Rainbowimaging Quick Release Dual-shoulder Camera Neck Strap for Canon Nikon Olympus Pentax Panasonic Sony Dslr + Lens - Black
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- Quick Release Design
- Comfortable to use.
- Fits Canon Nikon Olympus Pentax Panasonic Sony Cameras
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|Item Dimensions||2 x 4 x 10 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.65 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
I am very pleased with the Rainbowimaging Strap. I'm a wedding photographer, and instead of changing lenses I usually carry two camera bodies with me to eliminate wasted time. Up until now, I used the stock Canon straps - they are well-made and comfortable but crossing two over your body is really inconvenient, especially while wearing a suit. This strap changes everything!
The strap manages decently:
Camera Number 1: a Canon 5D Body with grip, Canon 70-200mm f/2.8L Lens and Canon Speedlite 580EX II Flash
Camera Number 2: a Canon EOS-3 Film Camera with grip, Canon 17-35mm F/2.8 L Lens (I shoot film).
- Very comfortable
- Excellent price-point
- Allows for dual camera wielding
- Very easy to switch between cameras, easy to bring camera to eye-level
- Splits into a single camera strap
- Has been tested working with both OEM Canon battery grips AND 3rd-party grips (Jenis, Neewer and Zeikos)
Overall, I am pleased with the construction of this strap. At this price point, I really couldn't have asked for more.Read more ›
Also furthermore, the rubber padding between the camera and the plate shifts off due to it being thin an cheap material poorly glued onto the plate.
this wouldve been a great strap had the clips and rubber padding been better built and of higher quality. ill probably go for a black rapid dual setup but i heard you have to tighten the connectors every so often. i may also consider going back to the neoprene optech straps if i wanted peace of mind.
Update - I've been using the real version of this - the Black Rapid dual strap and it has been wonderful for almost a year and i love it. I was able to fix the flash foot easily for under $50.
I used it once last week. Everything was fine. I really liked how it distributed the weight of the two 5D bodies with the lenses on. It was a lot more comfortable than using two Black Rapid straps separately.
THEN THE NIGHTMARE HAPPENED TODAY (3/26/2013)!
In the middle of a pregnancy shoot at my client's home, the carabiner hook BROKE (see posted picture on Amazon from me). My 5D mark III + my brand new 24-70mm f/2.8 mark II lens + Pocket Wizard TT5 just fell on the floor. My heart almost stopped. I wasn't even doing anything with any impact at the time. All I did was bending down lower, and I heard this big thump!
My pocket wizard has a broken hot shoe for sure. I don't know the extent of my lens or camera damage. It makes me sick to think that I just risked $6000 worth of equipment on this piece of crappy product! I don't know if I can sleep tonight. The feeling of sudden lightness on my shoulder and a big thump always makes me scared to death.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not very tight. The rubber on the iron plate is not strong enough.Published 8 days ago by Amazon Customer
EDIT AT END: THIS IS **NOT** THE SAME AS MY PREVIOUS HARNESS.
I have used one of these harnesses for over three years, heavy use at all-day events with often a very heavy... Read more
Please note, while there are many great reviews, this review is coming from someone who believes in, "If you can't say anything nice, don't say it at all. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Coral
I have yet to use this but it seems to be As Advertised...Published 1 month ago by Craig V. Halcromb