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8 hours ago, The Blinking Eye said:

 

Really good point about the buckle on the Bushwick. I don't like it either.

 

Given the good sale price, though, one could probably learn to live with the buckle.

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On 30/07/2020 at 02:15, Cal said:

 

There's a pic I still need to upload (it might require me to apply for archive as it's an older film scan) that illustrates well how pros are adept at carrying seemingly endless amounts of kit. It was taken at a pride march and shows a photographer wielding what looks like a Canon 1D while another is strapped around his body. The one he's shooting has a 70-200 or similar, the other either a 16-35 or 24-70. Then he has a couple of bags on him which don't look light, and he was only a small guy. He also had a bizarre way of operating the camera, it looked like he was firing the shutter with his ring finger and using his index to twiddle the settings knob on the back.

 

Check out this double sling outfit for the "camera over each shoulder crowd"~!!! https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/759985-REG/OP_TECH_USA_6501082_Double_Sling_Black.html?ap=y&smp=y

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2 hours ago, The Blinking Eye said:

 

Check out this double sling outfit for the "camera over each shoulder crowd"~!!! https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/759985-REG/OP_TECH_USA_6501082_Double_Sling_Black.html?ap=y&smp=y

 

Hi, I have one of these and I like it.  However I've only used it when I feel safe with a lot of stuff on display.

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2 hours ago, The Blinking Eye said:

 

Check out this double sling outfit for the "camera over each shoulder crowd"~!!! https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/759985-REG/OP_TECH_USA_6501082_Double_Sling_Black.html?ap=y&smp=y

This is what I use at weddings, and sometimes at other events depending on the situation.

Really useful for having short zoom on one and long on the other.

Phil

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4 hours ago, The Blinking Eye said:

 

Check out this double sling outfit for the "camera over each shoulder crowd"~!!! https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/759985-REG/OP_TECH_USA_6501082_Double_Sling_Black.html?ap=y&smp=y

 

Cotton Carrier has a lot of solutions similar to this one... https://www.cottoncarrier.com/pages/slingbelt. I've used one that holds one camera on the hip. This was on wildlife trips. I don't like to change lenses and I could be using my 80-400 on a tripod and have my 18-300 on my other camera on my hip. I have teeny shoulders and big hips so it worked for me to not have something hanging on my shoulder.

 

Paulette

 

 

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13 hours ago, NYCat said:

 

Cotton Carrier has a lot of solutions similar to this one... https://www.cottoncarrier.com/pages/slingbelt. I've used one that holds one camera on the hip. This was on wildlife trips. I don't like to change lenses and I could be using my 80-400 on a tripod and have my 18-300 on my other camera on my hip. I have teeny shoulders and big hips so it worked for me to not have something hanging on my shoulder.

 

Paulette

 

 

 

Fantastic, thanks so much! I seriously am learning so much. And here I thought it was dumb question. 😁

 

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