Camera Straps for Mirrorless & Compact Cameras

Better Straps for Smaller Cameras

Experience radical new standards of sleekness, speed and versatility — with straps designed just for mirrorless, rangefinder, M4/3, compact DSLR, and 35mm film cameras. Made in USA.

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Simplr straps are uniquely designed for small, professional-grade cameras.

Simplr F1 Sling Style Camera Straps

F1

The supremely versatile F1 is chosen by event, wedding, and street photographers that prefer to work discretely. Striking the ideal balance of comfort and breathtaking sleekness on most mirrorless, M4/3 or rangefinder cameras (or as a “minimal” strap on larger cameras), it even converts to a capable wrist strap in about 15 seconds.

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Simplr F1ultralight Camera Strap on Fuji X100

F1ultralight

For today’s pint-size powerhouses, there’s no other strap like the F1ultralight. Similar to our F1, with even more feather-weight proportions, it’s tailor-made just for the latest generation of tiny fixed-lens cameras.

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Slim Proportions, Light Weight & Incredible Packability

Fast, Easy One-Slider Length Adjustment

Strength, Durability & Meticulous Made in USA Craftsmanship

Understated Appearance with Minimal Branding

30‑Day Returns & Lifetime Warranty

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Latest Press & Simplr Sightings from our Blog

How do You Photograph the Gig of Your Dreams? with Flemming Bo Jensen

If your specialty is concert photography — 2020 and ’21 have not been your best years ever — until now that is, for one such photographer. Flemming Bo Jensen’s passion for music, and unmatched timing have made him on of the world’s finest live music photographers. When he was asked to photograph Danish band The […]

Now Available at B&H

What can we possibly say about B&H that hasn’t already been said? Simply the greatest camera store on planet Earth. Currently available by special order … soon to be regularly stocked.

Lens Stories: Fujifilm XF33mmF1.4 R LM WR with Charlene Winfred

There’s been a ton of excitement around the new Fujinon 33mm lens — and nobody’s better equipped to give impressions than Charlene Winfred — who’s spent years with the “original” Fujinon XF35mmF1.4 R practically glued to her camera. Alongside the new and old lenses, are some appropriately-matched new and old Simplr straps (Charlene’s been testing our […]