It’s undoubtedly a liberating feeling having your hands free camera harness with you wherever you go. Once your hands are free, there’s nothing holding you back from running around, jumping around, crowching, sitting or standing easily. This is a feeling that many photographers don’t get because their necks are too soar to leave their cameras dangling from them. A hands free camera harness is basically a set of cool camera straps that don’t strain the neck while allowing you to be hands free.
So, what should you NOT do with your hands free camera harness?
You should NOT just set it down anywhere. It’s so easy to loose one of these items. With how small, light and flexible, they can easily be lost, misplaced, dropped or forgotten. That’s why they should only be set down in a few specific places so you will always know where to go looking for them. THis will eliminate the chances of having to replace them which will save you both time and money.
You should NOT loan it around to other people. If you’re a photographer, chances are that you have really gotten attached to your hands free camera harness. This means that you should absolutely make sure to keep this treasure to yourself. If others use it, they’ll most likely mess with the tension and straps to make it fit them instead of you. Once you have a good fit, don’t screw it up! It can take a lot of time and work getting it right back to where you like it.