Anchor Camera Strap w/ Peak Design AL
As a former wedding photographer, I was always on the hunt for classy yet functional camera gear. Most of the innovative straps out there were either too bulky or made from materials I didn’t care for. So I decided to develop a camera strap I liked using from reliable materials and aimed to match both the legacy and modern shooter’s needs. Each strap starts with high-quality full-grain leather, which is tanned in the USA. We use leathers with a medium temper that ensures comfort on first use with a “broken-in” feel. Both traditional Film SLR or DSLR cameras from Canon or Nikon work great with this strap, as well as any Leica, Fujifilm, Sony mirrorless cameras.
Peak Design Anchors For this camera strap we're using hardware from Peak Design, who has a long history in innovative quick-release products. This is a great choice for someone interested in other Peak Design products, or someone already invested in their ecosystem.
• Designed to mount to most camera systems
• High-quality Full-grain Leather
• Peak Design Anchor Links
Thanks Todd for superb customer service for my order. The strap looks awesome on my Leica Q2.
Great to hear, Walter, thanks for the support and for the chance to fix the mistake I made!
I recently got the Anchor Strap. Let me say, genuinely impressed by the quality. Well made and very comfortable! I received so many compliments when I rocked it with my Fujifilm XT3 at a recent wedding! Fantastic product and brand, would highly recommend!!
Thanks so much, David! Love the image, thanks for sharing!
My overall experience was fantastic. Todd was super responsive, he has excellent customer service, and the craftsmen ship on my camera strap is amazing! This is my first leather camera strap and im ready to rock it for years to come. Thanks!
I use the strap mostly on my M3, but love the fact that it can be used on any of my cameras via the peak design anchor links. The leather is very soft, the built quality superb, the strap is comfortable to wear and last but not least looks awesome.
Thanks so much for sharing, Daniel! -Todd