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Movo Photo MP-SS4 Rapid Camera Sling Strap w/ Padded Neoprene Shoulder Strap

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Adorama.com has Movo Photo MP-SS4 Rapid Camera Sling Strap with Vented Padded Neoprene Shoulder Strap for $7.95. Shipping is free.

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    • This price is $7 lower (47% savings) than the $14.95 list price.
  • Features:
    • Camera shoulder sling strap that maximizes comfort and reduces strain
    • Universal - Designed to work with any camera that has a 1/4" tripod mount
    • Secure - Stainless steel swivel hook ensures the security of your equipment
    • Easy Access - Quick release clip allows you to position your camera fast and freely
    • Breathable neoprene
    • Stainless steel with black nickel gloss finish
    • Double-ply polypropylene webbing
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I dont get why/how people like the PD. The camera (and anchor/mount) doesnt slide along the strap on the PD. You literally have to move the entire strap with the camera to shooting position (which requires two hands, one on camera and one to prevent the strap from sliding off the shoulder) and now the "shoulder" padding is along your back, which has to be pulled and put back onto your shoulder for when camera returns to the resting/hip position.

IMO, the BR design is 1,000,000x better since the anchor and camera slides up and down on the strap while the shoulder pad stays put. Ask me how I know, I have both. I only bought the PD because it got such great reviews. Looks and quality, the PD is top notch. Functionality? Absolutely abysmal compared to the BR. I've carried 100-400L with an extender on a 5DIV with no issues whatsoever.

Hopefully y'all understand my description of how both designs work. I have no experience with OPs brand.
So the cheap one "only" lasted ten years? Lol
You can easily add a safety net to these by attaching a nylon string or hair band to the clasp above the cariabiner then to the camera d-ring. I've saved my various Fuji X100 series when the clasp opened.

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Looks not bad..but if you are slinging anything more than $600 you really shouldn't be using an $8 strap. Get the Peak Design strap if you have $1500+
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Looks not bad..but if you are slinging anything more than $600 you really shouldn't be using an $8 strap. Get the Peak Design strap if you have $1500+
Word. I am not gonna wanna save a couple bucks for hanging $9300 worth of equipment off my shoulders. Probably good for beginners entering the tog game. PeakDesign is nice, but also look at BlackRapid or if you want a really classy and custom look DesiredLeather (cris8 for 8% off)
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Peak Design stuff is ugly imo, I prefer traditional metal clips. There's plenty of durable ones. That said, I don't like this style myself.
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You can easily add a safety net to these by attaching a nylon string or hair band to the clasp above the cariabiner then to the camera d-ring. I've saved my various Fuji X100 series when the clasp opened.
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Looks not bad..but if you are slinging anything more than $600 you really shouldn't be using an $8 strap. Get the Peak Design strap if you have $1500+
That bullshit. What makes those strips any better at protecting your stuff. They are nicer but to say this....
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You can easily add a safety net to these by attaching a nylon string or hair band to the clasp above the cariabiner then to the camera d-ring. I've saved my various Fuji X100 series when the clasp opened.
Yeah, I used a cheap one of these and had a backup by running a nylon strap from the camera (where you normally attach the neck strap) to the d-ring thing on this strap.

Good thing because after ~10 years the rivet that attaches the carabineer to the d-ring wore thin and fell through. It was only caught by my backup strap.
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Cheap knockoff of BlackRapid.

https://www.adorama.com/br401013.html
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Yeah, I used a cheap one of these and had a backup by running a nylon strap from the camera (where you normally attach the neck strap) to the d-ring thing on this strap.

Good thing because after ~10 years the rivet that attaches the carabineer to the d-ring wore thin and fell through. It was only caught by my backup strap.
So the cheap one "only" lasted ten years? Lol
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So the cheap one "only" lasted ten years? Lol
Yeah, I'd definitely do that again over the name brand (Black Rapid) because I'd still use a backup strap on the name brand and wouldn't necessarily expect it to last longer.

But I moved to a waist holster so there's less movement when hiking.
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Looks not bad..but if you are slinging anything more than $600 you really shouldn't be using an $8 strap. Get the Peak Design strap if you have $1500+
not really the best example. they did have two failures
https://petapixel.com/2014/09/17/...ographers/
https://www.dpreview.com/news/030...placements
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Looks not bad..but if you are slinging anything more than $600 you really shouldn't be using an $8 strap. Get the Peak Design strap if you have $1500+
I dont get why/how people like the PD. The camera (and anchor/mount) doesnt slide along the strap on the PD. You literally have to move the entire strap with the camera to shooting position (which requires two hands, one on camera and one to prevent the strap from sliding off the shoulder) and now the "shoulder" padding is along your back, which has to be pulled and put back onto your shoulder for when camera returns to the resting/hip position.

IMO, the BR design is 1,000,000x better since the anchor and camera slides up and down on the strap while the shoulder pad stays put. Ask me how I know, I have both. I only bought the PD because it got such great reviews. Looks and quality, the PD is top notch. Functionality? Absolutely abysmal compared to the BR. I've carried 100-400L with an extender on a 5DIV with no issues whatsoever.

Hopefully y'all understand my description of how both designs work. I have no experience with OPs brand.
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Looks not bad..but if you are slinging anything more than $600 you really shouldn't be using an $8 strap. Get the Peak Design strap if you have $1500+
How was your experience? I am the OG Kickstarter supporter. Then the clip / metal spring was faulty. They replaced it. I dropped my camera once but caught the camera. Since then had nightmares about it. How did it behave since then? I had the belt clip and like it more as it is sturdier but since the incident never used that strap
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