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Mar 02, 2005 20:38 |  #1

What kind of camera strap do you use? Anyone using the Op/Tech straps?




  
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Mar 02, 2005 20:41 |  #2

Op/Tech is highly regarded by most people. If you do a search (see menu bar above) for op/tech, you'll get several hits.

This is one of them:
https://photography-on-the.net …58825&highlight​=op%2Ftech


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Mar 02, 2005 20:48 |  #3

At the risk of getting flamed again, I still think the Up-strap is one of the best things going. Check out the web-site. I have used Op-tech for years and have liked them, but the up strap is a more secure way to carry your camera. I know, if you have not used one, it seems illogical! I have literally tried to get the camera to slip off of my shoulder, even with the 100-400IS on it and it won't budge. Hope this helps. Mark


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Mar 02, 2005 23:49 |  #4

I use Tamrac straps. One is a fat, curved foam strap another is a thin rubber weave. They have quick-release buckles so I can just snap on whatever strap I want depending on the situation. I think about $15/each.


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