Altura Photo Rapid Fire Camera Neck Strap
- Light and Comfortable
- Reinforced Materials
- Fully Adaptable
- Universal Compatibility
It feels strong & doesn’t weigh my neck down. I wish the cushion remained in place BUT its not one size fits all & it is flexible to ensure that excels. You also could change the strap length inning accordance with your elevation so even shorties ought to be able to use this.
The shoulder band fits and also soft and holds good. I had no concerns lugging everything via the day on trips to those insane Disney parks in Orlando. It alleviates the weight from your neck as well as keeps the camera at an ideal position making a fast shot.
The Altura Photo Rapid Fire actually does the trick. It fasts on the draw very comfy neck support, clip is very well made, not some cheep clamp. Very strong!
I took pleasure in using this strap although I could’ve done without a few of the features. It appears like it has a backup band developed into it that could be affixed to your electronic camera. I didn’t wish to use that a person, however one of my own construction that I felt would be safer. There’s no chance to get it off without damaging it so I left it in position.
Waterproof Camera Float
- Bouyance floating camera wrist strap
- Float waterproof cameras up to 7 ounches/200 grams.
- High Visibility
- Durable Material
This float works perfectly to float my Galaxy S7 with a Life Proof case. The float is bright and boiyant enough to keep see the float and grab is when the phone is submerged. Stitching seems to be constructed nicely.
My only concern with the Waterproof Camera Float is with the very thin rope attachment. All floats seem to have the same tether however they could potentially break. The detachable option is great. I keep the small tether always on my phone and attach the float when I am boating. I bought this specifically for scuba diving.
Pros: easy to use, could roll it up to my upper arm to prevent loss.
Cons: I don’t know that it would help float my camera fully, the string that pulls through to attach the camera seems very thin and potentially a source of failure, but it held up through my yanking it out of my backpack side pockets, scuba diving, etc.
Bottom line: For this price, I’d definitely buy it again, but now that I’ve used it, I might look for something that seemed a bit more sturdy.
Vortex Optics Binocular Harness Strap
- Comfortable way to carry binoculars for hours.
- Keeps cameras,from jostling around as you walk
- Durable Nylon/Lycra straps
- One-size-fits-all harness
After trying several different harnesses that were way too expensive and not built for women, I am delighted to say I finally found the Vortex Optics it works well for women. What a delight to have the weight of my heavy binoculars off my neck! I’m looking forward to taking them to the Galapagos Islands next month.
This harness is comfortable, easily adjustable to fit your chest size and easy to put on/take it off. Worked great for a camera and binoculars on some rough oceans in a zodiac. Very comfortable and easy to put on and adjust. Sturdy enough clips and elastic banding for most applications. I added some additional webbing/clips for quick removal and change-out of gear, so seeing something like this come with it would be icing on the cake.
This harness keeps my camera secure and close to my stomach while I’m running around, jumping over streams, or climbing rocks etc. The clips that came with the harness were easy to install and allow for me to unhook my camera easily if a friend wants to view.