Camera slings are all the rage these days, and for a good reason. Namely, they can be more comfortable than a neck strap and easier to move around with. Leash brings you the comfort and ease-of-use that normal sling straps have, but provides you with endless setup options. It also looks damn good.
- To use Leash as a sling strap, pull on the adjuster to lengthen the strap to a desirable length for your body and gear.
- In sling configuration, you can change the positioning of your camera by changing the Micro Anchor locations on your camera.
- Place both anchors on the D-ring of your quick-release plate (sold separately) if you want your camera to hang upside down.
- Place one Micro Anchor on your camera body and another anchor on the hand strap loop of your quick-release plate (sold separately) if you want your camera to hang with the lens facing down. This option is best when using heavy/long lenses.
These images show some of the different ways you can choose to have your camera hanging when you're using Leash as a sling. We recommend trying a bunch of different configurations until you find what's right for you.
One last thing - if you do not use the Capture Camera Clip but you do want the ability to mount a Micro Anchor on the bottom of your camera, check out the PROdrive screw we sell exactly for that purpose!