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Domke 725-100 FA-100 Backpack Strap - Black
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- Backpack strap comfortable harness that allows gear to ride low on your back.
- Strap attaches instantly to the existing hardware on a specific Domke Camera Bag or Satchel.
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|Item Weight||0.5 pounds|
|Package Height||2.6 x 7.64 x 8.66 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.57 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
It can be rigged a few different ways to the bag which affect how and where the bag hangs as well as the angle in which the straps come over your shoulders. "Documentation" consisted of a single, poorly illustrated sheet of paper. This was not very helpful, but if you are smart enough to operate a camera that needs a bag like this, you can figure it out.
One very cool thing is that you can rig this so the bag sits very low. Low enough that you can still use a smaller back pack to carry things like your lunch and some water. Very cleaver!
Several bags, like the one shown, have a belt with a quick release. For other bags, this belt is optional. You can use this belt to secure the bag around your waist. A larger belt (for larger people) is available as well.
One down side is that you cannot access your camera without taking it off (unless you are a contortionist).
So straps are great just thick and the bag is not a good hiking.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
this harness works as described, no it is not a Gregory backpack type harness, but it does the job of giving you another option to carry your bag on a long day of shooting. Read morePublished 23 months ago by FredMech
If you are like me and want to make sure you are not without your fav lens, this stap lets you wear the bag on your back...all day. Read morePublished on March 30, 2014 by Jane Jackson
This works great with my Original Domke bag. I just wish I had gotten one of these years ago. I had no trouble slipping the bag on my back even when the bag was fully loaded. Read morePublished on December 10, 2013 by Ronald F. Meyer
I only occasionally use this occasionally, but it works just fine, and really draws attention from other shutterbugs, which leads to fun conversations.Published on May 7, 2012 by Paul E. Matson
I've been carrying a Domke J1 as my main photography bag. Currently it weights in at 20 lbs/ 9kg, and for me is really my full kit I take about 90% of the time. Read morePublished on February 5, 2011 by R. Freiberger