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OP/TECH USA Dual Harness (X-Long)

You Pay: $32.95
Product Highlights
  • Fits 2 Cameras or Binoculars
  • U-shaped Neoprene Neck Pad
  • Adjustable Back Section
  • Removable Sternum Strap
  • Uses All Op/Tech System Connectors
  • Made in the USA

The Op/Tech USA Dual Harness (X-Long) (Black) is designed to comfortably and securely carry 2 cameras or binoculars for quick and easy access. It can also hold a lens pouch or other type of pouch instead of either the camera or binoculars. The U-shaped neoprene neck pad evenly distributes the weight of the gear while absorbing the shock of any movements. There is an adjustable back section to fit the harness comfortably. The removable sternum strap controls the width of the harness. It evenly balances the gear at the sides to eliminate interference between the two cameras.

The Dual Harness is easy to attach and fully adjustable with Op/Tech system connectors. One connector on each side stays firmly in place while the second one quickly glides along the strap to bring the camera to the proper shooting position. The interchangeable design enables converting from a dual to a single sling system or to quickly move a camera to another strap altogether. It keeps the camera stabilized and secured while viewing and grasping and it maintains the camera in the upright position, no stress is put on the camera, lens or shoe-mount flash units. The tripod mount is available to use for brackets and other adapters.

This item is proudly made in the USA.

Neoprene strap designed to carry 2 cameras or binoculars
Adjustable back section fits the harness comfortably
Removable sternum strap controls the width of the harness
Comfortably and securely carries two cameras or binoculars for quick and easy access
U-shaped neoprene neck pad evenly distributes the weight of the gear while absorbing the shock of any movements
Evenly balances the gear at the sides to eliminate interference between the two cameras
Keeps the camera stabilized and secured while viewing and grasping
Maintains the camera in the upright position, no stress is put on the camera, lens or shoe-mount flash units
Easy to attach and fully adjustable with all Op/Tech system connectors
One connector on each side stays firmly in place while the second one quickly glides along the strap to bring the camera to the proper shooting position
Interchangeable design enables converting from a dual to a single sling system or to quickly move a camera to another strap altogether
Tripod mount is available to use for brackets and other adapters
Material Neoprene and webbing
Attachment Method 3/8" system connectors
Exterior Dimensions 44-56" (112-142cm) Chest
OP/TECH USA Dual Harness (X-Long)
  • 2 x 3/8" System Connectors
  • Sternum Strap
  • Lifetime Warranty
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