Equipment Review – The Best and Most Comfortable Binocular Strap

A quick review of my favourite new piece of gear…

Check it out at – http://www.s4gear.com/pages/products/lockdown.php

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Glenn Bartley is a professional nature photographer who focuses on photographing birds in their natural habitat. He resides in Victoria, British Columbia on Canada’s West Coast.

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Glenn also leads instructional photo workshops to exciting destinations around the world including:

– Peru
– Vancouver Island, Canada
– Ecuador
– Costa Rica
– Churchill, Canada

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Glenn uses Canon Equipment including:

– Canon 7D Digital Camera Body
– Canon 600mm f/4
– Canon 400mm f/5.6
– Canon 300mm f/4
– Canon 580EX Flash

To see a full list of Glenn’s equipment visit – http://www.glennbartley.com/naturephotography/articles/gear.htm

Comments

wzukr says:

Seems to be what I´m looking for! I´m so tired of the bouncing of my Steiner Nighthunter Xtreme 8×56.The only question is would it fit into that “case”? http://www.steiner.de/fernglaeser/nighthunter-xtreme-8×56

Bryan Hix says:

Thanks Glenn, glad I watched this one.  Was just complaining about my strap the other day.

grafix_Hero says:

Nice tip. Thank’s Glenn.

Jody de Bruyn says:

Hi Glenn, thanks for the review. I see you posted this video July 2015. Do you still use this strap? Have you found any niggles with it? I see they have 2 models LockDown & LockDownX. Which one do you use?

Gerard Nfld says:

Glenn do you have to buy binoculars with attachments on the side? Should the binoculars have side clasps?

Stephen Likes Tools says:

Looks worth the price to me. Also adds a twist for us DIY types. Thanks.

gblan says:

That looks like the S4 for compact binoculars. There is a bigger one for 10x42s that fits a helluva lot better.

SLLYT says:

I was impressed enough by Glenn’s review that I bought an S4 Bino Strap XL for my Canon 10 x 42 L IS binoculars, which barely fit the harness. The harness seems cheap and flimsy. I’m still looking for the perfect harness.

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