One of the things I discovered when I began using the Sony NEX-6 instead of the Canon T3i was that while a neck strap was great with the larger Canon camera, it didn’t work nearly as well with the smaller CSC. At the same time, while I didn’t want to use a neck strap, I also wanted the security of using something with it. After all, the last thing I want to do is drop such a pricey piece of kit. I quickly went in search of a good wrist strap to use with it, and that’s when I stumbled upon the Crumpler Noose Camera Wrist Strap.
As Crumpler explains
Don’t like neck straps? Looking for something compact? Prefer to shoot from the knee? Whatever the reason The Noose will keep your camera firmly attached to your wrist, offering unsurpassed security, without cutting off the circulation. Constructed from ultra-strong polypropylene webbing and neoprene for soft moulded comfort, the Noose has got you covered whatever camera you tote. It even has a pocket for a spare memory card.
Here’s our video look.
The Noose Wrist Strap is made from neoprene that offers cushioning and molds to the contours of one’s wrist. The addition of a memory card pocket securely hidden within the strap is a nice touch!
At $20 purchasing this camera accessory was a no-brainer. Learn more here on the.
What I Like: Simple and effective solution for keeping a good grip on your camera; Hidden SD card slot;
What Needs Improvement: No ability to quickly detach and reconnect it
Source: Personal Purchase