Video: Wrapping a camera strap into a camera seems simple enough, but often you'll end up with a bit of extra strap dangling around or it won't feel too secure. On YouTube, ShotKit shows off his method for securing it cleanly. ShotKit starts off by pulling off the buckles and reversing them. Then, he loops the strap end into the camera from the outside in, through the keeper, then through the inside of the buckle. The video above shows off how exactly this works. This should keep the strap looking good with no "flappy bits" dangling around.
Wrap A Camera Strap So It's Secure With No Extra Strap Getting In The Way
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