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Old Jul 8, 2014, 07:28 AM   #76
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Missed this post earlier AFB and I don't know if this is a dead issue at this point but...

I have a double BlackRapid strap and use it with a backpack on occasion no problems. I find that the pack does not interfere with the camera strap. The slings on the strap hang lower at the sides and hips whereas the pack and straps hang much higher on the back and shoulders.

You just have to put the pack on last over the camera strap.

The only problem I find is that you end up looking like some sort of crazy maniacal weekend warrior with all that gear visible instead of concealed in the backpack.
I'm afraid whatever I use I'll look like a crazy person!

My daughter refers to me as a camera nerd!
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Old Jul 8, 2014, 09:37 AM   #77
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I've seen belt loop/hooks with a zip line attached to the camera or something similar.

I used to do a 2 DSLR vacation trips...one was regular and the other was Infrared.

it became a weird tangle of cross carrying, especially with children.
I stopped doing the Infrared last year. it was nice but so much stuff
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I've seen belt loop/hooks with a zip line attached to the camera or something similar.

I used to do a 2 DSLR vacation trips...one was regular and the other was Infrared.

it became a weird tangle of cross carrying, especially with children.
I stopped doing the Infrared last year. it was nice but so much stuff
When I go out its just for the photography.

The idea behind the two cameras is to reduce the number of times I have to swap lenses.
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I've seen belt loop/hooks with a zip line attached to the camera or something similar.

I used to do a 2 DSLR vacation trips...one was regular and the other was Infrared.

it became a weird tangle of cross carrying, especially with children.
I stopped doing the Infrared last year. it was nice but so much stuff
Probably easier to take both cameras and leave the kids.
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