When it comes to camera strap's they are like socks, no matter how many you have they are just not enough. I would have at least 7 individual camera straps lurking in the depths of my bags all with the eager anticipation of being selected to grace a camera for hopefully more than a day or to before being cast back once again to the darkness
There is no denying the Street Strap has been heavily influenced by ARTISAN & ARTIST beautifully crafted ACAM-301 & 306 straps. If you squint you would find it hard to tell them apart. However, if your going to appropriate another brand you would find it hard to find better choice in the market today. As we are informed on A&A's website the ACAM-301 ...
Won the Gold Medal in the ”camera strap” category at the Digital Camera Grand Prix 2012 SUMMER'
... SO THERE ! the image below gives you an idea of the similarities of the two straps. Artisan & Artist offering adorning their name on the end.
Now I originally had the strap joyfully loving my M9-P, which I must say is a nice combo indeed. However I had been using my Fujifilm X100s a lot more so switched it over for a test run for the last couple of months. I am happy to report all is going swimmingly. I really have fallen in love with this strap, and have absolutely no intentions in removing it from my camera
- 46 inch soft round camera strap, soft nylon weave will not irritate your skin
- Fits any camera with side lugs, Leica M series, Olympus and Panasonic Micro 4/3, Fuji X100 and X10 and more
- Wear in several different configurations, around the neck, across the body, on the shoulder
- Can also be used as a wrist strap by wrapping the cord around your hand several times
- This is the round ring version that will fit the smaller lugs such as micro 4/3 and other compact cameras. But will still work perfectly with Leica M cameras or any other cameras with side lugs.
SO 'AWESOME' is my final feelings on this well priced camera strap. Look if you have the $$$ then you will not be disappointed with what A&A have to offer. Street Straps have a greatly priced strap which provides all the benefits of the A&A design at a fraction of the cost. In my books thats a win.
So yes, we here at WECC highly recommend the 'Street Strap' and can honestly say, if you chose to purchase the 'street strap' you and your camera will not be disappointed