Review of the Carry Speed CS-PRO Mark II Professional Camera Sling Strap System
August 4, 2012 -- Straps are something that most consumers and even some professional
photographers take for granted. Each camera comes with a strap, and on
the surface each of these straps do their job - allowing you to
conveniently and more safely hang your camera around your neck, which
takes the weight off your hand & wrist and reduces the risk of the
camera falling to the ground. For most casual shooters this is often all
you'll ever need - but for more serious photographers or professionals
you'll find that these straps are uncomfortable since they force your
neck to support 2 or 3 lbs of camera all day. The number one complaint
that I hear from photographers that shoot weddings is neck and shoulder
pain, and a big reason for this is due to strap design.
The Carry Speed CS-PRO II strap goes well beyond traditional straps as
well as other sling-style straps. Unlike a traditional strap that is
worn around your neck, the CS-PRO II is designed to be worn across your
body in sling bag fashion. This design for a sling strap isn't new.
There are other companies on the market that make premium strap systems
that are worn in the same manner, but one of the key features that set
the Carry Speed CS-PRO II strap apart from the others is the design of
their CS3 mounting plate & ball-head style connecting system.
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