Tamrac N-25 - Shock Absorber, Neoprene Camera Strap-Quick Release - Black

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About Tamrac N-25

These straps are made of tough and stretchy neoprene rubber. They are easy on the neck and very comfortable as the neoprene acts as a "shock absorber" to absorb the weight of the camera and provide all-day neck comfort. The quick-release buckles allow flexibility and interchange with all other Tamrac quick-release system.

The Tamrac N-25 is commonly used for Comfort, Stable, Supporting camera and more.The Tamrac N-25 is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Casual photographer, Photo enthusiast among others.The Tamrac N-25 is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Tamrac N-25: Adjustable, Comfortable, Does not chafe, Strong construction and Well padded

Summary of Customer Reviews

Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Pros:
Comfortable (33),Well padded (29),Adjustable (26),Does not chafe (26),Strong construction (21)
Best Uses:
Comfort (29),Supporting camera (13),Stable (6)
Reviewer Profile:
Photo enthusiast (17),Casual photographer (10),Semi-pro photographer (3)

Tamrac N-25 Specifications

Weight
3 oz. (85 g)
Material
Neoprene
Colors Available
Black, Silver, Red, Blue

Tamrac N-25 Reviews

Review Snapshot®

 
4.4

(based on 37 reviews)

80%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (22)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (9)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (4)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (2)

  • 1 Stars

     

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Comfy Neck-Saver

This strap is a huge improvement over the cheapo nylon webbing-types. It's all-day comfortable, absorbing the weight of a camera bouncing on your neck very nicely. I can hike for several hours with a Nikon DSLR and compact telephoto lens with no discomfort. I've had the same strap for at least a couple of years now and it's held up quite well. The quick-release buckles are a nice touch, and I've had zero problems with them. The only drawback, as mentioned by another reviewer, is that it's a b...

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This strap is a huge improvement over the cheapo nylon webbing-types. It's all-day comfortable, absorbing the weight of a camera bouncing on your neck very nicely. I can hike for several hours with a Nikon DSLR and compact telephoto lens with no discomfort. I've had the same strap for at least a couple of years now and it's held up quite well. The quick-release buckles are a nice touch, and I've had zero problems with them. The only drawback, as mentioned by another reviewer, is that it's a bit short for carrying over the neck and shoulder (which is also what I prefer, rather than letting the camera pull just on my neck). It carries OK, but the length is impractical for simply pulling up the camera and shooting without unslinging it from under your arm. Unless you're going with a fancier holster system, though, this is the comfiest camera strap around. Probably the best [$] I've ever spent on a camera accessory.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Wish it were twice as long

I just received this strap. I purchased it after it was recommended by a website that never steered me wrong. However, I prefer to wear my DSLR over the neck and shoulder and with this strap it just isn't possible; the camera would end up somewhere under my armpit. The strap has a couple of quick-disconnects and a couple more buckles, I'm not sure I would trust it with a $1000+ DSLR. It seems tough, but the 6 potential points of failure frighten me. I'm still looking for the perfect camera st...

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I just received this strap. I purchased it after it was recommended by a website that never steered me wrong. However, I prefer to wear my DSLR over the neck and shoulder and with this strap it just isn't possible; the camera would end up somewhere under my armpit. The strap has a couple of quick-disconnects and a couple more buckles, I'm not sure I would trust it with a $1000+ DSLR. It seems tough, but the 6 potential points of failure frighten me. I'm still looking for the perfect camera strap.

Reviewed by 37 customers

 
5.0

Have been using one for years

By

from Del Mar,Calif.  -  Photo Enthusiast

Great product. I have one that must be 10 years old and it still works great. Needed another one for a recent camera purchase.

 
5.0

AWESOME camera strap

By

from Northern Illinois  -  Casual Photographer

I bought this strap on the advice of Ken Rockwell, a pro photographer who has an informative website. This strap is incredibly comfortable to wear and very well made. The part of the strap that fits around your neck is made of neoprene like they use in wet-suits for divers. Really strong stuff, but stretchy. The weight of the camera is barely felt because the strap has enough "give" in it to absorb the weight of the camera as you move. It's perfect.

 
4.0

Workable solution

By

from Spring Valley, CA  -  Pro Photographer

The best part of the strap is it's detachable.

 
5.0

Perfect light camera strap

By

from Baltimore, MD  -  Photo Enthusiast

Designed for ligher cameras such as older film cameras, this strap is perfect. Comfortable,elastic, doesn't twist around.

 
4.0

Comfortable Strap

By

from North Carolina  -  Casual Photographer

This strap seems to take the weight of my camera away and is comfortable around my neck. The only con I see is the length. It works OK for me, but a taller person might fight it too short.

 
4.0

Thank You Ken Rockwell!

By

from Danville, VA  -  Photo Enthusiast

A very good, functional alternative to the basic short Nikon strap that could substitute as emery cloth in a pinch. Availability in colors other than black is a nice touch; comes in handy. I was guided to the Tamrac N-25 at Adorama by Ken Rockwell. Thanks Mr. Rockwell & Adorama.

 
3.0

Great Strap

By

from Albany, NY  -  Casual Photographer

Very comfortable, much better than the uncomfortable and hedious strap that came with my D3100. Only complaint is that it could be a bit longer.

 
3.0

Not much of an improvement

By

from Portland, OR  -  Photo Enthusiast

I bought this because I'd read a review saying it is long enough to sling across the chest rather than hang from the neck, but that is not the case. It's too short for that. It's really only a minimal improvement over the Nikon strap that came with the camera. It's a bit more springy, but too short for what I wanted.

 
5.0

Very comfotable strap.

By

from South Carolina  -  Casual Photographer

Wish I had known about these straps earlier.

 
2.0

Not great

By

from NYC  -  Pro Photographer

The Neoprene broke it then just held together with the fabric on the top if the Neoprene. It was too bouncy and there was no suppport for the weight, I think the Tamrac N-27 - Boomerang Strap is a much better strap

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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
PAUL R  It has a quick release so I can take it off easily for storage. Plus the neoprene really is soft on the shoulder.
Shopper  I'm a big guy. I see that most complaints seem to regard the strap being too small. I prefer my straps to go over my shoulder and around my neck so the camera hangs at my side. Any suggestions?
JAMES S  I would recommend the Sun Sniper strap
john s  will this work on a canon sx40 ?
IRA L  I don't see why it wouldn't work. I like it and am going to purchase one more.
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