I just received this today and I've been trying to find a way to make it work. We're soon going to Disneyland, and I'm trying to decide which camera to take and how I'm going to carry it.
My hope was that I'd be able to use the case for my phone, tickets, etc., and hang the camera from the slider loop. I quickly found out that will not work well for me. When attached to my camera, the slider loop hangs down below the bottom of the bag. If I have the bag at a comfortable length, the camera flops around too low and hits my leg. If I have the camera on the slider at a comfortable height, the bag is under my armpit. My camera hangs lower than it appears it would in the photos (see photo 5 in the product description).
Since the case/slider combo wasn't going to work, I tried using the strap without the case. While more easily adjustable and functional, I quickly learned that the neckstrap is not at all comfortable around the neck. It's stiff and has no padding. I searched around the house for some sort of padding that would make it more useful--but haven't found anything yet. Perhaps with a slide-on padded cover of some sort it would be all right.
The handstrap seems quite useless to me, as most cameras already have a handstrap. The only way I could see using it would be for quick changes between the bag, neckstrap, and handstrap, but it would mean carrying all three pieces with you on an outing.
The bag itself, however, is well-sized and I may have found a good use for it. The bag will hold my camera (Panasonic DMC-ZS7) or my camcorder (Sony HDR-CX110 with FV50 battery) nicely. With the camcorder, the top flap won't fit perfectly, but will catch enough of the velcro to close securely. The camera is a perfect fit. There are two pockets in the bag, one in the back, which is shown with a phone in the photo, and a small slit pocket on the inside front that would fit a few memory cards. The phone pocket is misleading in the photo; my iPhone 4 will fit, but very snugly, and only without the thin plastic cover I have on it. With both the camera and the phone inside, the case will not close.
So, the use I've found for the bag? The strap fits nicely around my waist. There is a belt loop on the case, but I rarely wear a belt. Instead, I've strapped the neckstrap around my waist and turned it into a very comfortable small waistpack for my camera. In this fashion, my camera will be at the ready when I need it (instead of trapped in my backpack while walking around the parks) yet easily stowed when on a ride. For me, I believe this will work quite well. If I hadn't found this use for the Snapr10, I'd be returning it because the neckstrap just doesn't work for me.