miggo

Strap and Wrap - Camera

Reviews (4.1 out of 5 Grommets)

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5

This is great

6/28/2015 by Dawn

Although I still occasionally need my whole camera bag, much of the time I can grab my camera (wrapped in a miggo) and head out the door. I know the camera is protected, I have a comfortable camera strap and more freedom

5

Perfect for Travel

6/25/2015 by Gabrielle

I just used this on a 10 day trip abroad and I thought it was FANTASTIC!!! Camera felt safe hanging across my body and in my travel bag that got tossed around plenty. One (and really, only 1) drawback is that if you are short then it hangs a bit too low. I can imagine on a 5'7" + frame that it would be great. At 5 feet it hung to my thigh :( That's ok.... I kept it in my hand and took far more pictures than I may have otherwise. Great memories of a great trip.

5

Great idea

6/22/2015 by Dale

It took a little bit to set up correctly wit my camera, I have a Pentax camera & am using my 50-200 mm lens, but it is working well now that I figured it out. I will be using it on a trip soon & will see how it does in my backpack & on the plane as a carry on. Overall I like it very much I think I will use my good camera much more because of this little handy item.

5

What I was hoping for.

6/13/2015 by Donna

Besides the protection for my camera, the neck strap is soft and very comfortable on my neck. I was pleasantly surprised at the difference between the original and the miggo strap. Wish I had this on the trip to Europe. Money well spent.

5

Better than bulky cases

6/9/2015 by Lucia

My husband took a little time to figure out how it all worked, but he is looking forward to using it on vacation. It is much easier to pack than his old bag so we will be putting through to the test in August in a wedding in Maine!

4

Great Idea

10/3/2017 by Lynne

I finally figured out how to put the strap on my camera. I have three lenses and the one I use most is the EFS 18-55. I don't know if it is the fabric, but it seems pretty loose on my camera. Am I doing something wrong? It is so loose, I'm afraid to carry it once the camera is in its pouch. Please help!

4

Strap & Wrap Camera Holder

9/8/2015 by Linda

Great product! The only thing I would change is to make the strap adjustable if possible. It is a little long to be comfortable for me.

4

Great for purse!

6/26/2015 by Charlotte

I love it so far and it provides great protection when I carry my camera in my purse. My lens cover is too large for the holder, but I just leave it in the purse.

4

Love this camera strap

6/23/2015 by Lois

Great camera strap. It works well and is comfortable. So nifty that it doubles as protective case. Wish it had a small zippered pocket for batteries or memory card.

4

Impressed

6/22/2015 by Sherry

Fits my full size 70D with 18-135, perfect wrap. Just received, not so sure if I will use it as Cary strap, just a little awkward but I will check it out.

Is everything it says it is. I'm impressed

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The miggo Story

miggo - Protective Camera Strap

Shoot & Wrap

Carry and protect your camera—and leave the bulky camera bag at home—with miggo.

An exciting new idea in camera carriers, miggo is both a camera strap and a padded camera case. Keep your camera around your wrist or neck while shooting, and simply wrap it up in your miggo when you’re done. The durable neoprene and lycra fabric provides cushioning to keep your camera protected.

This camera strap and cover makes a great gift for the amateur photographer or traveler in your life. miggo fits small to mid-sized DSLRs and comes in two different styles. The Strap & Wrap is worn around your neck or
across your body, while the Grip & Wrap has a convenient handle to keep your camera comfortably in your hand. You don’t need to take it off when attaching a tripod, and there’s even a hidden pocket for your lens cap.

miggo Founders Yuval Kemp, Ohad Cohen, and Guy Sprukt worked in the camera industry for years, and knew there had to be an easier way to protect and carry your camera simultaneously. After months of research and development, miggo was born—your camera’s best amigo.
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