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Think Tank Photo Camera Strap V2.0 (Black/Gray)

BH #THCSG • MFR #740254
Think Tank Photo Camera Strap V2.0 (Black/Gray)
Key Features
  • Non-Slip Material on Both Sides
  • Won't Slip Off Your Shoulder
  • Anti-Twist Design
  • Thin Profile
The black/gray Camera Strap V2.0 from Think Tank is a non-slip, fully adjustable thin strap that can be used for photo or video enthusiasts. The strap is supported by metal hardware and comes with built-in rings for attachment to the optional Think Tank Camera Support Straps. Both sides of the strap are covered with a non-slip material that removes the worry about the strap sliding off your shoulder.

It attaches to your camera via its reliable back threaded loop. It's a lightweight strap that is available in two colors to make distinguishing between two cameras easier. When not in use, it folds small for storage. It's backed by Think Tank's lifetime warranty against manufacturer's defects.

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How to attach to a camera

How to attach to a camera
Asked by: Stephanie
To attach the Think Tank Photo Camera Strap V2.0 onto a camera, you need attachments such as the Ruggard Split D-Ring to do so.
Answered by: Ejona G
Date published: 2024-04-07


How wide is the strap where it loops through the camera slot lug?
Asked by: Steven
It is 0.375".
Answered by: Nathaniel
Date published: 2023-01-11

Can this be used with a Canon G7Xii without ...

Can this be used with a Canon G7Xii without problems or damage to the camera slot lugs?
Asked by: Harvey
No, this strap is too big for your camera eyelets. You need a strap with a thin loop like the ones listed below;
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2020-07-24


Does this strap have enough length to be used as cross-body?
Asked by: TIGIN P.
Might depend on your body size? I am 5'-6 female and YES this strap is long enough to use cross-body. Very nice strap...
Answered by: Fleta C.
Date published: 2022-10-23


Is this strap good enough to hold canon 5d3 with canon 70-200 f/2.8 IS II attached ?
Asked by: TIGIN P.
I hold a Nikon d810 with 24-120 and feels pretty well. Also a f6 with different lenses and feels ok too. It's a great strap!
Answered by: Bernardo S.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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