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    I use crumpler. Bonnie poisoned me

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    I use crumpler. Bonnie poisoned me
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    Quote Originally Posted by technoglitz87 View Post
    Got my op tech pro loop for 35. u'll love the cushioning.
    I got this too after one of guys in TK Foto recommended me. It's light and pretty comfortable.
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    ok! I go down and check it out hehehe
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    i'm using crumpler's industry disgrace. it has a pretty comfortable neck support.

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    i use rafia strings. so when i don't need the straps i just cut. and then tie back when i need them

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    Quote Originally Posted by dreamsz View Post
    madmartin : I went to their website, cannot find the one you referring to le.
    catchlights, how much is the op strap?
    spree86 : wa... strap 106....
    Quote Originally Posted by technoglitz87 View Post
    Got my op tech pro loop for 35. u'll love the cushioning.
    Not very sure, as I got mine many years back.

    anyway, OP/TECH USA have many interesting products.
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    i go down see later hehe

    thanks all.
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    i saw once on online.. u can fit a shoulder and hand strap on the cam at the same time.. but cant remember what brand or make is that..

    anyone can enlighten me? Thanks in advance
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    Lucky you asked this topic, I was walking about the whole day yesterday with the original strap and I found it to be very uncomfortable.

    But I have a question, is that any strap that has a comfortable neck support, but easily detachable from the camera body when needed?

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    i like straps from S and N, bt i using C, so how?
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    i have used a number of straps (from crumpler to R-straps), in the end, Matin quick release straps (made in korea) won me over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kelchew View Post
    i like straps from S and N, bt i using C, so how?
    How are they different?

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    Quote Originally Posted by spree86 View Post
    How are they different?
    just like the color
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    I would really prefer to use blackrapid. If not becos that the crumpler ID that I have is a gift from my gf, I would had changed it long time ago le... dunno if this is a good or bad point, this crumpler strap is so hard to spoil! -_-"
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsumetiv View Post
    Lucky you asked this topic, I was walking about the whole day yesterday with the original strap and I found it to be very uncomfortable.

    But I have a question, is that any strap that has a comfortable neck support, but easily detachable from the camera body when needed?
    Does have to be a neck strap? If it's a shoulder strap, the one's that has been talked about here a lot (BR, SS) is good. attaches to the camera's tripod socket, so just screw on/off to attach/remove.

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    Quote Originally Posted by symmetrix View Post
    Does have to be a neck strap? If it's a shoulder strap, the one's that has been talked about here a lot (BR, SS) is good. attaches to the camera's tripod socket, so just screw on/off to attach/remove.
    The BR, RS series strap may do the job quite nicely indeed. Does TK foto carry this strap as well?
    Maybe I should just go down and take a look at all their available straps

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsumetiv View Post
    The BR, RS series strap may do the job quite nicely indeed. Does TK foto carry this strap as well?
    Maybe I should just go down and take a look at all their available straps
    Yes TK photo carries BR, not sure about SS. Just go and have a look, they hang the straps next to the bags

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    I'm more attracted to SS coz I like the design of their camera attachment better (whatever you call it).

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsumetiv View Post
    Lucky you asked this topic, I was walking about the whole day yesterday with the original strap and I found it to be very uncomfortable.

    But I have a question, is that any strap that has a comfortable neck support, but easily detachable from the camera body when needed?
    Another is the Op/Tech Pro Loop strap. Very comfy and can be detached easily via quick release locks.

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