The quest for a complete strap system
I think most photographers have serious gear issues -- not only with regards to Cameras and Lenses but also with accessories. Specifically bags and straps. While I won't even begin to go into my bag issues, I am now looking to sort out my strap system.
For too long I have wanted a quick and easy way to switch out straps across my cameras. There are times when I love having a wrist strap, but then want to switch out to a sling. Some times I have a super light setup going and don't need a big strap, but then at other times, I have a heavier setup and want to switch to an appropriate strap.
So, in my quest to solve my issues, I am making an investment into the Peak Designs systems. I love the idea of the quick connectors along with their diverse set of straps/slings and wrist straps. I will have a running dialogue on what I find and how this works, but for now I have made the investment to put quick connects on my bodies and L plates and have acquired the Slide; the Slide Lite; and the Clutch. So far my impressions are very, very positive.
Below is a comparison of the Slide and the Slide Lite, with the latter attached to the Leica Q. I think for that small mirrorless body both the Lite and the Clutch will be absolutely perfect.
Next is an image of the A7Rii with the Zeiss 55/1.8 attached using the Slide strap. With this lens combination I think it is right on the edge of being too much. However, with the 90 Macro or even the 55 plus the battery grip, the heavier strap just feels more comfortable than the Lite version. I will update this post with more information as I get to spend time with each of the combinations. For now, I am definitely very pleased.