· The Camera Strap Necktie $30 [above]
YES! Someone's using their noggin! This is only $30 at Photojojo, but we're half tempted to DIY it with an old Yves Saint Laurent tie. Heck yes, DSLR formalwear. The official product does have its advantages, however, like being of a soft houndstooth weave. This thing was made to be complimented at wedding receptions, for real.
· The Three Way $40
Wrist strap. Neck strap. Sling strap. This thing does it all while still keeping a low profile. The flexibility is thanks to something called "Dyneema® cording," which essentially is a strong retractable line capable of holding up to 12 DSLRs dangling from your neck at once (though we wouldn't recommend that, for your posture's sake).
· The Capture $35 and up
This one we've already tried and reviewed in its most basic form, as a belt/strap clip harness. Since then, they've improved the base plate and developed a full-fledged strap with the ability to convert into a wrist strap, sling strap, neck strap and stabilizer strap. It almost pains us to think how much this would've come in handy on our trip to Easter Island, hiking up volcanoes and whatnot.
· Or just make your own from a silk scarf $0
The full set of DIY instructions are over at Photojojo. You'll need to borrow a sewing machine, or trust your knotting skills, but even if you aren't keen to sacrifice an Hermes scarf, we just picked up a passable scarf for 2 Euro on the street in Madrid. This could be particularly excellent for photography in cold, windy destinations if you go with a thicker scarf!
[Photos: Photojojo, Peak Design]