Think Tank V2.0-1" Double-Sided Non-Slip Camera Strap - Grey #254

Think Tank
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$26.75
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About Think Tank

Designed for increased portability and less bulk, this strap also attaches to backpacks!

Summary of Customer Reviews

(7)
Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Pros:
Strong construction (5),Comfortable (4),Adjustable (3)
Reviewer Profile:
Photo enthusiast (3)

Think Tank Features

  • Lightweight and slender, Camera Strap easily packs away
  • Durable metal rings can be attached to the Camera Support Straps
  • Two colors available to easily distinguish between two camera bodies
  • Supports your camera in more ways than one
  • Fully adjustable
  • Non-slip material prevents sliding

Think Tank Specifications

Length of shoulder strap portion
1" x 22" / 2.5 x 56 cm
Weight
2oz. / 57 g

Reviews about this item

Review Snapshot®

 
4.3

(based on 7 reviews)

83%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (5)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (1)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (0)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (0)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (1)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Great strap!

I've used a lot of straps over the years, from manufacturers' through Domke, UPStrap, Tamrac, who knows what else. Like a lot of photogs, I usually hang cameras on my shoulders, from which they can slip. I've got a lot of Think Tank products: solid, well thought out. V 2 of the strap is my favorite strap to date—the grippy stuff on both sides was a simple, but great, idea, and it works.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Camera Stap by Think Tank

I am really surprised at Think Tank to put this on their product line. The only good thing is that it attaches to their backpacks.this is not a stable strap! The price is outragious too [$]. I have alot of Think Tank bags and they are great so I guess they are allowed one mistake.

Reviewed by 7 customers

 
4.0

"Non-Slip" Strap Lives Up To Its Name!

By

from Rochester, NY  -  Semi-pro Photographer

This strap is definitely grippy...just the other day I hiked/climbed up the side of a mountain (fine, a veryyyy steep hill) with my 50D with a battery grip and a 70-200 f/2.8 lens attached, swung around my side, and the camera never moved! The strap is on the thinner side, so buyer beware if you prefer thicker, wider straps, but for those with smaller shoulders or body frames, this strap is definitely a buy and can handle whatever load you put on it!

 
5.0

Useful strap

By

from Sydney, Australia  -  Photo Enthusiast

I have two of these, one on a Nikon F3 the other on a FM2. They are comfortable, for a neck strap, as well as lightweight and grippy. They look good, too. I have some Sun Sniper straps I use on my larger cameras but for the smaller camera bodies these straps are perfect. I'm about to order another for a compact Pentax so I am pretty happy with these.

 
5.0

Best

By

from Rockville, MD  -  Photo Enthusiast

I likes. You can hook the rings onto your backpack straps. That takes so much pressure off of your neck or shoulders. That is extremely helpful for a long day of shooting.

 
5.0

Great strap. not flashy.

By

from Bronx,NY  -  Semi-pro Photographer

I was looking for a strap that did not have a flashy neon sign attached to attract attention to my gear. This strap does the trick. I would recommend it to a friend.

 
5.0

Everything in life is a compromise

By

from Waukesha, WI  -  Photo Enthusiast

I have had several dozen straps over the years and I have yet to find that ''perfect'' strap. I look at photo articles with someone extolling the virtues of the latest gear and I am often left wondering what they were thinking after I see or buy the product. I have a lot of think tank gear. I personally think it is about the best out there. The company's claim to fame is that it's design team is made up of pros and they use feedback to build their product. Think tank is the first place to look for gear if you are serious about your work. On to the strap. I carry a pro SLR with a 70-200 for 12 hours at an air show with this strap. I don't think it is uncomfortable, but some may want a wider strap. The problem with wider straps is that they tend to get in the way and are more difficult to store in already tight gear bags. This strap is a good compromise in comfort. The material has enough ''stick'' to keep from sliding off the shoulder. Finally, the ability to use the think tank clips, for those times you want to spread the weight to their harness or back pack is a very good feature. Well made, designed for hard use, good design...this has been the description for all of the gear I have bought from ThinkTank. There are products out there that are cheaper...I have purchased many of them. Most of that stuff is in a closet boxed away...and I have found that the only gear that I seem to use any more is the ThinkTank gear.

 
1.0

Camera Stap by Think Tank

By

from Brick, New Jersey

I am really surprised at Think Tank to put this on their product line. The only good thing is that it attaches to their backpacks.this is not a stable strap! The price is outragious too [$]. I have alot of Think Tank bags and they are great so I guess they are allowed one mistake.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great strap!

By

from Narragansett, RI  -  Pro Photographer

I've used a lot of straps over the years, from manufacturers' through Domke, UPStrap, Tamrac, who knows what else. Like a lot of photogs, I usually hang cameras on my shoulders, from which they can slip. I've got a lot of Think Tank products: solid, well thought out. V 2 of the strap is my favorite strap to date—the grippy stuff on both sides was a simple, but great, idea, and it works.

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