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Massdrop has Select Peak Design Camera Straps on Sale (options listed below). Shipping is free. Thanks ErikV6762

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Available Options:
  • Peak Design SLL-BK-3 SlideLITE Camera Strap (Black) $39.95
  • Peak Design SLL-AS-3 SlideLITE Camera Strap (Ash) $39.95
  • Peak Design Leash Camera Strap (Charcoal) $31.95
  • Peak Design Leash Camera Strap (Ash) $31.95
Add-ons:
  • Peak Design Cuff Camera Wrist Strap (Ash) $23.95
  • Peak Design Cuff Camera Wrist Strap (Charcoal) $23.95
  • Peak Design CL-2 Clutch Camera Hand-Strap $31.95
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  • Massdrop is a group buying site where the final price is determined by the number of purchases so the final price may end up being lower (not higher). Estimated ship date is May 1, 2018
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Massdrop is offering various discounts on their newest line of camera straps

SlideLite $39.95
Slide $51.95
Leash $31.95

with additional add-ons discounted

Cuff $23.95
Clutch $31.95

Shipping is Free, However Mass Drop can take some time to ship items as they are in intermediary and the items wont ship till after the drop is over.

https://www.massdrop.com/buy/peak...guest_open
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The Slide is the same price at REI with their 20% off coupon.
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The Slide is the same price at REI with their 20% off coupon.
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nvm, this is for the new one, not terrible.
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I was actually looking at these the other day, I think it was the leash that I was looking at.

I currently have a Joby UltraFit Sling Strap but it's a bit bulky when it's on and only attaches to the bottom of the camera in regards to putting it away with the strap on. Didn't know they also had them at REI and will basically be the same price with the 20% discount they currently have, might go that route to be able to return if needed.

Anyone use the "Capture" item they sell? Wondering if it's useful or just gimmicky.
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I wasn't gonna say anything but decided to anyway. I know a guy who put our a good little video on some tricks to do with a good strap. Here is the link https://youtu.be/GIhcXKqS6xg

If you don't have a strap, I would suggest getting one even if you don't do any of the cool things with it. It is just good habbit to always have it on when shooting in a way that were you drop you hi end, expensive DSLR, it would save it. I rarely take mine off when even shooting video.
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Wish you could buy the Clutch by itself and not as an add-on Frown
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I have the Original Capture and the New V3 Capture...Its very useful if you want your camera for use right away. I mainly use mine with the Lens Attachment to easily switch out lens on the go. It's a convenience accessory.

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I was actually looking at these the other day, I think it was the leash that I was looking at.

I currently have a Joby UltraFit Sling Strap but it's a bit bulky when it's on and only attaches to the bottom of the camera in regards to putting it away with the strap on. Didn't know they also had them at REI and will basically be the same price with the 20% discount they currently have, might go that route to be able to return if needed.

Anyone use the "Capture" item they sell? Wondering if it's useful or just gimmicky.
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I have the Original Capture and the New V3 Capture...Its very useful if you want your camera for use right away. I mainly use mine with the Lens Attachment to easily switch out lens on the go. It's a convenience accessory.
Thanks for the reply.

Do you use a strap together with the Capture for more security? They mention that you can use the leash with the Capture together in the video that is on their website but don't mention it on the slide or slide lite. I'm assuming you can still use both of those with the Capture since it's the anchor connectors that connect to the Capture and they all seem the share the same exact anchor connectors.

I'm thinking of getting the Slide Lite now instead of the leash.
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The Slide is the same price at REI with their 20% off coupon.
Same with Backcountry and no tax for most states
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I was actually looking at these the other day, I think it was the leash that I was looking at.

I currently have a Joby UltraFit Sling Strap but it's a bit bulky when it's on and only attaches to the bottom of the camera in regards to putting it away with the strap on. Didn't know they also had them at REI and will basically be the same price with the 20% discount they currently have, might go that route to be able to return if needed.

Anyone use the "Capture" item they sell? Wondering if it's useful or just gimmicky.
I use my Capture Clip every time we go hiking. I attach it to my camera pack strap and it makes it super easy to grab my camera when I need it without straining my neck with a strap. It's also very secure. Unless I fall down, I never have to worry about my camera falling out. I typically have my Canon 7D MkII and 100-400mm lens, which ends up getting quite heavy at 6.5lbs. No issues with that much weight.

Initially, I was concerned about the little quick-release button things, but I've come to like them. Sometimes I want the strap, and other times I don't. I attached one QR to the Capture plate and the other to my camera. I never take the plate off, and it still slips right into the Capture Clip just fine.

I also got their Slide strap. I really like it. Once in a while, I'll bump open one of the adjustment clasps, but the material is great and the clasps are solid.

I realize I sound like an ad (no, they aren't paying me, I bought this stuff myself), but Peak Design gear has impressed me, so far. I haven't shelled out for a camera bag, yet. Those are more than I can justify right now. But the Capture and Slide are both solid and well-thought-out. I use them both very regularly, and have had zero issues with either.

BTW, if you get a strap, they come with a Capture plate. If you already have a Capture Clip, like I did, now you'll have two so you can keep them on different camera bodies.
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I use my Capture Clip every time we go hiking. I attach it to my camera pack strap and it makes it super easy to grab my camera when I need it without straining my neck with a strap. It's also very secure. Unless I fall down, I never have to worry about my camera falling out. I typically have my Canon 7D MkII and 100-400mm lens, which ends up getting quite heavy at 6.5lbs. No issues with that much weight.

Initially, I was concerned about the little quick-release button things, but I've come to like them. Sometimes I want the strap, and other times I don't. I attached one QR to the Capture plate and the other to my camera. I never take the plate off, and it still slips right into the Capture Clip just fine.

I also got their Slide strap. I really like it. Once in a while, I'll bump open one of the adjustment clasps, but the material is great and the clasps are solid.

I realize I sound like an ad (no, they aren't paying me, I bought this stuff myself), but Peak Design gear has impressed me, so far. I haven't shelled out for a camera bag, yet. Those are more than I can justify right now. But the Capture and Slide are both solid and well-thought-out. I use them both very regularly, and have had zero issues with either.

BTW, if you get a strap, they come with a Capture plate. If you already have a Capture Clip, like I did, now you'll have two so you can keep them on different camera bodies.
Do all of the straps come with a capture plate? Don't see it mentioned anywhere.

**EDIT** just noticed it looks like the previous models of the straps might have had the same plate as the Capture plate. The newer models bring slimmer mounting plates from what I can see.
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Which of the 3 straps would be most optimal for a Panasonic G7? I'm leaning towards the Slide Lite, any input would be appreciated. I'm 6'3" btw.
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I ordered the leash. The price is better than the previous Kickstarter campaign.
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Which of the 3 straps would be most optimal for a Panasonic G7? I'm leaning towards the Slide Lite, any input would be appreciated. I'm 6'3" btw.
The Lite would be your best bet for Mirrorless. If you carry for extended periods of time or have huge lens on constantly maybe the bigger.
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