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It will help keep the strap in place if you are doing a lot of movement, taking shots on the fly. The strap can slide forward or backward on your shoulder, and the underarm strap basically keeps things in place.
By J. Hall on October 16, 2014
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I wouldn't say this strap is overkill. It's all about convenience and comfort. Even someone with a point-and-shoot could use this strap if they're going to be doing a lot of shooting in a day. It just depends on your preference. I didn't like having my camera hanging around my neck with the standard strap; over tim… see more I wouldn't say this strap is overkill. It's all about convenience and comfort. Even someone with a point-and-shoot could use this strap if they're going to be doing a lot of shooting in a day. It just depends on your preference. I didn't like having my camera hanging around my neck with the standard strap; over time my neck and shoulders would start to ache and I found myself fumbling around when trying to get my camera up and ready quickly. With this sling style strap, I literally just reach my right hand down and it grabs the camera in the same position I will be holding it when I bring it up to shoot. Up to you, but at this price point, it may be worth getting even if you only use it occasionally. see less
By David R. on April 23, 2014
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I have no idea why the price difference. I have used mine quite a lot ,no signs of wear yet. I would say it is well made . Hope this helps you.
By dave scheffee on May 22, 2014
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Yes - The P500 has also the same screw for adding a tripod - So it will work - you only have to take it off if you are using a tripod - which is also better anyway
By Peter D. Jansen on August 23, 2013
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I'd like to see a picture also.
By Kenneth Levine on May 31, 2014
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It's included
By Vito86 on February 15, 2014
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It is compatible with any camera that can screw on to a tripod.
By Paul Kiewiet on September 23, 2014
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No women have used mine but I don't think they would have a problem with it. The strap under the armpit helps keep it in place.
By Bill on August 8, 2014
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Wouldn't use it with that heavy a lens because it would be too much strain on the camera's lens mount. Unless, of course, you're attaching it to the lens' s tripod mount, then it would be okay.
By Pro Photographer on December 9, 2014
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April, After looking at mine I believe there is plenty of room for adjustment to fit you. I really like mine. Can't beat it for the price.
By Timothy A. Buelow on April 18, 2015