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    I use an F100 for street, pretty much, but I don't think I could see myself using a bandoleer style strap. It is just way too restrictive. When I sit down, I like to rest my camera around me. So that rules out the Y-Strap, R-Strap, the BlackRapid, and more...

    Does B&H have the upstrap? I'm going to NYC tomorrow, so I would be able to stop by B&H and try crap. (I'll search B&H right now...)

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    I use a Black Rapid R-Strap for both 35mm and my Mamiya 7. Best strap I've ever owned.

    http://www.blackrapid.com/

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    I use a Ultra leather strap for the Nikons, they may be out of business now. They are cut like the hasselblad contoured strap.

    On the hassy I use the Hasselblad contour strap.

    Koni Omega -- no strap

    Mike

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    I'm fairly sure you can only get the UpStrap from the website-- http://upstrap-pro.com/

    I've never seen it at B&H.
    flickr--http://www.flickr.com/photos/davidagoldfarb/
    Photography (not as up to date as the flickr site)--http://www.davidagoldfarb.com/photo
    Academic (Slavic and Comparative Literature)--http://www.davidagoldfarb.com

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    I only use Gordy's - the wrist strap with the pad.
    It's perfect for me.
    http://www.electricedge.com/gordy_s_...-pad/index.htm

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    New Deluxe Voigtlander Camera Strap, Black high strength fixed length 3/4" rope fabric, reinforced leather on the neck and ends, leather inserts to protect camera body from strap rings, "Voigtlander Germany Since 1786" on leather insert, much nicer than the standard strap. Fits most RF cameras.

    <from Cameraquest website> US$35. I love mine on my M3.

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    On smaller cameras I use something like the Y-strap, only I just go to REI and buy the strap and split rings myself for a total cost of $6. On heavier cameras I use a wide polyerethane strap for the give and comfort. THe nicest one I have I have been using for ages, but the name escapes me right now. It is made in Germany.

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    A non-slip Hassy strap. The only down side is that the only camera I have that it fits is a Kiev 60.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Excalibur2 View Post
    Well I don't care which one I use.........but the one I hate is the bright red one with large "Canon" in white printed.........supplied with AE1 etc cameras at the time.
    I had the same feeling about the EOS straps...until I put it on my Diana...(:

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