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    • The VKO strap feels very comfortable around the wrist. The cotton is soft and thick, so it doesn’t dig into the skin.

      The leather cinch is useful, but it doesn’t work as nicely as it does on my Peak Design Cuff. I can’t complain since it is made of leather instead of aluminum, and that is what I wanted.

      If you have a favorite wrist strap for a compact camera or even a small mirrorless camera, please share it here with us.

    • While I don't use a wrist strap I do use a neck lanyard. I'm also not a professional photographer, I'm a point and shoot type of gal. I take a lot of shots with the hope of capturing something halfway decent and I succeed often, although not top quality. The pics are to share and for my memories.

      I use Rancco Quick Release Phone Neck Strap Lanyard. When I use it for on the fly type photos I can grab the camera and if needed drop it with no issue. If I want to get a little more precise I can quickly disconnect the camera.

    • Most of my photos are taking while riding motorcycles, hiking, and camping. I used to do the same while I snowmobiled however I no longer snowmobile. My camera has to be rugged to live through what I put it through. I use a waterproof camera. To keep the screen from being scratch I use a plastic screen saver designed for phones cut to size. I got mine at the dollar store.

      To make it easier to add the cord to the camera I have used a split ring designed for jewelry making found at Michaels or Hobby Lobby type stores.

      I also add a cord lock so I can adjust the length of the cord.

    • looks like they've changed the design, mine doesn't have that metal buckle, mine is plastic like it was when originally released..the Kickstarter version wonder why they changed it.

      If it had the metal buckle I wouldn't have bought it for the reason you say, potential scratching