Did you know that you can basically take any household item and create something new from it? The age old motto of never throwing anything out resonates in my mind when I think of this new product we were introduced to–Lens Loop. Lens Loop was created by Vadim as he realized that he was going on a week long trip and did not have a camera strap for his camera. He cut seatbelt webbing from an old Chevy in a junkyard and started experimenting with the various hardware options he could piece together from the backpacks and messenger bags that he had around the house.
After some time, he finally had a very comfortable and durable strap for his camera. Just when he thought he was done making them, his friends began asking him to make the straps for them as well–thus Lens Loop was born.
When I first received the camera strap provided by Lens Loop, I wasn’t quite sure how it was going to work with my camera. I figured it must only be for large, professional sized cameras because the clasp is pretty large, but I was wrong. There’s a nifty attachment that allows you to connect the strap to the same place you would attach a tripod.
Once connected, the Lens Loop strap became my camera’s best friend. After using this strap for the last couple of weeks, it must be said that I will never go back to using the thin, weak strap that came with my camera. The Lens Loop strap is extremely well made, attractive, and very comfortable. It allows me to wear my camera hands-free. I no longer have to worry about my children, or anyone else for that matter, grabbing at my camera and snapping the strap.
I love my camera and would hate for something to happen to it just because I had a flimsy strap. Now that I have the Lens Loop camera strap, all of my worries are gone. I highly recommend using this perfectly created camera strap. One of the great things about this product is that it’s made in the United States! I buy American whenever I possibly can. Doesn’t everyone?
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One winner is going to receive a Lens Loop Camera Strap in their choice of color as well as a $50 gift code to use with Mpix Photo sharing software. To enter the giveaway, simply leave a comment answering the question, “How would this camera strap help out with your camera?”
This giveaway will end on December 15, 2011 at midnight ET and a winner will be chosen at random and announced on Sunday in the weekly Around The Blogosphere. Please see our site’s terms and conditions for more information.
Disclosure: I was sent a Lens Loop Camera strap to review. All opinions are my own.
This post is written by Jenn Padgett.