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רוג׳ום  
#1 Posted : Saturday, May 2, 2015 3:30:59 PM(UTC)
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Hello everyone,

Recently I came across a new concept for carrying a DSLR camera-grabbing trips that backpack strap. You can see examples of different manufacturing companies here andhere.

Right now I use Lowepro Topload case with chest strap, but I was wondering if anyone has Forum photography enthusiasts experience with this type of arrangement. Beyond the fear, the camera will disconnect/crash on rocks in the fall, I think at least the idea of long trails DSLR + lens that weight on one shoulder at a time sounds a bit most masochistic. I'd love to hear if someone tries and comments and suggestions.

(To avoid this discussion too far as DSLR and ultra Lite do not go together, I'm completely aware)

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#2 Posted : Saturday, May 2, 2015 6:09:20 PM(UTC)
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I have no experience with, but not precious, camera
Not just about physical injury but also because of dirt and dust.
איתי  
#3 Posted : Saturday, May 2, 2015 9:39:21 PM(UTC)
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Hey רוג'ום

Two years ago we had a debate here, you might get away ideas:

[Url = http://www.hike.co.il/posts/t68635-post565995 # camera President] carrying a camera [/url]
neutrino  
#4 Posted : Sunday, May 3, 2015 9:34:37 AM(UTC)
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Hi,
I have a lot of experience with a DSLR. Carrying on the stomach thing. I tried and after walking with 3 pounds on one side you want to kill Whoever invented it. Very important and which lenses you take. Basically I think it most convenient for camera hasov hasopa dooch. I want to have immediate access. So I don't put it in any case or paoch and tried several accounts of an Israeli company that makes bags from kata.
Because I want the camera not hasopa many options. I think the Strip sideways is extremely simple and convenient. Maybe you should try a Catcher bag tzoath My camera is minor. Maybe it will work.

In addition to my DSLR I bought Sony nex 3 6 lenses and I am walking with that is a lot easier.
HarmonicWave  
#5 Posted : Sunday, May 3, 2015 9:42:31 PM(UTC)
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I have no experience with the latch, but it looks like that:

Advantages: 1. the camera is accessible.

Cons: 1. She exposed (could interfere such as climbing ladders or narrow).

2. distribution of weight not look symmetrical, and it looks like it's really not comfortable over long distances.

I have experience with carrying a DSLR in a manner similar to yours, with no bag of oopero. The only solution I found is to move to an easier camera:-). I know this isn't the answer you wanted to hear but don't fall irorles cameras in their image quality than a DSLR, and add and says compact cameras (Sony-rx-100, LX-100 etc) can be hard to tell the difference between the images they offer DSLR-good lighting conditions.

neutrino  
#6 Posted : Sunday, May 3, 2015 10:42:10 PM(UTC)
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Although the discussion here is not about photography itself, let me remind that not only difficult lighting conditions are meeting advantage for these bigger DSLR optics. I agree with you about irorles. That's why I switched to SONY's NEX. But there's nothing to compare Sony Nex-6 with original lens Sony 50 mm f/1.8 Nikkor with Nikon D80 + 50 mm f/1.4 Although lesveni has the same size sensor, the image comes out more "beautiful" with set of Nikon. And it has nothing to do with mgapikslim. Pshot's optics. In order to prove the claim, I bought the Sony adapter for Nikon bayonet and tried to shoot. From d-Jerusalem. I see no reason to carry the NEX with heavy lenses for Nikon.

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HarmonicWave  
#7 Posted : Sunday, May 3, 2015 11:41:04 PM(UTC)
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Just tookmy hand off obviously very significant to say just tookmy hand off Nikon's (or any other DSLR)-always preferred a case-by-case basis.

Unfortunately, Sony has great bodies and lenses medium (or expensive as some of Chase). It doesn't say anything about other manufacturers.

I got to shoot with olympus 1.8 45 mm T2.0 with EM-5 and just results. There is nothing to compare with the kit lens Olympus.

In other words, quality is determined from a combination of lens and body, and if you look at this combination, I don't see the advantage to a DSLR in landscape photography

(Again, if you were talking about stars, or bird photography, then the conclusion is different).

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