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OSBS0101 First2savvv Quick Release Professional Shoulder Sling Strap with storage pocket for Nikon D800


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  • compatible for all SLR & DSLR camera and camcorders, secure pocket for storing extra memory cards
  • Quick-release buckles allow the camera to be detached quickly Ready to shoot quickly
  • with an adjustable buckle on the front for quick adjustments
  • Comes with a tripod socket allows connecting to the tripod without removing the plate
  • high quality and comfortable strap balance the weight of the camera on the shoulder and torso.

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OSBS0101 First2savvv Quick Release Professional Shoulder Sling Strap with storage pocket for Nikon D800 + Black Rapid FastenR3 + Black Rapid FastenR-T1 for Use with Manfrotto RC2 Plates
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  • ASIN: B009OVYLOW
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 11 Oct. 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)

Product Description

this first2savvv professional camera quick release shoulder strap is a high quality shoulder strap with an
adjustable buckle on the front for quick adjustments and a barrel screw attaching the strap to the bottom of the
tripod socket on the camera.

It also comes with a tripod socket that allows user to connect the camera to the tripod without removing the plate.
The Quick Release Strap is worn diagonally across the torso from shoulder to hip and is adjustable to fit
most photographers. Once connected, the camera hangs upside down, resting securely at the side or in the
small of the back, with the lens pointing behind. It has a quick access, secure pocket for storing extra memory
cards in their protective cases.

Concept system with quick access to the SLR without moving the strap. Grab the camera quickly as the clip slides along the belt.

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Customer Reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By axegrinder on 19 July 2013
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Virtually all reviewers agree that similar straps by Sun Sniper and Black Rapid are way overpriced at £50-£60, and it was great to find this reasonably priced alternative. And this one has some simple improvements which make it better in my opinion. It appears well-made and I think should last for many years. The zipped pocket will take a spare battery for my EOS 7D, without affecting the comfort of the well-padded shoulder pad.

The strap is wide and I have no doubts that it will carry my camera and lens which weigh 2.2 Kg. One reviewer had problems with the strap slipping out of the buckle but I can see no such problems, these buckles are standard on many items, and this one seems to grip securely. After adjustment, I looped the free end of the strap back through the buckle and tucked it into the shoulder pad so it is neat and provides extra security. Also if you slide the buckle back to where the strap is stitched to the shoulder pad, the pad cannot move on the strap (one reviewer stitched the strap to the pad to avoid this, which is unnecessary). I re-assembled the retaining clamps by passing the strap under the clamp and through the slot then under the clamp flap. Now they stay on the strap where you position them, still move freely when you bring the camera up to your eye and also clamp more effectively.

The carabiner has a very smooth finish which will not cause wear to the strap. The metal plate which you screw to the camera is very strong, has a smooth eyelet so the carabiner has little friction, and a dimpled rubber pad which provides the necessary contact without damage to the camera. It is also well designed to prevent the carabiner from touching the camera body, and provides a slot which I used to attach some old strap webbing to the camera for extra security.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Cameron on 9 Jan. 2013
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Item came fast and was well packaged ect.

I am totally blown away with the pure quality of this strap. I was worried from the lack of reviews and the cheep price about trusting my camera on it, but ill never look back!

This is a "sling" style strap, much like the black rapid ones. ( £50+) this item works just as good (and somewhat better in my opinion) as its expensive counterpart. It has a strong metal plate on the bottom, with a metal hoop, which attaches to a climbing style clip on the strap itself, allowing effortless movement. This strap allows you to both carry the camera MUCH more comfortably, and then straight away move it to a shooting position A LOT faster than normal straps. Then as an added benefit, unlike the blackrapid straps, this has a tripod screw under this, meaning you can go from normal shooting, right to a tripod. with the benefit of being able to take the strap off your camera in a matter of seconds via the clip, and the security cover on it (for a piece of mind)

The strap part itself if FAR thicker, and stronger than any standard strap, on that alone its worth upgrading to. The neck pad is very comfy and thick padded, will not slip at all. The metal plate on the bottom, and the clip to attach it to the strap is near bullet proof. Strong sturdy metal, and as a very careful DSLR owner, I wouldn't second guess the strength of these, and im very comfortable to leave my camera lens and flash (heavy altogether) hanging by my side.

My camera is my life, and I was terrified to try and other strap on it, especially a cheep one like this. Now ill never go back to my old one, this has blown me away totally!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By ceperman on 9 May 2013
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Some people pay a lot of money for a camera sling strap like this. The normal reasoning is along the lines of not trusting an expensive and heavy camera to a strap of unknown quality. OK, that's a fair point, but I suspect the makers of the expensive sling straps trade on this fear. Personally I baulk at paying 10x the cost of this strap for something which is essentially pretty simple. So I bought it on the basis that I could afford to lose £8 if it turned out to be rubbish. Well, it didn't. It is a reasonable quality strap which works pretty much as others have described, although personally there were a few niggles that I wanted to sort out.

First, once you've adjusted the strap length using the adjustable buckle so the camera hangs at just the right height for you, you won't want to change it. Also, theoretically the free end of the strap could pull through the buckle - although unlikely - but this is the only way the strap could separate and dump your precious camera on the floor. So having adjusted the length to suit me, I cut off the excess strap that was flapping about and stitched the loose end down. Now it can never come apart or un-adjust itself.

The one feature of the sling that irritated me was the way that the strap could slide through the shoulder pad. The camera itself slides up and down the strap via its quick-release clip, and adjustable stops on the strap limit its movement in each direction. Again, one you've got these adjusted, you won't want to change them. But because the strap itself can slip through the shoulder pad, the whole thing can move and mess up the adjustment. This isn't what I wanted, so I stitched the strap to the shoulder pad at the point where it's anchored. Now it can't move.
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