B&H # JODWSC MFR # JB01271
"Love it....Love it !...Looks strong enough...Takes up way less room than a regular strap in a tight case, is not affected by wind as much as a strap when making long exposures on a tripod, less likely to trigger the viewfinder/LCD screen sensor of the a6000 when attached to the grip side of the camera."See more
You Pay: $14.95
B&H # SP975 MFR # 975
"Love it...Love it....Design is comfortable but not very adjustable....The shoulder strap is tethered to only one camera lug so the camera hangs straight down but it is quite usable and gives the benefit of having a shoulder strap when needed."See more
You Pay: $65.00
B&H # JOUFSSMXL MFR # JB01257
The 1/4" thumbscrew easily screws into the tripod socket of your camera. A built-in ball bearing inside the 1/4"-20 screw allows your camera to spin or rotate negating the need to remove the strap at all. The strap's Pivot Ring gives you the freedom to conform the strap to fit your body in a way that is both comfortable and secure. The strap is designed to evenly distribute the weight of your camera thereby minimizing strain on back, neck and muscles.
Construction of the strap is by a heat press binding technique that eliminates loose threads and any abrasive points that cause irritation while in use. Soft-edged webbing conforms to your body and is comfortable no matter where you wear the strap. Joby's UltraFit Sling Strap For Men is backed by a two-year warranty.
"Love it...Love it....Well designed, light weight,...I decided to try this one and am so happy I did, don't feel the weight of the camera at all, when I walk it does not swing to bang into anything, grab it and pull it up to use is so easy, makes me want to have my camera with me every day, not just when I want to bring it."See more
You Pay: $49.00
B&H # DOSGS1.5N MFR # 7421NY
NOTE: This strap is 1.5" wide.
"Love it...Best yet!...It's strong, comfortable, good looking and long lasting....) The 1.5 with the swivels is a blessing and a curse... I like the swivels, they let me flip the strap over to the non-grippy side if I'm going to be doing a lot of shooting , to keep the camera maneuverable over my shoulder, much like a sling-strap."See more
You Pay: $19.99
B&H # PEQCCSL2 MFR # L-2
This system includes two pieces-an anchor and strap. The anchor attaches to your gear via a cow hitch-two half-hitches looped in opposite directions. Once the anchor is tied to your equipment, it locks to a slot on the strap. The two pieces can be separated with a one-handed push of a button. You can also use more than one anchor on a single piece of equipment by attaching them to different locations on the gear. One might attach to a strap lug while another might be connected to a quick-release plate or second lug. This will save you time if you prefer or need a different shooting configuration. It can also help increase the support the gear receives when attached to the strap.
The strap is made from seatbelt-style webbing and is adjustable from 19 to 60" to accommodate your shooting and comfort preferences. The anchors have been updated and are made of 3-layer Dyneema which resists abrasion and withstands 200 lb of force. The L-2 has an improved stronger anchor system which indicates when it is time to replace your anchors. The outside sheath of the anchor is black, the middle sheath is yellow and the inner sheath is red. When you start seeing yellow, it's time to replace your anchors. This set includes one strap and four anchors.
"LOVE IT!...Not bad....I love the style of this camera strap....It may take me a year or two to get used to the very thin high-tech threads that link the strap to the camera, but Peak Design reassure me that those connectors are stronger than steel, and so I will give them a try."See more
You Pay: $34.95
B&H # CABH2 MFR # SLR20-HARM
"Good buy...Thank you...Very fashionable camera strap....I use this Boho camera strap on my Canon SLR camera and I love it!"See more
You Pay: $34.99
B&H # OPSPLB MFR # 1501372
"Love it...It Works...Well-made and comfortable...I would recommend this to anybody who spends hours at a time with a camera around their neck, as well as to people who don't want a neck strap in their way when they are using their camera on a tripod."See more
You Pay: $20.50