One camera strap, 2 cameras

9 months 1 week ago #676456 by Ray Tevich
If I only want to have one camera strap shared by 2 cameras, is there any other options besides Peak Designs strap for quick release when sharing a strap between two camera bodies?


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9 months 1 week ago #676466 by shelland
https://www.blackrapid.com/all/camerastraps/

Even have one model that allows you to strap 2 cameras at the same time. 

Scott

- Twin Cities, MN

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9 months 1 week ago - 9 months 1 week ago #676492 by garyrhook
OP: Your question is unclear.

Mostly because if we interpret the question to mean having two cameras on a single strap at one time, then PD doesn't do that.

What I think you mean is to have anchors on two or more bodies, and connect the strap to the body you want at that time. At least, that's what the PD system allows.

Black Rapid would have you put an anchor on the base of each body; their shoulder system let's you connect a caribiner to the anchor. So, there's that.

There are other systems, too.


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9 months 1 week ago #676501 by Happy Snapper
Holdfast Gear you can get a clip that will work if I'm understanding your question.  

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9 months 6 days ago #676999 by Finn
I prefer Peak Design straps, you can't go wrong.  


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9 months 1 day ago #677598 by Ray Tevich
I want something that I can quick detach and use on another camera.  I think Peak Design is going to be the answer.  Thank you all.


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8 months 1 week ago #679089 by Scott Klubeck


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8 months 1 week ago #679632 by Chris Briggs

Scott Klubeck wrote: You can get these things   https://www.shopmoment.com/shop/anchor-links



Interesting, never knew these existed, thanks for sharing. 


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