The Eddycam 35 mm is a truly unique product, not least due to its material. With a thickness of around 2.4 mm, elk leather is extremely robust yet remarkably supple and soft to the touch – ensuring that even the longest photography excursions can be enjoyed without any hint of discomfort to the neck or shoulder.
The leather used for the Eddycam 35 mm is sourced from Finland, where elks are hunted under strict regulations, predominantly for their meat. The hides are first treated in a Finnish tannery, before the camera straps are then manufactured in a small workshop in Bavaria.
Using ultra-strong specialist thread, the meticulously hand-cut elk leather strips, cow-hide end pieces and connection straps are sown together with five-fold stitching. The strap attaches to the camera with non-scratch, high-grade stainless steel clasps.
The Eddycam 35 mm has been specifically designed for use with the Leica M. It is supplied with a leather protector and triangular seal rings. With a maximum length of 140 cm, the strap can be flexibly adjusted to your individual requirements.
The Eddycam 35 mm is available in four versions, with variations on the leather used for the reverse side, and the colour of the seam.
For further details please visit the LFI Shop.