Reviews and Problems with Tamrac N-11 Backpack to Camera Straps
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well made quality product
David, B&H Photo
17 July 2014
Excerpt: These are great for hanging your camera off of a backpack. It hangs the camera just below or at your chest level and is long enough to take a shot or 2 without having to unhook them. Hook up and unhook in a flash. I have hung a big Nikon with grip and lens and it feels plenty secure. Being a Tamrac product, I trust their quality. The extended length from fastener to fastener with the strap adjustment all of the out is 10".
Pros: Adjustable, Comfortable, Strong Construction
Excerpt: Backpack to camera straps are not all that easy to locate [B&H does list several on their site]. The Tamrac straps are very reasonably priced and are compatible with their N45 strap (actually they are compatible with all their quick release straps). Quality is top notch and both straps easily adjust.
Pros: Adjustable, Good Price Point, Strong Construction, Well Made
Excerpt: I attached these straps onto a Z -65 Gregory multi day backpack, for a hike and camping trip in the BC Rockies. The N -11s supported a full frame DSLR with a 17 - 35 mm zoom lens attached, on the move for a 5 day trip covering over 50 miles of mountain terrain. My only issue was the first day with a bouncing movement against my stomach.
Excerpt: I have a Canon EOS 7D with a battery grip and 18 to 135mm lens attached, it gets heavy after a while! I do not use a neck strap for that reason and because it gets in the way. This is a great way to have your camera handy ready to shoot. There is enough adjustment in the straps for most shooting and the quick releases are easy to open and close for the other times. Having the camera hang on the backpack shoulder harness REALLY saves your neck!
Excerpt: These connect the camera to the backpack. Bought the N-27 strap a while back. What a neck saver ! Got these to use when hiking with a backpack. The Tamrac photo backpack does not have D-Rings ? ? Whats up with that. I found some D-Rings in the camping area of a local store. Will have them sown on by the guy that does my leather / boot repair.