5 things to look for in a camera strap
Don’t simply stick with the strap that came with your camera. There is a diverse range of options out there. .
Try before you buy. Comfort and quality can only be truly assessed with the weight of camera and lens you use.
03 Keep it simple
Don’t get distracted by extra features. A good strap should basically offer comfort and secure camera attachment.
Think about your budget. Spending more money won’t necessarily get you a better strap – but it might be more stylish!
05 Type of shoot
The duration and frequency of your shoots will determine whether you need a sling strap or neck strap.
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