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| p.1 #4 · Camera strap for running/active activities? |
http://www.blackrapid.com/product/camera-strap/rs-sport-2/ might do what you want. It does a pretty good job of keeping the camera from flopping around, but it doesn't prevent the whole thing from bouncing. I have, when I know things are going to be very rough, will use a strap like that with a biner or s-biner attached to my belt/beltloop and that keeps everything pretty much exactly where I want it, but it taks ~5 seconds to be ready to shoot.
I'm a little confused. All that is is a strap that loops around the shoulder, with a single ~3ft strap running from it to the camera. Wouldn't this swing *wildly* around? It's basically a leash for the camera, no?