OP/TECH USA Mirrorless Neoprene Camera Wrist Strap (Steel)

OP/TECH USA Mirrorless Neoprene Camera Wrist Strap (Steel)

OP/TECH USA Mirrorless Neoprene Camera Wrist Strap (Steel)

OP/TECH USA Mirrorless Neoprene Camera Wrist Strap (Steel):at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! This is a comfortable wrist strap that has a quick disconnect. While it is labelled as a camera strap, I am actually using mine for my digital audio recorder - so that I can have it on my wrist or quickly hang it to a light stand or tripod. There is a piece of plastic to help snug the fit of the wrist, which also is helpful for snugging it to a knob on a light stand or tripod. The only think that I didn't like is that the stitching seemed to be rough. It doesn't affect function right now, but I worry that the threads may start to unwind in the future. Overall I'm pleased with the item and would recommend it to others. I've uploaded some photos to show the wrist strap more clearly. If this review has been helpful, please click the button. Thanks.new york mall,houston mall,oklahoma city mallOP/TECH USA Mirrorless Neoprene Camera Wrist Strap (Steel)
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  • Ideal wrist strap for small SLR, lightweight Mirrorless and compact cameras
  • Comfortable and flexible neoprene pad
  • Plastic slide tightens the strap snugly around the wrist for a secure fit
  • Easy to attach with a rugged 3/8" Mini QD with 1. 5mm cord loops (note: if your camera has lugs designed for split rings, we recommend attaching a split ring to avoid any sharp edges or burrs from cutting The cord)
  • Made in the USA
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Product description

Color:Steel  |  Style:Wrist Strap

The mirrorless wrist strap is the perfect solution for carrying cameras that are larger than a point-and-shoot camera but smaller than a full-size SLR. The pad is made from soft yet durable Neoprene with a slide that tightens the strap snugly around the wrist for security and comfort. This keeps the camera always at the ready and close in your grip. It also gives you the added peace of mind that if you need Your hands free, you can simply let go of The camera and it’s securely attached around your wrist. Keeping gear conveniently at hand while also guarding its security is a must for the active photographer on the go! for added convenience and versatility, the mirrorless wrist strap features a mini loop QD connector. The connector attaches to the camera with 1. 5 mm cord loop to fit even the tightest camera connection area. (Note: if your camera has lugs designed for split rings, we recommend attaching a split ring to avoid any sharp edges or burrs from cutting The cord. ) it’s merely put through the camera connection area and then the small quick disconnect is passed through the open loop and then reattached to the main strap. The strap can be easily removed at the quick disconnect leaving the small loop attachment on the camera so that it can be compactly stored away in a small pouch or pocket. The strap measures approximately 11" Long to fit virtually any size wrist and can be made as small as needed with the security slide. It’s washable and available in black, Royal Blue, Steel, and forest green. Discover just how comfortable carrying a camera can be with OP/TECH USA exclusive mirrorless wrist strap. recommended load: up to 2. 5 lbs (1. 33Kg)strap length: 11" (27, 9cm)pad dimensions: 1" X 5" (2, 5cm x 12, 7cm)


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OP/TECH USA Mirrorless Neoprene Camera Wrist Strap (Steel)

OP/TECH USA Mirrorless Neoprene Camera Wrist Strap (Steel):at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! This is a comfortable wrist strap that has a quick disconnect. While it is labelled as a camera strap, I am actually using mine for my digital audio recorder - so that I can have it on my wrist or quickly hang it to a light stand or tripod. There is a piece of plastic to help snug the fit of the wrist, which also is helpful for snugging it to a knob on a light stand or tripod. The only think that I didn't like is that the stitching seemed to be rough. It doesn't affect function right now, but I worry that the threads may start to unwind in the future. Overall I'm pleased with the item and would recommend it to others. I've uploaded some photos to show the wrist strap more clearly. If this review has been helpful, please click the button. Thanks.new york mall,houston mall,oklahoma city mallOP/TECH USA Mirrorless Neoprene Camera Wrist Strap (Steel)