I love my Ricoh GR and so I want to treat with some nice accessories but they most always enhance the user experience of this great little compact. Straps as you know there are a dime in a dozen as I searched and searched I stumbled upon a manufacturer that seemed to be on point with the style and usability factor that I was searching for.
So with that said in comes DSPTCH the makers of this wrist and sling strap that take your Ricoh GR to the next level. First off, I love the braided wrist strap, its very easy to use in the field with a great feeling your camera strap won’t break off as its handled on the field especially through a crowd. A feeling I had with the original strap that comes with the GR. In my opinion, I think Ricoh could’ve done a better job considering the cost of the GR but such is life and compromises had to be made (I suppose).
Thankfully, DSPTCH didn’t compromise at all with this set and I must say I’m quite happy with this choice. I especially love how easy it is to switch from using the wrist strap to the sling strap through their ingenious use of connectors. If you’re looking for a quality wrist and sling strap for your Ricoh GR, then I highly recommend DSPTCH.
I bought the same strap from them for my GR based on your recommendation. Thanks for the great tip! It is a perfect match with excellent handling, comfort and styling for this camera!
Excellent Steve glad you like it! Cheers.
How do you find threading the connectors in to the GR? They seem to be much thicker than the ones on Ricoh straps and are the reason I’m hesitating to buy DSPTCH strap. I’d like to be able to remove them and add them back easily.
I find it relatively easy.
Cant seem to find them for sale on line. Where did you get yours?
GR or stap?
the strap, I’ve had my GR for quite some time.
I got mine straight from DSPTCH I love their stuff.
just found them on-line did not come up on the google search at first.
I linked to their online shop above but here it is http://www.dsptch.com/ cheers!
I’m going to try the sling on my Fuji XE1 as well to see how it rocks it.