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Peak Design Slide Lite Camera Strap (Version 2) - $40

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ShopMoment [shopmoment.com] has Peak Design SlideLITE Camera Strap (Black) on sale for $39.96. Shipping is free worldwide.

(OP Note: I know the V1 version of this has been down to $30, but it looks like the last deal for that was over a year ago. I personally have this strap and really recommend it. In addition, this price is $10 less than all other sellers online who have it for $50.)
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The newly updated Slide Lite packs the unrivaled versatility of Slide into a smaller package, perfectly suited for mirrorless and light DSLR cameras. Wear Slide Lite as a sling, neck, or shoulder strap. Seatbelt-style nylon webbing has a smooth side that glides over clothing in sling mode and a grippy side that prevents slipping in shoulder mode. Dual quick-adjusters provide instant access and easy reconfiguration. Unique Anchor Link system connects quickly and dual points of connection keep your camera more stable than traditional sling straps. Shipped with updated V4 Anchors.

Updates include: new silicone grip, upgraded webbing, lower profile strap/hardware transitions. Anchor connectors have been updated to be smaller, faster, and more secure.
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Before anyone asks if they should get the lite or the regular version i'll put it this way.

If you have to ask then the lite is probably fine for you. The regular version is meant for people carrying cameras with heavier then 70-200 lenses. I use the lite on my Nikon Z6 with a sigma 70-200 and it works just fine.

It is an awesome strap by the way!
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I have the bigger one, the Slide and it's nice, very comfortable, but to be honest I would go with this instead if I did it again, the Slide is overkill for most people and takes up a lot of room in your bag. Also I almost never use it, I use my Peak Design Cuff wrist strap 99% of the time.
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Before anyone asks if they should get the lite or the regular version i'll put it this way.

If you have to ask then the lite is probably fine for you. The regular version is meant for people carrying cameras with heavier then 70-200 lenses. I use the lite on my Nikon Z6 with a sigma 70-200 and it works just fine.

It is an awesome strap by the way!
I agree. I had the Slide Lite for my A6500 and it worked perfectly. I use the slide (v1) for my a7III but I'd trust the Slide Lite for it without hesitation.
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I have the bigger one, the Slide and it's nice, very comfortable, but to be honest I would go with this instead if I did it again, the Slide is overkill for most people and takes up a lot of room in your bag. Also I almost never use it, I use my Peak Design Cuff wrist strap 99% of the time.
Yes. I use the Slide on my S1 and 24-70 since they're heavy.
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I have the bigger one, the Slide and it's nice, very comfortable, but to be honest I would go with this instead if I did it again, the Slide is overkill for most people and takes up a lot of room in your bag. Also I almost never use it, I use my Peak Design Cuff wrist strap 99% of the time.
LOL it defintely is a sweet strap but yeah folded down to its smallest its still as big as or bigger than my frigging 24105G zoom lens.
not sure if this is a good price though
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LOL it defintely is a sweet strap but yeah folded down to its smallest its still as big as or bigger than my frigging 24105G zoom lens.
not sure if this is a good price though
It's an okay price, I personally would try to get it for at least $35. I think I got my Slide, the blue one from Best Buy on a deal for something like $45. I really should sell that thing, never use it and it takes up a ton of room in the bag.
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It's an okay price, I personally would try to get it for at least $35. I think I got my Slide, the blue one from Best Buy on a deal for something like $45. I really should sell that thing, never use it and it takes up a ton of room in the bag.
sell to me i want a blue
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This really only works for a very small mirrorless or point and shoot. Fan of Peak Design, but it is very uncomfortable with my A7Riii, even when using a small prime lens. The regular Slide isn't much heavier and is a lot more comfortable.
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I just recently upgraded to Peak Design straps (the lite version) and it is well worth it. I use it more as a sling strap so it's fully extended. Very comfortable and doesn't pinch or cut into you
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Will the old anchor still work?
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Get this or the leash? I carry the sigma trio with my a6500 most of the time, sometimes with the tamron 18-400
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It is quite bulky to fit in the camera bag with the camera, but a solid strap. I decided to try the clutch now since I think straps just aren't for me.
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Before anyone asks if they should get the lite or the regular version i'll put it this way.

If you have to ask then the lite is probably fine for you. The regular version is meant for people carrying cameras with heavier then 70-200 lenses. I use the lite on my Nikon Z6 with a sigma 70-200 and it works just fine.

It is an awesome strap by the way!
The Lite version is already wide enough that, depending on your camera and how you sling the strap, it might saw into your neck. I can't imagine using the larger version. Another issue with the strap - and with Peak Design in general - is that you get form over function: the nifty little adjusters on the strap are metal and are just waiting to scratch the screen on your camera as you stuff it into, and pull it out of, your camera bag.
The less well known but infinitely better choice is something from Echo Niner, e.g. Light Speed @http://store.eniner.com/light-spe...ra-strap/. The strap material is softer and the single adjuster is perfect.
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I have the leash for my OM-D EM10 Mark iii and it works great. I could only imagine the slide lite would be even better if you are using a similar size or larger camera. I love the leash because it is very easy to pack away which is why I choose it over the slide lite last year when I bought a peak design strap. For reference on comfort I used the leash all around Japan and never had fatigue or felt like it dug into my neck. Also it was 100 degrees so it was nice not having a thicker strap.
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Will the old anchor still work?
No one ever responded. Sorry. Yeah, all anchors work with one another. The newer anchors just are stronger/more secure/etc.
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Get this or the leash? I carry the sigma trio with my a6500 most of the time, sometimes with the tamron 18-400
I'd get the Slide Lite over the Leash personally. I'm currently rocking it along with a first gen PD wrist strap.

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