B&H # VE1770 MFR # 1770
B&H # WAK59 MFR # K-59
B&H # WAK84 MFR # K-84
B&H # FSTPROSERIAL MFR # TPRO-SERIAL
B&H # OPDHR MFR # 6501032
"very fancy...Great Harness...Needing a second Arca-Swiss strap clamp, I bought a Neewer Aluminum Screw Knob Clamp Arca Swiss Compatible Mini Quick Release Clamp with Hot Shoe Mount for QR Plate (38mm) for under $ from @; I like it even better than the one from Kirk.and have another one on order.I also decided to use a small S-biner in the setup so that I can easily clip the strap/clamp to my belt or belt loop so that when I bend over, the cameras don't swing forward....Researching in an effort to find a comfortable strap or harness that could support my Canon DSL camera with battery pack and lens, I came across the Dual Harness by OP/TECH USA."See more
B&H # OPHE MFR # 5301422
This is the elastic version of the BINO/CAM harness. The straps keep gear snug against the body yet they allow the camera or binoculars to be brought up to the eyes for use.
"Very useful...Nice product....i used this for a recent hiking trip I just took and absolutely loved it....the only negative to this harness is the straps that attach to the binoculars are a little too thick to attach to the binocs easily, other than that this is a top notch product."See more
B&H # HOMM06CHM MFR # MM06CHM
"Love it...Loving it...I'm sad I didn't like it because I felt like a bad a when I wore it!...One of my regularly scheduled events is a conference 3 times a year that requires me to move around a large arena quickly, with heavier lenses, but without distracting the audience if at all possible."See more
B&H # BL361003 MFR # 361003
"Comfort +...Better balance...I am a wedding photography and I had the first version of these straps untill I recently lost them in a venue when I was putting all my gear packed, the new ones are just amazing, they fill light, better build and better designed, sometimes I just use a camera, so I need to split them, and they way this version is created, makes a perfect single strap and an amazing dual strap...I am amazed after trying several dual camera straps from different companies, how better this one is, from the locking system, the fact that I sweat a lot and I can just throw it to the washer machine safely, and my special favorite thing is the capability of converting it for just one camera, I believe this is the only one with that option."See more
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B&H # VOGBHARNESS MFR # P400
"Nice Bag...Light weight...I was able to get a great deal on the GlassPak thanks to a special that was run and I decided to give it a try....I bought one of these harnesses for my non vortex nockers, and while it took a few outings to adjust to using it I am a big fan."See more
"A back saver...Very Comfortable...I shoot a lot of concerts where you only get to shoot the first 3 songs from the pit so this allows me to swap out various cameras for a different lens in a hurry...Due to the adaptability, I found that by adding a gender changer to one side of the chest strap attaching points, I could attach a DSLR to those mounting points when carrying just a single body, The unit is very comfortable and redistributes the weight of the camera system off the back of ones neck."See more
B&H # LOSFTH MFR # LP36282
The S&F technical Harness uses SlipLock attachment loops to allow the attachment of compatible S&F or Lowepro SlipLock products. There are lapel strap keepers that secure a camera strap to the harness at the shoulders via a sturdy snap which fully integrates with optional S&F Utility Laptop Backpack 100 AW to create a comprehensive working system. It is ideal for a sports photographer or journalist, when the backpack is attached to the harness with a belt via straps and SlipLock loops. A detachable handle cup and restraint straps quickly convert the harness to a backpack allowing the photographer to carry an additional Lowepro shoulder bag. There is a sternum strap with built-in safety whistle that adjusts for a comfortable, snug fit.
"Fantastic !...The best!!!...I would definitely not use a modular belt without some kind of shoulder support, and the TH is the best I have tried in the sense that weight is well carried while my upper body does not feel imprisoned within a tight vest....I photograph car events so I have to constantly be on the move during the event and it's so much better than carrying a camera bag."See more
B&H # HOMM06CHS MFR # MM06CHS
"I. Love....Worth it!...I do a lot of wedding and portrait photography and have used various options of straps and carriers for my camera and they all caused a lot of neck and shoulder pain on top of requiring me to carry a lot of my bag....The kind that are in the image look super stout but what I actually got in the mail you are forced to use both hands and a good bit of force- plus it works backwards from normal clips."See more
The Keyhole is designed to hold your camera and lens firmly attached to your backpack or chest harness, with the lens facing downward and held steady with no swing. The design includes a special cap keeper attached to the Keyhole that prevents your lens from swaying from side to side. Yet, when you're ready to shoot, there's no complicated hardware to unhook or adjust to get your camera into shooting position. Perhaps one of the best features of this system is its ability to limit the strain of your camera on your neck. In addition, with your lens held tightly against your body, there's less chance of it banging into a rock, bush or the ground.
The Keyhole attaches quickly and efficiently and is made from durable polypropylene straps and a hard plastic plate into which your camera slides. Screw the included Keyhole knob into the camera's 1/4 - 20 tripod socket. This knob then slides neatly into the slot of the hard plastic Keyhole plate. Use the included quick attach sternum strap adjusters that attach the Keyhole harness to your backpack or chest harness straps. The buckles come with four male connectors that mesh with the female connectors found on your backpack's straps. Adjust the straps so the fit is tight and comfortable. Finally, hook up the touch fastened cap keeper to your existing lens cap. The cap keeper can also be used to make sure your lens cap never disappears-as lens cap tend to do too often. When you're ready to shoot, simply remove the cap keeper and raise the camera slightly to remove it from the Keyhole's slot. After shooting, replace the knob in the slot, reattach the cap keeper and you're ready to move on. The Keyhole comes with a one-year warranty and is proudly made in the USA.
"Thank you....Works great!...As a photographer who climbs over rocks and boulders in creeks to get the perfect perspective of a rock- strewn creek below a waterfall, I found the Keyhole Hands-Free Camera Harness to be the perfect stabilizer for my new camera....So, with a 1/4-20 screw, a lock washer, a fender washer, and a 1/4 split washer that happens to fill the narrow part of the keyhole nicely, I screwed on my quick release plate of choice, the Manfrotto/Bogen 3270 to the carrier and all issues are gone."See more
B&H # VEPAHV2 MFR # HS1N
The HS1N Harness is Made in the U.S.A.
"The Best...very good...I'm not a professional sound person, but I found myself in a job that required me to carry a mixer and wireless mics for the better part of three days and this harness was fantastic....It's not as if you can't feel it, but I can't imagine a better harness."See more
B&H # HOMM06WBBLM MFR # MM06WBBLM
"No joke....Love them....I recently just bought my camera harness and have now photographed 3 weddings using it and I just love it!...I use and I like it but I complain every time."See more
B&H # CRBS124 MFR # BS-124
"Very useful...Pretty useful...These have been around a long time and are still the best bino harness for us....A much better choice than a standard lanyard."See more