Reviews and Problems with Tamrac N-15 Camera Hand Strap
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Does what I need it to.
emmet3, B&H Photo
17 July 2014
Excerpt: Does exactly what I need it to do. which is basically allow an attachment for the Tamrac quick releases for the neck styraps, but keep a small hand strap on the camera when you are shooting on a tripod and don't want that neck strap in your way.
Excerpt: I've never used a neck strap since I caught mine on the edge of counter top corner and watched my Nikon FA fly through the air and land on our tile floor. Depending on where I place my thumb with the Tamrac hand strap my camera is always secure.I have one on my D60 and purchased this one for my newly purchased D610.I wouldn't leave home without it.
Pros: Adjustable, Camera Is Always Secure, Comfortable, Strong Construction
Excerpt: I purchased this as a handstrap to use in concert with the regular tamrac releasable strap. It is basically a short strap you can use to lug your camera around, but it is not a typical wriststrap for holding while shooting.
Excerpt: The Tamrac Quick Release system is flexible - you can use various Tamrac straps quickly, easily changing straps - hand to neck type or move strap between cameras quickly and easily, depending on how you want to carry your system. I like the hand strap to easily remove camera from bag and carry camera without a long strap getting in the way. All my cameras have Tamrac Quick Release straps.
Excerpt: Great strap for camera use but also great for strapping down items on my backpacks. one use is to hold my packs on my back with use of this strap for a chest strap. use of rings aids in the versatility of the straps.
Excerpt: I have used the regular size quick release by Tarmac before and loved it, I lost it and wanted a replacement and purchase this by accident. It is still a good product if you want a hand strap.
Excerpt: Strap has extra length so that you don't hang the camera from your neck. Instead, put your head AND left arm through the strap. Then the camera strap is supported on your right shoulder, NOT your neck. Then, switch to let your left shoulder carry the weight and give your right shoulder a rest. This is an effective way to let your shoulders take turns and save your neck!
Pros: Adjustable, Carry weight on shoulders, Comfortable, Saves your neck
Excerpt: Sometimes a neck strap gets in the way. This minimalist hand strap solves that problem- gets the camera off your neck, but still gives you security. Great for hand-held shooting on the move as well.