Vulture Equipment Works DSLR Strap, A4, "The Big Bastard"
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- This is the biggest, baddest camera / equipment strap in existence today, featuring capabilities that far exceed your needs.
- Designed to resist insane loads that far exceed pro camera weights .
- Transitions from dual point carry to single point sling style carry in just moments
- Featuring a top of the line military quick release.
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Variant A4, or otherwise referred to in certain pro channels as “The Big Bastard,” is the flagship strap from Vulture Equipment Works. This is the biggest, baddest camera / equipment strap in existence today, featuring capabilities that far exceed your needs. From hanging out at an elevation of 12,000 feet to just hanging out at the next Sao Paulo underwear shoot, it’s got your back! Designed to resist insane loads that far exceed pro camera weights, it transitions from dual point carry to single point sling style carry in just moments - This strap morphs to fit your situation. The A4 also features a adjustable aluminum military grade quick release (yeah, the same one special operations use!) where if you find yourself in a life threatening hangup, rest assured your camera or gear won’t strangle you to death! Included in the package is a handy safety wire component that keeps you from accidentally activating your quick release during regular street use. Hey, if they are cool enough for Director Fury then they should be ok for you too. Length you ask? Plenty, says strap, to go around the heaviest parka or pack.
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Super durable, comfortable around the neck, and strong enough to hold any camera body lens combination....I have no worries using this with any of the lenses I have in my collection
Just make sure with the larger telephoto lenses, you use the lens when lifting the camera and not the body