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OP-Tech strap question

 
Southswede
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Jun 05, 2005 06:58 |  #1

Has anyone used the Pro Loop strap, in warmer weather? I bought one, before this site had them made.

The problem for me is, the strap is like a wet suit on the back of your neck. The whole area winds up soaked with sweat.

Anyone else have this problem?




  
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Jun 05, 2005 07:25 |  #2

It does happen, but I really can't think of any type of neck strap that isn't subject the the same sort of problem.


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Jun 05, 2005 07:29 |  #3

You'd need to have a ventilated strap like they use in quality backpacks... I haven't seen one yet.

I don't know about you, but in warmer weather I end up sweaty strap or no strap.


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Jun 05, 2005 07:41 as a reply to  @ DocFrankenstein's post |  #4

DocFrankenstein wrote:
You'd need to have a ventilated strap like they use in quality backpacks... I haven't seen one yet.

I don't know about you, but in warmer weather I end up sweaty strap or no strap.


I don't like a wet sponge near the camera, though. I was "hoping" someone might have thought of something I hadn't....




  
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