Keith Foss


Keith Foss, Depew, NY
January 14, 2015

I have been an active photo shooter for over 40 years. In addition to working in a local camera store for over 13 years , I am a frequent lecturer/presenter at various camera clubs and have headed up several  extended photo trips.  Through this time I have been exposed to and had the opportunity to use various types and items of photographic gear.   I use gear which does what it should to make my photography easier and more enjoyable. Simple elegance in design is vital to this end. Quality build standards is essential. Straight forward use completes the package.

The BosStrap which I have been able to use for four photo shoots recently, COMPLETELY fits the bill! The G3LT went quickly and securely onto my Olympus OM-D EM-1. My camera was always ready at my side. No bouncing around, safe and secure on my hip. At no time  was I worried or concerned for the safety of either body or lens. Through several portrait sessions and amid the turbulence of an event shoot the G3LT performed flawlessly and really helped me to concentrate on the various shoots. The strap felt solid during the install with metal mounting hardware. I really liked having the tripod mount available while the BosStrap was attached to the camera.  Some competing straps use the tripod mounting point, so the photographer needs to choose neck style strap or tripod use for the camera. Also, the strap was extremely comfortable ‘right from the hop’, no break- in period needed and I was used to the strap nearly immediately. Remarkable! A great strap! Whilst I am not one to write gushing product reviews, the BosStrap, certainly merits the highest of marks, and this extremely positive review. I am looking forward to permanently mounting a G3LT onto each of my M-1 bodies!

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Keith Foss

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Tom Fama

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