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Domke Gripper Camera Strap 1" - Black

BH #DOSG1B • MFR #740-1BK
Domke
Domke Gripper Camera Strap 1" - Black
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Domke 740-1BK Overview

Whenever you have to carry your camera outside your bag, these straps provide the same non-slip security as a Domke Shoulder Strap. They come with the hardware needed to attach to any SLR.

Adjustable length up to 42" (107 cm).

UPC: 049383160130

Domke 740-1BK Specs

Strap Length42.0" / 106.7 cm
Strap Width1.0" / 2.5 cm
MaterialCanvas
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.245 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8.8 x 4.1 x 1.75"

Domke 740-1BK Reviews

Very effective camera strap

By James
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2021-09-30

Works well on a Sony 6500, not too big and clumsy and better than the Sony supplied strap. Good for most APS-C mirrorless cameras but may not have a comfortable strap width for a heavier camera. I like its simplicity and looks durabile.

great no-slip strap

By Rich
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-12-04

I had one of these for 15+ years and the strap started fraying so I bought a new one

A classic just like the Domke bags.

By Keith
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-08-19

I've been using the classic 1 Domke camera strap for at least 20 years on everything from full-size Nikon DSLRs, to Leicas, to my current Fujifilm X100F. In time the gripper material eventually degrades, but that takes at least 15 years in my experience. I have an older Domke strap that has lost all of its gripper silicon and it's still a durable strap.

Nice Lightweight Strap

By Craig
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2020-03-18

I knocked off 1 star for this Domke strap, due to the (slightly) lower quality in materials that I'm seeing, as compared to my older, more substantial Domke straps. The neck strap looks & feels the same, but the smaller black straps that connect to the camera are definitely thinner. As a result, the little plastic rectangular pieces - the things that hold the excess strap neatly in place - just slide around freely, they're basically useless. You can mitigate this by folding over the end of the excess, and tucking a third layer of strap into the clip (if that makes sense) but it's not an easy feat. Less stitching is used as well. None of this is a deal-breaker - it's still a nice strap and I'm using it for now (I'm likely getting a Peak Design Leash strap) but the drop in quality and attention to detail is noticeable. For $15 in the black model, it's all good - but this higher-priced tan model is not worth $24.

Old School...

By John
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-07-17

These have been around for many years. I was buying these and the ThinkTank straps a few years ago. But ThinkTank has now put Grip on both sides of their straps...why?? So back to Domke for my single sided grippy needs!!

great one for FM3A

By Maarten
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-06-03

nice one (the one without the metal quick release) !

Got to have the swivels

By Edward
Rated 2 out of 5
Date: 2021-05-20

Got to have the swivels or the strap is always in a constant state of tangled mess!

Best straps

By Kevin
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-02-14

This is the 3rd or 4th strap of the same kind. Feels secure and does not slip on your shoulder. I have one for the D850 and now for the Df. They do fail after a few years of moisture (in Asia) but that's to be expected; the rubber side flakes off.

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Will this strap work fine with a Canon 5d mark ...

Will this strap work fine with a Canon 5d mark iii?
Asked by: Neo
I would recommend going with one that is a bit thicker to spread the weight out a bit more, but technically yes this strap would work with the Canon 5D Mark III.
Answered by: Zachariah
Date published: 2021-02-15

Is this strap long enough to use as a shoulder ...

Is this strap long enough to use as a shoulder sling style strap?
Asked by: Randy
The strap is 42 inches long when laid flat on a surface. Depending on the person, for someone with a small to small/medium frame and personal preference as to where you want the camera to land on your body slinging over the shoulder with this strap can work comfortably. There are other brands of straps made specifically for slinging across the body such as Black Rapid to be found on the B&H Website. https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1278400-REG/blackrapid_361001_cross_shot_single_strap.html
Answered by: Steve
Date published: 2019-07-03

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will this strap work for canon G16?
Asked by: Anonymous
Hey Thanks for the questionthe strap is perfect to be discret and the camera is well gripped on the shoulder.Since i got in B&H its still on my M-P ;-)BestTF
Answered by: THIERRY F.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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The rings that connect the thin webbing to the thick part of the strap feel flimsy to me. Are they plastic or metal?
Asked by: Anonymous
I cannot say! It seems metal to me, but it could be a very strong kind of plastic (and I mean STRONG). Im using this strap often, and as any Domke stuff; im very satisfied whit it!! I must say that is a heavy duty strap...Good luck!
Answered by: DIEGO R.
Date published: 2020-02-04

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Can strap be connected to small rings on camera body?? The included strap uses small cord to attach through the small rings.
Asked by: Anonymous
I took off the small rings and the leatherpieces, and attached the strap directly into the lugs of the camera. I have used the strap with two Nikon cameras after another, since mid September 2013. The strap is very comfortable and I have absolutely nothing to complain about. It's very nice and uncomplicated. Strongly recommended!Ola WiznVisby, Sweden
Answered by: Ola W.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Will this strap work on a rollicord Vb?
Asked by: Tina H.
Do not buy this strap. The Domke straps used to be great about 30 years ago. Sadly, The strap weaving is thin, and the stitching on the end which connects to the camera can be easily ripped open. If you have a camera store where you live- go there - and test out the straps especially for a camera with a bit of weight like the Rolleicord.
Answered by: Diane F.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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