[highlight]Most Likely The Best Camera Strap You’ll Buy This Year[/highlight]
Considering the overwhelming amount of camera straps out there, it’s almost impossible to distinguish the good ones from the really bad and down right terrible ones — until now. If you’re a professional photographer it’s basically a no-brainer to make sure the strap you place on your precious Canon 6D, is one step away from indestructible.
[toggler title=”Details” ]The Kevlar® camera strap is a sling style camera strap, made with leather and a long strip of Kevlar® webbing through the neckband to the connectors.[/toggler]
No breaking, stretching or small rips, they just won’t do, besides, dropping a $2,000 camera is similar to a small scratch on a custom made [highlight ]Ford Shelby Mustang GT[/highlight]. Best thing to do — invest in a well constructed strap — period. Kevlar® Camera Strap by Convoy Co., at least for the time being, will certainly be the last one you’ll pick up for quite sometime. A sling style camera strap, it’s made with a long strip of Kevlar® webbing through the neckband and attached to the connectors. The connectors and neck cushion are all leather, sewn with German polyester thread and secured with brass hardware (solid powder coated brass centerbar buckles and rivets). Adjustable from 48″ to 51″, the length is long enough for most tall photographers and just right for the average.
The detailing that went into the making of this strap is impressive as well. Rivets and sewing were all assembled with Japanese rivet setters and Japanese Juki industrial sewing machines. The neck cushion is made of four layers of leather, and split rings are included so that they can be attached to film cameras. And if you’re into vintage, don’t worry, the leather will gradually darken with exposure to natural elements like sun, water and oil from the skin.
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