Excerpt: One star for the concept. Padded strap slides all over the place during an active shoot. You have to constantly reach over you shoulder to grab the padding and position it on your shoulder. With that said, the concept (carrying position) works.
Excerpt: I use a Nikon D7000 with a Nikon 24-120 F4 most of the time. I also use the D7000 with a Sigma 150mm micro w/1.4x TC on it. The only gripe I have about this strap is that you have to have tension on it for the strap NOT to move while sliding the camera up and down. I don't do that.
Excerpt: The screw loosens and comes off especially if you have a heavy lens attached. I was standing on the edge of a cliff in India, raised the camera to take a picture, and luckily in time realized that the strap had fallen off and was dangling by my waist on its own.
Excerpt: At first I loved the comfort of the strap and the way it slides across my body. It makes it great foe carrying a camera all. I bought a RS -7 as well and then the RS-DR 1 to carry 2 camera bodies. Now for the bad, twice the body let loose and my camera fell to the ground.
Excerpt: The locking FastenR which connects the strap to the tripod socket, loosens often. I'm constantly having to tighten the "FastenR." My D700 was damaged today during a wedding, due to the "Locking FastenR" that came loose during a shoot....resulting in my camera dropping and hitting the cement.
Excerpt: I read the advertisement and reviews and was sold on this product. However, after I received it, I was very dissappointed. First of all it is very uncomfortable and makes my camera much heavier feeling.