BIRUGEAR Anti-Slip Soft Neoprene SLR Digital Camera Shoulder / Neck Strap for Canon Nikon Samsung Olympus Sony Fujifilm Panasonic Pentax and more – Vintage Multi-Color Reviews

BIRUGEAR Anti-Slip Soft Neoprene SLR Digital Camera Shoulder / Neck Strap for Canon Nikon Samsung Olympus Sony Fujifilm Panasonic Pentax and more – Vintage Multi-Color

BIRUGEAR Anti-Slip Soft Neoprene SLR Digital Camera Shoulder / Neck Strap for Canon Nikon Samsung Olympus Sony Fujifilm Panasonic Pentax and more - Vintage Multi-Color

  • Brand new BIRUGEAR Vintage Multi-Color camera shoulder / neck strap. Easy to attach, Lightweight, Portable and Comforbale for your use
  • The slim design and easy-to-use connection system make this a great strap for your cameras.
  • Great for around the neck and /or over the shoulder use.
  • Compatible with CanonEOS Rebel T6i (EOS 750D), EOS Rebel T6s (EOS 760D), EOS 5DS R, EOS 5DS, EOS 7D Mark II, EOS Rebel T5 (EOS 1200D), EOS 70D, EOS Rebel T5i (EOS 700D), EOS Rebel SL1(EOS 100D), EOS 6D, EOS Rebel T4i (EOS 650D), EOS 60Da, EOS 5D Mark III, EOS-1D X, PowerShot SX40 HS, EOS Rebel T3 (EOS 1100D), EOS Rebel T3i (EOS 600D), EOS 60D, EOS Rebel T2i (EOS 550D), EOS 1D Mark IV, EOS 7D, EOS Rebel T1i (EOS 500D), EOS 1Ds Mark III, EOS 1D Mark III, EOS 5D Mark II, EOS 50D, EOS 40D, EOS Rebel XSi (EOS 450D), EOS Rebel XTi (EOS 400D), EOS Rebel XS (EOS 1000D),

Compatible with:

FujiFilm FinePix S9800, S9900w, S9400W, S9200, S1, S4800 / S4600 / S4700, S6800 / S6600 / S6700, HS50EXR, S4200, S4500, SL300, HS25EXR / HS28EXR, HS30EXR, X-S1, FinePix X100, FinePix S3200, HS20EXR, S4000, FinePix S2950, IS Pro, IS-1, S5 Pro,

Nikon COOLPIX P900, D7200, D810A, L840, P610, D5500, D750, D810, COOLPIX P530, P600, L830, D3300, Df, D5300, D7100, D5200, D600, D3200, D800, D4, D5100, COOLPIX P500, D7000, D3100, D3 S, D300S, D5000, D3000, D3x, D3, D700, D300, D200, D90, D80, D60, D40, D40x, D2Xs, D2Hs,

Olympus SP-100, E-M1, E-M5, E-5, E-P1, E-P2, E-PL1, E-600, E-450, E-620, E-3, E-30, E-520, E-420, EVOLT E-510, EVOLT E-410, EVOLT E-500, EVOLT E-330,

Panasonic DMC-FZ1000, LZ40, G6, GH3, LZ20, FZ60(FZ62), FZ200, G5, HC-X900, G3K, GF3C, FZ150K, GF3, G3, FZ47(FZ48), GH1K-Body-Only, G2K-Body-Only, GH2-Body-Only, GF2K, GF2C, GH2, FZ40(FZ45), FZ100, G10K, G2, GF1K-K, GH1, G1, L10,

Pentax K-3, K-5 II, K-30, K-01, 645D Limited Edition, K-5, 645D, K-5, K-r, K-7, K-x, K2000, K200D, K20D,

Samsung WB1100F, WB2200F, Galaxy NX NX30 NX20 NX10 HZ25W HZ50W GX20 GX10, NX1, Galaxy NX, WB1100F, NX30,

SonyAlpha 7 II, SLT-A77 II, Alpha 7S, DSC-H300, DSC-H400, Cyber-shot DSC-HX400V, RX10, Alpha 7R / A7R, Alpha 7 / A7, SLT-A58, SLT-A99, SLT-A37, A57, SLT-A77, A65, SLT-A35, HX100V, a580, a560, A33, A55, DSLR-A390, DSLR-A290, DCR-SR68, DSLR-A850, DSLR-A550, DSLR-A380, DSLR-A330, DSLR-A230, DSLR-A900, DSLR-A700, DSLR-A350, DSLR-A300, DSLR-A200,

List Price: $ 5.99

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  1. Reply
    Not my real name guy August 2, 2016 at 1:23 am
    29 of 29 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent Strap But Too Short, April 9, 2014
    Not my real name guy (Midwest) –

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    I quickly got tired of the thin factory Lumix strap from my new Panasonic FZ200 cutting into the back of my neck, so I decided to take a risk on this strap in light of the several reviews stating it is too short. For the price of around 8 bucks shipped, I guess I can’t complain because I got it to work, but I can’t imagine why the manufacturer wouldn’t have spent the extra 10 cents and made the nylon strap maybe 3-4″ longer on each side.


    The strap is neoprene on one side (the kind of material that a can cooler is made from) and a soft textured rubber on the other side that provides a good grip on one’s shoulder. The ends of the padded portion of the strap have a vinyl cap about 1.75″ long sewn on that anchors where the nylon strap is attached. Dimensions of the padded portion of the strap (from beginning of nylon strap to beginning of nylon strap), is 20.5″. Each thin, non-padded nylon strap attached to either end of the padded portion of the strap is 14.5″ long and about 3/8″ (actually, exactly 9mm) wide. The nylon straps’ buckles are plastic and could use a bit sharper teeth to prevent the strap from slipping.


    – The strap seems well-made, with reinforced stitching everywhere one might expect it would be needed and I think it will last for years.

    – The strap is comfortable and provides a good amount of cushioning, with no sharp seams or edges that would be annoying on the neck. I think it is wide enough and supportive enough for most amateur photographers with a megazoom P&S camera or typical DSLR and ordinary lenses, but someone sporting a pro-level DSLR with a hefty lens weighing several pounds might want a wider, sturdier strap. Personally, if I was toting around $3000 or more of camera and lens, I’d have a bigger, beefier, more expensive strap, but I think this one would be fine for most amateurs.

    – The strap grips nicely on the soft rubber part

    – The strap is fairly compact for an adequately padded strap. My FZ200 is a fairly close fit in my LowePro bag, and I was worried that a big, bulky strap wouldn’t fit and would poke out of my bag, but this strap doesn’t take up too much room and is a good fit.


    – The big con is that the two nylon straps on either side of the main padded portion of the strap are at least 3″ to 4″ too short to let the camera hang to a normal level (which I’ll say is a few inches above one’s belt buckle) and probably should be 6″ longer. If one left about 3″ of excess strap beyond the buckle, for purposes of security in case it began to slip through the buckle, the straps would be significantly too short and the camera would hang about mid-chest height, maybe 6″ under one’s chin, far too high. Lengthening up the straps to let the camera hang at lower, more typical height will result in too little excess strap hanging out of the buckle to be secure against slippage.

    – The buckle should have teeth in it to keep the strap from slipping, but it does not really have this – there is a ridged area, but I wouldn’t trust it to hold the strap securely without a fair amount of extra strap dangling out the edge of the buckle.


    Great strap except it’s too short – no one wants their camera securely attached but dangling just under their chin, or else hanging at a reasonable level a few inches above one’s belt, but not be secure.

    HOWEVER, there is a reasonable and inexpensive solution: I fed the nylon strap through the buckles so it had maybe 3/4″ sticking out and found that this would let the camera hang at a reasonably low and normal enough position. Then, I took a small safety pin on each side of the strap and pinned the nylon strap back to itself so it couldn’t slip back through the buckle. The safety pin lies pretty flat, isn’t obtrusive or that noticeable, and this fix works so that for the eight or nine bucks I paid for this strap with shipping, it works very well, the way I hoped it would. I wouldn’t trust this strap with my camera without doing something to keep the end of the strap from slipping through the buckle, though. One could knot up the end of the strap or melt it into a blob bigger than the buckle opening, but I think my solution is a better combination of non-permanence and unobtrusiveness.

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    Linda Armstrong August 2, 2016 at 2:02 am
    9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Makes this little camera perfect, February 25, 2014
    Linda Armstrong (Grand Junction, Colorado USA) –

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    I ordered my camera reconditioned and it didn’t include the strap, so I sent for this one. It is perfect. It’s strong, light, and flexible. I don’t have to worry about dropping this little travel treasure anymore.
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    KaysWay August 2, 2016 at 2:04 am
    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Did the job, September 14, 2013

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    My old strap was starting to frey so I wanted to get something inexpensive to replace it. This did the job quite well.
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