Bespoke Camera Straps

August 14, 2012 | Mark Goldstein | Accessories | 3 Comments |
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Bespoke Camera Straps are designed and handmade by professional photographer Tim Irving. The strap is made from military-grade cord and is very strong (a single strand will hold over 600 pounds), it has no buckles or bits of plastic, just a cord and two stainless steel split rings (covered by a leather tube, to avoid the camera from rubbing against the split ring). The strap has a great feel, its cylindrical shape rolls instead of digging in. Suitable for any camera with traditional strap lugs, it comes in several colours. More details from Tim’s blog. (http://timirving.blogspot.co.uk/2012/05/my-bespoke-camera-strap.html)



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#1 Larry

They sure are pretty but look massive. Way too cumbersome in my opinion but to each their own!

3:56 pm - Tuesday, August 14, 2012

#2 Joe Prete

If each strand holds over 600lbs. how come so many strands are used? With that extra piece (the knot & piece from the tie?) flopping around on each side, it looks like more of an annoyance than the oem strap that (still) comes with the camera. ... Sorry!

5:47 pm - Tuesday, August 14, 2012

#3 Coffee

That strap looks like some giant sea worm ... awful! How anyone could attach such a tasteless piece of equipment to the beautiful Fuji X100 is beyond me. But I guess such considerations wouldn't occur to a show-off ...

6:45 pm - Tuesday, August 14, 2012