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Lowepro straps for SLRs

A new range of Lowepro camera straps for SLRs, designed specifically for active and adventure photographers, aim to make camera-carrying more comfortable than ever before.

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Lowepro straps for SLRs
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Speedster is Lowepro’s most compact, lightweight and flexible strap and is manufactured from woven nylon stitched with an anti-slip rubber thread to ensure it remains in place. With two side release buckles and double-ladder locks to ensure camera stability, the Speedster will keep cameras secure even when photographers are on the move.

Transporter has been designed with maximum flexibility in mind. The sliding neck strap ensures that the padded support section remains in place whilst adjusting the straps to the desired length. And the detachable memory card wallet allows photographers to keep extra cards accessible at all times.

The two Voyager straps are aimed at adventure photographers who carry equipment for long periods of time. Made of Neoprene to give a soft, breathable surface, the Voyager S and Voyager C straps evenly distribute the camera weight around the neck and shoulders to make extended use with heavy camera equipment more comfortable. Voyager S allows photographers to sling cameras across their chest whereas Voyager C has a contoured design for those who prefer to carry equipment around their neck or over their shoulder.

Available from mid-July, the RRPs are as follows: Speedster - £14, Transporter - £16, Voyager S - £17, Voyager C - £17.
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Interesting. I hate having my camera manufacturer's logo emblazoned all over the camera strap. This way, when I change my camera, my wife hasn't a clue!!!
Big Bri 20 16.7k United Kingdom
Me too, but I use Op-Tech Smile
It's the knots in the binder twine that irritates my neck!
Ade_Osman 18 4.5k 36 England
Like Bri says, I use the Op-tec, which this looks like a clone of. Will certainly keep an eye out for them though as I'm about to order a camera.
User_Removed 17 17.9k 8 Norway
I've just ordered the 'Transporter' Ade. I'll let you know what its like.
joolsb 16 27.1k 38 Switzerland
Op-Tech is neoprene and stretchy but this one is basically nylon so not really a clone, I think.
I don't do 'stretchy' Julian hence going for the Lowepro Grin)

(and they're out of stock for 10 days!!)
keithh 17 25.8k 33 Wallis And Futuna
The Voyager's are stretchy neoprene

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