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BlackRapid Yeti Double sangle coulissante pour appareil photo

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  • BlackRapid RS2DC-1AL. convient pour: Caméra Numérique
  • Couleur: Noir
  • Matériel: Polyester. Longueur (max): 160 cm

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Descriptif technique
MarqueBlack Rapid
Couleurnoir
ModèleRS2DC-1AL
  
Informations complémentaires
Dimensions du produit (L x l x h)160 x 10,9 x 1 cm
Moyenne des commentaires client 5.0 étoiles sur 5 2 commentaires client
Numéro du modèle de l'articleRS2DC-1AL
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Date de mise en ligne sur Amazon.fr15 avril 2013
  
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Otras características:
Couleur: Noir
Longueur (max): 160 cm
Matériel: Polyester
Nombre de points de connexion: 2
convient pour: Caméra Numérique


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M'a rendu de bon services pendant un mariage, même avec un 5dmk2+70-200 2.8+flash et un 5dmk2+50 1.4.
je n'aurait pas tenu la journée sans ça
un conseil : mettre la sangle supplémentaire sous le bras pour que tout reste bien en place tout le temps !
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Agréable à porter. Avec juste un D7000+grip et un 150-500, bah on sent rien du tout, c'est une merveille ! Avec un un deuxième boitier, D90+grip et un 150 Macro, ca pèse un peu sur l'épaule, mais c'est toujours aussi pratique !
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Amazon.com: 4.7 étoiles sur 5 55 commentaires
11 internautes sur 11 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Great strap, but make SURE to buy it with the Tether Kit!! 17 septembre 2015
Par Carolyn Scott - Publié sur Amazon.com
This is a wonderful, comfortable strap. For a while, I believed all my camera strap woes to be solved! It is amazingly easy to access, and I liked that it was made from a durable synthetic material. But! I have one very, very large warning. I'm a wedding photographer, and one evening during the reception I took off the strap to do something, and then put the strap back on. Sometime during that process, the screws seem to have unscrewed themselves from the tripod hole. When I put the strap back on and started walking, my entire camera fell off the strap, landed on my external flash, which when broke into pieces off the hotshoe, etc, wires everywhere, little pieces under the cake table. I had insurance on the flash, but it still ended up costing me $250 to fix.

I gave up on the strap shortly after that. Then, several months later, having found nothing better to replace it, I did a last ditch effort and tried to research a tether system which BlackRapid did not have at the time my flash broke. Low and behold, they DO have one now! This means that the tether attaches from the metal bit where a normal camera strap would attach to the carabiner of the Yeti, so if the screws come unscrewed while you're walking or working, the camera can't fall to the ground and smash itself. YAY!

I purchased the tether kit and am super happy with it, and now I don't have any more problems. So my advice would be to definitely buy the Yeti, it's fantastic, but BE SURE TO BUY THE TETHER KIT WITH IT, NO MATTER WHAT, to save yourself from having your camera break. :)
7 internautes sur 7 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
4.0 étoiles sur 5 a convenient lightweight camera strap 2 juillet 2013
Par Brent - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This Black Rapid Yeti dual strap seems to be pretty good quality and well made. It was pretty adjustable and so my cameras were conveniently accessible where I wanted them, and the one-shoulder design worked fine for me -- I didn't have much of discomfort after a full day of use, certainly the strap and shoulder pad quality was very nice (and connector quality/robustness, too). Could be the full two-shoulder type would have been better, but I'd thought I wanted this smaller, thinner version and basically I'm quite satisfied I got this one -- I'd still get this same one again. I would have been a lot happier if the little connectors that attach to the camera would just fit onto a standard Arca-Swiss type plate instead of requiring me to remove the plate to attach the camera to the Yeti strap. But, maybe it's just me, maybe this doesn't matter to anyone else.
5 internautes sur 5 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 A fantastic design from BlackRapid. 13 mars 2014
Par N. Pham - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I've used the RS-Sport, but then sold that to get the RS-Sport 2 (Slim). That was a somewhat regrettable decision, because I missed the secure feeling of a larger shoulder pad. However, I was able to wear a jacket on the outside of the Sport 2 without looking like I have lopsided shoulders. I revisited the BlackRapid website some time later just to see what new products they might have and I saw the Yeti strap. Sold the Sport 2 and I haven't looked back since.

The Yeti is a perfectly versatile system. It is very easy to switch between a single camera strap to a dual camera strap. You can look on Youtube for some videos with user demonstrations and reviews.

As a single strap, it feels exactly as how I remembered about the RS-Sport original, except that I remember the Sport shoulder pad was bulkier. I'm not certain about this. I have no complaints about the size or bulkiness of the Yeti. BlackRapid provides you with the under arm strap which effectively converts the dual system into a single-camera sport system.

As a double strap, I find that the weight is well balanced and distributed. There's plenty of length on the straps. As a 5'7", 165lbs, male, I think the Yeti is very comfortable. Some reviews have said that it's more comfortable for a smaller camera to be carried by the secondary strap (the one that's not opposite the shoulder), but I find carrying two DSLRs not to be a problem. I use a Canon 5D mkII and a Canon 5D mkIII. Usually, the primary strap will carry the body with the 70-200, which is the largest lens that I own.

As with any BlackRapid strap I've had, I safety pin the straps so that the lengths of the straps remain adjusted as I like them. Everything about the Yeti works how all other Blackrapid Straps work.

To me, the design is so simple and so obvious and so convenient that I don't know why other slingstrap makers haven't created similar convertible straps.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 BlackRapid Yeti, the Rolls Royce of camera straps? 21 juin 2015
Par Eolake - Publié sur Amazon.com
Camera straps are one of those things which have hardly changed since the birth of cameras. It's just a simple strap which goes up to your shoulder. Okay, now they are wider and made of ballistic nylon, and long ago they were leather. I have a pre-war Rolleiflex double-lens reflex camera with its original strap, it's leather and I can't believe how narrow it is (and how worn). Must be around a centimeter, under half an inch. But the camera is clearly very used indeed, so it seems the strap has held for over half a century.

About seven years ago, I found a one-man company who made a strap called the Y-strap. Unfortunately he has since closed shop. The brilliance of that strap was mostly in the simple idea that you put in on the shoulder opposite the camera, so it wouldn't slide off, and secondly that the camera was mounted in such a way that it would slide on the strap, so in less than a second you could grab it down by your hip and swing it up and fire.

This excellent idea has fortunately been continued by a bigger company called BlackRapid. They make several models (admittedly some of them seem to push the raîson d'etre thing a little), and they are all based on the same idea as the Y-strap. But they have added several features, most importantly a big, comfy stretch of padding which rests on your shoulder, so even with a heavy camera and long hours, the risk of discomfort is minimized.

I've bought two: the Yeti, which can carry one or two cameras (one on each side of the body), and the Metro, which is the "compact model" for minimal space use when traveling. I am just trying out the Metro (which of course has the smallest shoulder pad), and even with my heaviest camera and heaviest lens, it feels very comfortable. Of course I can't yet vouch for how it will feel carrying it for five hours, but I can say that it does not at all feel like I'm carrying the heaviest gear I have. And that's just with the most compact strap, so that induces trust.

I found out about this strap from a video on Luminous landscape, and it was mentioned that many of the photographers on their long-range camera expedition were using BlackRapid straps, so clearly the word-of-mouth recommendations are strong.

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Note: BlackRapid likes to mount the strap via the tripod thread. But if it fits you better, you can also use either side strap mount, though you may have to use a keyring-ring as go-between.
Note 2: Some Amazon reviews complain about the prices, but I think those are people who haven't tried them yet. The Metro I think has a quite fair price ($39). The Yeti costs quite a lot more ($99), but when you pack it out: man, it's impressive. That is solid gear, I think you really get a lot for your money. (Of course it's about equivalent of two good straps, plus extras to secure it around the shoulder, I guess in case you're photographing from a plane doing stunts...)
Also the steel bits are kewl. They seem like they could lift a car (I wouldn't be surprised), and they are even nice to look at, with semi-black anodization (similar to Apple's "Space Grey").
3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Daughter picked it - daughter loves it. 22 avril 2013
Par J - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Great design, quality materials used. My daughter is tall [~6'] & slender. She chose the larger model and it fits her well. It gives the extra footprint on the should to disperse weight, but it not too big for her chest and back. She would recommend.
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