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Shoot like a professional.
Strong connection, a stable hold, and easy-to-use design is what professional photographers love about the versatile Slide Camera Strap by Peak Design. The unique quick-connecting anchor link system uses a slide-in design that can be easily switched out between gear for quick transitions, making this strap more convenient and versatile compared to standard straps. A dual-sided strap is built with a seat-belt material face for smooth gliding against clothing and a grippy face for a stable hold depending on the shoot conditions. And internally padded, this strap ensures a comfortable fit while carrying heavy equipment. The two adjustment points make for simple transitions between a sling, neck, and shoulder strap fit.
- Versatile camera strap for enthusiastic photographers
- Dual-sided strap is smooth or grippy depending on conditions
- Padded strap designed for comfort with heavier cameras
- Dual adjusters make for convenient adjustments on the fly
- Can be worn as sling, neck, or shoulder strap comfortably
- Included anchor plate and compatible with ARCA and RC2 tripods
- Item #PKE000W
- Q & A
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Peak Design is making little things that make a big impact on photographer's lives with some well-designed solutions to common problems. The result is your swift and full attention to the moment and not fiddling with your gear. I feel pretty confident in saying that the Slide / SlideLite straps and also the Capture clip needs to be considered by any dedicated outdoor photographer. My personal reasons: I have always hated taking off the shoulder strap in order to shoot longer exposures on a tripod - the Anchorlink toggles here are free in a second and the included baseplate goes right onto the tripod, a mere 5 seconds and you are ready to shoot. Similarly you move from the Slide to the Capture clip as easily. An extra set of toggles is included so they went right onto my binoculars.
In my experience adjusting the length of shoulder straps is another inspiration-sucking thing, this bad boy adjusts in a single one handed move (easily done with gloves!) getting you from tucked up tight against your side or under a puffy then out and adjusted to shooting length, again in seconds. I do like the way the baseplate connection causes the camera to hang off-center, with the lens pointed down against your body. The seat-belt material feels durable and slips easily under said puffy if needed, while the clever integrated gripper pad is there if needed as well. Anybody taking pictures with a real camera, especially primarily outdoors, absolutely needs to check Peak Designs out for themselves.
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I feel like this strap is heavy duty enough to lift a small car!
In all seriousness though, this strap is well built, super easy to use, and a permanent part of my kit now.
What is model number of this strap.