CowboyStudio Bein Fashion Universal Embroidery Style DSLR Camera Shoulder Wrist Grip Neck Belt Strap, CAM7423
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- One (1) Embroidery style strap
- Type: Adjustable
- Material: Print Denim/Top layer; Leather/ Under layer
- Thickness: 2.5mm; Width: 39mm
- 25 processes and 3 QCs guarantee straps
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|Item Dimensions||6 x 6 x 6 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.2 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
Before it broke - it was great.
|Length: 1:08 Mins|
does not slide much off shoulder and its about
$60 cheaper than those other brands like Black Rapid
Essentially, the manufacturer didn't bother to tie the ends of the threads in the stitches so product will unravel easily after use. Imagine using it for a few days, you see a loose thread, a few more days the thread gets longer and if you pull on it and the whole thing starts to unravel.
The first one I received was already coming apart out of the box, figured I got a defective one and exchanged it. The replacement was a bit better, but was still poorly stitched. I really needed it for a trip so I decided to take a needle and thread and reinforced the stitching myself in two areas of the strap that looked questionable. Left for a 3 week trip, used it daily for two weeks and noticed the stitching coming apart in another section of the strap that previously looked fine. Kept using it for another week as it unraveled more and more daily. By the end of the trip I was wondering how many more days before the strap comes apart and drops my DSLR to the ground!
It would be a good product if it weren't so poorly made. Fit my T4i just fine and was able to open the battery compartment with it on as well and it allows you to attach a tripod mount removing the strap mount. The shoulder pad does tend to ride up and move towards your back as you use it, a bit of a annoyance but it wasn't too big a deal
Bottom line: It works, but its so poorly made don't bother getting it unless you're can and are willing to restitched the thing yourself.
The second problem is that I have a Sony camera. The "live screen" tilts, the way you connect the metal piece to the tripod screw makes the live screen almost stationary.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love it, a bit stiff, but that will change when it gets broken in more, very sturdy strap though.Published 5 months ago by Pat W.
This strap works great for my Nikon, and super comfortable! Definitely worth buying. Great quality materials as wellPublished 6 months ago by Elizabeth W.
I was a bit concerned before deciding to buy the product. I have read so many negative comments and complaint about broken latches, straps, carabina.... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Romualdo F.
Very cool strap design.
I like how it is quick to access and very confortable to wear when out and about.
No more neck strain. The shoulder strap supports the weight of the camera and that is important if you have to walk around with a DSLR and tele lens for an extended period. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Willie E. Bridgeforth, Jr
Absolutely love this! Great quality and has been SO handy while taking pictures! Gives me so much more mobility.Published 17 months ago by Police Box