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I have a few DSLR cameras and I have gone through a few straps, buying all sorts of makes. I have found that Canon is one of the best.
So what do I look for in a good strap? Well its got to be comfy so there for well padded and if its fairly thick that also helps. Also it has made out of material that is not going to irritate the skin. But also the strap has to be strong and relitiable. As you don't want a strap to break while in use. Style is a bit of an issue, but not an important one. As long as it does its job without failing then that's the main point, if its stylish its just a bonus. Lucky for me the Canon L 4 Neck strap was quite stylish.
So Is the Canon L 4 Neck Strap any good? Well I have had it for a few months now and using it constantly and There is no sign of wear and tear, its still holding up and strong. Its very comfy to wear and it doesn't irritate the skin. It's a fantastic strap. It has canon written down the strap and it really does look nice.
So what's the Price? Yes the price does look expensive. I picked mine up for £17.99 but the range the RRP is £19.99 you can get this strap from all the good Camera shops including Dixons. This was where I got it from!
This may seem like a waste of money, but if you bought a cheaper one and less well made and it snaps at the wrong moment then that can be a costly mistake. As it will more then likely be the end of your expensive camera. So this item pays for itself. I would recommend this strap, its comfy and reliable two of the main things you should be looking for in a strap.
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