Street Breathe

Lightweight Series

3 Reviews

Street camera strap: Ariaprene shoulder pad, adjustable length nylon webbing with buckle. Includes connector (CR-4), connector cover (Lock Star) & fastener (FR-5) hardware and a small polyester dust bag.

$39.95
SKU: Street
$39.95

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Product Specs

  • Strap length with pad: 160 cm

  • Pad consists of: Ariaprene, TPE foam,

    polyester

  • Pad Length: 38 cm

  • Pad Width: 3.5 cm - 6 cm

  • Pad Thickness: .25 cm

  • Webbing: Nylon binding and webbing

  • Webbing Width: 1.3 cm

  • Includes ConnectR (CR-4)

  • LockStar
  • FastenR (FR-5)

  • Small polyester dust bag 
  • Product Weight: 3.39 oz




Ratings & Reviews

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Light and secure

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Fantastic sling strap. I use it for my compact camera.

Perfect strap

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This is the perfect strap for my Canon G5x which is a larger point and shoot. The strap never moves when you pull up the camera to shoot. It slides along the nylon strap. I wear under my coat for street photography and it is a joy to use.

Great strap with a few quibbles

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This is a very good, lightweight strap. It's comfortable to wear all day, and the camera simply slides along the webbing when you bring it up to shoot. There are a couple minor design quibbles that keep it from being perfect.







First, it has a buckle in the middle of the strap. I can't think of any reason that I would want a quick release on the strap that holds my camera, especially on my back. I think the buckle is superfluous, and potentially risky if ever something catches it and causes it to release.







The other thing is that the webbing is rather long, and when adjusted for a quick-draw carry, there's a lot of extra webbing with only a single loop to contain the excess. As a result, it tends to get twisted and tangled.







Despite these minor complaints, it's a great strap, and holds my Fuji X-H1 with a heavy zoom very nicely at my hip.