It is no real secret that mirrorless cameras are often designed with the most appealing looks since the typical look of the DSLR hasn’t really changed at all for many years. But mirrorless cameras come in all different shapes and sizes: some look more like point and shoots, others like old SLR cameras, and others like rangefinders. But the fact that they all look different also opens you up to the fact that you can customize them to look however you want.
Here are three of our favorite stylish straps for mirrorless cameras.
Cub and Co Shooter Camera Strap
Cub and Co is a brand new company that started this year in Long Island, NY. Their wares have an edgy yet beautiful vintage appeal while balancing a slightly rugged look to them too. In particular, we fell in love with the company’s Shooter camera strap. This strap is not only beautiful, but amazingly comfortable (perhaps the most comfortable on this list.) The inside has a soft beaten leather while the outside has a tougher exterior.
The strap works great around your neck, shoulder, or wrapped around your wrist when street shooting.
Tap and Dye LEGACY Shoulder Strap
Tap and Dye camera straps will give off the feeling of being vintage while also being a bit new. Of any strap maker on this list, Tap and Dye has two key advantages with their Legacy shoulder strap. For starters, the straps are tough to get on and off: which means that they’ll always be secure. Second, they look better with age–and we mean like good whiskey type better. Once the strap is beaten in and bent around, it will look like an authentic vintage strap. But don’t worry, these straps are super strong and weather sealed due to the BeesWax coating that they have on them.
Like all other straps on this list, they aren’t adjustable, so go for the one that best suits your size.
Figosa Vintage Leather Strap
The Italians are great for lots of things: leather, cooking, wine, etc. And while Italian leather is typically seen on our couches, jackets, and bags, Figosa is using it for your camera strap. The company also finds a way to make it quite affordable without skimping on quality at all either. Figosa’s straps are for the most part very low profile unless you opt for crazier colors. We recommend their straps for people that actually own vintage cameras and want something to dress their vintage inspired mirrorless camera up accordingly.
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