Carry your equipment in comfort and style with this ash Slide Lite Camera Strap from Peak Design. This strap uses strong, removable anchor connectors that attach to the eyelets of your camera or the included mounting plate, holding up to 200 lb of gear and easily supporting most DSLR and mirrorless systems. By pairing this versatile connection with a long adjustable length from 39 to 57", the Slide Lite can be configured to work as a sling, shoulder, or neck strap.
The strap has a width of 1.3" and is made of nylon webbing that is padded internally to help ensure comfortable use. Its two sides feature different properties: one side is smooth for sliding the camera to your eye when set up as a sling, while the other has a silicone grip that prevents slipping when using it on your neck or shoulder. The four included anchor points attach and detach from the strap with a single hand and can be left on the eyelets so you can easily switch between cameras while shooting.
- Wearable as a sling, shoulder, or neck strap
- Adjustable length from 39 to 57", and a width of 1.3"
- Removable anchors used to connect to equipment, hold up to 200 lb
- Leave anchors on your gear so you can easily attach and detach them from the strap while shooting
- Smooth and non-slip sides that allow you to choose the amount of grip desired
- Internally-padded webbing provides improved comfort without being bulky
- Four anchor connectors and a tripod plate are included with the product
WARNING: This product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
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