ePHOTOzine Deluxe Neoprene style camera strap


13 Aug 2008 4:06PM
Hi All,

After much demand and anticipation we have finally received stocks of the new ePHOTOzine neoprene camera strap.

This deluxe 42mm wide strap has an embroidered ePHOTOzine logo at each end so you can be seen with ePHOTOzine. The elasticated nature of the strap ensures it's much more comfortable than the strap that came with your camera as it creates an apparent reduction in the weight, as well as having a rubberised backing to ensure it stays griped to your shoulder. The strap ends are 10mm wide and attach through the elongated lugs on your SLR camera body or, if you have an older film camera, via D-rings (not supplied). The length can be adjusted to control camera height when the strap is worn over your shoulder or around your neck. This strap will also make a perfect gift for the camera user in your life.

Get them quick whilst stocks last! They are priced at 7 or just 5 if you are an e2 member (+P&P) and can be purchased from here SUPER-DUPER FUNKY COOL AND COMFORTABLE CAMERA STRAP .

Thanks

Dan

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User_Removed 14 4.3k 2 United Kingdom
13 Aug 2008 4:13PM
Just ordered mine - I got one free from Smugmug some time ago and it's so much more comfortable than a conventional strap.
Liked it so much I'm prepared to actually pay for one now.
bangalicious 11 1.3k 5 England
13 Aug 2008 4:18PM
Sounds tempting...! Great idea for meets and EPZ groups.
bangalicious 11 1.3k 5 England
13 Aug 2008 4:19PM
Lol...and the link has changed!
Pete Plus
18 18.8k 97 England
13 Aug 2008 4:21PM
We''ve just tested it out on the Nikon D700 with a heavy 14-24mm and it's made the camera as light as a feather. Well not quite, but it certainly makes a difference!
strawman 15 22.1k 16 United Kingdom
13 Aug 2008 4:23PM
Do you do it in white?

Only kidding, it looks good, must order one.
Pete Plus
18 18.8k 97 England
13 Aug 2008 4:28PM

Quote:Do you do it in white?
I'll see what bleach does Wink If not I have some paint that might work
csurry 17 9.2k 92
13 Aug 2008 4:29PM
Does it come with a free D700 and 14-24 so we can check out those marketing claims Grin
jeanie Plus
15 6.0k 6 United Kingdom
13 Aug 2008 4:30PM
Ordered mine although a bit confused cos the price changed mid way! LOL!

Jeanie
Pete Plus
18 18.8k 97 England
13 Aug 2008 4:32PM
did you miss the postage and packaging aspect Jeanie? This adds on at the end?
jeanie Plus
15 6.0k 6 United Kingdom
13 Aug 2008 4:48PM
No got that bit. The price and p&p went down while I was messing (had to re-register because I could not remember email/password stuff to get back in as previous customer) , but the final price at the end had not altered..
IanA 15 3.0k 12 England
13 Aug 2008 5:02PM
Why don't you take Paypal?
Pete Plus
18 18.8k 97 England
13 Aug 2008 5:32PM

Quote:Why don't you take Paypal?

We can, manually, but not through the OScommerce function of the site as we have a customised version that doesn't want to play.
User_Removed 15 17.9k 8 Norway
13 Aug 2008 5:41PM
PayPal please Pete - the shop is refusing my login. How do I order using PayPal please?
Pete Plus
18 18.8k 97 England
13 Aug 2008 5:59PM
our paypal email address is paypal@ and then our web address

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