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OP/TECH USA Utility Sling-Duo (Nature)

BH #OPULDN • MFR #3510232
OP/TECH USA
OP/TECH USA Utility Sling-Duo (Nature)
Key Features
  • Hold Two Cameras with One Shoulder
  • Keeps Gear Accessible at Your Sides
  • Worn over Left Should and Across Chest
  • Comfortable Design for Men and Women
Worn over a single shoulder, the made in the USA, nature Utility Sling-Duo from Op/Tech USA is made for male and female photographers who require rapid access to two pieces of gear. The Sling-Duo holds two cameras with attached lenses or other combinations such as a camera on one sling and a battery pack on the other. To prevent gear from bumping, one sling hangs by your right side and the other at your left. In use, gear will glide up and down each sling without interfering with the camera's tripod connection.
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OP/TECH USA 3510232 Overview

Worn over a single shoulder, the made in the USA, nature Utility Sling-Duo from Op/Tech USA is made for male and female photographers who require rapid access to two pieces of gear. The Sling-Duo holds two cameras with attached lenses or other combinations such as a camera on one sling and a battery pack on the other. To prevent gear from bumping, one sling hangs by your right side and the other at your left. In use, gear will glide up and down each sling without interfering with the camera's tripod connection.

A versatile system, the quick disconnects allow photographers to easily remove one of the slings when only one piece of gear is needed. For comfort and to prevent slippage, the pad is made of stretchable neoprene with a non-slip surface underneath. Although only one Uni-Loop is required to attach a camera by one of its strap lugs, two are provided per camera for creating a third strap-connection point when using with a heavy battery grip. A total of 4 Uni-Loops are included with your Sling-Duo.

The Sling-Duo comes ready to wear on your left shoulder. However, for photographers who prefer using their right shoulder, two sets of System Connectors - Gender Changers may be ordered separately. Also available separately are System Connector Extensions for customizing the length of your Sling-Duo.

Create a safety lanyard for your camera on the Utility Sling - Duo with the use of the System Connectors - Extensions (sold separately). For added peace of mind for those photographers who would normally only have one connection point, you can attach your camera to the sling by two points with the use of an Extension Connector (sold separately as a set of two). One Extension piece would be attached to the back quick disconnect on the sling and connect over to the Uni-Loop attached to the left side of the camera. When you raise your camera to the shooting position, the Extension lanyard will be out of the viewing area.
Wear the Utility Sling - Duo on your right shoulder with a set of System Connectors - Gender Changers (sold separately). With the addition of the Gender Changers (sold separately) you can switch the configuration of the strap to work on your right shoulder so that all the sling hardware is in the proper position for ease of use and mobility.
While actively moving around with your Utility Sling - Duo secure your camera to your side with the second Uni-Loop Connector. Attach the second Uni-Loop Connector to your belt loop which can then be connected to the Utility Sling - Duo's second quick disconnect. Move freely while hiking, biking or navigating busy streets and keep your camera securely attached at your side.
When shooting with a larger lens, reduce stress on your camera's lens mount with System Connectors - Lens Loops (sold separately). Support the weight of a heavy lens with the Lens Loops Connectors (sold separately). The Lens Loops protect your camera's lens mount from the added weight and stress of a heavy lens while positioning the lens comfortably at your side.
Protect your camera while attached to the Utility Sling - Duo with a neoprene Soft Pouch (sold separately). Protect your camera from bumps, moisture and dust while in the field with a neoprene Soft Pouch (sold separately). It remains snuggly on the camera as you wear the Utility Sling - Duo and can be quickly removed so that you never miss a shot. Available in a wide variety of styles and sizes to fit almost any camera.
UPC: 711554354326

OP/TECH USA 3510232 Specs

Strap Length26.5 to 31.0" / 67.3 to 78.7 cm
Strap Width2.5" / 6.4 cm
Lug ConnectorLoop
Quick ReleaseYes
Load Capacity15 lb / 6.8 kg
MaterialNeoprene
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.45 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)9 x 4 x 1"

OP/TECH USA 3510232 Reviews

Nice strap for 2 cameras

By Christopher
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-04-19

I am using this to carry a D7100 with longer lens and Z6 with shorter lens. I did add OP/TECH extenders (Extra Long Extension Connectors) to make the strap (both sections) a bit longer. With the extenders it is the perfect size for my 6' frame.

2 camera dude

By Mark O.
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2019-03-25

can be a twin shooter ….!!!!

Its useful... but

By Peggy
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2019-02-11

I think it would be better if there was a way to have a strap across the back side so that when you bend or stoop down to capture a photo you dont have to worry about the cameras bumping into each other or knocking onto the ground even if youre squatting down low... a strap would keep them more at your side rather than falling forwards and to the center... for now Ill just adapt and be careful when I bend over or stoop down low... they seem sturdy and well made...

Great Strap

By RBaskin
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2018-03-07

The only thing keeping me from rating this 5 stars is the instructions. I've been using Op/Tech's regular utility sling for years and really like it.� When I started carrying a second camera around I latched onto Sling-Duo.� W.hat I really like about it is that the easy conversion to carry a single camera My only issue is Op/Tech's instruction to attach your cameras using the lug on the right side of the camera.� If you use a camera with an attached grip or hold the right side up when shooting a vertical composition it just blocks the viewfinder and makes it unworkable.� Simple solution is to use the left lug (as I do on the single sling). Pros: Single shoulder approach makes for a good balance with different weight cameras. Easy removal of second strap makes it usable with just one camera (harness based 2 camera setups are clunkier in this aspect). Op/Tech quality and system! Ability to use the second strap with their tripod loop system for easy carry. Cons: Instructions don't take gripped cameras into account.

Great!!

By Kevin
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2017-12-07

I've only used this in the 'single' mode so far and very pleased with the comfort and ease of wear. Looking forward to using it with both DSLR's strapped on in the near future!

Not as good a design as the original

By Mark
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2017-10-29

I have owned the original two camera sling from Op/Tech for many years. Has served me very well but is starting to show its age. So I ordered the new version and almost wish I hadn't. From a quality standpoint it is well made, as one would expect. The sling design is just a little off for my taste. The left sling is not bad but the right one is just off and restricts camera usage. I've adjust the heck out of it and just can't get a comfortable feel from it. Hope they try again because I've always used Op/Tech slings and found them to be the best there is. Just not this one.

Great solution for two cameras

By Gary
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2019-12-18

I have always liked Op/Tech USA’s straps and slings. I have found they are the most comfortable way to carry a camera all day. This addition makes carrying two cameras easy. I also use it to carry a phone without worrying about dropping it. The Op/Tech step up adapters work really well for that purpose.

Awkward to use, looking elsewhere

By John
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2019-06-26

Build quality is excellent, to be expected from Op/Tech. But I found the sling-duo awkward to adjust and use. As an earlier reviewer noted, the left sling is fairly smooth and with good range of motion, but the right sling doesn't allow as much freedom of movement and the camera tends to get hung up before it reaches a natural shooting position. One other difficulty is that you can't predict how the cameras will hang, so you don't always know what you're grabbing when you reach for them. I'm writing the sling-duo off and looking for another option. For the record, I tested the sling duo with my Nikon D800 and D810, with the f.2.8 24-70 and 70-200 lenses.

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Are the straps adjustable? If so what is the shortest length? I am short, and often find that I cannot adjust the straps so that they are not banging against my legs and hips rather than waist level
Asked by: Elizabeth
Yes they are totally adjustable. I love this thing. It's ergonomically perfect.
Answered by: Liz F.
Date published: 2018-08-26

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Do I need to purchase the camera connectors separately?
Asked by: Zach
Sorry, no. I thought you meant the Velcro straps to secure the connectors. The connectors come with the straps.
Answered by: Daniel R.
Date published: 2018-08-26
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