Domke 1" Web Camera Strap without Swivel (Tan)

Domke Gripper Camera Strap 1" - Tan

Domke Gripper Camera Strap 1" - Tan

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Domke 1" Web Camera Strap without Swivel (Tan)

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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" (107cm).

UPC: 049383063509
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  • 1Description
Strap Length 42.0" / 106.7 cm
Strap Width 1.0" / 2.5 cm
Quick Release Not Specified by Manufacturer
Material Canvas
Packaging Info
Package Weight 0.25 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 8.6 x 4.1 x 1.3"
1" Web Camera Strap without Swivel (Tan) is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 119.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from THE strap to depend on These are the only straps I use to carry my pro gear. They carry a 70-200 zoom on a 1D on one shoulder, and a 16-35 on a 1D on the other. Pretty comfortable. Extremely strong, dependable, and they just work - the way I like all my gear. They've never broken or snapped apart on me, and the only reason I get new ones is the bead of rubber that contacts my shoulders get worn down due to professional use, but this takes a long, long time to happen. I just get new ones. I prefer the non-swivel model as I find that the swivels get in the way of my quick shooting as they sort of swing around a bit. Great, classic product that is super functional.
Date published: 2009-02-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good strap for a lightweight film body Before purchasing this strap for my AE-1 I was using the one that came on my 5D Mk II (I got the 1.5 Gripper w/ swivel for it). One of the sides is all rubber and the other side is a scratchy woven nylon. It was thick and irritated my neck after hours of walking around the city. Not so with the 1 Gripper. It is not so wide, so there is less room to irritate your neck. The material is also much more comfortable. The only thing I'd change about it is make the strap itself longer. I feel like there is not enough strap and too much nylon (the adjustable part). Other than that, it's a great addition to any lightweight camera body.
Date published: 2010-05-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Starting to cheap out These aren't made like they used to. The new Gripper strap I just bought is made of cheaper and thinner materials and stitching than the exact same one I bought two years ago. Attached photo shows old strap on the right, new one on the left. I used my old strap with full confidence that my camera/lens wouldn't suddenly go crashing to the ground. I no longer have that confidence.
Date published: 2015-11-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I wish I had this two years ago!!!! I have a D700....with heavy glass attached. I'm always moving around and I can't afford to even think about the possibility of the strap breaking. This Domke strap is the best I've ever had. It's strong, non slipping flexible design is the choice of the pros. If you don't beleive me next time you're around a group of pro photographers have a look.
Date published: 2009-05-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Low-key/all black strap Needed a plain black strap for my D300s with MB-D10 because client prefers photographer not wear/advertise Nikon or any other company. The strap that came with the D300s is a good one, but the bright yellow does clash with a tuxedo or dark suit. So got the Domke, it is plain black (with gray rubber stitching on the bottom of the shoulder strap) and the shoulder part of the strap is one inch wide without any bulking padding etc. No problems with the strap other than the usual adjusting issues to get it to the proper length. Domke also has a version of this strap that has swivel function so the strap doesn't get twisted up. I think next time I'll get the swivel option for a little more money.
Date published: 2010-02-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Comfortable Strap I've tried a number of straps and carrying methods for my Canon G11. I've used the factory strap (stiff and slippery), wrist straps (takes up a hand or requires a strapped case), The Domke strap stays on my shoulder and does not slip off. It seems ideal for walking around with easy access to the camera. The cotton webbing is comfortable and the gripper stitching is great for keeping the camera on your shoulder. The all sewn construction eliminates mechanical points of failure. I chose this over the swivel version for that reason and to avoid scratching the camera. The 1 webbing is probably overkill for a camera like the G11. It's not a criticism of the strap, just a comment on my use.
Date published: 2013-09-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I love Gripper straps This strap is thin, but comfortable, stays on your shoulder and doesn't have a bunch of metal fittings to bump against your camera and make noise. I am a big fan of the 1 Domke gripper straps and I often just wrap the strap around my wrist. I find 1.5 or 2 inch straps get in the way, but these never are. Easy to push aside when you put the camera in a bag too. One would think a thin strap would be uncomfortable, but I haven't' found that to be the case with reasonable glass (say, total body/lens/flash weight under 5-6 lbs). I put one of these on every DSLR/SLR I own (or have owned).
Date published: 2015-05-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent for wrapping around your wrist I don't use neck-straps around my neck apart from brief periods whilst changing lenses; whilst shooting I wrap them twice around my right wrist. I was looking for something a little smaller and less grippy than the basic Canon strap that was provided with the 1D Mark III and 20D; also something a little more discreet as I do some candid stuff & travelling and the less badging the better. That's this in a nutshell - it's actually less grippy than the Canon one but that's what I want. It's thinner which again, suits me when cramming it into a bag. The straps don't cinch as tightly into the eyelets as the standard ones but they're very firm when you put weight on them so I have no qualms about letting the camera dangle whilst changing lenses. I chose the Domke strap without the swivels so as not to have something metal moving about in my bags, potentially scratching something. I liked the first one I bought so much that I bought a second one for my other camera. Fits the E-1 handstrap just fine, too. I don't think this would be ideal for someone who carries their camera around their neck all day as it's thinner than most standard straps and unpadded; however if your usage patterns are similar to mine it may be ideal.
Date published: 2008-07-25
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