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Lowepro Speedster Camera Strap $5 shipped

 
CanonCleGuy
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Dec 21, 2011 22:14 |  #1
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Link: http://www.sellnsend.c​om …-strap&avad=2906_e25929​43 (external link)

Retail price: $23

Can somebody tell me how good this is? I'm planning to use it on Gripped 7D + 2X III + 70-200 II + 580 EX II. Would appreciate any help.


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70-200 II L | 50 L | 100mm L | 17-40 L | 24-105 L | 2X III | 28-135 (Wife) Wishlist: BG-E11 + 24-70 L, 24-70 II L , 1DX :shock:
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Dec 21, 2011 22:25 |  #2

I've got one... but I bought it for the extra hardware. If you want the quick disconnect (I did) then I would recommend the Transporter for $14.99:
http://www.sellnsend.c​om …ro-transporter-strap.aspx (external link)
The difference? Padded vs Nonpadded... and you get a memory pouch.

If you don't want the quick disconnect... the Crumpler Industry Disgrace is pretty nice but I have absolutely no complaints about the Lowepro Transporter.




  
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CanonCleGuy
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Dec 21, 2011 22:45 |  #3
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jrsamples wrote in post #13582499 (external link)
I've got one... but I bought it for the extra hardware. If you want the quick disconnect (I did) then I would recommend the Transporter for $14.99:
http://www.sellnsend.c​om …ro-transporter-strap.aspx (external link)
The difference? Padded vs Nonpadded... and you get a memory pouch.

If you don't want the quick disconnect... the Crumpler Industry Disgrace is pretty nice but I have absolutely no complaints about the Lowepro Transporter.

Thanks for the reply! But does it hold the weight of my setup properly. Last this I want is dropping my camera because this couldn't hold it


5D Mark 3 | 7D + BG-E7 | 60D (Wife)
70-200 II L | 50 L | 100mm L | 17-40 L | 24-105 L | 2X III | 28-135 (Wife) Wishlist: BG-E11 + 24-70 L, 24-70 II L , 1DX :shock:
600 EX-RT | 430 EX II | Manfrotto tripod + head | Lowepro

  
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Trogdor
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Dec 22, 2011 01:26 |  #4

Is sellnsend.com a trustworthy company to buy from? For $5 or even $15 i could probably use either of those straps.




  
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Dec 22, 2011 06:58 |  #5

Trogdor wrote in post #13583226 (external link)
Is sellnsend.com a trustworthy company to buy from? For $5 or even $15 i could probably use either of those straps.

I have purchased several bags from them through their ebay store, very good shop to buy from.


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Dec 22, 2011 07:27 as a reply to  @ duane0524's post |  #6

I have bought quite a few lowe pro lens cases from them direct from their web store. Great to work with. Quick shipping as well in my experience.




  
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jrsamples
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Dec 22, 2011 07:51 |  #7

CanonCleGuy wrote in post #13582581 (external link)
Thanks for the reply! But does it hold the weight of my setup properly. Last this I want is dropping my camera because this couldn't hold it

Same exact hardware... if you planned on using the speedster, than the transporter should hold it as well. IMHO




  
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jrsamples
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Dec 22, 2011 07:51 |  #8

Trogdor wrote in post #13583226 (external link)
Is sellnsend.com a trustworthy company to buy from? For $5 or even $15 i could probably use either of those straps.

Awesome... almost all of my Lowepro came from them.




  
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Dec 22, 2011 08:22 as a reply to  @ jrsamples's post |  #9

:cool: In for one! Thanks!!!


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Dec 22, 2011 16:12 as a reply to  @ FLiPMaRC's post |  #10

How long is the tag end that stays on the camera? From the photos I would guess about 8 inches. I would prefer the tag end to be much shorter. Any suggestions?




  
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Dec 22, 2011 16:17 |  #11

In for 1, F it.


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j_h_smith
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Dec 22, 2011 18:41 |  #12

Add one for this newbie. For $5, it's worth the gamble. $5 shipped, how can you go wrong?




  
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