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August 23, 2015
I recently ordered and received a “side release camera tail” and a “side release conversion kit” to use with the 1 inch BosStrap that I had purchased a little earlier. I didn’t notice until today that the packing slip had a hand written note from you asking “are you doing some creative configuring with the straps”?”
Well I’m not sure how creative it was, but with some effort and brute force I used the kit to convert a Black Rapid “Cross shot” strap for use with your connectors to my cameras. Doing so removes their quite heavy connectors and I believe considerably limits the the potential for scratching my camera when stored in my camera bags. I’ll probably only use that strap infrequently, but since I already owned it, I decided to take a chance on the conversion.
When I first ordered the [BosStrap] 1 inch strap for use with my Nikon D7100 you expressed some concern that the 1 inch width might not be comfortable with that weight of camera. I explained that the strap was largely going to be used in conjunction with a chest holster as a safety strap and would only be bearing the full weight of the camera and lens for relatively short durations. A couple of weeks ago I did have occasion to walk around for a couple of hours with the only strap and my D7100 and a 70-200 lens and it really wasn’t bad. I’m sure the wider model would have been better, but it was no problem. Maybe the hiking with packs that I do helps a bit.
So far everything is working as expected and it’s no problem to zip shut my Think Tank holster with the D7100 and 80-400 lens plus the 1 inch strap attached.
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