Excerpt: I have only had this strap 1 week but I can say for the short time I have had it, I have used it every day and it is very comfortable. It absorbs the weight of my camera very well.(Canon 60D w/18-200mm lens. I am very satisified with it.
Pros: Comfortable, Does not Chafe, Strong Construction, Well Padded
Excerpt: went from canon 50d strap.very uncomfortable and puts strain on neck.tamarac strap is thick neoprene and comfortable.Do not feel strain on neck anymore with this strap.The pockets for memory cards should be a little bigger to fit cf cards with case.anyone with neck or back aches,this strap is excellent choice.
Excerpt: I use the camera strap on my camera for recreational use. It's a simple, solid product worth what it cost. I like the memory card pockets attached to the strap, but would like if they were removable.
Pros: Comfortable, Does not Chafe, Simple, Well Padded
Excerpt: If I could give this cameara strap a 0 rating, that's what it truly deserves. I bought this strap for my DSLR and it was quite comfortable feeling. On it's first use ... a 2 week trip to San Diego, the neoprene broke. Fortunately, the cloth covering didn't break; so I didn't damage my camera by it hitting the pavement. Upon close examination, the strap had been made with two pieces of rubber that were glued together.
Excerpt: Love Tamrac products. But buy the larger strap if you're going to put an expensive / heavy camera on it. I shoot weddings and had the strap slip off my shoulder numerous times at a wedding in England. Every time I managed to catch my camera in mid air. After my heart rate returned to normal, I would put it around my neck. But I couldn't leave it there since I was also carrying another camera. Wish I had bought the wider strap by Tamrac.
Pros: Adjustable, Comfortable, Strong Construction, Well Padded
Excerpt: This strap is sturdy & functional. I like the support provided by the neoprene strap - it stretches to absorb the normal bouncing of the camera with movement. The strap, however, is not as comfortable on the neck when used for extended periods of time (e.g. hours) as a web strap would be. Granted, the neoprene provides the cushioning that adds to comfort while moving around, but, for the price, I'd like to have both neck comfort with cushioned movement.