Excerpt: I am a wedding photographer and the purpose of this purchase was to find something that would allow me to carry my camera during a long 8-12 hour wedding in a comfortable and efficient manner. I had previously purchased the sports model and unfortunately it got left behind.
Excerpt: I have a Nikon D610 which I use almost daily with my Sigma 150-500mm lens. The weight was causing me some serious neck pain. I decided to try the sling to see if it helped. It has made all of the difference. I LOVE it!
Excerpt: It really helped my neck to switch to a side strap. I'm still experimenting with it and it takes some getting used to, but it's pretty smooth. One thing is that you can't quickly put your camera down flat, because the attachment is on the bottom; just need to place it down at an angle.
Excerpt: I bought this to distribute the weight of a D4 and 70-200 lens (about 6 lbs.) on my shoulder, instead of on my neck. Just came back from 10 days in Alaska. Strap was comfortable and camera was handy on hikes, and on a boat. Camera hanging upside downb also helped keep it and glass relatively dry.
Excerpt: Right out of the box, I put the Curve on the camera and then on me and went to a crowded site where I shot fellow musicians in a theater pit. I was a little worried about having the camera (Canon 50d with a 24-105 f4l lens) slung at my side in a confined area and not in front of me on my chest.