Side Slide Eliminates Strap Tangles

David Campbell
Woodland Hills, CA
December 6, 2015

I have been a national and international birder for many years.
Photography is important for me. It allows me to document the birds and the birding areas that I visit and allow opportunity for further identification and study of the bird. I always carry a camera on my trips either on a strap or in a pocket or fanny pack.
It is my experience that camera straps and binocular harness can become entangled creating missed opportunities for a quick bird photo.
I purchased the BosStrap Side Slide for my Canon SX50 SX camera. It integrates beautifully with the harness that attaches to my Leica 8 x 42 binoculars. It is very comfortable and works seamlessly as I switch from binoculars to the camera. It is my standard strap in the field.
I like the idea of the 1 1/2 inch strap on the Sliding Sling Camera Strap that eliminates the shoulder pad. I find this works the best with my Leica 8 x 32 binoculars that has a single neck strap.
Best of all, I can change straps quickly in the field and reattach the camera with the universal quick release side tail. This allows for the choice of different straps during the day.
You have great products! Keep up the good work!
Best regards,
David Campbell

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Tom Fama

<p>BosStrap Listens. In 2010, BosStrap engineered the first camera strap that really addressed photographers’ needs.</p>