Archive for January 2012
Since a camera harness system may be a relatively new idea to many people, a question that is often asked is whether or not a harness for cameras is difficult to use. It’s a fair question. After all, if you’ve never used one, how would you know? And if it is difficult to use, it’s best to know ahead of time to prepare yourself or to find another option. Luckily, though, the short answer to that question is no. No, it’s not a difficult system to use.
What probably gives people that idea is the word ‘system’. It would be better to replace that word with ‘strap’ since that’s what it really is. Now a strap isn’t nearly as intimidating as a system, is it? They are literally the same thing in this case. So how does it work, exactly?
A camera harness strap is jsut about as easy as throwing on a backpack. Simply slip one arm in one hold, slip another arm in another hold and you’re practically there! It does add one more step, though, which is to attach your camera to the strap. This is easy as the medal rings on the camera slip easily into the plastic clips of the harness for cameras so that it’s only a matter of seconds before you’re completely ready to go.
The incredible simplicity, sleekness and overall appeal of the design helps to get anyone out the door fast and in comfort. The beautiful part is once the initial adjustment has been made to fit it properly to the body, it most likely wont need to be adjusted again.