For a complete camera carrying solution, we recommend using Leash and Cuff with the Capture Camera Clip. Capture is a metal clip by Peak Design that let's you carry your DSLR on any strap or belt.
Leash® and Cuff® feature a brand new quick-connection system that is unlike anything you've ever seen. It's so fast, secure and unobtrusive that once you use it we think you'll never want to go back. Here's how it works: Leash and Cuff come with a set of Anchors (A). Leash comes with 4 anchors, Cuff with 2. The Anchors attach to any loop on your camera using a Cow Hitch (B). Capture® quick-release base plates sold separately. These Anchor disks slide into clips on the end of Leash and Cuff, locking in with a click (C). To unlock the anchors, press the disk down with your thumb and push it out in the reverse direction.
Leash and Cuff use a unique "Anchor" system to attach to your camera. It connects and detaches with the click of a button in a second flat, and can be done with one hand. It's intuitive design is more secure and foolproof than standard buckles.
No Memory Card Holder... Why? Cause that ain't our shtick. We designed Leash and Cuff to be secure, comfortable, quick, and tiny. We did not design them to store memory cards, holdlens caps or open beers. But we heavily considered the beer thing.
Unlike straps that use buckle or clip connectors, our Anchors are no bigger or heavier than a US penny (2.5g). When you're not using Leash or Cuff, you don't have to worry about bulky connection points hanging from your camera or body.
We use automotive-grade safety webbing for our straps, and the Anchors are made from braided Kevla® cord overmolded with high-performance glass-filled resin. A single Anchor can withstand up to 200lbs of force.
Camera straps are useful some of the time. The rest of the time they annoy the living daylight out of you. Hence the Leash and Cuff not only disconnect quickly, they're also compact enough to fit in your pocket or purse with room to spare.
Reviewed by 4 customers
The Cuff Wrist Strap by Peak Design is a slick easy way to securely contain your camera without getting in the way.Simply snug the strap to your wrist, secure it to your camera post and you're ready to go. The only drawback is that you spend some time adjusting the strap to your wrist and when taking it off you need to loosen the strap. I also have the OpTech Wrist strap, and while it's more comfortable and slips on and off easier, it's a bit wide and cumbersome, so there are trade offs to both. I think the Cuff Wrist Strap wins because it's much less intrusive.
I've tried several wrist straps, but this one is the easiest one to take off or attach to my DSLR. Additionally, it's plenty strong so I can "hang" my camera and large lens from my wrist.
Snug and secure. Great for phot shoots when you have to really be on the move and not worry about the neckstrap being in the way. Great quick disconnect system.
Best camera wrist strap I have used in a long time. I tried them all. This one is low profile and very comfortable, but very sturdy. I bought two and threaded them through the loops on the straps of my backpack, now I can hang my camera from there on long walks. Works well, looks good, is comfy and secure. What else do you need?