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Nov 23, 2012 20:46 |  #301

I've never used the Crumpler strap, but I shot for a while today with my gripped D800 with a 24-70 2.8G lens attached (fairly hefty lens), and had no issues. It is definitely more comfortable than my BlackRapid was. There is a slip resistant zig zag of rubber type material on the inside of the strap that keeps it from slipping and sliding. Today was the first time I've really used it and it did everything I thought it would. Definitely one of the best accessory investments I've made.


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Nov 23, 2012 20:52 |  #302

Same here. I like my Cinch a lot.

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I've never used the Crumpler strap, but I shot for a while today with my gripped D800 with a 24-70 2.8G lens attached (fairly hefty lens), and had no issues. It is definitely more comfortable than my BlackRapid was. There is a slip resistant zig zag of rubber type material on the inside of the strap that keeps it from slipping and sliding. Today was the first time I've really used it and it did everything I thought it would. Definitely one of the best accessory investments I've made.


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Nov 23, 2012 21:08 |  #303

Bought one hated it sorry




  
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Nov 23, 2012 21:56 |  #304

Tanglefoot47 wrote in post #15281487 (external link)
Bought one hated it sorry

Wat? ``You must be holding it wrong". ~Steve Jobs


Love mine!!! Works perfectly.




  
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Nov 23, 2012 21:58 |  #305

whmeltonjr wrote:
I've never used the Crumpler strap, but I shot for a while today with my gripped D800 with a 24-70 2.8G lens attached (fairly hefty lens), and had no issues. It is definitely more comfortable than my BlackRapid was. There is a slip resistant zig zag of rubber type material on the inside of the strap that keeps it from slipping and sliding. Today was the first time I've really used it and it did everything I thought it would. Definitely one of the best accessory investments I've made

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thx for clearing that.. and also glad it has the slip resistant

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Bought one hated it sorry

thx for your opinion, can you example why?


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Nov 23, 2012 22:07 |  #306

i-G12 wrote in post #15281640 (external link)
Wat? ``You must be holding it wrong". ~Steve Jobs


Love mine!!! Works perfectly.


Nope got rid of it and never looked back I like their old style better but thank you BR for F ing this up LOL




  
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Nov 23, 2012 22:38 |  #307

Tanglefoot47 wrote in post #15281487 (external link)
Bought one hated it sorry

What don't you like about it?

gakoenig, will the connection points with the quick release be back to the traditional sides versus the one side and one bottom? Will your split key work with the connection point at the bottom of a battery grip?




  
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Nov 23, 2012 22:40 |  #308

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What don't you like about it?

gakoenig, will the connection points with the quick release be back to the traditional sides versus the one side and one bottom? Will your split key work with the connection point at the bottom of a battery grip?

I bought it when it first came out and if memory serves me I didn't like how it connected to the lens and camera




  
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Nov 23, 2012 22:44 |  #309

Isn't that related to all the lenses you've bought and sold every couple of months :).

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I bought it when it first came out and if memory serves me I didn't like how it connected to the lens and camera


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Nov 23, 2012 23:23 |  #310

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=DarthVader;15281774he lenses you've bought and sold every couple of months :).


Not at all smart ass LOL I always liked my lenses




  
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Nov 23, 2012 23:35 |  #311

You meant you always liked your lenses for a couple of months eh ? :lol:.

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Nov 23, 2012 23:45 |  #312

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You meant you always liked your lenses for a couple of months eh ? :lol:.


what does it matter? only had a couple lenses I didn't like even for a month or two still doesn't change the fact I did not like the cinch.




  
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Nov 23, 2012 23:47 |  #313

gakoenig, will the connection points with the quick release be back to the traditional sides versus the one side and one bottom? Will your split key work with the connection point at the bottom of a battery grip?

You could always connect the Cinch to the factory body strap connector points. We just included the PodMount because, for most cameras, that attachment configuration works the best.

With the QR system, we will be including two sets of triangular split keys (and regular circular split keys) so you can click onto the system at any point you want. Factory strap points, PodMount, hand grip points, Custom SLR C-Loops... anything.


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Nov 24, 2012 01:30 |  #314

gakoenig wrote in post #15281962 (external link)
You could always connect the Cinch to the factory body strap connector points. We just included the PodMount because, for most cameras, that attachment configuration works the best.

With the QR system, we will be including two sets of triangular split keys (and regular circular split keys) so you can click onto the system at any point you want. Factory strap points, PodMount, hand grip points, Custom SLR C-Loops... anything.

question is when? :mrgreen:


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Nov 24, 2012 06:05 |  #315

gakoenig wrote in post #15281962 (external link)
You could always connect the Cinch to the factory body strap connector points. We just included the PodMount because, for most cameras, that attachment configuration works the best.

With the QR system, we will be including two sets of triangular split keys (and regular circular split keys) so you can click onto the system at any point you want. Factory strap points, PodMount, hand grip points, Custom SLR C-Loops... anything.

Are you going to take our money or not? :D




  
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