« on: August 17, 2014, 10:01:35 PM »
Considering Aldrin's approach to such malarkey, all I can say is that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.
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Plastic zoom and focus rings, hmmmm, that's first in the the L world with a full plastic outer shell.
Thanks for the suggestions. A few things to check out.Personally if someone showed up and wanted to run an executable on my computer, they'd be shown the door.
I find it strange, too. But it is a compulsory component of a competition I'm entering - "Final output must be as an executable file (.EXE) and burnt to CD/DVD."
The reason that I'm asking for some suggestions is that I downloaded a training video from one of the programs (also in .exe format and I assumed produced on their software). My antivirus software started flashing red lights about a trojan virus. Hmmm.
5. Go directly to Peak Design. OMG this stuff is good. It's inexpensive. It's simple, light, customizable with flexibility limited only by your imagination. In the context of the OP's question, I use two Peak Design Leash straps slung one each side. Just make sure the heavier of the two (in my case a 1D4 with 70-200 f/2.8isII) on top. Leave the straps a little looser than instinct would tell you. I'm 15 months in now with Peak Design. I thought the narrow straps would cut, but they don't. In any case, they're releasing a wide strap within weeks, the culmination of a Kickstarter project. The quick release Anchors are the heart and soul of this system. They're pure gold especially if you also use your DSLR for video where straps are always in the way. Snap snap and you're strapless.
I've really worked the field on this subject. Peak Design. Check them out. Don't buy a double strap. Ever.
QuoteIs there anything else I should be considering?