Peak Design Camera Strap and Clip Quick Review

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This is the Peak Design CapturePRO clip

I’ve been eyeing the Peak Design Camera Strap for a few months now, and I at last, I got around to purchasing it. I can certainly say that peak design products are built with quality in mind.

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The base plate attached to the clip.

I typically use this clip on my book bag. It’s probably one of the best accessories I’ve purchased. It holsters my camera perfectly. I love that my hands are free, and if an opportunity for a photo shows itself, I can access it without opening my book bag.

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The Peak Design Camera Strap SL-2.

The SL-2 isn’t the cheapest strap, but it’s pretty comfortable. I would say it’s on the bulky side, so I’d only recommend this to people who are carrying a pretty hefty camera. If you’re using a full frame, you can go for the LITE version instead.

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The strap is padded, fairly wide, and it’s made of a seat belt-like material.

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The adjustment mechanism is clever and easy to tweak.

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The strap comes with a base that’s compatible with the SL-2.

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The actual quick release clip is ergonomic, though it’s a little on the tight side (to ensure a strong connection).

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Very nice microfiber bag that comes along with the strap.

I’m really looking forward to using my Peak Design strap soon. I’ll let you guys know how it goes.