are a few of my cameras and the gordy straps that I use. I have
a set on flickr with larger versions of these photos: gordy's
cameras. I have a lot of very interesting cameras that I will
be putting up here.
I mostly use this with studio strobes since I can use
a radio transmitter
and still have an electronic viewfinder.
I use it with
a lug-mount wrist strap.
Olympus E-P2 and
Panasonic 20mm/f1.7 lens
This is my carry around digital. It replaced my E-P1.
The electronic viewfinder
is a must. I've
been using a short (35") neck strap.
I can use it in front or
carry it over my shoulder.
1935 Leica Standard
with a 1952 Elmar 50mm/f3.5
The camera and lens that Henri Cartier-Bresson, Andre
Kertesz, and Walker Evans used.
Well, they had the Leica I (model A) without interchangeable lenses but
wise it looks pretty much the same. Well, maybe theirs weren't covered
in kid leather from CameraLeather.
It has no lugs
so I use a tripod mount wrist strap.
modern Leica thread mount rangefinder.
I use a regular lug-mount wrist strap.
SLR with the 55mm/f2.8 Micro Nikkor and
meterless prism. A Photomic Ftn is in for a CLA.
I use a short neck strap with neck
Shen Hao TFC 617-A
is a little view camera that takes 6x17cm (2 1/4" x 7") negatives
on 120 roll film. Here with a 90mm/f8 Fujinon SW.
No strap here. When in action it sits on top of my
wood Berlebach 8023 tripod.