Strap & Wrap Camera Holder

By miggo

$49.95 More on the way


These camera straps double as cushiony wraps to keep your camera protected. Pop your miggo-secured small to mid-sized DSLR in a day bag, and leave the bulky camera bag behind. The neck strap version can be worn cross-body while keeping your camera secure.

  • Material: Neoprene, Lycra, nickel-coated steel
  • Care: Remove the screw and hand wash in lukewarm water using a mild soap. Gently scrub with brush or sponge, then drip dry in the shade. Do not machine wash, wring, use starch, tumble dry, iron, use chemical detergents, or wash at high temperatures
  • Includes: miggo Strap & Wrap, multipurpose nickel-coated steel screw, safety cord, 2 year warranty, owner's manual
  • Camera strap that morphs into a compact and protective, padded camera carrier. No need to carry a bulky camera bag anymore
  • Comfortably carry your DSLR camera across your torso. When done shooting, just wrap miggo around your camera and slip it into your personal bag to protect it from scratches and impact
  • Designed for both right and left handed use. Wear the comfortable, padded strap across your body for even weight distribution
  • The multipurpose screw serves as a secure connector to the 0.25" - 20" tripod socket on the camera (can attach to a tripod while miggo is attached)
  • Flexible inner pocket designed to hold your lens cap while camera is in use
  • Compatible with almost all of today’s small to medium DSLR and Bridge (Superzoom) cameras on the market, and a wide range of lenses
  • Suitable for a range of cameras within the parameters of these measurements: Width: 4.75" - 5.5"; Perimeter (around body and lens): 13.75" - 19.5"
  • Camera Measuring Guide
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: 30.7" x 5.1"
  • Weight: 0.68 lb.

27 Reviews (4.1 out of 5 Grommets)

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6/11/2015 by Thomas

It is as good as has been advertised.


Way too long.

10/1/2015 by Janet

I love the concept but trying to use this as a strap is cumbersome. It is way too long for me and there is no way to adjust the length.



8/24/2015 by Joyce

This Miggo was a disappointment--putting the strap on cross-body style was very uncomfortable for my husband. The Miggo with the camera hung too high for him and it was binding across his chest and shoulder. If he had to wear a jacket, it just wouldn't work for him and his comfort. I, on the other hand, didn't like the camera when fastened to the padded end because it just swung back and forth with my body motion when walking and the camera also hung with the lens facing the ground if not wrapped, and if wrapped, I'd always have to unwrap to use the camera again. I prefer the camera lying flat against my sternum or chest in the "ready" position when not actively using the camera.More > < Less



7/20/2015 by Gene

It was to small for my Nikon with a large lens. I need the pro sized product.


not too satisfied

6/25/2015 by Lita

Just does not feel as secure since the camera is facing down. It is also bulkier than my camera bag.

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miggo - Protective Camera Strap

About miggo

Shoot & Wrap

Carry and protect your camera—and leave the bulky camera bag at home—with miggo.

An exciting new idea in camera carriers, miggo is both a camera strap and a padded camera case. Keep your camera around your wrist or neck while shooting, and simply wrap it up in your miggo when you’re done. The durable neoprene and lycra fabric provides cushioning to keep your camera protected.

This camera strap and cover makes a great gift for the amateur photographer or traveler in your life. miggo fits small to mid-sized DSLRs and comes in two different styles. The Strap & Wrap is worn around your neck or across your body, while the Grip & Wrap has a convenient handle to keep your camera comfortably in your hand. You don’t need to take it off when attaching a tripod, and there’s even a hidden pocket for your lens cap.

miggo Founders Yuval Kemp, Ohad Cohen, and Guy Sprukt worked in the camera industry for years, and knew there had to be an easier way to protect and carry your camera simultaneously. After months of research and development, miggo was born—your camera’s best amigo.