Archive for July 2010
Oh please. Of course there is! Sure, it sounds weird to hear someone say a ‘camera harness system’. But the thing really exists and the thing really is a system!
So what’s the difference between a camera harness system and a camera strap? Well, there are plenty of differences my friends. A strap is a single piece of material that hangs across the neck. That’s right; I said it hangs across the neck, people! This means it’s a one-dimensional neck-ache. I know it’s harsh, but I stand by that comment.
A camera harness system, though, is complex, multi-faceted and multi-dimensional. A camera harness system is a system that is completely different from a neck strap because it does not even touch the neck. The weight of the camera is no where even near the neck! (Ok, the weight rests on the shoulders which are close to the neck, but that’s not the point…)
The point is that with an advanced system for carrying a harness, you can actually spread the weight of the SLR camera out over the shoulders, chest and back which will make the harness and the equipment feel nearly weightless.
Another perk of the camera harness system is the fact that it keeps the equipment much safer than a simple strap for harnesses. Since it is connected on either side and closer to the chest, it prevents the equipment from swinging about from place to place. This means there are less chances of the equipment swinging out and hitting things. You might say that would be the best camera strap ever!
So to answer the question posed by the title of this article, yes. Yes, there is a camera harness system and it’s very different from the generic strap we’ve seen so many times before. Take a look at the home page to get a glimpse of what I’ve been talking about and enjoy!
Something I think most consumers (like me and you and well everyone is a consumer, too) think is funny is the fact that every business that has a product dubs their product the best . . . like us. We have the best camera harness.
Unlike a lot of companies with a lot of random products that have the claims to be the
‘Best’, we will actually let you in on exactly why we feel the way we do about it.
We have the best camera harness for the following reasons:
You want your camera strapping system to be such a simple yet genius system that when you take it off, you don’t even notice the difference. That’s what we’ve got.
2. It’s DURABLE. Guaranteed, in fact. If you are going to have a little device that’s worth hundreds, maybe even thousands of dollars depending upon the sturdiness of the camera chest harness, it’s important to get one that will last.
This best camera harness can be pulled, yanked, tucked, bounced and beaten and it will still work incredibly long and well under any kind of weather conditions. Don’t believe us? Try it, risk free.
3. It’s ADJUSTABLE. After all, what is the point of purchasing a camera harness if it’s not going to fit exactly the way you want? Lots of them may work for your size but ours will not only work, it will fit perfectly for you.
4. It’s COMPATIBLE. We know that not all photographers use the same cameras. That would be like saying all photographers are the same people-with the same sense of style-but they’re not, which is the beauty of the whole thing after all, isn’t it?
That’s why we created this product to be compatible with all the main brands of cameras. Are you convinced yet that this is the best camera harness out there? Wait – we’re not even done.
5. It’s VERSATILE. You won’t believe it, but the best camera harness just got better – because it works as a binocular harness, too. That’s right. You can strap in a set of binoculars or you could strap in a camera. Neat-o, eh?
If you’ve read any of my blog posts, seen any of my videos, checked out our ‘about us’ section or read any reviews about our product online – then you know we’re for serious about this. ‘This’ being camera harnesses.
So, in the spirit of being serious about our camera harnesses, we really want to put these strapping systems (our little pride and joy) to the test.
That’s why I’ve come to a conclusion for the age old question: camera harnesses – to give away or not give away?
Drum roll please…. Yes! I am going to give them away. Not just to anyone, mind you. Remember, these are my pride and joy. But I will give away a FREE camera harness – that’s right I said FREE – to anyone who runs a photography blog and wants to write a review on it.
Imagine yourself, hiking with a camera harness. You’re neck free from pain. Your wallet as thick as it was before you got this free camera harness. Your smile covering your face…
Consider it a serious statement about how seriously I believe in this product. I’m not going to pay for a positive review. As far as we’re concerned, we don’t have to. The product speaks for itself.
The thing of it is that we want what our camera chest harnesses have to say to be heard loud and clear. That’s why if all you photography bloggers out there are interested in getting your hands on our nifty little camera harnesses, you’re welcome to help yourself for FREE if you’ll just write a review about our harnesses for SLR cameras.
In fact, we’re so passionate about spreading the good news of this little product to all those worthy photographers out there that we will even partner with you to host a giveaway for one of our camera harnesses on your blog to your readers.
This adds value to you, your readers and us. I think that’s what they call a win, win, win.
So there it is and there you have it. The question was posed. The answer was given. The rest is up to you. Contact us in order to get your free camera harness today.
Ok all you photographers out there, listen up! There’s a whole lotta people trying to copy the SLR camera harness design but there’s very few who even come close to the stunning features and flexibility offered by our design.
Not to brag or nothing (yes, that is a double negative) but our camera strapping system is the best camera chest harness out there. So listen up and you’ll understand what ours has got that others are missing. Look for the following features listed below:
1. When you are purchasing your SLR harness for your camera, make sure it’s an actual harness. This means it will fit around either shoulder, go under the arm and around the back to meet at the chest.
If you are going to purchase something that has the strap resting right on your neck, STOP! The entire purpose of getting a harness for your camera is to take the weight off the neck and transfer it evenly between the shoulders, back and chest.
2. Get the adjustable straps. That’s right – adjustable. When it comes to pants, it is safe to say that a one-size-fits-all attitude won’t fly, but when it comes to an SLR camera harness, it’s the only way to do it. No, the purpose for adjustable straps is not so you can pass it around your friends and family like…something you would pass around to friends and family.
Instead, you need adjustable straps in order to give you the freedom to put on or take off as many layers as you would like during your photography excursions. If you can adjust the straps, then you can wear two coats or just a t-shirt and be perfectly comfortable as you snap pictures wherever, whenever, however.
3. Make sure it is guaranteed. Durability is the name of the game. After all, isn’t your camera harness for hiking going to be used and abused? Isn’t it important that your SLR camera harness can withstand the ever changing weather conditions, the constant tugging pull of gravity, the continual strap adjustments and the long hours of wear and tear? We thought so.
That’s why you’d better make sure that whomever you purchase your SLR camera harness from is fully able to back its durability. Otherwise, you’d just be throwin’ your money away. And hey, if you’re into that sort of thing, maybe you could just give it to me and I’ll see fit to dispose of it for you. How does that sound? … didn’t think so.
Here’s the thing – the generic neck strap is out and the camera chest harness is in.
Now I don’t typically like to tell people what to do and what not to do; but the fact of the matter is that when I’m right, I’m right. There is no other alternative than the camera chest harness.
After experiencing the immense amount of comfort that the harness strapping system has to offer, it’s pretty obvious to me that this little invention is here to stay. The only thing I can say is finally there is something out there that prevents neck pain during my all day outdoor adventures!
In fact, that’s always been my gripe about cameras in the first place. I’m… how would you say… anti-baggage. Anything that’s big or bulky or hard to carry is something I’m usually not interested in. That is to say, before I fell in love with a little thing called photography. Well, the baggage comes with the passion, I guess.
Up until now, I had to sacrifice my neck with the world’s stupidest solution to carrying anything-the generic neck strap. That is until I found the SLR camera harness. Nowadays, I’m not caught dead without a camera harness for hiking, camping, biking, walking or doing a photo session.
This is pretty much because my SLR camera is huge and therefore, it necessitates a harness. The camera harness is different from the generic neck strap in that it puts the weight of my camera across my shoulders, chest and back.
As anyone who has experienced the same neck pain I have felt from the generic neck straps would know, it’s a heavenly change. Not only does my neck get a rest, but my camera is held a little tighter to my body too so it’s safer than the way it used to swing around out of control. The adjustable straps let me wear a coat or just a t-shirt which gives me options, people. Options!
So there it is and there you have it. I fell in love with photography and the love of my life is my camera chest harness.
If you’re like us you take your SLR camera just about everywhere you go. The problem as you amateur and professional photographers well know is that SLR cameras can get really heavy if you wear them around your neck all day with a traditional neck strap. If your hiking especially not only do you have to deal with the weight, but you also have to deal with the camera swinging around everywhere like a small monkey around your neck.
Our solution is simple a camera harness for hiking. When you use a camera harness for hiking it does several things for you that I know you, your neck and your camera will appreciate. First a SLR camera harness will take the weight off your neck and distribute it evenly over your shoulders. If your neck could talk I believe it would say thanks for this feature alone.
The second benefit for using a camera harness while hiking is that you can adjust the straps to bring the camera tight to your chest so it won’t swing around and hit a tree or your hiking companion. I have known way to many people who have damaged their really expensive cameras because they swung around at just the wrong time.
The third reason why you will love a camera harness for hiking is that your camera will always be at arm’s length, but you won’t have to carry it in your hands all the time. Never again will you miss that perfect nature shot because you are struggling to get your camera out of your back pack or carrying case in time. A camera harness for hiking will take the pain out of carrying your camera hung around your neck. It will keep it tight to your chest so there is almost no swing. Lastly it will be at arm’s length all the time so you never miss that perfect shot nature sees fit to give you again.
Enjoy the outdoors in comfort with a new camera harness.