Using a D200 and I have this leather camera strap which fits the palm for better levarage, and also using a Martin neoprene camera strap. So don't know what happened, was just turning around and the whole body + SB-600 smashed to the floor. The SB-600 had its hotshoe seperated from the body.
Usually I'd have my SB-900 on this body, but luckily was doing Live Photos to the projector at Pan Pacific, hence switched the flash around with my other body and have the SB-600 on this.
So guys, need to check your straps. The D200 has a nice eyelet, but apparently still can rub. I checked my other body, wah lau also nearly 1/2 sawn through. This is esp so for those who shoot a lot.
Bo bian, need to buy a SB-900 liao to replace. Luckily this one already used for 1 year and maybe 3 months, usually I go through one flash every 1 years depending on how much I shoot, so this one nearly EOL liao (very rare/intermittent cannot trigger the flash, no response).