DIY leather camera harness
A few years ago I made a DIY leather camera harness inspired by a company called Holdfast Gear Which brought a certain vintage and fashionable style to the concept of camera shoulder harnesses. My design was constructed with belt blanks from a leather supplier. Everything is glued and riveted together for strength and I also added some hand stitching in places for some nice details, as well as additional support. For a few years, I used sailing quick-release clips to attached to a baseplate on my cameras but over time I have found they can rattle and be a little noisy during wedding ceremonies, they are also quite heavy compared to my new solution.
My update/improvement to my DIY leather camera harness has been to add high-strength plastic release clips by the camera bag and strap manufacturer Peak Design. It has been a massive improvement, not only is it more lightweight and silent, but it also has a very smooth action to clip the cameras in and out. The clips and toggles can be bought as spare parts, so it was just a case of making new leather sliders to accommodate the Peak Design mounts.