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PostPosted: Thu Oct 21, 2010 12:39 am 
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thank you for your kind reply,sir.
ok, if it is no more then 30 dollars ok in.
now start saving(in case when it start) !

wait, sorry sir about the airmail packets form UK you mean via my country States mail?

sorry i never buy anything and deliver via mail before :oops:.

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Hi KSK, the item will be posted using airmail from the United Kingdom. This shouldn't pose any problems, but some countries may charge some tax - you'd have to check with your customs - tell them it's for a camera strap.


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@Gordon

that includes international shipping? will leave a link where to buy and such or is it gonna be on one of cameralabs partnership online store?


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Price in $NZ to Auckland?


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Hi everyone, it's too hard for me to work out different prices for shipping to different locations, so the price will be the same regardless of your location.

The payment will also be made in USD, as converted by Paypal. Use www.xe.com as a guide to the current conversion rate. Today, $30 USD would = $40 NZD.

If I do a second run, I'll have a dedicated page for orders with a paypal button to click - it's a very simple ordering process!


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hmm thats true it would be hard to calculate things..

but it should be hard for £ :) hehe..


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This is very late and I am doubtful, but are there any straps left they look very nice. Count me in if there are. If not are you considering doing another batch. Thanks

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Thanks I'll let you know if there's a second run...


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@ Mr. Gordon Laing

thank for your info about the mail. :D
can't wait to hear about news of a second run. :D

cheer :D

P.S sorry for late replay, sir.

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i'm definitely interested in one :)
so now it's just a waiting game :)

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 29, 2010 6:34 am 
Hi Gordon, any chance of the 2nd run being of a different kind of strap? I'd love to have a CL version of my Super Pro strap and maybe it could turn into some kind of "collect them all". :D


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What's a super pro strap? Is it an Optech model? What does it do / have which the current strap doesn't?

Trouble is, each new setup incurs a fee, so I'd be reluctant to start a different one as it would involve more costs I'd need to pass along to the final price.


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PostPosted: Sun Oct 31, 2010 1:25 pm 
Sorry Gordon, I made a mistake with the name. The Super Pro model is for MF cameras, the Pro Loop and Pro Strap have the correct attachment for DSLRs.

Yea, the cost issue is perfectly understandable.

To answer your question anyway, they are all OpTech models. It doesn't have that lining going along the edge of the current CL strap, this makes the edges a bit softer and the strap in general is larger and more stretchy, I think it is more comfortable. It's not a huge difference comfort wise but I thought it might be worth considering if you were in agreement with the advantages.

You can have a look at it here anyway.


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Ah right, I know the model. This was actually the one I was going to sell initially, but then I found the utility strap which I thought was better overall.


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I would be interested, thanks

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