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6.7 out of 10

Tamrac N-45 Camera Strap

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Overall 10
10

Perfect for my mirrorless

Littlemilligan, B&H Photo
2 weeks ago
  • Excerpt: I bought this to use for my Fujifilm X-E1 because it has the quick release. I use it when I just am carrying the camera by itself without extra accessories. I use I conjunction with the neoprene case by lenscoat when I want to quickly add my camera to my purse.
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Overall 10
10

Great strap. Comfort and utility

JEStanek, B&H Photo
13 August 2014
  • Excerpt: I use this strap on my d90 and my XE1. The strap is comfortable around my neck and the suede doesn't slide. The quick release clips make this ideal for easily jumping onto a tripod and having it out of the way. This is a fantastic, utilitarian strap at a tremendous price.
  • Pros: Comfortable Strap, Durable, Lightweight
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Overall 4
4.0

Too short

BlakKat, B&H Photo
7 August 2014
  • Excerpt: This is functional and I feel that it would securely hold my camera, but I like slinging it over my shoulder to rest on my side rather than bounce around on my chest.
  • Pros: Comfortable Strap, Durable
  • Cons: Too short, Too Small
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Overall 10
10

Very Comfortable

Shelly, B&H Photo
7 July 2014
  • Excerpt: I bought this strap as a gift to my fiance'. Photography is his passion and he carries his camera everywhere with him. The strap that came with his camera would rub his neck raw from hours of taking photographs in the extreme humidity in Georgia. He loves his new strap for its comfort and ease of use.
  • Pros: Distributes Weight Evenly, Easy to Use, Soft
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Overall 10
10

Great Comfortable Strap!

Retired Pro, B&H Photo
9 June 2014
  • Excerpt: Perfect! The pad is very comfortable even with a heavy lens.
  • Pros: Durable
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Overall 10
10

Great length and nice padding

GaryM2, B&H Photo
29 May 2014
  • Excerpt: This was my third try at this, but this Tamrac strap is terrific. I really like my BlackRabid strap but the attachment at the bottom of the camera is problematic when I need to use my tripod. The second strap I ordered was too short and the non-removable parts were too long and got in the way. This Tamrac strap has a nice pair of short quick detach points allowing me to simply remove it when not using it, and the strap is long enough.
  • Pros: Comfortable Strap
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Overall 10
10

Comfortable

Daytripper, B&H Photo
11 May 2014
  • Excerpt: I replaced the strap that came standard on my Nikon D610 with this one as it is much more comfortable during long shoots.
  • Pros: Comfortable Strap
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Overall 10
10

Click! Click!

RadReg, B&H Photo
19 April 2014
  • Excerpt: I like to use this strap when I working with a tri pod. I wear the camera around my neck while scouting area, then set up tri pod and Click! Click! camera is ready and the strap isn't in the way and tucks away in any pocket.
  • Pros: Comfortable Strap, Durable, Lightweight
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Overall 10
10

Very Comfortable!

just a mom, B&H Photo
25 March 2014
  • Excerpt: I love this strap. It is very soft around the neck, flexible, feels great. Easily attached to my Nikon D3100. I haven't needed to use the quick release yet...not sure if I will have much use for this feature, but I understand that some people do. Overall, I think it's a great strap worth the money.
  • Pros: Comfortable, Durable, Easy to Use
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Overall 10
10

Tamrac Quick Release Camera Strap

Mistaketz, B&H Photo
17 March 2014
  • Excerpt: I go back and forth from motion to stills on many productions. I appreciate the safety factor a strap gives me when moving fast shooting stills, but it gets in the way once I start on a motion sequence. The quick release mechanism is durable and allows for a fast change. No complaints whatsoever.
  • Pros: Comfortable Strap, Durable, Good Protection
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