Think Tank Photo Camera Strap V2.0 (Black/Gray)
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- Fits any DSLR, super telephoto lens, or video camera with hard points for a shoulder strap
- Non-slip material on both sides of strap
- Metal rings provide attachment points for the Think Tank Camera Support Straps
- Available in two colors, blue and grey, to quickly differentiate between two similar camera bodies
- Dimensions: 55" L (147 cm) end-to-end and 1” W x 22” H (2.5 x 56 cm) shoulder strap portion, Weight: 0.1 lbs (0.06 kg)
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Lightweight camera strap has non-slip material on both sides and the strength to support pro-size camera bodies with pro lenses attached
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I bought this Think Tank V2.0-1" Double-Sided Non-Slip Camera Strap in grey after spending the first warm spring day out shooting. I had my new Fujifilm X20 around my neck, with its OEM strap carefully adjusted to a comfortable shooting position for street photos. After a few hours I noticed that its non-slip pad was beginning to chafe on my neck, and by the end of the day, the camera was spending more time in my bag than around my neck.
Previous experience with Think Tag bags made me check, as I've already found the quality build into them to be top notch. Whether that same attention to ergonomics that I had found in their photo gear remained to be seen, but after looking at some of the others available, it was worth a shot.
Putting it simply, this strap turned out to be excellent. It's about an inch wide, primarily black with a subtle grey edge trim. There are non-slip silicone patterns on both sides of the strap, which make it good when one wants to grab the camera out of the bag when busy shooting, and have to check which side it up. There are real leather accents (with very subdued logos) that are secured to metal rings, allowing for attachment to other Think Tank bags or backpacks, and this relatively light strap can be easily compressed when in a camera bag.
But even better, this strap is comfortable enough to 'wear' for 8-10 hours on the street, and that's including while carrying a loaded Think Tank CityWalker 20 bag over one shoulder. And it may not be a big thing to many, but this strap does't have ¾-inch high white logos advertising the strap as if a product placement.
The [ASIN:B004L5W6R0 Think Tank V2.0-1" Double-Sided Non-Slip Camera Strap]] has turned out to be excellent in use. It may not be a good choice for a fully-loaded Nikon or Canon with a battery pack and a long lens, but for a standard DSLR or pro/advanced digital compact, it's hard to beat. I will be back for the has turned out to be excellent in use. It may not be a good choice for a fully-loaded Nikon or Canon with a battery pack and a long lens, but for a standard DSLR or pro/advanced digital compact, it's hard to beat. I will be back for the blue version for one of the other cameras, as this is a simple 5-star strap that works. Kudos to the designers, as this one is comfortable enough to 'wear' all day.
I also found it very comfortable to wear, which i was worried about as it's narrow even in the cushioned/non-slip area. I have generally had a jacket or at least heavier shirt on while wearing it, but I've worn a DSLR for hours at a time with this strap and never felt any discomfort. Major upgrade over the oem strap in every way.
Unlike most other brands, the Think Tank is sort of minimalist. No padding, and only an inch thick of a somewhat cushioned material that's coated with rubber non-slip material on both front and back. After using brands like Crumpler - a heavy, padded strap - I was worried the Think Tank might be a little uncomfortable with my heavy DSLR and a big lens. I attached it to my Nikon D3s with a heavy pro zoom, and I was actually impressed...pretty much no difference versus the Crumpler, even with a big, heavy camera and lens, and the Think Tank stays put on my shoulder much better.
Construction quality is very good, as I've come to expect from Think Tank. An added advantage is that the Think Tank is very flexible and folds really small, making for a better fit when traveling. Only gripe is that I use a Nikon GP-1 (GPS unit) that I like to clamp to my camera strap, and I haven't found a convenient spot to do this on the Think Tank strap. Otherwise, I think it's a great choice while being rugged, reasonably priced and built to last a long time.
Alone the strap is excellent, distributes weight well despite it's narrowness and the double sided rubberization works great to prevent slippage from the shoulder.
High quality heavy weight hardware is great.
One thing, when pulling your camera high (short strap) there is a LOT of webbing hanging free that you have to do something with. I don't want to cut it off in case I wish to lengthen the strap. So it's just kind go wound around which gets in the way.