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DSPTCH Standard Camera Sling Strap (Black)

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DSPTCH
DSPTCH Standard Camera Sling Strap (Black)
Key Features
  • Holds Mirrorless Camera & Lens
  • Comfortable 1" Width
  • Adjustable 36 - 48" Cross-Body Strap
  • Two Flat Cord 3/4" QR Connectors
For quickly detaching your camera from its strap, this black Standard Camera Sling Strap from DSPTCH offers two sets of different quick-release connectors that secure via round or flat elastic loops for a universal fit on any camera's side lugs. This strap accommodates a mirrorless camera with an attached lens, or any camera that is approximately five pounds. Made in the USA, the adjustable cross-body strap is between 36" to 48" long, and provides a comfortable 1" width.
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DSPTCH SRP-SS-BLK Overview

For quickly detaching your camera from its strap, this black Standard Camera Sling Strap from DSPTCH offers two sets of different quick-release connectors that secure via round or flat elastic loops for a universal fit on any camera's side lugs. This strap accommodates a mirrorless camera with an attached lens, or any camera that is approximately five pounds. Made in the USA, the adjustable cross-body strap is between 36" to 48" long, and provides a comfortable 1" width.

When using with round cord 1/2" quick-release connectors this strap is interchangeable with an optional DSPTCH Wrist Strap
UPC: 857026005157

DSPTCH SRP-SS-BLK Specs

Strap Length36.0 to 48.0" / 91.4 to 121.9 cm
Strap Width1.0" / 2.5 cm
Lug ConnectorLoop
Quick ReleaseYes
Load Capacity5 lb / 2.3 kg
MaterialNylon
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.2 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)7 x 4.5 x 1"

DSPTCH SRP-SS-BLK Reviews

Cheap and dangerous to your camera

By victor
Rated 2 out of 5
Date: 2018-04-26

The strap comes in two sizes of connector, the smaller one being thinner fit in my Leica M10. Two minutes after it was connected my camera dropped to the floor. Fortunately it was carpeted so no real damage. Upon closer examination, the thin loop connector was glued into the leather piece, no wonder it broke! If you value your camera, avoid this strap. I simply cannot believe they glued instead of stitching it. Terrible design and poor workmanship. Avoid!

Okay strap, but broke immediately

By Clarence
Rated 2 out of 5
Date: 2017-07-30

Strap itself is nice and light, does it's Job fine, but the connector to the camera body broke in less than a week.

great camera strap

By michelle
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2017-07-25

Love this camera strap, it's simple and comfortable to wear. Not sure why it's so expensive.

Very nice low-profile strap.

By Anonymous
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2017-05-08

The quick release clips are super convenient for switching to and from the tripod. I like the material and slim width, perfect for my Sony A7RII.

Quality strap

By Steven
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2017-03-14

I really like this strap. My only complaint is that ALL of the hardware is plastic. I was hoping the D-rings would be metal, just in case. That's the only thing I am worried about, but for a relatively light camera (like an X100), this should be a great solution.

One More For The Collection

By Bryan
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2017-02-27

I positively love these DSPTCH straps, both in standard and heavy. I have admittedly more than I need, I like them so much. The quick connectors make swapping them easily (the standard is compatible with the wrist strap buckle as well). My only comment is that some of the patterned (camo, specifically) are a bit stiff at first. The plain ones are pretty soft right out of the package.

Love the strap, but connector broke immediately

By Todd
Rated 1 out of 5
Date: 2018-04-10

Love the strap. �Used with my Fuji Xt-2 and a 16mm prime. Unfortunately the small round cord broke...immediately sending my pristine XT-2 to the concrete deck. �A broke flash, scuffed body and a few marks elsewhere, I was fortunate not to do more damage. �This strap...unfortunately is not good.

Poor Quality Replacement for a Tamrac QR

By Anonymous
Rated 1 out of 5
Date: 2017-11-27

Unfortunately Tamrac has stopped producing my strap of choice, a simple, medium weight nylong / suede strap with quick release clips, and so I have had to try out other brands.� This strap was a good weight, but the clips themselves were smaller than I would trust to carry a D850. And, even worse, the leather holding the little clips started to separate, showing the glue holding them together. Very, very disappointed that there is no longer a decent, non-neoprene QR strap on the market.

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Is it strong enough to hold a Fujifilm X-T1 with a big 50-250mm lense on it?
Asked by: Ben
It definitely, people having issues with the connector breaking is because they put the connector directly to the camera without a ring, the tiny metal loop on the camera is sharps and after little use will cut through the connector, you must use the strap rings that came with the camera.
Answered by: Iran R.
Date published: 2018-08-25

question

WILL THIS STRAP HOLD A LEICA M AND LENS?
Asked by: Anonymous
I would say yes. It holds my Fuji XT1 with a 35mm (50mm equiv) lens just fine. I did use the thicker mounting straps (the ones that tie to the camera) instead of the thinner string type. Just a personal preference. I'm believe that both types of mounting straps are rated strong enough to my set up but the thicker ones just gi me feels bit more confident. The strap is nice too. Not too thick, yet not too skinny either. A comfortable fit for me. Enough length to carry it long or short (I'm 6 ft tall).
Answered by: Robert A.
Date published: 2018-08-25

question

I have a Fuji XT-10 camera with 18-135mm lens. With this lens, it is not what I consider to be lightweight. The strap included with the camera is 3/4 wide, seems a bit too narrow. Am considering the DSPTCH standard strap, 1/4 wider seems like it might be just right. Any thoughts on this?
Asked by: David M.
I have a Canon 80D with an 18-55 kit lens. Although the camera came with a wider strap, I'm much happier with the DSPTCH standard strap; it's strong, but not bulky. I purchased the (Black Camo) design. It comes with two attachments, one set for lighter equipment and one set for heavier equipment. Hope this helps in your decision.
Answered by: Harry W.
Date published: 2018-08-25
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