Interested in hearing what people find are best straps for carrying a cane a when not buried in a bag. Suggestions appreciated, particularly ones that don't cost a king's ransom.
Also interested, I was thinking of strapping a belt beg to the crossbar for my Lumix but unsure how well it would survive. At least when you carry it, your body acts as a big damper.
Would love to have it readily available though.
The restrap camera sling / strap is good for riding with the camera on body. (There is also a forum discount code somewhere too).
That's what I assume you mean as opposed to strapping it onto the bike?
It looks like Restrap are no longer doing their sling thing unfortunately
I have restrap and mettle, wanna buy?
Definitely interested...how much would you want for them I'd be interested in checking them out in person?
I am in SE6
I'm overdue for a trip down to my brother's who I think you've met, will look to arrange and see if I can tie the two together
oh yes! I am very close to his place :)
I'm using the Peak Design Slide Lite in combination with the fidlock equipped stabilizer from PS bagworks.
Works a charm with my X100V & Really Right Stuff bottom plate.
I’ve been using the Outer Shell one for years and it’s bloody amazing. Has a messenger bag style stability strap that holds the camera in place even when mountain biking.
Vaguely relevant question to this thread, does carrying camera on bikes cause any long term damage in terms of bumps/vibration/shock?
Got both a modern digital and an old 35mm mechanical camera and their lenses in mind
Not sure if any of you guys also insure camera for the off chance of crashes
Wouldn't have thought so. I carry my camera in a padded 'sleeve' in a bar bag and never noticed anything untoward. Can't imagine it gets any more shocks etc than in a car or when slung over my shoulder when walking.
I did once have a crash in the woods at speed, luckily the only thing that broke was the screen protector.
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