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Peak Design Leash Camera Strap


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    Strap up and go...

    Engineered to be highly versatile, Peak Design's Leash Camera Strap incorporates the company's clippable anchor system to deliver a strap that can be on and off in seconds. The Dyneema-corded anchors (four included) can hold up to 200lb of weight, so they'll have no problem keeping your hefty DSLR setup secure around your neck. And because the Anchors clip to the Strap in moments, you can get your camera detached quick if you need more mobility. 
    • A versatile strap for lugging around your camera
    • 4 included anchors enable quick deployment/rigging
    • Dyneema anchor cord holds up to 200lb
    • Item #PKE0004

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    leash camera strap, 4 anchors, microfiber pouch
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    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    So, lets talk about camera straps for a second. You know, the thing you probably skimped on by buying a $5 dollar strap from China to hold your $3000 camera? So, at least in the past, I have always used big straps, that are as wide as seat belts. No only was this not comfortable, but the connection system to get the camera on and off the straps was typically horrendous in one facet, or another. It seems to be some heavy duty hook and loop system (with no room to put on a tripod mount, for example) or it isn't secure enough, and you worry every second about having to call warranty because you dropped your camera. Well, no longer! No only is this strap secure, and rated to 200lb of pressure, but its really easy to get on and off the strap! Its so easy and fact, I can do it with one hand. Inside the plastic housing, there is a little spring that holds the little "pucks" in place when on the strap. You then connect the puck to your camera tripod mount, and there you go! Easy, peasy, lemon squeezy. Also, as you can see in the product picture, there are two plastic pucks enclosures for you to use. This is not only for redundancy, but one of them is fixed, and the other can move about. So, if you want to fix your camera to your chest, you can do that, but you can have some that moves on your hip as well.

    Honestly, I have been so impressed by this strap, more than any other I have ever tried! Definitely get it if you are going on a trip, or just need a good walk-around strap that can work with a tripod mount.