Toma leather wrist straps - review

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As before I'm very impressed with these Toma products, and they are very well made indeed. Genuine good quality leather, very well put together and very robust.

Whether or not you use wrist straps is obviously personal choice. For small cameras I find them an excellent alternative to a shoulder strap. They are particularly good for hand-held video.

And if you want to keep your camera in a bag for most of the time and use the camera sparingly, then its really easy to disengage from the strap and the camera with added strap takes up very little extra space.

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Everything I've seen so far from the Toma range is actually very classy. You'll note the rather nice GX1 case which I'll be writing about in a later post. This is all genuinely good gear and is relatively inexpensive. There are some other pretty expensive cases and leather accessories out there, but I haven't seen anything to better this selection. Good stuff.

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