Capturing Couture Azalea Scarf Camera Strap (Teal)

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Capturing Couture Azalea Scarf Camera Strap (Teal)
Key Features
  • Holds DSLR/Mirrorless Camera with Lens
  • Decorative 28" Strap
  • Adjustable 14" Nylon Strap Ends
  • Velvet End Detailing
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Freshen up your look with the fashionable teal Azalea Scarf Camera Strap from Capturing Couture. Made of a comfortable cotton fabric, this 28" long decorative scarf-like strap holds a DSLR with an attached lens. The decorative cotton fabric does not stretch, but the strap ends offer 12-14" of additional adjustability on each side, which allows you to wear the strap across your body messenger-style. Each side of the scarf is finished with a black velvet placket and metal rivets that connect to 3/8"-wide webbed nylon strap ends, which secure to the side lugs of your camera.
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Capturing Couture Azalea Overview

Freshen up your look with the fashionable teal Azalea Scarf Camera Strap from Capturing Couture. Made of a comfortable cotton fabric, this 28" long decorative scarf-like strap holds a DSLR with an attached lens. The decorative cotton fabric does not stretch, but the strap ends offer 12-14" of additional adjustability on each side, which allows you to wear the strap across your body messenger-style. Each side of the scarf is finished with a black velvet placket and metal rivets that connect to 3/8"-wide webbed nylon strap ends, which secure to the side lugs of your camera.

Capturing Couture Azalea Specs

Strap Length32.0 to 50.0" / 81.3 to 127.0 cm
Lug Connector3/8"
MaterialJersey Knit
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.19 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8.7 x 3.55 x 1.15"
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Can it handle a camera and lens weighing almost 5 pounds?
Asked by: Robin A.
Yes, but it might stretch to a longer length
Answered by: brie d.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Would this hold a 5D with battery pack and 70-200 lens?
Asked by: Heather R.
I would say it would hold it, no problem. I use it with a 6D and battery pack but nothing as big as the 70-200. My biggest lens I use is the 24-105. It has quite a bit of stretch in it but as far as durability, I would say it could handle it.
Answered by: Jacinda P.
Date published: 2018-08-25
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