How do you switch lenses quickly for street shooting? Oly 17mm vs Pan 25mm.

Started Jan 27, 2013 | Discussions thread
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Re: How do you switch lenses quickly for street shooting? Oly 17mm vs Pan 25mm.
In reply to MG pebersvend, Jan 28, 2013

MG pebersvend wrote:

Lots of replies, not many answers to the original question.

The best thing is a 2 camera body setup as mentioned.

The good and cheap solution is glueing 2 rear lenscaps together. Then you mount the cameralens to the empty cap, turn it around and mount the next lens on the camera. Full control all the time.


Another idea - check this article (picture in the end):
http://www.petapixel.com/2012/08/15/quikdraw-a-lens-holster-belt-that-uses-mounts-instead-of-bags/
They only make it for Canon and Nikon mounts, so, I guess, for m4/3 one would have to come up with DIY solution. ($80 for one lens mount seems too much anyway)

I was thinking about gluing few rear lens caps to something, probably to some belt fixture or a neck strap. I wouldn't trust superglue, I would attach rear lens cap with pair of cramps or flat screws, flat enough in order not to scratch the glass.

quikdraw

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