Maxsima - Yellow Floating strap for waterproof cameras, Canon D20, D10, Nikon AW100, AW110, Sony Cybershot TX10, TX20, Panasonic Lumix DMC-FT4, Olympus µ (mju:) Tough TG-610, FUJIFILM FinePix XP10, XP20, XP30, XP150, Pentax Optio WG-1, WG-2, WG-3.
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- Lightweight YELLOW floating strap Keeps cameras afloat and easy to find in the water
- Easy to strap the camera to your arm/wrist, freeing hands when not taking photos
- Bright red makes it easy to find when let go in the water.
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Yellow Floating wrist strap. Great for the sea and the pool. Camera can be held/used whilst on the wrist. also un-clips from the strap very easily if needed.
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Great product. Lightweight but could still hold my Aw130 in water. It fit my hand perfectly and was also easy to operate the camera.Published 3 months ago by Dinesh
Does what it says and supported my small underwater camera without a problem. Comfortable around the wrist and easy to spot.Published 18 months ago by J R Taylor
Works well - put to the test with a TG3 (certainly not a lightweight camera) and an attached light. Appears to be well made.Published 19 months ago by Neil Bailey