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    Quote Originally Posted by kei1309 View Post
    this one seems comfortable

    I can haz pushup camera sling strap
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    Quote Originally Posted by eys123 View Post
    okay sounds cool! rifle sling! ill give it a go
    This is how the connecting strap looks like.


    If you see the ring, that's where the strap is hooked onto. *Currently I'm attaching it to my L plate.*

    I've been using it for almost a year. The part that is attached to the L plate does not seem to show any signs of weakening or wearing out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SkyStrike View Post
    This is how the connecting strap looks like.


    If you see the ring, that's where the strap is hooked onto. *Currently I'm attaching it to my L plate.*

    I've been using it for almost a year. The part that is attached to the L plate does not seem to show any signs of weakening or wearing out.
    woah! so tempting! thinking of it! lol! if i wanna hook it to a lens i need to unscrew it and place the plate at there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by eys123 View Post
    woah! so tempting! thinking of it! lol! if i wanna hook it to a lens i need to unscrew it and place the plate at there?
    Technically yes you can do that by attaching the plate to the lens tripod mount and the other end to the camera. But I've not tried it myself since it seems extremely troublesome when I have to change lens.

    Just to clarify some parts... In the above picture I've posted, this is the Camdapter SlingStrap Pro (the one with handstrap). The non-pro SlingStrap version does not have the handstrap.

    If using without the handstrap, you will have to attach it like below.

    And I guess that if you are attaching it to the lens, this is how you will be attaching to it. The wear and tear from above comes from the time when I have to use satay sticks to push the strap thru the tiny space between the bar and the plate. This too, I've not seen too much wear since then.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SkyStrike View Post
    Technically yes you can do that by attaching the plate to the lens tripod mount and the other end to the camera. But I've not tried it myself since it seems extremely troublesome when I have to change lens.

    Just to clarify some parts... In the above picture I've posted, this is the Camdapter SlingStrap Pro (the one with handstrap). The non-pro SlingStrap version does not have the handstrap.

    If using without the handstrap, you will have to attach it like below.

    And I guess that if you are attaching it to the lens, this is how you will be attaching to it. The wear and tear from above comes from the time when I have to use satay sticks to push the strap thru the tiny space between the bar and the plate. This too, I've not seen too much wear since then.
    okay thanks for the info will go and take a look at it this week

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    crumpler disgrace for $30 is good.. comfortable..

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