Camera straps are becoming more comfortable than ever. If you're still enduring the chafing and neck pain induced by a basic camera strap, then you owe it to yourself to check out a modern neoprene sling. Custom SLR's Glide One system doesn't just provide a more comfortable way to carry your camera. It also adapts to fit your laptop, travel duffel, and other daily carrying needs. As for the ProDot, I'd call it a must-have for any action or macro photographer.
Photo backpacks are typically very one-dimensional products that only get used in tandem with a camera. The Lowepro Photo Hatchback 22L AW breaks that mold with its split personality. At the drop of a hat, one can transform it from a photography companion into an everyday hauler. Whether it’s heading to a class or meeting, going on short hikes, or carrying a change of clothes to the gym, the Photo Hatchback is fully equipped to handle the daily grind and more.
Long days of shooting with your DSLR can be cut short by aggravating neck pain or chafing caused by the basic straps that come packaged with the camera. A more ergonomic camera sling is an attractive alternative, which raises a question. What makes the ultimate camera sling? Carry Speed believes that their slings have what it takes to be the best in the business. After several days of shooting with their FS-Slim system amongst the madness of CES 2013, I am inclined to agree with them.