give me backaches just like the other two. I've sold or given away all my shoulder bags.