Step 4: Camera attachment eyelet
I did find some angle brackets in my toolbox, and 1/4" bolts (albeit 2" long). These brackets are galvanized steel, so they are fairly robust, and need some work done to bring them to size. The second one I made from a straight piece if steel I had laying around. Took a while to shape (not my best work) but I tested it by lifting my 25 kg+ toolbox, so I feel safe hanging my camera from it!
This is where patience and tools are needed. Cut the angle iron down to size, and enlarge the holes to fit the bolt AND the hook on the strap. I used a Dremmel, a drill, and a file! I cut down the bolt to size and filed the end smooth.
You are here because you are a DIYer, so get creative and make the little darn thing any way you want.
Photos are only there to help.