I found rangefinder style cameras after feeling like a tourist in my own city with a DSLR. I started making straps because I wanted something discrete and high quality. I sell them because it has become a way to connect with people that appreciate a lot of the same things I do. that started mcmurray and blonde
Flappy, floppy guitar straps made of low qualify leather with basket weave adjustment. Can't someone just make a simple, high quality piece of leather to keep my guitar off the ground? Yes.
Big fan of this camera strap! It's so nice to finally see someone make a well designed and thought out camera strap. I use it for my Bronica ETRS and it works/feels great. The 50" length is perfect if you want to have it across your chest and still be able to shoot with it. It's obvious the craftsmanship that went into this. Really nice looking leather and the fact that you can change this strap to another camera easily is awesome. Shipping was super fast which is always nice too. Highly recommend!
This strap just makes me want to shoot. It's creamy soft and a delight to behold. Great work, McMurrayAndBlonde!
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— John Doe
As much as I possibly can, I use solid brass hardware. Specifically, all belts, key chains, and camera straps have solid hardware.
Inexpensive hardware tends to be made out of aluminum and zinc. Solid brass (and stainless steel) are both heavier and more durable materials. Solid brass also has a natural wear and patina process, unlike stainless steel.