Canon EOS 5D, 24-70 f/4 L IS, 50 f/1.2 L, 70-300 f/4-5.6 L IS, 600EX-RT. Sigma 12-24 f/4.5-5.6 EX.
If you see a guy slinging his bag but with the camera strap exposed outside then it may be me..lol. After a shoot, by the time I reach home its all dried up..
got optech, but dun look nice, so changed to matin... then now dun use any straps. prefer using hand grip.
bought a lowepro one, not bad...
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Bought a Optech, comfortable on neck but a pain to tie around your hand.
Martin might be a better choice for both neck and hand.
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i use optech for ages now. good quality but more important, i can change the connectors around for my requirements.
Optech straps (or any neoprane strap) are better due to them being able to relieve some pressure on the contact points, giving an impression of weight reduction.
Also, the pro-loops are handy. I've slung extra connectors to my backpack straps. That way I can use the backpack's straps to handle the weight of the camera instead of using the strap.
look vs practicality...
Crumpler vs Optech
BTW I have crumpler too but I am using Lowepro Voyager C...
Life is like Photography, to improve, you have to keep shooting!
i personally like Matin strap, they feel comfortable,not too bulky.
Optech for me. Useful for many hours shooting. I also remove the strap before storing in dry cabinet.
am using the Kata Reflex C, spongy and comfortable, with pockets for memory cards.
Nikanon D3FXMarkIIIDS-1H with 5000mm f/128 & 0.500mm Macro f/0.4 & 0.70-2000mm f/256