Movo NS-10 Rapid Camera Sling Strap with Quick Release Clip and Extra-Wide Padded Neoprene Shoulder Strap
- Extra Wide Neoprene Shoulder Pad
- Can be used on either left side or right side
- Durable polypropylene webbing
- 63″ Long, 1.0″ Wide Strap
- Works with any camera with ¼” tripod mount
Security and Speed
The Movo NS-10 Hip-Length Camera Strap keeps your camera safely at your hip for quick shots. This convenient and simple strap solution is perfect for professional photographers or serious shutterbugs who need to keep their camera secure, while ensuring it’s always available to capture a quick shot. Featuring an extra-long 63″ adjustable sling, the NS-10 is designed to allow your camera to hang comfortably across your torso from either shoulder – positioning your camera at the opposite hip, ensuring that it’s always at hand for spur of the moment shots without ever being in your way.
The NS-10 features three levels of high-quality material. The super-wide, padded shoulder strap is made from micro-pore neoprene foam to maximize comfort. No more aching shoulders! This 4″ wide strap evenly disperses the weight of your camera across the maximum area, ensuring that even long shoots are painless. The strap itself is woven from double-ply polypropylene webbing, rendering it cut and tear-resistant while remaining lightweight. The swivel hook fastener is constructed from stainless steel and finished in black nickel gloss. Features a screw-down carabiner to ensure your camera can be held fast, or be released with a minimum of fuss. Screws into your camera’s ¼”-20 tripod mount, with the addition of a soft rubber washer to provide a tight connection that doesn’t scratch or damage your camera body.
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Photography: Choosing Your DSLR: Finding the Right Camera for Serious Photography Without Spending a Bundle (Shawn M. Tomlinson’s Guide to Photography Book 11)
Photographer and writer Shawn M. Tomlinson, author of the Photo Curmudgeon column and books, explains in detail how to choose a digital single-lens reflex (DSLR) camera. From the boo: “Choosing a camera for a serious photographer — whether a budding amateur, long-time enthusiast, semi-pro or pro — is a serious consideration because it is the main tool of the trade. It is what makes what you do possible. No matter how good the camera, it doesn’t make up for lack of skill, talent or vision. That all has to come from you. What the right camera will do is make it easier and more possible to achieve your photographic vision.” The author covers the basics of buying and working with a DSLR body, illustrating his points with many photos. This is volume 11 of the Shawn M. Tomlinson’s Guide to Photography series.