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    Quote Originally Posted by daredevil123 View Post
    Which is why the think tank solution makes much more sense... I have both, and TT's solution is much more graceful. When using Optech, the other way is to keep the neck strap portion handy in a pocket or something.
    You're referring to the Camera Support Straps V2 right? How does it work? I haven't seen many videos explaining how/how well it works...just saw the promotional video only. Is it for carrying around only or can you shoot with your camera attached to the bag? If you can, does it work well for vertical shooting (which is a problem with my Optech sling)?

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    Try google carryspeed.

    The metal mount is already much better than other camera strap out there
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bart Tan View Post
    Try google carryspeed.

    The metal mount is already much better than other camera strap out there
    Ah now I remember.. Carry Speed that is one of the clone brand that adapted the Black Rapid strap that is selling cheaper at Artworkfoto.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brapodam View Post
    You're referring to the Camera Support Straps V2 right? How does it work? I haven't seen many videos explaining how/how well it works...just saw the promotional video only. Is it for carrying around only or can you shoot with your camera attached to the bag? If you can, does it work well for vertical shooting (which is a problem with my Optech sling)?
    http://youtu.be/6dv0YGlsizM

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    Quote Originally Posted by sammy888 View Post
    Ah now I remember.. Carry Speed that is one of the clone brand that adapted the Black Rapid strap that is selling cheaper at Artworkfoto.
    I dont think rapid strap got that metal mount plate. Once screw in n u dont have to check whether its loose, u can still mount it on tripod.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bart Tan View Post
    I dont think rapid strap got that metal mount plate. Once screw in n u dont have to check whether its loose, u can still mount it on tripod.
    They do have that as optional buy but I don't need it. Photos shooting on the tripod, my camera is totally taken off the strap and replace with a camera L-plate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sammy888 View Post

    They do have that as optional buy but I don't need it. Photos shooting on the tripod, my camera is totally taken off the strap and replace with a camera L-plate.
    Come across this. L plate with rapid strap.

    https://www.kickstarter.com/projects...mera-accessory
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    Quote Originally Posted by shark78 View Post
    Come across this. L plate with rapid strap.

    https://www.kickstarter.com/projects...mera-accessory
    That is not an "L" plate at all. heh

    Look at this links to a video for more details on what an L plate is. And why some of us use it to ensure a stable platform between camera and tripod mount and a quick means to changing from portrait to landscape with a minimum need to readjust the composure of a shot.

    http://youtu.be/IqPAZIcqRh4

    http://youtu.be/G4iOxH5vyCo
    Last edited by sammy888; 12th October 2014 at 02:13 AM.
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