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bwana
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« on: March 03, 2013, 09:31:17 PM »
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I rarely use a shoulder strap since I usually have a couple of bodies and lenses in a bag. A small wrist strap makes it much more convenient to grab and hold the camera. Here is how I converted my shoulder strap into two free wrist straps.

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« Reply #1 on: March 14, 2013, 12:49:34 PM »
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I rarely use a shoulder strap since I usually have a couple of bodies and lenses in a bag. A small wrist strap makes it much more convenient to grab and hold the camera. Here is how I converted my shoulder strap into two free wrist straps.



Hello,

The wrist strap idea is great if your looking to free up your hands or add a level of security etc. My only concern with that make-up is that it was not designed to be a wrist strap compared to a full neck strap. Good on you for making that though. Great idea.

On a different note, have you ever heard of Black Rapid Straps? They are great straps for holding your camera safely and securely because they are designed for that purpose solely.  http://www.blackrapid.com/products

Just some food for thought.. Smiley

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