DSLR cycling camera strap options

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Shrike
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by Shrike

I can only find Mettle's Speed strap as a specific option that locks and holds the camera around your back and releases for fast on the bike shooting. It's too pricey to get one into the UK though.
http://www.mettlecycling.com/thegoods/m ... -pre-order


Blackrapid Sport is an easier to get option, but it looks to hold the camera at your hip. Not sure how that works in a road cycling position. Anyone used one for cycling?
http://www.blackrapid.com/Sport-Breathe

Anything else on the market that I missed? I'm using a mirrorless which isn't heavy (compared to a traditional DSLR for those who aren't into photography).

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Roel W
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by Roel W

Check Peak Design camera straps. They have a lot of straps for different purposes. Very good quality!
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patkins
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by patkins

Check out the PS Bagworks camera straps. I've got one and it works great, there is a removable stabilizer strap that goes under your arm to keep it from swinging with a magnetic buckle for one-handed access. They have an option for peak design quick releases.
https://www.etsy.com/shop/PSbagworks

MoPho
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by MoPho

Ditch the DSLR and get yourself a Sony RX100 or similar for the bike



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