Foto Strap Review

 

The Deets

  • 100% genuine leather and canvas fabric camera strap
  • Ergonomic shoulder pad with non slip padding (monogramming is available for just $8)
  • Brass hardware – holds up to 40 lbs
  • Black color
  • Total adjustable length: 46.5″ to 49.5″
  • Length of decorative portion of the strap: 32.5″
  • Width of camera strap:1.5″
  • Width of attachment strap that fits into camera body: 7/16″
  • Shoulder pad: 8″L x 2.5″W

 

The Review

When I started getting more into film this past year I knew I wanted a different camera strap than one meant for pure utility.  I wanted one that had a more aesthetically pleasing look but was quality and functional.  I stumbled upon the Fotostrap and fell in love.  For me, when I think about film I just have images of matted portraits, leather albums and all things with a classic feel.  I found that in this strap.  It is a simple around the neck shape but has the durability and aesthetic feel.

I wouldn’t necessarily recommend the strap for long time use (such as shooting a wedding) but it is great for portrait sessions – I especially love strapping these on for film and beauty (glamour, boudoir) sessions.

I think my even favorite part, aside from the quality product, is the that they give back 10% to Fotolanthropy, a nonproft that captures and shares inspiring ture stories of people who have overcome adversity through photography and film.

 

The Pictures

 

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Learn more about Fotostrap here

 

Note

Fotostrap has not sponsored this post.  This is just a review from an interested individual wanting to share 🙂







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