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Tamrac N5055: Picture 1 regular $27.95

About Tamrac N5055

All Tamrac camera straps are designed to work with slotted connectors and standard, split-ring connectors. All straps with quick connectors can be interchanged with any other Tamrac strap allowing cameras to be quickly changed with various strap systems.

This tough, stretchy neoprene rubber strap holds most digital SLRs and memory cards and absorbs the weight of the camera for all-day comfort. Two neoprene memory card holders provide convenient access to memory cards while shooting. The quick-release buckles are interchangeable with other Tamrac quick-release camera straps.

Summary of Customer Reviews

Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Comfortable (3),Does not chafe (3),Strong construction (3),Well padded (3)
Best Uses:
Comfort (3)

Tamrac N5055 Reviews

Reviewed by 4 customers


A good strap for smaller cameras


from Dummerston, VT  -  Pro Photographer

A comfortable strap if you're carrying a smaller camera and lens combo around your neck. But it isn't stout enough for pro-level bodies and lenses. The card pockets are a nice touch.


Good for lightweight cameras


from Dummerston, VT  -  Pro Photographer

This isn't beefy enough to handle a pro body, but for lightweight DSLRs, it's perfect. The card pockets are a nice touch.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)


Excellent strap!


from Texas  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

I have 3 of these on 3 different cameras. They are awesome! You can even fit an extra battery in one of the pockets in a pinch!

(3 of 4 customers found this review helpful)


I'm Tossing Mine


from Tacoma, WA  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

I used it on a Nikon D200. It felt like the weight of the camera was stretching the strap. When I walked with it slung around my shoulder, it felt like a yo-yo. But the worse part was that it did not have a non-slip surface and the strap was constantly slipping off of my shoulder.

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