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Peak Design Slide Camera Strap (Black)

BH #PESLBK3 • MFR #SL-BK-3
Peak Design Slide Camera Strap (Black)
Key Features
  • Use as Sling, Shoulder, or Neck Strap
  • Holds Pro DSLR or Mirrorless Camera
  • Adjustable Length from 39 to 57"
  • Anchors Connect to Camera Lugs or Plate
Carry your equipment in comfort and style with this black Slide Camera Strap from Peak Design. Well-designed, it has full stability and a versatile connection with a generous 39 to 57" adjustable length. This strong and secure strap holds up to 200 pounds of gear and easily supports most of the heaviest pro DSLRs and binoculars.
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I have a Contax T2, Would this fit it?

I have a Contax T2, Would this fit it?
Asked by: Esmeralda
The Contax T2 35mm Film Camera only has one strap connector, as it is a small point-and-shoot camera. It was not designed for use with neck straps. A better solution for your usage needs would be to purchase either the Peak Design Cuff Camera Wrist Strap (Black), B&H # PECFBL3, or the OP/TECH USA Cam Strap-QD (Black), B&H # OPSCQDB, for your usage needs. If you do wish to use the Peak Design SL-BK-3 Slide Camera Strap (Black), B&H # PESLBK3, you would have to connect the anchor connector for both strap ends onto the same strap connector on the camera. As I do not know if there is enough room on the strap connector for two anchor connectors, and as the camera has been discontinued and is no longer avaialble, you would just have to try it to see if it works; we have no way of testing this without the camera. If it does not work, we do have a 30-Day Return Policy so you may return the strap for an exchange or a refund.
Answered by: Manzell
Date published: 2018-12-12

How good comfortable is this for heavy gear (like ...

How good comfortable is this for heavy gear (like D850 and 200-500)? The padding doesn't look all that substantial. Also, how does it attach to a tripod foot? Would I attach two connectors to the foot?
Asked by: Eric
I think it is very comfortable and for tripod foot it comes with Tripod Plate to attach to the foot
Answered by: vilson
Date published: 2021-07-01

Will this sharp take a Nikon D850 with 70-200mm ...

Will this sharp take a Nikon D850 with 70-200mm F2.8 lens attached Also, how do you attach the anchors on a L-Plate? I wish to keep the L=Plate mounted on the camera. Thanks
Asked by: SERMET
It will support your camera and lens , and most L bracket have strap hooks
Answered by: vilson
Date published: 2021-02-22

is the tripod mount that's included compatible ...

is the tripod mount that's included compatible with the PD travel tripod?
Asked by: Kyle
That thing included is not a tripod mount (if what you mean is can you connect it to a tripod.) It is just a plate that will allow you to attach anchor points to the tripod hole on your camera. Peak Design does separately sell tripod plates that the anchors can be attached to.
Answered by: David
Date published: 2020-06-25

I would like to wear this as a sling. I'm 5 ft ...

I would like to wear this as a sling. I'm 5 ft tall and would like the camera at hip level. Will this strap work for me?
Asked by: Linda
I would think so. It’s very adjustable. LOVE this strap.
Answered by: Erik
Date published: 2021-03-15

Can this strap be used to carry a large lens like ...

Can this strap be used to carry a large lens like a Canon 500mm or 600mm?
Asked by: DAREN
Sure can! Each Anchor which is the attachment point for our straps is designed to hold up to 200lbs. of force.
Answered by: Peak Design
Date published: 2019-03-28

Will the strap fold compactly attached to camera ...

Will the strap fold compactly attached to camera to fit inside a backpack or sling carry bag?
Asked by: J H
Yes , it will fit inside a backpack or sling carry bag
Answered by: Shalom
Date published: 2021-01-29

Does this strap have to connect to the bottom of ...

Does this strap have to connect to the bottom of the camera (tripod screw) or can you just connect to both sides of the camera like a normal strap?
Asked by: Darrell
It can be connected either way, your preference.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-08-24
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