M1ultralight

(8 customer reviews)

$42.00

*The M1ultralight has been superseded by the F1ultralight.

Take our incredibly light and packable M1a Mirrorless Camera Strap — make it lighter and more packable (which is no easy task) — and you’ve got the M1ultralight.

This Simplr creation combines the M1a’s feature set with narrower 3/4″ (20mm) webbing and scaled-down hardware.

Inspired by the heavyweight-performance of featherweight-sized cameras like the Fujifilm X100, X-E, Ricoh GR II and Olympus PEN — the M1ultralight gets you pro performance, without compromising your camera’s stealthy proportions.

If you’ve got a tiny pro-quality camera and you’re looking for the equivalent camera strap, there’s literally nothing else like it.

All of our M1-Series Quick-Release Camera Straps use the same connector, so you can swap them effortlessly … neck strap to wrist strap (or back) in seconds.

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Specs

Best for

Small Mirrorless Camera, Micro Four-Thirds Camera, Compact Camera, Point & Shoot Camera

Tensile Strength

44lbs (20kg)

Ideal Load

1.5lbs (.68kg) or less

Connection Style

Quick-Release

Connection

Lug Mount, Flat Mount

Connector(s)

Op/Tech USA Mini QD Loops™ with 1.5mm Nylon Cord

Length

Adjustable from 35"–55" (88.9cm–139.7cm)

Width

.75" (20mm)

Weight

1oz (25g)

Fabrication

Mil-Spec Nylon Webbing, Heavy-Duty Acetal Hardware, UV-Resistant 100% Polyester Thread

Construction

High-Strength Bartack Stitching

Origin

Made in USA from Domestic and Imported Materials

Accessories

Press

Kevin Mullins Discusses his Street Photography Gear

Check out this informative video from the very talented Kevin Mullins, wherein he talks about his typical street photography setup. Attached to Kevin’s Fujifilm X70 (at 12:25) is a Simplr M1ultralight, our uniquely nano-size full-function camera strap.

Customer Reviews

5 out of 5 stars

8 reviews

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Most Recent Reviews

  1. Evelyn

    Lightweight. low-profile. and the material seems sturdy. I prefer the cross-body style and the strap slides easily when I bring the camera up to take a shot. It’s a keeper.

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  2. Robert

    This and the M1 wrist strap are the perfect combo for my Ricoh GRIII.

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  3. Jarvis Chen

    The only straps I use!
    Simplr has been my only straps for all of my photography gear, including my A7III, A6400, Fuji X-T30, and the wrist straps for my Ricoh GR and Fuji X70.

    The sleek profile, quick adjustments, and simplicity are fantastic and you can easily unclasp them and share straps between different cameras, if you choose to. The Quick Release straps are easily replaceable and are durable.

    Simplr has a lifelong customer. Thank you guys! Please keep coming up with new designs!

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  4. Claus Rasmussen

    Perfect fit for my Fuji X100F. Indeed lightweight and packable, yet strong. Easily adjusted from neck strap to shoulder strap and back. I’m very happy!

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  5. Mike Farrell

    Absolutely perfect camera strap for my Fuji XT-2.

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  6. Nigel Shoesmith

    Very pleased with my ultralight for my Fuji X70 – best of all it folds up very small when camera is returned to its case.

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  7. PacNW

    Perfect for my new Fujifilm X100F. Best strap around. Highly recommended.

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  8. Gerard

    Dont get me wrong….I still love my Peak Design Leash but holy s**t this thing has taken lightness and smallness to a whole new level….lighter with smaller connectors….and no metal.

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