Which Camera Strap?

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  1. TJ K

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    I like the R Strap, but I think I am going to make the DIY version.
     
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    How is this version done? And are you the same person that has a tripod review on youtube because you have the same gear as him? thanks
     
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    Well if it's still available then i will purchase it but will it tell me if it's not so i don't end up just sending some cash haha
     
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    I dunno. I bought this strap at the local camera store before I knew there was a TPF version (for a bit less $$). Maybe one of the old-timers knows if it still exists.
     
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    Alright I'll check it out and how is the grip? Would you feel safe if it was just hanging on your shoulder? Thanks for answering my questions.
     
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    I hang it on my shoulder with my Sigma 100-300mm f4 and TC (not a light combination) and feel totally secure. It is far more comfortable than the original Canon strap. I also like the fact that I can quickly unsnap the bulk of it from the camera when I want to put the camera on a tripod.
     
  10. I love mine. I have the two of these, one with TPF on it. These are perfect, I will never use anything else.
     
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    I ike the strap that came with my D700, didn't your D90 come with one???.
     
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