When I first got a DSLR camera I was so excited to make myself a camera strap cover. I had seen so many tutorials and etsy finds, and totally thought I could make one. I am not a talented seamstress, but can hold my own in the basic projects. Sadly, my DIY camera strap kind of sucked. The fabric wasn’t that soft – so it wasn’t something I wanted hanging around my neck for an extended period of time. And for the price of that baby, I wanted it protected. Wearing it on my neck is an essential safety habit. The fit was a bit tricky. It seemed to be a bit too tight, it was hard to get on, etc. I quickly gave up hopes of having a cute camera strap and settled for the generic Canon strap.
Enter Phat Straps Camera Straps. I first saw them in the Canon e-store and fell in love. They have adorable patterns and colors, just like what I saw online, but with the trust and convenience from an online store I knew. The prices are amazing and they are comfortable. Love, love. I got the reversible lattice chevy and I love it.
The Phat Straps Camera Straps meet all of my picky requirements:
- it is comfortable
- it is cute
- it is secure – its a new strap not a cover, so its very solid and secure. Your camera isn’t going anywhere.
- it is affordable
Why am I telling you all this? Not only do I love to share great finds and great deals, I am giving away a Phat Straps camera strap to one of my readers! If you already follow me on any social media channel you are able to enter. Good luck! I will draw a winner next Sunday night!