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BosStrap Adds Two New Sliding Sling Straps

BosStrap has expanded its Sliding Sling Strap line with two BosStraps designed specifically for smaller digital still and video cameras: the BosStrap Generation 3 LT and the BosStrap One Piece LT. Like all BosStrap products, these new straps attach to the left strap lug. The tripod socket remains free. The BosStrap Generation 3 LT retails for $46.95. The BosStrap One Piece LT costs $38.95.

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BosStrap Adds Two New Sliding Sling Straps

BosStrap expands its Sliding Sling Strap line with two BosStraps designed specifically for smaller digital and video cameras: the BosStrap Generation 3 LT and the BosStrap One Piece LT. These straps are aimed at the expanding mirrorless, bridge and video camera market.

The new LT BosStraps differ from the standard line only by the introduction of a narrower 1” wide strap. Like all BosStrap products, these new straps attach to the left camera lug. The tripod socket remains free.

The LT straps incorporate a custom made 1” metal slide that offers incredibly smooth movement as you bring the camera up from your hip to shooting position.

The slide is the only metal piece used in either strap.

The BosStrap Generation 3 Sliding Sling Strap LT uses the Patent Pending Double Cam Lock Generation 3 Tail to attach to the camera. The Generation 3 BosStrap LT can be easily detached from the camera The new BosStrap One Piece LT is designed to remain attached to the camera like the strap that the manufacturer provided Both BosStraps are available at http://www.BosStrap.com or through an expanding base of camera retailers.

The BosStrap Generation 3 LT retails for $46.95. The BosStrap One Piece LT retails for $38.95. Visit http://www.BosStrap.com or call (508) 251-1345 for more information.

Published: Tuesday, October 30, 2012

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Reader Comments

  1. What camera is that?
    New product, old camera :)

    Ben at 11:14pm on Tuesday, October 30, 2012

  2. Not to be a jerk, but, how many smashed cameras does that result in?

    Robert Lowdon at 03:25am on Wednesday, October 31, 2012

  3. Not to be a jerk, but, how many smashed cameras does that result in?

    Robert Lowdon at 03:25am on Wednesday, October 31, 2012

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