I made them with leather and rivet/riveter and carry them on my belt
Joined Aug 2009
Cream of the Crop
Joined Jun 2004
Location: Bethesda, MD USA
POTN OpTech straps on both bodies; whichever one I'll be using most around my neck; the other over one shoulder and a Domke bag on the other shoulder.
Joined Aug 2012
Location: Lake Ridge, VA
If I'm restricted to standing on one general area, I do as Jon does. If I'm hiking around, I don't trust myself to sling multiple camera/lens combos, so I carry or sling one and bag the other in a quick access bag like the Retrospective...
Canon 5D2 | 60D | A620 | SD850 IS | SD4000 IS
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Joined Mar 2011
I do landscapes, aerials and commercial work, I find that the best way to carry two cameras and a bit of other gear is in a Think Tank retro 20 with a tripod in a canvas tool bag (with a long shoulder strap) over the other shoulder. This setup works pretty well for me. I have either camera handy with a minimum of straps and I have my tripod with me too. This might even work for sports etc, but it does work well for me and what I do. I have a 5d MK II, 7d, 70-200 MK II, 28-300L & a 16-35 MK II setup to suit what I am doing at the time.
Joined Jun 2010
on a hike...Lowepro Vertex backpack.
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Joined Jan 2010
Oct 22, 2012 22:36 as a reply to @ MCAsan's post |
Keep a 7D w 70-200 in 20 retrospect as it holds both vertically, its crossed on shoulder, and a 5D around neck with lens using op tech strap. I am not a pro shooter, just for hobby, dont like displaying two bodies and cameras, if a pro, not even a problem, then do what I have to do.
Joined Dec 2009
If you're going harness/belt system also look at Think Tank's, similar to Lowepro's.