1905-CON-100

Camera Strap

By iMo

$29

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Put some personality in your camera with iMo, the retro camera strap. The patterns make a fun fashion statement, and the strap is well constructed with a neoprene backing for comfort, leather details, and quick release buckles.

  • Materials: Knitted fabric, neoprene, leather, brown webbings, and buckles
  • Care: Hand wash for middle part of the strap
  • Padded with neoprene to wick sweat and dry quickly, and also for comfort
  • Quick release buckles enable users to take off the main strap when using a tripod
  • Please note the leather color at the ends of the strap may vary
  • Designed for DSLR cameras
  • Adjustable length from 44-54 inches
  • Tested to hold over 90 lbs.
  • Designed in Hong Kong
  • Handmade in China
  • Dimensions: Strap: 28" x 1.6" with 13" nylon webbing on each end
  • Weight: 0.27 lb.

20 Reviews (4.9 out of 5 Grommets)

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5

Great strap

10/1/2015 by John

Colorful and well built. If only it made my pictures look as good.

5

So Far, So Good

9/30/2015 by Gary

I received the Blueie Camera Strap a couple of weeks ago. It has a good, strong feel to it. The neoprene is certainly a nice touch for when you are carrying the camera around your neck for extended periods of time. The retro-look is pretty cool, too. It's only been a couple of weeks, but so far, so good!More > < Less

5

A GREAT Strap

9/29/2015 by Chuck

I bought two of these. This one and the "Blueie". Both are very well made good looking straps. The materials and workmanship are among the best I have seen in a camera strap and I have been doing photography for several decades. One feature that was not made obvious in the online description and images of these straps is that of the detachable part of the strap. Like many straps this one has the nylon part that actually attaches to the camera and then the long wide webbed part that actually rides on your neck and shoulders. This strap is different in that the clips are male on one side and female on the other. The result is that instead of just having two dangling bits of nylon when the web is removed you can clip the two Nylon sections together and have a short hand/wrist strap. This is a fine point that has been missed by other strap makers. I expect to get many years of comfortable use out of these straps.More > < Less

5

A Great Strap!

9/29/2015 by Chuck

I bought two of these. This one and the "him". Both are very well made good looking straps. The materials and workmanship are among the best I have seen in a camera strap and I have been doing photography for several decades. One feature that was not made obvious in the online description and images of these straps is that of the detachable part of the strap. Like many straps this one has the nylon part that actually attaches to the camera and then the long wide webbed part that actually rides on your neck and shoulders. This strap is different in that the clips are male on one side and female on the other. The result is that instead of just having two dangling bits of nylon when the web is removed you can clip the two Nylon sections together and have a short hand/wrist strap. This is a fine point that has been missed by other strap makers. I expect to get many years of comfortable use out of these straps.More > < Less

3

Lovely strap

10/3/2015 by Marti

The strap itself is wonderful - if it works for you I think you'll love it! The blue is darker than pictured - which was good as I was worried it would be too bright for my "conservative" husband. I was very disappointed that even after asking about the width of the strap (where the strap attaches to the camera) that it was too large, and I had to return the strap.More > < Less

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About iMo

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iMo camera straps blend fun with function by adding some personality to your camera.

iMo’s retro camera straps have a textured woven feel, and the backing is made of neoprene that provides lightweight padding. At the ends, leather detailing adds some sophistication.

Founder Bo-bo Chong Po King started iMo—which stands for In My Opinion—when she decided to take more control of her life. She went on holiday, started taking lots of pictures, and wanted a better camera strap. So she made one.

Inspired by straps from 1970s film cameras, Bo-bo decided to create a smart, trendy strap that was well constructed with high-quality materials.

You say you’re a serious photographer who uses extra lenses? No worries at all. iMo straps hold up to 90 pounds. Even the packaging shows that this is a playful company with an eye for design. These straps would make a great gift for your favorite photographer.

With a quirky camera strap from iMo, any camera becomes much more photogenic.