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OP/TECH USA 6704062 SLR Wrist Strap, Neoprene Camera Wrist Strap (Royal)


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  • Fits most SLR cameras and binoculars.
  • Neoprene strap secures comfortably around the wrist.
  • Security slide tightens the strap around the wrist.
  • Recommended Load: Up to 10 lbs (4.53kg).
  • Made in the USA.
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OP/TECH USA 6704062 SLR Wrist Strap, Neoprene Camera Wrist Strap (Royal) + OP/TECH USA  System Connector Uni-Loop + OP/TECH USA Utility Strap - Sling (Black)
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Technical Details

Color: Royal
  • digital-camera

Product Details

Color: Royal
  • Product Dimensions: 10.2 x 4.3 x 1.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B004N622XK
  • Item model number: 6704062
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (269 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 17, 2003

Product Description

Color: Royal

OP/TECH USA’s SLR WRIST STRAP offers a comfortable alternative to carrying an SLR camera or other gear. It attaches to the camera with our unique Uni-Loop System which gives it added versatility. The neoprene wrist strap is adjusted around the wrist with a security slide to keep it firmly in place. Keeping it simple and secure is the secret to the SLR WRIST STRAP. It offers good peace of mind when shooting without a neck strap.

Customer Reviews

This strap is very comfortable to wear and works well for me.
Larry K. Porter
When I take out my camera, I immediately slip my hand through the wrist strap and my camera is secure and comfortable.
M_Six
This strap is so much more comfortable than the neck strap that came with the camera.
B. Bautista

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

29 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Gene on April 7, 2010
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
Strap was purchased to replace a neck strap provided with a Canon G11 digital camera. I do not like anything hanging around my neck that has any weight. The camera is heavy enough that a skinny strap used for the small point-n-shoot cameras would not offer adequate security. As other reviews has described, the plastic snap connector adds no value and perhaps is a negative feature.

Another consideration is the size of the connecting ribbon cord to the camcorder or camera. This braided cord is substantial, about 3/8" x 1/8", not a weak link in the strap assembly. The negative side of this is its size is just big enough not to fit through my camera's strap loop. I have cut down a plastic electrical cable loop to use as an interface between the camera's loop and the braided cord. The plastic cable loop has holes for a screw that I used to attach the cord. The cable loop is white so I dyed it black with fabric dye. Functions well and looks very good.

Overall, the strap provides a good, non-slip feel. It's elastic wristband is comfortable and has a sliding, plastic adjustment to tighten the strap for smaller wrists.

During warmer weather the strap makes my wrist sweat. The inside of the strap gets wet, but dries quickly. I have used this camera a lot during warm weather, sweated a lot onto it, but it doesn't stink. I could wash it.

The look is very utilitarian. The photo is accurate.
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42 of 44 people found the following review helpful By J. Nelson on November 6, 2009
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
This neoprene wrist strap is comfortably wide, can be cinched to your hand with the included buckle-like device, and is not so long that your camera will dangle far from your wrist when you let go of it.

My only concern is the plastic clip that attaches the neoprene wrist strap to the lanyard portion secured to the camera. It looks sturdy enough, and hasn't given any indication that it's going to come loose, but given how easy it is to get your hand into and out of the wrist strap, it seems like the inclusion of this clip doesn't add enough value to the product to justify the loss of peace of mind.

If you were going to be switching between a neck strap and this wrist strap, the plastic clip would probably make that process quick and easy, but if, like me, you're only interested in securing your camera with a wrist strap, the clip feels unnecessary.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By K. Shin on January 21, 2012
Color Name: Black
I've always wound the slr strap that comes with an slr around my hand to give the similar effect as the hand strap that screw into the tripod socket and wraps around the back of your hands, so I just decided to get a "real" wrist strap instead of a makeshift handstrap. It's pretty sturdy made and the snap-in buckle is solid enough that it seems that it will not just flake out with your camera flying. I do question the durability of the string on the end that attaches to the camera. It's shoe-lace like but very thin with not much fabric density. So I don't think I'll be flinging the camera around just by the strap. But for what this strap is made for, it's perfect - so that you don't accidently drop the camera as you may without a strap of any kind.

The strap material is elastic neoprene. You can close down the strap to make it tighter around your wrist but I really don't see the need to adjust as it's already comfortably tight enough.

I also considered getting one of those slr grips that screws into the tripod socket and wraps around the top of your hand but when I thought about it, for the camera to be safe from accidents you always had to have it glued to your hand whereas with this wrist strap, you can hold the camera in a more free and loose kind of way with the peace of mind of knowing that the strap will save your camera from a fall if your hand decides to let go.

Price is good. I wish it came in more exciting colors and wild prints though.

Update: There's a difference between a "handstrap" and a "wriststrap".
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Jerry Saperstein HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on December 26, 2011
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
This is sold as a hand strap for DSLRs. Strap construction is, putting it mildly, interesting. A thick (I think) neoprene look is riveted to a clasp which in turn has a leather flap sewn around a clasp holding an elastic look. Yes, it looks like something you'd find in a bondage emporium.

The wrist strap feels secure and fit snugly around my wrist.The clasp, which is of the kind commonly found on bags and packs these days, feels secure. The advantage is that it allows you to quickly detach the wrist strap if you have need to. The disadvantage is that it would be possible - not easily so - to accidentally release the clasp.

The elastic loop that is supposed to thread through the eyelet of the camera is a bear, very difficult to get through. It is about 3/16ths of an inch wide. I bought a wrist strap so I could alternate with the neck strap. Not with this one. There isn't room on my LX5 for both loops, which definitely limits the usefulness to me.

Unless your camera has large eyelets or you want to use only the hand strap, I suggest you scrutinize this model closely and also consider the alternatives.

Jerry
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