Content Camera Strap Promises to Be the Only Strap You’ll Ever Need

If you’re a fan of modular setups down to your camera accessories, the Content Camera Strap is worth checking out.

It’s a bold statement, but Allegory Goods, the creators of the Content Camera Strap, promises that it will be the only camera strap you’ll ever need. Why? Because it has three modes for all your shooting styles: neck strap, cross body strap, and wrist strap or leash. If you’re curious about modular camera straps, you might want to check this out and even back it on Kickstarter.

The Content Camera Strap has the same goal as the Simplr F1 Sling-Style Camera Strap in that it wants to simplify camera straps for photographers. The main difference between the two is that the Content Camera Strap is actually a system, and not a single convertible strap. As explained in the Kickstarter campaign, the package is comprised of a neck strap, a cross body strap, and a pair of adjustable straps. The two adjustable straps are attached to either the neck strap or the cross body strap. Since adjustable straps are equipped with quick detach clips, it’s easy to swap between the neck strap and cross body strap. The adjustable straps can also be used as leash or wrist straps.

Also included in the package are two nano paracord loops which you can use if your camera’s attachment points are hard to access, or if you want to add more distance between the metal quick detach clips and your camera body. You can also put everything in the Muslin carry bag included.

If you find the Simplr F1 Sling-Style Camera Strap looks, well, too simple, the Content Camera Strap may be a more eye-catching option for you. The neck and cross body straps are made of 1.5 inch soft weave comfort cotton web which distributes weight, while the adjustable straps are made of waterproof Ecuadorian latigo leather. The minimalist quick detach clips are chrome-plated and have rounded edges to protect your camera.

Think this is the camera strap for you? Head to the Content Camera Strap Kickstarter campaign to learn more, back the project, and check out the add-ons you can include in your pledge.

 

All images from the Kickstarter campaign by Chad Schumacher/Allegory Goods