DSPTCH Heavy Camera Sling Strap (Red)

DSPTCH Heavy Camera Sling Strap (Red)

DSPTCH Heavy Camera Sling Strap (Red)

B&H # DSSRPHSBRD MFR # SRP-HS-BRD
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Product Highlights

  • Holds DSLR with Lens
  • Comfortable 1.5" Width
  • Adjustable 36 - 48" Cross-Body Strap
  • Two Flat Cord 3/4" QR Connectors
  • Made In The USA
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  • 1Description

For quickly detaching your camera from its strap, this red Heavy Camera Sling Strap from DSPTCH features two 3/4" quick-release connectors secured via flat cord elastic loops to your camera's side lugs. This strap accommodates a DSLR with an attached lens, or any camera that is approximately ten pounds. The adjustable cross-body strap is between 36" to 48" long, and provides a comfortable 1.5" width. It is made in the USA.

UPC: 857026005263
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DSPTCH Heavy Camera Sling Strap (Red)
  • 2 x Flat Cord 3/4" Quick-Release Connectors
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
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    • 1Description

    DSPTCH SRP-HS-BRD specs

    Strap Length 36.0 to 48.0" / 91.4 to 121.9 cm
    Strap Width 1.5" / 3.8 cm
    Lug Connector Loop
    Quick Release Yes
    Load Capacity 10.0 lb / 4.5 kg
    Material Nylon
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    Package Weight 0.25 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 7.0 x 4.5 x 1.5"

    DSPTCH SRP-HS-BRD reviews

    Heavy Camera Sling Strap (Red) is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 26.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Simple and elegant My son bought the standard strap for his Fujifilm X-T1 camera and really liked it. I needed the heavy strap since I have a Nikon D7100 with bigger lenses, i.e. more weight. What I like most about this strap is that it can be used as a sling or hang on your chest like a traditional strap. Also it folds/flexes easily unlike some straps made of foam/neoprene which is stiff. Last but not least, it has no metal to scratch your camera. Since this strap also connects to the strap connectors on your camera, it does not prevent you from using a tripod. I would hate to have to remove my strap from the camera every time I want to use a tripod. Like I said, simple and elegant.
    Date published: 2015-02-18
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from DSPTCH, buy it ! For street photography, I like to carry a short zoom on the camera and a small prime lens like the 50mm F/1.8 riding in my pocket. Yet when you are carrying a DSLR equipped with a Battery Pack hanging around your neck by a narrow piece of material, it does not take long before you start feeling the strap cutting a groove (it seems) in your skin. Enter the Heavy Camera Sling Strap! It's 1 and a half inches wide, made of supple material, adjustable and strong. You feel the difference the moment you put it around your neck, and it's even more comfortable carried to the side.
    Date published: 2016-11-22
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Heavy and Dorky! I thought this strap was cool, but quickly realized cool doesn't cut it. It is bulky and heavy and my daughter said it looked super dorky. That was enough for me! Seriously though, my camera was on the table and the strap moved and shifted off the table....it literally started pulling the camera across the table and it would have fallen had I not been there. Also, the carabiners would have to scratch a camera up, particularly if you keep your camera in a bag.
    Date published: 2017-01-31
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love this Strap Long story short, I was looking for a camera strap that could quickly and easily be removed from my camera when I needed it to be mounted on a tripod, put into it's case, etc. I looked into getting another strap that had quick release tabs and was more well known but after reading a review of that strap failing and breaking a $ camera, after only a months use. It is a little bit on the expensive side for camera straps but considering you're going to be using it with pricey equipment, it's worth the extra money for the security of it not breaking. I decided to go with this one and I have yet to have any complaints.The strap is strong and I feel confident with it holding my camera (70d) and even my heaviest lens. Would highly recommend it.
    Date published: 2015-11-17
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from A good strap to have! I love this DSPTCH strap. It is relatively well made, the only knock I have is the plastic used for the clips, I figured it would be little thicker, it seems a little flimsy to me, which is why i gave 4 stars. I use it with Canon 6D and a multiple L lenses, the strap seems to hold up nicely. I like how you can quickly unsnap it off the strap to out it on a tripod or something.
    Date published: 2015-03-11
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best cropped frame Nikon! After much research, I'm glad I upgraded my D90 to the D7200. I've had it a couple of months and love it. Great upgrade!
    Date published: 2017-01-31
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Yes I love these DSPTCH straps. They are thin and not too stiff. Reminds me of the lighter duty Timbuk2 straps. They have no padding so might not be great for heavier bodies. But I use mine with a CustomSLR tripod attachment on a 5D and X-T1 with no problems. I also have some extra clips for my small camera bag so I can quickly and easily switch the strap from the bag to the camera and only travel with one strap. I also have the thinner version but found that to be too thin. My wife likes it though and uses it on her EOS M3.
    Date published: 2016-11-15
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good product Looks great, feels sturdy, I like the option to have multiple cameras all relying on the one strap
    Date published: 2015-03-24
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