BlackRapid's newest and lightest strap yet, it's built for speed and packs away in a flash requiring minimal storage space. Great for photographers on the go!
This MOD extends any of the MOD compatible straps an additional 15" (38cm), granting even the broadest and/or tallest of photographers the ability to wear an R-Strap.
The Brad is an underarm stabilizing strap that attaches to the front and back of your R-Strap. Designed to work with all R-Straps, it works well with the Classic, Cargo, and Curve.
This BlackRapid MOD covers and reinforces the buckle on all MOD compatible R-Straps.
Overview: Wrist Strap
This video provides a product overview for the proper use and adjustment of all current Wrist Straps.
Utilizing the same ConnectR and FastenR found on the R-Strap, you can be sure that your camera is safe and close at hand.
ProtectR by BlackRapid
The ProtectR provides your strap with a perimeter barrier of light-weight steel cable so you can travel anywhere with a greater peace of mind.
Behind the Lens with Jasin Boland
Australia's own Jasin Boland is one of the world's top Movie Stills Photographers. We are proud to count him not only as a great friend, but also an avid fan of our gear. This video gives you a brief introduction to his focus, his ideals, and his foundation. Not to mention a feature of some *shots he's taken over so many years, and some should definitely look a little familiar if you've seen a movie in the past decade.
*All images are used with permission from Jasin Boland and are owned by all appropriate parties. BlackRapid does not claim ownership over any of the images within.
A Rick Sammon Photowalk
In late April, brilliant photographer Rick Sammon came to Seattle and provided some insight to budding professionals and hobbyists alike. On one Friday afternoon we had the chance to follow him around as he guided a couple dozen photogs on a photowalk.
Event Sponsors: Glazer's Camera in Seattle and Canon
Feature: Youth in Focus
This past spring Ron Henry, fonder of BlackRapid spent a day with the kids and faculty of Youth in Focus, an organization based in Seattle that helps youth who might otherwise lack the means or guidance to do more constructive things with their lives.
"Youth in Focus is an afterschool program that uses intensive photography training as a tool to help disadvantaged teens develop personal voice, positive identity, social skills and artistic skills. We offer free, multi-level classes for teens ages 13-19 in both film and digital photography, and advanced students participate in our job skills project shooting assignments for hire. Classes are taught by professional teaching artists and supported by volunteer adult mentors. In this way we create a community of support around our students that both encourages and challenges them on their journey to a positive adulthood." - (From youthinfocus.org)