M1a Mirrorless Camera Strap in Castor Gray with Fujifilm X-Pro1

With purposeful design, durable mil-spec materials and timeless good looks … the M1a balances form and function like no other mirrorless camera strap.

With purposeful design, durable mil-spec materials and timeless good looks … the M1a balances form and function like no other mirrorless camera strap.

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M1a Mirrorless Camera Strap, Fuji vs. Nikon Size Comparison

Because Your Camera is Small Again

Pro performance is no longer limited to big DSLRs.

If you’ve got a mirrorless camera, and want an instantly adjustable quick-connect strap, you don’t need the bulk of straps designed for heavy DSLRs and lenses.

The Simplr M1a offers big functionality, sized for smaller cameras.

M1a Mirrorless Camera Strap, Goes from Neck Strap to Cross-Body Strap in a Snap. Here attached to Fujifilm X-E2s

Neck Strap to Cross-Body, in Seconds

Using a single slide-adjuster, the M1a Camera Strap quickly goes from 36″–56″.

And with just the right amount of grip, once you adjust it, it stays.

M1a Mirrorless Camera Strap, Comfortable to Hold, attached to Fujifilm X-E2s

Grab a Handful of Camera, Not Hardware

Most camera straps have two sets of adjusters and retainers, located at either end. That’s a lot of hardware (especially if you’ve added quick-disconnects).

Our single adjuster, and integral quick-disconnects mean there are less lumps and bumps, and no metal to scratch your camera.

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Light But Strong

Our materials are similar to what you’d find on state-of-the-art backpacks, where strength-to-weight ratio is critical.

They’re built to last, in our shop, right here in the U.S.

We put its strength to the test here.

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Sometimes the Best Strap is No Strap at All

Even the perfect strap can be a detriment, like when you’re shooting video on a gimbal, using a tripod, or just want to go strapless.

That’s whey we proudly use Op/Tech Mini QD Loops™. They’re tiny, attach via a 1.5mm nylon cord, and have a tensile strength of 44 pounds. Learn more about them here.