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Where to get Blackrapid RS4 with FR3?

 
YseanY
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Aug 14, 2010 18:40 |  #16

lannes wrote in post #10717935 (external link)
Doesn't it have a clip on the strap to stop the camera sliding to the back, just move this forward along the strap, so the weight of the camera doesn't drag the shoulder pad forward.

it does, but my problem is i have to adjust the strap to be so short that the slider is sitting more towards the front of the strap when it is on my body. so the camera actually ends up sitting towards the front of my body rather than the side and with the weight of the camera along with gravity, it'll pull the strap forward to drop down my side.




  
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Aug 15, 2010 03:22 |  #17

YseanY wrote in post #10722145 (external link)
it does, but my problem is i have to adjust the strap to be so short that the slider is sitting more towards the front of the strap when it is on my body. so the camera actually ends up sitting towards the front of my body rather than the side and with the weight of the camera along with gravity, it'll pull the strap forward to drop down my side.

Take off the second tri slider, this would let gravity move the camera towards the back, without shifting the strap.


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Aug 15, 2010 13:47 |  #18

lannes wrote in post #10724046 (external link)
Take off the second tri slider, this would let gravity move the camera towards the back, without shifting the strap.

i thought about disassembling the strap and cutting the strap shorter while removing the second slider, but everything is sewn down securely (so i was reluctant to do this myself). but i guess this might be the only way and to find a shoe repair place with heavy thread to securely put everything back together.




  
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