Camera Straps for Mirrorless & Compact Cameras

Combining maximal performance with minimal bulk, Simplr camera straps are uniquely designed for smaller pro-grade cameras.

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Combining maximal performance with minimal bulk, Simplr camera straps are uniquely designed for smaller pro-grade cameras.

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F1 Sling-Style Camera Strap, Gray on Fuji X-Pro2

F1 Sling-Style Camera Strap

Tough, stealthy, and fast — the bomb-proof solution for working photographers that don’t need quick-release. The F1 is available in two mounting options, to fit your camera like a glove.

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M1 Series quick-release mirrorless camera strap neck and wrist strap

M1 Series Camera Straps

Quick-release camera straps with no extra bulk. Built from the ground up for smaller pro-grade cameras, these swappable wrist and neck straps are ready for adventures, near and far.

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Minimalist Styling, Maximal Function

Slim Proportions, Light Weight & Incredible Packability

Fast, Easy One-Slider Length Adjustment

Strength, Durability & Meticulous Made in USA Craftsmanship

30‑Day Returns & Lifetime Warranty

Latest Reviews & Sightings from our Blog

Patrick La Roque’s GF50mmF3.5 R LM WR

Patrick La Roque‘s ability to see the beautiful images living all around us is inspiring, to say the least. Here, he attaches the new GF50mmF3.5 R LM WR to his GFX 50R. Attaching the GFX 50R to Patrick, is our F1 Sling-Style Camera Strap. Maybe a little bit of his talent can be telegraphed to us, just […]

Flemming Bo Jensen’s Rig Rundown on Shotkit.com

Flemming Bo Jensen’s ability to capture the excitement of live concerts is second-to-none. An official Red Bull and Fujifilm X-Photographer, his ability to get “the shot” boils down to experience, timing, skill, passion — and of course, his gear. Want to know what’s in Flemming’s bag? Shotkit just posted a rig rundown with all of […]

A Visual Journey: 7 Years of the XF35mm f/1.4

If you’re aware of Fuji’s team of professional X Photographers, you’re probably acquainted with Charlene Winfred. You might also be familiar with her famously battered Fujinon XF35mmF1.4. It’s been attached to every Fuji she’s ever owned. For as many times as she’s written about her gear and lenses, this will be the first time she’s discussed the […]

Fujicast, a Podcast from Kevin Mullins & Neale James

Fujicast is a Fujifilm and Photography Podcast presented by Neale James and Kevin Mullins. In case you’ve been living under a rock, Neale and Kevin are both incredibly accomplished shooters in multiple disciplines — wedding, street, documentary and video. To hear them talk shop with each other, and with a diverse crew of noteworthy guests, is […]

Hugo Pinho on Minimalism & His Sole Camera for 2019

Hugo Pinho is a talented documentary photographer with an extremely keen eye (check out his amazing images from Angola). As a connoisseur of several camera brands, Hugo’s desire to make his life simpler by paring down his photography gear, was no easy task. In this article, he talks about his camera and lens decision — an Olympus […]

Getting Close with the Fujifilm XF18mm f/2

Charlene Winfred is a talented photographer and capable wordsmith. If you know her work, you’ll know much of it relies on a famously battered Fujinon 35mm f/1.4. In this article at Fujilove.com, Charlene discusses her adjustment to a much wider perspective, namely the Fujinon 18mm f/2. Look closely at that fine looking X-T3 and you’ll […]

Charlene Winfred reviews her Simplr F1 Camera Strap, shown here on the Graphite X-Pro2

Red straps are back (for a little while) and benefit a fantastic cause.

For every limited-edition red F1 sold, we’re donating $5 to Preemptive Love Coalition — providing relief to families fleeing war, and helping refugees rebuild their lives.

Red F1