Possibly moving to full-frame mirrorless from m4/3’s

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PLShutterbug Senior Member • Posts: 1,147
Re: As an ex M43 user

nickels25 wrote:

1llusive wrote:

PLShutterbug wrote:

"Anyway, so I'm wondering how you lug the Z7 around?"

I'm not NCV but ...

I just carry it on either a neck strap or a wrist strap. I prefer a wrist strap. I happen to be blessed with great balance so have never found the need to hike with ski poles, and I seldom reach my hands out even on steep slopes. So this method works for me.

I've seen other arrangements that allow the camera to attached to a backpack shoulder strap so it doesn't bounce around but I haven't decided to invest in one of these systems yet.

I have the Peak Design Sling and am thinking about getting the Hip Belt with that clip on there so the camera could be attached below the spine rather than above. If they could be used together that would be ideal for me.

I generally don't do bags but I do have sling bag in case I needed to carry more.

Side note: can you guys tell me what camera carry slings you are referring too? I have a Peak Design Slide as well and the Black Rapids sling, but what’s the one that straps to your rucksack? Or the one with the hip belt you both mention?

I don’t have a hip belt thingy. I have an Optech slide probably similar to the Peak Design one you have. I don’t like it - it seems to be designed backwards.

Peak has the Capture Clip: https://www.peakdesign.com/collections/clips/products/capture

That’s what I’m talking about. See the fifth picture in the link above.

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