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The AN-D3 is a Neck Strap for the D3 D-SLR camera. The strap is wide for comfort; all black with the words Nikon D3 clearly printed in bright yellow.
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Dimensions of the strap

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What are the dimensions of this strap
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The AN-D3 strap for the D3 measures approximately 50 inches long from end to end. The wide part of the strap is approximately 1-3/4 inches wide and the narrow part of the strap is approximately 7/8 inches wide.
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Will that strap fit my d3000

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I had Nikon d3000 send it out for repair they took my strap of return it with an old narrow strap I had wide your strap Nikon d3 how wide is it and will it fit mine
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The AN-D3 strap is only used for the D3. This strap is not compatible with the D3000. The AN-DC3 is compatible with the D3000.
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