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Cotton carrier handstrap vs Camdapter vs AH-4 vs ???

 
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Jul 07, 2010 17:21 |  #1

Background you may need:

I've pretty much decided to buy the Cotton carrier camera system for all camera types (external link), since I don't know if I'll prefer BG or not, and Vest vs holster. Planning to use handstrap at the same time.

A tripod system is also on the verge of being selected. Arca-Swiss-compatible plates. Quite possibly with L-plate. Possibly also in conjunction with handstrap.

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Which handstrap? I've found one review (external link) of the Camdapter (external link). It looked quite nice, and one seemed to be able to select pretty specifically according to need.

But Cotton carrier also has a handstrap (external link). Haven't found any reviews of it tho. Experiences anyone? Or anywhere?

They both seem to support tripod and/or cotton carrier. But which should I pick?

There's also the matter of the Nikon AH-4, which seems to be better than the Canon E-1, but I don't know if it lives up to the standards of the aforementioned two. AH-4 looked (external link) a bit uncomfortable though, with the strap going over the thumb. And also, from the review (external link) on The Digital Picture, I'm not quite sure if one can attach it at just one point, instead of two.

Are there alternatives I've overlooked?

Still information you need? Don't hesitate to ask.
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Jul 25, 2010 11:45 |  #2

*bump*

Any experience with the Cotton Carrier Handstrap?




  
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Jul 25, 2010 12:36 |  #3

Just checked their website: Handstrap is now included when purchasing system for regular cameras, pro cameras (or BGd, difference being angled hub) or all-camera-carryingsystem.

So since I didn't find any reviews of the Cotton Carrier Handstrap, I'll make one myself when I get it.

(Wooohooo! Finally Cotton Carrier!)




  
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