Caden W1 DSLR Camera Quick Rapid Shoulder Neck Strap Belt for Canon Nikon Sony Olympus Pentax
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Description for Caden W1 DSLR Camera Quick Rapid Shoulder Neck Strap Belt for Canon Nikon Sony
* Lightweight and low profile, a quick draw cameras into shooting position. * Comfortable to carry around. The strap adopts ergonomic design and the weight is distributed evenly and reduced by neoprene pad. * Two adjustable stopper at both front and rear of the strap designed to limit the camera gliding movement. * Lockable connectors constructed of metal. It is strong, swivels smoothly and locks to ensure the safety of your cameras. * One tripod quick-release plate with ¼" thread for connecting to tripod or other device with ¼" screw. * Optional handstrap (sold seperately) can be attached to the tripod quick-release plate Applicable To Any camera with 1/4" thread tripod socket. Package Content 1 x Quick Strap 1 x Quick Released Tripod Plates
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The strap is ok, looks like a small car seat belt, quite strong.
The clasps are AWFUL. Plastic has been used where things should have either been metal or stitched, and the clip that connects the strap to the camera mount is very low quality…this is not good engineering.
Overall it works and is cheap, but you will need to be careful if you have an expensive camera hanging off of it, and I recommend customizing the critical areas to ensure your equipment is safe.