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Yes, most definitely. I use the strap with all my Nikons.
D300s,D2xs.D7000,D7100.D5200,. All fit the strap.
I have sony cameras also and I use the strap for them

By AB on September 15, 2014
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Nope. It's attached to one end but it slides to fit.
By Fred on April 18, 2014
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Approximately 50" sewn into a loop. I am 6'2" and my camera hangs neatly at my belt with the strap fully extended.
By M. Kelley on September 27, 2015
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If you have the screw in the bottom of the DSLR, then yes it can be used.
By kg on November 12, 2013
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I have not had a problem with my snap at all, and it works great for me, but again I am just a casual user nothing like a professional.
By cefilly on March 26, 2014
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About 8 inches. And it's what you do with it... Not the length that matters.  so please Ensure you position it on your shoulder....
By Ajit Iyer on April 30, 2016
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Yes. The connection is a screw that goes where you would normally attach your camera to a tripod. So as long as your A6000 has that and its not some strange not standard size your all good.
By Daniel on February 9, 2017
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Hi, John. I'm sorry that I cannot be of any help here, as I have since given this sling to a friend. I am pretty sure the width of the strap was about one inch, but there was a lot of space in the pad itself, so I imagine your 1.5 inch strap would easily go through it. Also, as I recall, the strap could b removed, so y… see more Hi, John. I'm sorry that I cannot be of any help here, as I have since given this sling to a friend. I am pretty sure the width of the strap was about one inch, but there was a lot of space in the pad itself, so I imagine your 1.5 inch strap would easily go through it. Also, as I recall, the strap could b removed, so you wouldn't have to cut it to replace it with your 1.5 inch one. see less Hi, John. I'm sorry that I cannot be of any help here, as I have since given this sling to a friend. I am pretty sure the width of the strap was about one inch, but there was a lot of space in the pad itself, so I imagine your 1.5 inch strap would easily go through it. Also, as I recall, the strap could b removed, so you wouldn't have to cut it to replace it with your 1.5 inch one.
By Adventure Reader on August 13, 2014
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Yes, it will -
I have one attached to my Nikon D70S

By Burning Hot on July 6, 2015