We're in the middle of updating this User Guide, but the information here should get you well on your way to loving your Loop.
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What makes the Loop tick is the unique interaction between the strap and the camera via our Hard Mount technology. More tension on the Loop means the camera will be more stable and secure at your side.
Put the Loop over your shoulder and use the rear adjuster to place the Hard Mount at your belt line.
Use the front adjuster to quickly tighten the Loop when you want to move, or loosen when you need more room for shooting.
It's a free country, so you can wear your Loop loose, but the further above the motion of your legs it is, the more stable it will be.
Hard Mounts control how the camera hangs at your side. The unique geometry, hinge, and positioning of the mount create stability.
Attach the Mount with the ring facing the left side of your camera. At rest, and in action, our design holds the camera close to your body, with the lens pointed slightly down and the grip ready for action.
Some cameras will have a slightly different center of gravity. In that case you may want to try attaching the mount the opposite direction. Our Field Strip video will show you how to do this.
Any new strap or sling feels a bit funky at first, but the Loop is extraordinarily flexible and will adapt to your needs easily.
Camera bouncing? Change the orientation of the mount so the lens/body isn't picking up so much motion.
Too tight? Loosen the rear adjuster a bit and use the front adjuster to tighten the Loop when you need maximum stability.
Binding? Change the direction the webbing goes through the mount (see the video below).
Rear adjust getting loose? Flip the adjuster over to tighten, or flip it around to lock (also in the video below).
Once you get to know the Loop, we guarentee you'll love it.