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Neoprene Fast-Access Strap 3
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Neoprene Fast Access 3 shoulder strap from Matin.
This is an updated version of the popular sliding strap from Matin.
This strap is worn diagonally across the shoulder and allows quick access to the camera via a slider.
Suitable for most DSLR’s and many Compact System Cameras.
We do not recommend this strap for Professional DSLRs such as the Nikon D3/D4 or Canon 1 D Series.
An extremely comfortable way to carry a camera, the Fast Access strap is worn across the shoulder using a thick, wide neoprene pad to spread the load. A secondary adjustable strap fits under the arm to keep the main strap in position. It can be removed if not required.
The main strap is also adjustable to suit most photographers. The camera is attached to the strap via the standard strap lug fitted by the camera manufacturer. Unlike other sliding strap designs, this leaves the camera's triopd socket unused. It also means the camera does not hang upside down.
With the tripod socket free, it's easy to remove the camera from the strap and mount it onto a tripod.
The strap features a quick release snap hook that lets the camera be unclipped from the strap quickly. Unlike regular snap hooks there is an additional security latch built into the snap hook that prevents accidental release.
An adjustable ‘stop’ ensures the camera hangs in a comfortable position.
1 Easy to attach and detach with robust quick release buckle.
2 Adjustable and detachable side strap retains shoulder pad in place.
3 Adjustable length main strap to fit all body sizes.
4 Adjustable ‘stop’ clip keeps camera in position and prevents it from sliding backwards.
5 Quick release attachment with extra security button allows easy switching to a tripod.
6 Wide, thick (8mm), stretchy neoprene shoulder pad with non-slip pad for comfort.
Length 120cm – 160cm approx Pad size 400mm x 65mm approx
By using the standard strap attachment point, the camera does not hang ‘upside’ down. This method of attachment keeps the tripod socket free. The quick release makes it fast to unclip the camera and mount it on a tripod.