Wednesday, November 20, 2013

The Joby Convertible Neck Strap

I hate neck straps. I disdain it with a fashion. I don't like that it strains the neck, is bulky and takes some time to put on and take off.

But, when Joby released the Convertible Neck Strap, I just had to try it out...

This is a very light, very slim neck strap. You can easily put it on or take it off your camera - for me, this is its best feature! It has three modes - you can change how the strap functions depending on your needs.

But a video of its modes is the best way to show how the strap works...

This strap is the only strap I can't hate.

This Joby Convertible Neck Strap is Highly Recommended!

So get yours here:


Special thanks to the wife, @reina_reyes, who served as my videographer.

Special thanks go to Emily Voigtlander. Good luck on your new endeavor. Special thanks to Joby, Inc for providing the strap.

Gear used to make this post:

-- Canon Powershot G15 (Reviews Part 1 and Part 2)

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