Mod has to be one of my favorite camera accessory design companies. I started with a deluxe padded strap and now I’ve added the Strap Wrap and a Drop In Pouch. I am totally ‘modded’ out.
Drop in Pouches – $27.50
I have to admit, at first I wasn’t sure when I’d use a drop in pouch. I thought they were just for small point and shoot cameras. Then I realized, as comfortable as my Mod strap is, I was getting tired of wearing my camera everywhere. Having a DSLR hanging from your neck for a few hours can really cause discomfort after a while. The Mod Drop In Pouch gives you a safe place to keep your camera while still showing your personal flair. They are lined with plush fabric to guard against bumps and bangs and come in 20 different styles. I recently traveled by air and found yet another use for my Drop In Pouch: lens protection. I didn’t want to carry my large zoom lens in my carry-on bag, but was worried it would be damaged in a checked suitcase. The pouch was the perfect size to completely cover, and protect, my lens in my checked bag. It made the trip with flying colors.
Strap Wraps – $25.95
I’d been eyeing the Strap Wraps for some time when Mod contacted me about a review. I was so eager to take one for a spin because I was constantly having to decide between carrying a bag with pockets – or risking damage to my memory cards, extra battery etc by placing them in my pants pockets. With the Strap Wrap, I have a place for everything and it never gets separated from my camera (much less sat on). The Strap Wrap has two flaps which hold all of your smaller camera accessories and extras. You can also use it to carry cash, your ID or credit cards. It wraps around your camera strap so it’s always right where you need it. No more digging. No more damage. No more heavy bags.
Mod Straps offers over 20 different styles – so no matter how many Mod accessories you purchase, you can match them all to your designer camera strap (choices starting at just $20). And do you see that little star doodad on the front of my lens cap? That is a Cap Saver – it keeps my cap with my camera at all times.