Zing Designs Standard Camera/Binocular Strap (Blue)

Zing Designs Standard Camera/Binocular Strap (Blue)

Zing Designs Standard Camera/Binocular Strap (Blue)

B&H # ZISSBL MFR # 585-805
Zing Designs Standard Camera/Binocular Strap (Blue)

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  • Neoprene Camera/Binocular Strap
  • 5.0mm Thick and 2.0" Wide
  • Nylon Web Extensions

Color: Blue

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The Zing Designs Standard Camera/Binocular Strap (Blue) is a stylishly designed, neoprene camera strap that is 5.0mm thick and 2.0" wide. It has ample cushioning and stretch to help reduce camera or binocular weight. It has fully finished edges that are trimmed in black binding. The strap features nylon web extensions for standard camera or binocular attachment, and durable quick-release hardware and length adjusters.

Neoprene stretchable camera/binocular strap with cushioned padding
Fully finished edges are trimmed in black binding
Quick-release for fast and easy disconnect
Nylon web extensions for standard camera or binocular attachment
UPC: 049383061918
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Zing Designs Standard Camera/Binocular Strap (Blue)
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    Zing Designs 585-805 specs

    Material Neoprene
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.22 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 7.0 x 2.0 x 1.7"

    Zing Designs 585-805 reviews

    Standard Camera/Binocular Strap (Blue) is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 33.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Comfortable and Sturdy, but . . . The shoulder strap is comfortable and well padded. It's also about the right width; it doesn't slip around on my shoulder and is not so wide that it makes stowing the strap with the camera a problem. However, I wish the nylon straps that have the connectors closest to the camera were a little wider. I understand they have to be pretty narrow on one end where they loop through the camera strap eyes, but where they're the same narrow width where they connect to the connector that in turn connects to the wider strap. If I used the strap on a larger camera, I'd be worried about the skinny end pieces and would probably return the strap.
    Date published: 2011-01-03
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from One of the best detachable camera belts This is my third Zing camera belt. Use 2 with. Cameras and one with Quantum turbo battery pack. Being a professional photographer camera and turbo battery pack hang on neck and shoulder absorbing perspiration. After 4-5 hrs it feels washed. After completing shoot I detach them from camera or battery and let hang on camera bag handle to dry. Only negative is they stretch with weight but I am used to it. Over all strong, comfortable and detachable belt, highest stars to these belts.
    Date published: 2014-07-28
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Bang for the Buck! This is the third of these straps I've bought. There just isn't anything out there more comfortable. The slight stretchiness of the neoprene makes it act as a shock absorber. Once you try it, you won't go back. I like having the snaps on the ends for removing the strap while on the tripod, and that's why I've bought three of them - I keep losing it. The only minor complaint is with the last one. It was so tightly wrapped around the cardboard packaging that it left creases in the neoprene that won't come out. No matter; it still works great!
    Date published: 2017-02-01
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Big and sturdy The Zing strap is well made and comfortable to wear. My one complaint would be that it seems to be made for very tall people. At the shortest adjustment possible, my binoculars hang at my belly, and not where I want them - at my chest. A little less neoprene neck strap and a little more adjustable nylon strap would be a big improvement.
    Date published: 2015-03-09
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Looking for comfort The search began when the Nikon and Olympus binoculars came with strong but uncomfortable straps. Found these at B&H and got one for the binocs and the new DSLR. These is the most comfortable strap I've had for long days on the trail.
    Date published: 2012-03-25
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Almost Exactly What I Was Looking For I wanted to replace the classic Nikon strap with a plain black camera strap. I live in Manhattan and don't want random people from across the street to be able to see what kind of camera I am carrying. The Zing strap is almost perfect. It is of a good quality and is easy to clean (which is good for when I take my camera with me on a grueling - read: sweaty - hike). My only complaint would be that it would be even more comfortable if it were another half-inch or so wider.
    Date published: 2009-08-11
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great comfortable strap I use this strap on my Cannon 60D with my Cannon 24-105 lens. That's a heavy combo. I like how the strap around the neck gives a little and the comfortable material it's made of I like this strap alot. It's made in two parts you have this clip systym so you can detach the camera from the strap easil6,like if you want to put your camera on a tripod and don't want the hanging strap look. I like it.
    Date published: 2016-02-28
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from My favorite strap of all time This is the most comfortable strap I've ever owned. My first one was the nylon type of strap that was given to me when I bought a used film SLR camera. It dug into my neck. I hated it, so I didn't use it. My second one was a Nikon one that comes with their camera. Same problem; it's pokey on the neck. Ten years ago, I was in NYC and stopped by B&H and felt up all their straps. This was the nicest one. I bought it and used it for several years before my camera got stolen out of my car. I thought I could get by with just a phone camera and went DSLR-less for several years. I couldn't capture what I wanted, so I came back to the camera world. This time, I got a Canon camera and their strap sucks too. Ten years after I had first bought one, I still had my receipt and was able to find the brand and thus, the strap again. Thank the heavens they still make it. It's truly a testament to how good this thing is if it's still being made ten years later! Here's why it's the best: 1) The strap that touches your neck is made of neoprene. It stretches. It makes it really easy to carry this thing all day, especially if you do the cross shoulder style of carry (where the strap is on the left side of your neck and the camera on the right side of your body). 2) It was a quick disconnect. I have the parts that connect to my camera long enough that I can connect them over the top of the camera so they don't flap about when I'm not using the strap 3) It's a little more discreet over a honking Canon or Nikon strap that advertises that you have a camera on you. Cons: 1) The connectors are made of plastic. I've never had it break or come close to breaking, but when a couple thousand dollars are hanging on it, I kind of worry. I've carried my camera cross bodied 8 hours a day, everyday for 2 weeks and had no problems, so this is me just nitpicking. But if you're the kind of person that reads a long review like this, you'd probably nitpick it too, right?
    Date published: 2016-08-08
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