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    shoulder sling/storage for point and shoot cameras

    hey all. I'm looking for a shoulder storage system for my point and shoot. ideally I want something that goes over the shoulder with a pocket in front around my chest to put coolpix in.

    I've seen a couple shoulder slings that look pretty good, (black rapid snapr10) but it doesn't offer protection unless you bring the case along.

    looking for something a little simpler.

    suggestions?

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    A jersey pocket or baggies cargo pocket is simple.
    A Useful Bear is a handy thing.

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    gee thanks

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    ^What are you trying to accomplish, protection or quick access?
    A Useful Bear is a handy thing.

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    both. that's feasible I think.

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    So ... you're looking for a man-purse.

    I have a big DSLR that I put in a little backpack and hang off my chest.

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    Something like a classic leather fitted camera case that flips down but stays attached?
    A Useful Bear is a handy thing.

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    Looking like the one I referenced is my best bet Thx guys

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    The SnapR looks pretty cool for what it is. Not sure about for use while bicycling, I think a jerrycan is a better solution.
    A Useful Bear is a handy thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsieb View Post
    The SnapR looks pretty cool for what it is. Not sure about for use while bicycling, I think a jerrycan is a better solution.
    Yeah my Nikon V1 sits perfectly in my Gas Tank. I have it facing up with the lens cap off, ready to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsieb View Post
    The SnapR looks pretty cool for what it is. Not sure about for use while bicycling, I think a jerrycan is a better solution.
    thx. I think that's a great solution. i've got one of their feed bags for long races. the jerrycan will work nicely on my cx bike

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    Hands-free belt satchel!

    -El Ganso Con La Rinonera!

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    I use a cheap camera pouch from walmart that has a belt loop. I attach the pouch via the belt loop to the front strap of my camelback.
    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Aswell
    the 5th poster, ganginwoods, is correct

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