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BlackRapid RS-Sport Extreme Sport Strap with FastenR3 and ConnectR-2

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About BlackRapid

The BlackRapid RS-Sport Extreme Sport Strap is designed to hold and keep an SLR camera and lens steady in strenuous shooting situations. Slide the camera up the strap to grab that perfect shot. The strap has an under arm safety tether that keeps the camera secure. It includes a Cr-2 connector-2, FR-3 fastener-3 and a BRAD MOD that secures the camera to the strap.

BlackRapid Features

  • Holds SLR camera with lens attached
  • Under arm safety tether
  • FR-3 fastener couples to connector-2
  • CR-2 connector-2 a smooth swivel with a positive lock to ensure the safety of the camera and lens
  • BRAD MOD secures the strap during action shots
  • Ballistic nylon with Cordura nylon
  • TPE foam,
  • 1.0" bomb proof nylon webbing
  • Duraflex acetal bomb proof nylon used in connectors

BlackRapid Specifications

Material
Strap: Ballistic nylon with Cordura nylon, TPE foam
Webbing: 1.0" bomb proof nylon
Attachment Method
CR-2 to camera lugs
Weight
7.0 oz (198g)
Mfr #
RRS-1BB
SKU
BRESS

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4.7

(based on 35 reviews)

69%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (25)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (9)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (1)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (0)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (0)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

I Love This Strap

I don't like camera straps hanging around my neck, I could never find one that didn't make me feel like I was being hung. This strap is comfortable. It gets the weight off your neck and distributes it along your shoulder and the top of your back. The design allows you to position the camera quickly out of the way and securely if you want to walk or hike. It also works great if you have one camera on a monopod and need a second body at your hip ready to be pulled up shoot and then back to ...

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I don't like camera straps hanging around my neck, I could never find one that didn't make me feel like I was being hung. This strap is comfortable. It gets the weight off your neck and distributes it along your shoulder and the top of your back. The design allows you to position the camera quickly out of the way and securely if you want to walk or hike. It also works great if you have one camera on a monopod and need a second body at your hip ready to be pulled up shoot and then back to your side. There is a slide mechanism that locks your camera in position so it does not slide around when you are on the move. When you are ready to shoot, slide the lock mechanism up and you pull the camera up for the shot. There is a lot of strap to deal with when not wearing the camera.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Length adjuster slips

I love the design and materials but the construction to adjust the length of the strap isn't what you would call great...it's terrible to be honest. Whenever I have my camera attached and hanging just where I want it which is a little bit below my hip, a few seconds later, the length adjuster would slip and my camera would be hanging so low just right above my knee. This is due to the poor design of the adjuster located on the back of the shoulder pad. I was thinking to puncture a pin through...

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I love the design and materials but the construction to adjust the length of the strap isn't what you would call great...it's terrible to be honest. Whenever I have my camera attached and hanging just where I want it which is a little bit below my hip, a few seconds later, the length adjuster would slip and my camera would be hanging so low just right above my knee. This is due to the poor design of the adjuster located on the back of the shoulder pad. I was thinking to puncture a pin through the parallel straps located on the back to avoid it from slipping but that would only damage the material so I never did that considering how expensive the strap is. Then what I would do is after adjusting the length of the strap, I would take the excess strap, fold it upwards, have the top fold inserted into the adjuster and the bottom fold inserted into the tail of the webbing and secure it with the keeper. This method would work but it would only secure the adjusted length for so long, I would find my camera hanging again so low just right above my knee. Since I noticed a small loop right above the R logo located on the from of the strap and never really knew what the loop was for, I figured releasing the folded access strap that was secured by the adjuster, the tail of the webbing and the keeper, release the tail of the webbing from the parallel strap and hook the tail of the webbing to the loop located on the front of the padding just above the R logo. After do this, I noticed that my camera hangs just where I want it with zero slippage and became the solution to my problem. The only thing is you cannot modify the length of the strap from this method but since I stand 5'8", the length of the strap is adjusted and fixed just where I want my camera to hang...just a little bit below my hip. So if you stand 5'8" like me or a little taller, this method will work for you or you can simply buy a different strap. Black Rapid should revise the adjuster that's located on the back of all their straps to stop it from slippage because those who stand shorter than 5'8" need the adjustment.

Reviewed by 35 customers

 
5.0

Lots of bang for the buck

By

A conventional strap requires keeping one hand on the camera so it doesn't roll back and forth across your chest with each step. The RS Sport puts all the weight of my DSLR and battery grip on the shoulder and there's no discomfort after hours of shooting. It's easy to keep the camera under control with the sling and easily pull it up for a shot. This product is the best camera accessory I've seen in quite a while. Kudos to the Black Rapid designers. On a recent outing, we ran into another guy with the same sling, but he had an accessory attached, which I just bought from Adorama, to carry my smartphone and extra SD cards.

 
4.0

Good strap

By

I used this strap when I'll be carrying my camera around all day or especially with my zoom 70-200 lens. It doesn't put a lot of strain on your shoulder. But it is bulky if you take it off and hold the camera in your hand like when I go into a restaurant and didn't want to look like a dork with the strap around me. But other than that. This is a good strong strap.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Just Buy It

By

Takes the pressure off your shoulder. Feels secure and not like it could slip off the shoulder. Looks good and when you are in shooting position the strap is out of your way. The only issue is I think the price is a little high but this is the best strap I have owned.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Best strap ever!

By

I love this strap, its the first strap that i have had that allows me to comfortably carry my camera everywhere, it holds it at a safe place near my thigh and doesn't let it swing forward unless i want. The one and only flaw is that the strap attaches at the bottom of the camera, which holds the strap in a great position, but when you try to put your camera down on a table etc, the connectors jut down, probably not a big deal if you have a battery grip, cus you have two flat sides, not a big deal anyways just be careful not to scratch your furniture.

 
5.0

Great strap for active photographers

By

I use it when traveling for security. Very comfortable, very adjustable. Folds very compact and fits in my bag. Easy to detach from camera. I use with camdapter arca style plate and hand strap. Very durable material.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Update Adjuster slippage

By

I had an issue with the strap slipping after desired adjustment resulting in my camera hanging too low. I contacted Black Rapid only to notify them and they said they were aware and had this issue fixed with revised straps then sent me a replacement. After receieving my replacement in the mail, I noticed the box is a updated compared to my first pair which I believe is the indicator in knowing which is the revised version from the one that has the slipping issue. I compared the 2 straps and noticed the adjuster (ladder lock) located on the back of strap is replaced with a new lock that won't cause the camera to slip. Now I'm satisfied with my replacement and have no slipping issues.

 
5.0

The cat's meow of camera straps!

By

I use it for walking on the beach. It provides a perfect thumb hook for your right thumb, and perfect length for your hand and arm to relax while walking. And your hand is already in position for a quick draw. The fit and comfort are excellent. The price is outrageous. But I love it anyway.And it is the last strap I'll ever need.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Length adjuster slips

By

I love the design and materials but the construction to adjust the length of the strap isn't what you would call great...it's terrible to be honest. Whenever I have my camera attached and hanging just where I want it which is a little bit below my hip, a few seconds later, the length adjuster would slip and my camera would be hanging so low just right above my knee. This is due to the poor design of the adjuster located on the back of the shoulder pad. I was thinking to puncture a pin through the parallel straps located on the back to avoid it from slipping but that would only damage the material so I never did that considering how expensive the strap is. Then what I would do is after adjusting the length of the strap, I would take the excess strap, fold it upwards, have the top fold inserted into the adjuster and the bottom fold inserted into the tail of the webbing and secure it with the keeper. This method would work but it would only secure the adjusted length for so long, I would find my camera hanging again so low just right above my knee. Since I noticed a small loop right above the R logo located on the from of the strap and never really knew what the loop was for, I figured releasing the folded access strap that was secured by the adjuster, the tail of the webbing and the keeper, release the tail of the webbing from the parallel strap and hook the tail of the webbing to the loop located on the front of the padding just above the R logo. After do this, I noticed that my camera hangs just where I want it with zero slippage and became the solution to my problem. The only thing is you cannot modify the length of the strap from this method but since I stand 5'8", the length of the strap is adjusted and fixed just where I want my camera to hang...just a little bit below my hip. So if you stand 5'8" like me or a little taller, this method will work for you or you can simply buy a different strap. Black Rapid should revise the adjuster that's located on the back of all their straps to stop it from slippage because those who stand shorter than 5'8" need the adjustment.

 
4.0

RS Sport

By

I purchased this strap anticipating carrying my Nikon D 7K while riding my bike. It works as advertised. Locking the camera in place so it stays at my side and does not bounce of the tank of my motor cycle. The locking ring inspires confidence, and the underarm strap assures it will not move. It takes the weight of the D 7K with vertical grip off my neck, so it's really very comfortable. Con: As it mounts to the base of the vertical grip, it's a little distracting when shooting vertical images. However, I can get use to that when considering how handy it is when carrying the camera/grip combination.

 
4.0

Extreme Sport

By

Got this to use with my D-7000 and grip. Fortunately I have two D-7000. As it screws into the tri-pod base, the BR is in the way when using the grip vertically. My bad. The strap is all you expect it to be.

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Jack P  I'm unclear on what's needed to secure the attachment and not interfere with a quick release. I've seen a device used with this strap that fastens under the quick release. Is it included or purchased separately?
JUDY Z  The strap screws into the bottom of your camera. However, if you move around alot, it CAN come unscrewed. Trust me....mine did and my camera hit the ground. I would not use this strap without making sure you have an additional lanyard or strap attached to the camera in case this fails. When I last saw the strap, they had not redesigned this clip. Avoid it unless you plan on checking it constantly to make sure it does not unscrew itself.
Jack P  Dear Judy Thank you. In doing more research I found a device that fastens under the Kirk quick release plates I have on my Canon DSLRs and will work with the sport strap. They are available in Australia. Being said, I also discovered that reportedly both Canon and Nikon when questioned, do not endorse using the tripod attachment on the bottom of your camera with a carrying strap. The BosStrap, a similar concept uses the camera's strap eyelets. By searching where to attach a camera, there's a technical piece citing Canon & Nikon explanations emphasizing that their tripod attachment was never designed for this use. For now, I'm going to hold off buying a strap. Regards, Jack
Jack P  I'm unclear on what's needed to secure the attachment and not interfere with a quick release. I've seen a device used with this strap that fastens under the quick release. Is it included or purchased separately?
JUDY Z  The strap screws into the bottom of your camera. However, if you move around alot, it CAN come unscrewed. Trust me....mine did and my camera hit the ground. I would not use this strap without making sure you have an additional lanyard or strap attached to the camera in case this fails. When I last saw the strap, they had not redesigned this clip. Avoid it unless you plan on checking it constantly to make sure it does not unscrew itself.
Jack P  Dear Judy Thank you. In doing more research I found a device that fastens under the Kirk quick release plates I have on my Canon DSLRs and will work with the sport strap. They are available in Australia. Being said, I also discovered that reportedly both Canon and Nikon when questioned, do not endorse using the tripod attachment on the bottom of your camera with a carrying strap. The BosStrap, a similar concept uses the camera's strap eyelets. By searching where to attach a camera, there's a technical piece citing Canon & Nikon explanations emphasizing that their tripod attachment was never designed for this use. For now, I'm going to hold off buying a strap. Regards, Jack
Jack P  I'm unclear on what's needed to secure the attachment and not interfere with a quick release. I've seen a device used with this strap that fastens under the quick release. Is it included or purchased separately?
JUDY Z  The strap screws into the bottom of your camera. However, if you move around alot, it CAN come unscrewed. Trust me....mine did and my camera hit the ground. I would not use this strap without making sure you have an additional lanyard or strap attached to the camera in case this fails. When I last saw the strap, they had not redesigned this clip. Avoid it unless you plan on checking it constantly to make sure it does not unscrew itself.
Jack P  Dear Judy Thank you. In doing more research I found a device that fastens under the Kirk quick release plates I have on my Canon DSLRs and will work with the sport strap. They are available in Australia. Being said, I also discovered that reportedly both Canon and Nikon when questioned, do not endorse using the tripod attachment on the bottom of your camera with a carrying strap. The BosStrap, a similar concept uses the camera's strap eyelets. By searching where to attach a camera, there's a technical piece citing Canon & Nikon explanations emphasizing that their tripod attachment was never designed for this use. For now, I'm going to hold off buying a strap. Regards, Jack
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