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Camera strap design reaches its peak

Posted on Aug 21, 2023

Peak Design has introduced a new Micro Clutch hand strap for mirrorless cameras.

The company reasons that ‘cameras have mostly got smaller, but hands have stayed the same stupid size’. The strap has been manufactured for drop protection and comfort, perfect for street photography, outdoor shooting and extended portrait sessions.

It’s not just any old strap, however. A low-profile, machined aluminium baseplate conceals a hidden attachment, allowing easy access to the camera’s battery. Also included is a removable tripod plate.

Fitting a wide range of mirrorless camera bodies, RRP for the Peak Design Micro Clutch is £65.99.

Originally published in Issue 110 of Photography News.

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