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- Streamlined neoprene design fits most camera and binoculars—including those with binocular rainguards
- Easy to attach and adjust with 3/8" wide webbing
- No quick disconnects
- Fully adjustable length of 22" to 44" (55,9cm - 111,8cm)
- Made in the USA
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|Item Dimensions||5.12 x 9.06 x 2.36 in||1 x 31.5 x 0.25 in||3.4 x 7 x 1.6 in||—||—||2.5 x 37 x 0.25 in|
|Enclosure Material||neoprene, leather||neoprene||—||soft||neoprene||neoprene|
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|Style Name||none||—||Uni-Loop||—||—||Pro Loop|
The "no frills" approach to a comfortable and functional neck strap is what OP/TECH USA offers in the E-Z Comfort Strap. The slim design and easy-to-use connection system make this a great strap for binoculars and cameras. It combines high quality neoprene, top grade leather and 3/8" (9,5mm) webbing to give you a simple, yet comfortable strap. Getting down to basics without sacrificing quality is what the E-Z Comfort Strap is all about.
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I will say that this strap is a bit short, but that's not a problem for me as I use a small Micro 4/3 camera and I prefer to have the camera close to my body as to avoid bumps while I'm walking through crowds. At the same time, the strap is long enough for me to double around my wrist while shooting so that I have some stabilization and do not drop the camera. The neck part of the strap is a nice, cushy black foam. My camera body and lens weigh almost nothing, but I'm certain that this would be comfortable for someone using a larger camera/lens combo. The build seems durable, but I can not speak o how it will hold up long term as I have only owned it for a short time. Extra points for being affordable. I've seen straps that do the same thing but cost much more.
tl;dr- Cheap and it does the job. Doesn't strain the neck. Recommended.
I think I'll only break out that big one if I'm shooting the 70-200 f/2.8 on a body with a grip. But, if I did that, I'd be on a monopod. Hmm... I'm not sure there's a reason for me to ever use the bigger strap!