Peak Design SLL-AS-3 SlideLITE Camera Strap (Ash)

Peak Design SLL-AS-3 SlideLITE Camera Strap (Ash)

Peak Design SLL-AS-3 SlideLITE Camera Strap (Ash)

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Product Highlights

  • Sling, Shoulder, or Neck Strap
  • Holds Pro DSLR or Mirrorless Camera
  • Adjustable Length from 39 to 57"
  • Strap Width of 1.3"
  • Anchors Connect to Camera Lugs or Plate
  • Designed to Hold up to 200 lb of Gear
  • Reversible Smooth and Non-Slip Sides
  • Padded Nylon Webbing Construction
  • Includes Four Anchors and Mounting Plate
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Color: Ash

Peak Design SLL-AS-3 SlideLITE Camera Strap (Ash) Peak Design SLL-BK-3 SlideLITE Camera Strap (Black)

Width: 1.3" (3.2 cm)

1.3" (3.2 cm) 1.8" (4.5 cm)
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  • 1Description

Carry your equipment in comfort and style with this ash SlideLITE Camera Strap from Peak Design. This strap uses strong, removable anchor connectors that attach to the eyelets of your camera or the included mounting plate, holding up to 200 lb of gear and easily supporting most DSLR and mirrorless systems. By pairing this versatile connection with a long adjustable length from 39 to 57", the SlideLITE can be configured to work as a sling, shoulder, or neck strap.

The strap has a width of 1.3" and is made of nylon webbing that is padded internally to help ensure comfortable use. Its two sides feature different properties: one side is smooth for sliding the camera to your eye when set up as a sling, while the other has a silicone grip that prevents slipping when using it on your neck or shoulder. The four included anchor points attach and detach from the strap with a single hand, and can be left on the eyelets so you can easily switch between cameras while shooting.

  • Wearable as a sling, shoulder, or neck strap
  • Adjustable length from 39 to 57", and a width of 1.3"
  • Removable anchors used to connect to equipment, hold up to 200 lb
  • Leave anchors on your gear so you can easily attach and detach them from the strap while shooting
  • Smooth and non-slip sides that allow you to choose the amount of grip desired
  • Internally-padded webbing provides improved comfort without being bulky
  • Four anchor connectors and a tripod plate are included with the product
UPC: 818373020507
In the Box
Peak Design SLL-AS-3 SlideLITE Camera Strap (Ash)
  • Anchor Connectors for Peak Design Straps (4-Pack)
  • Tripod Plate
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Strap Length 38.98 to 57.09" / 99 to 145 cm
    Strap Width 1.26" / 3.2 cm
    Lug Connector Loop
    Quick Release Yes
    Load Capacity 200 lb / 90.72 kg
    Material Nylon
    Weight 5.22 oz / 148 g
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.4 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 10.0 x 3.25 x 2.0"
    SLL-AS-3 SlideLITE Camera Strap (Ash) is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 25.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very nice strap If I give 5 stars it means perfection. I love this strap, it is beautifully designed and executed. I got the Lite and that will likely be the one I use the most, but I can see that if I’m carrying my 100-400 all day I may wish I got the full size. Time will tell. I really wanted low profile and low bulk for on board a kayak and short treks into the wood or marsh. Had to take some time to get used to the clips, but once I spent a few minutes really understanding how they worked and learned to press HARD to disengage, I love the strap. I really like when I am not using the strap I don’t have bulky, annoying strap parts hanging off my camera. Pricey but top quality.
    Date published: 2018-03-11
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice strap for mid-weight gear This a particularly nice setup for something like an Olympus/Panasonic-sized camera with a larger lens like the Olympus 40-150 Pro.� I have been using the PD Leash as a strap for its lightweight and slippery feeling (worn like a sling), but it's a bit light for a heavier lens.� I had the earlier version of the Slidelite, and this one has some nice improvements, particularly the ash color,� general quality, the slightly slimmer connectors and the new anchors that are tapered and have smaller diameter cords, so they go right through the camera eyelets. My only wish is that the connectors could be even smaller (for a smaller camera, they are pretty big) though I minimize that by using 1 anchor on the tripod socket, thus keeping the right side of the camera completely strap-free.� Peak Design stuff just works really well.
    Date published: 2018-01-19
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice strap, impractical tripod plate Build quality is great. Anchors are nice an allows a really quick change. They sell other straps compatible with the same anchors. My problem is with the tripod plate. It needs a Hex wrench to attach it... a hex wrench. The strap doesn't provide a way to carry the included hex key, so basically you need to carry it wherever you go. I already missed a shot because I didn't have the hex key with me and I wasn't able to use my mini-tripod! This happens when your design puts aesthetics over usability
    Date published: 2018-05-30
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Product This is a well designed product. �The strap is easily adjustable, and one side on the top of the strap has rubber sections so if you want to put in on the side of your shoulder it will not fall off. �The other side is regular for around your neck. � And the strap can be removed so quickly for your tripod work - WOW!!! It gets a 4 and not a 5 because in my opinion the bottom of the straps don't have a closure to keep it narrow so they tend to flop around a bit. �Don't let that stop you from purchasing this strap, I've already purchased a second one for my other camera.
    Date published: 2018-04-27
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is all you need,� is plenty big enough I own all three Peak Design straps plus the wrist strap. The "SlideLite" strap is all you need. It is just the right size for any medium-sized to small camera. The bigger "Slide" strap is way too large for anything except a full-size, heavy Nikon or Canon DSLR. I have the "SlideLite" on the Leica M240 and it is just right. The "Slide" strap is way too broad and heavy for a Leica camera. The "Leash"� Is quite good on a smaller camera such as a Leica a CL.
    Date published: 2018-04-19
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from What I wanted all along I've been looking for a good solution to my problem of usually wanting a strap, except when I get out the tripod and want to unclip while shooting. I initially bought the much beefier Peak Design Slide based on their recommendation for it matching a DSLR body and didn't like how thick, wide and stiff it is around the neck nor how much physical space it consumes when folded up. Others may like it, but I really had no other issues with the stock Canon strap besides it being a royal pain to attach/detach it from the body. The 1.3" wide version of this is exactly the same feel as stock, with the adjustable length as an added bonus so I can quickly go from carrying the camera in front of me or messenger style. This is what I wanted all along.
    Date published: 2018-04-08
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect for D5300 Love this with my Nikon D5300. I hooked my strap on the camera base and side and used it as a crossbody. Very convenient for quick photos and zero stress on your neck compared to neck straps configurations.
    Date published: 2018-06-14
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Camera Strap As usual, this item was delivered within a day of ordering.� This is my second Peak Design strap, and I love the way it rides and supports my full frame camera.� The anchoring system is innovative and has the strength to support whatever I sling on it.� I just love Peak Design straps.
    Date published: 2018-02-03
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