The New HoldFast Classic Camera Strap Is Both Simple and Classy

If you’re looking for a camera strap that is easy to use and easy on the eye, you might be interested in the new HoldFast Classic camera strap.

I am not sure about you, but I always like to have a strap of some sort attached to my camera, simply because I’m a klutz who tends to drop things. One thing I (and I know many others) do not like, though, are big bulky camera straps. If you fall into this category, you might want to take a closer look at the new HoldFast Classic camera strap, which promises to offer photographers a simple, classy way to carry around their cameras. Join us after the break for more details.

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The Vi Vante Bengal Unleashed Camera Strap Offers Style and Function

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If you want to spoil your camera, and your wrist, this new camera strap from Vi Vante might be for you.

Camera straps are one of those accessories that are often overlooked by many, and that’s a real shame because not only can they increase your levels of comfort when you use your camera, they can also have some flair to the camera too. There are many camera straps on the market that match many different fashion styles, but if you want one that will perhaps go with anything, the new Bengal Unleashed strap Vi Vante could be the strap you’ve been looking for. Join us after the break for more details. Continue reading…

Tap and Dye’s New Legacy Porter Shoulder Camera Strap Comes with Gorgeous Raw Leather and a Neck Pad

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We’re big fans of Tap and Dye’s piercingly handsome leather straps for mirrorless cameras. Today the company has announced a new Legacy Porter shoulder strap that can be truly customized by every wearer. Unlike the Tap and Dye’s previous straps, the leather shoulder strap is left untreated and raw. Instead of each strap coming with the same artificial patina, the strap’s natural full grain finish will break in within a few days of use. The company calls it a blank canvas upon which every user can add his or her own wrinkles and marks to create a living record with their cameras.

For a bit of added comfort, the Porter shoulder strap also has an integrated neck pad cut from buttery soft Horween Chromexcel leather. The Chromexcel leather is treated with an aniline solution to add a deep black dye without any topcoats to coverup the hide’s natural grain. The undersides of the neck pad has also been hand rubbed to a soft finish.

The strap is part of Tap and Dye’s Legacy line. So just like the Legacy Wrist Strap and Legacy Camera Neck/Shoulder Strap 44” it features the same spilt ring attachment system, which hopefully will be easier on our fingers and patience this time around. The Legacy Porter shoulder strap is available directly from Tap and Dye for $85. Tech specs and more images after the break. Continue reading…