OP/TECH USA Pro Loop Strap (Navy Blue)

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OP/TECH USA
OP/TECH USA Pro Loop Strap (Navy Blue)
Key Features
  • Fits Most Cameras and Binoculars
  • Lightweight 2.5" Wide Neoprene Pad
  • Nonslip Pad with a Slight Curve
  • Attaches with Loop Connectors
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Carry your DSLR or mirrorless camera and mounted lens with greater comfort thanks to the navy blue Pro Loop Strap from OP/TECH USA. The strap features a 2.5" wide, curved pad constructed of neoprene attached to an adjustable 37 - 43" long, 3/4" webbed nylon strap with leather tabs. Photographers will appreciate the nonslip underside, quick-disconnects, and thin cord loops that are easy to attach to the camera strap lugs. This made in the USA strap has a comfort rating of fifteen pounds.
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OP/TECH USA 1503372 Overview

Carry your DSLR or mirrorless camera and mounted lens with greater comfort thanks to the navy blue Pro Loop Strap from OP/TECH USA. The strap features a 2.5" wide, curved pad constructed of neoprene attached to an adjustable 37 - 43" long, 3/4" webbed nylon strap with leather tabs. Photographers will appreciate the nonslip underside, quick-disconnects, and thin cord loops that are easy to attach to the camera strap lugs. This made in the USA strap has a comfort rating of fifteen pounds.

Strong, durable, adjustable strap with a nonslip grip
Lightweight 2.5" wide neoprene pad has slight curve to rest lower on the neck
Quick disconnect system connectors
Strap loops through the connection area to form a slip knot which "falls" away freely from the camera when in use
Compatible with most DSLR cameras and large binoculars
UPC: 711554370319

OP/TECH USA 1503372 Specs

Strap Length37.0 to 44.0" / 94.0 to 111.8 cm
Strap Width2.5" / 6.4 cm
Lug ConnectorLoop
Quick ReleaseYes
Load Capacity15 lb / 6.8 kg
MaterialNeoprene
Weight3.2 oz / 90.7 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.205 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)13.1 x 4.3 x 2.15"
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I saw that the outer cover layers are glued to ...

I saw that the outer cover layers are glued to the foam rather than stitched (and the foam edges are exposed). Wouldn't it be an issue over time? Start peeling off?
Asked by: JONATHAN
Under normal use the fabric remains bonded securely to the neoprene. Like any product subject to abrasion, it can delaminate if the edges of the strap pad are abused regularly. The Super Classic Strap and the Utility Strap offer pads with edges bound in Lycra for added durability.
Answered by: OP/TECH USA Team
Date published: 2020-09-25

Will it attach to a Ricoh11 and Ricoh 111?

Will it attach to a Ricoh11 and Ricoh 111?
Asked by: Louis
It should. Looking at the photos of the Ricoh11 I see strap eyelets. The OP/Tech strap attaches using a pair of loop connectors (they're a heavy string) that should fit the Ricoh's eyelets. I use this strap to carry a heavy SLR, and I like it enough that when I wore out my first one I replaced it with a second one.
Answered by: Robert
Date published: 2020-05-22

Would this be usable with a Canon G7xii?

Would this be usable with a Canon G7xii?
Asked by: Harvey
I am a Nikon girl so I don't know for sure but I can't image it not working if you have two triangular attachments one on each side of your camera.
Answered by: Vicki
Date published: 2020-05-21

Are the plastic parts of this strap resistant? ...

Are the plastic parts of this strap resistant? Can't you break and drop my camera to the ground?
Asked by: Agustin
The plastic parts are extremely strong and can easily carry the weight of your camera. The quick disconnects have been tested with a tensile strength of over 148lbs .... not that we'd ever recommend that, but it goes to show the strength of our hardware used in the strap. Some plastics are considerably stronger than some metals. They've improved tremendously over the years. I noticed the community comment concerning the Canon CPS Strap. We also manufacture that strap and it's very strong and comfortable. It uses the same pad that is in our Utility Strap Series. I hope that this information is helpful. Cheers!
Answered by: OP/TECH USA Team
Date published: 2020-02-26

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Does it really say Op/Tech USA in big letters on the visible side, or is this just for the ads? I think I would love this if that weren't so visible.
Asked by: Deirdre
Yup, fairly visible company lettering but then, made in the USA, inexpensive so why not support them by giving a little promo since they're charging so little for these. Most photogs will know Op-tech anyhow. We US consumers are a difficult bunch to accommodate: either it's too expensive, or we're unhappy about "advertising" for a small company, or any other host of complaints. One customer suggested using a "magic marker" to black out the lettering. While I don't know what a magic marker is, a felt-tip/flow permanent marker will also work if supporting those U.S. jobs bothers you that much.
Answered by: DAVID J
Date published: 2019-05-03

Would this work well with a Nikon D5500?

Would this work well with a Nikon D5500?
Asked by: Marion
The Pro Loop Strap is a great option for the Nikon D5500. The loop attachments are very secure and the pad is designed to absorb the jolts of your movements while conforming to your neck and shoulders to effectively disburse the weight of your camera. Be sure to connect the male connector to the right side of your camera. This way the curve of the pad will be in the correct position. Thanks for considering our products.
Answered by: OP/TECH USA Team
Date published: 2019-01-29

Are the connections with plastic loop connectors? ...

Are the connections with plastic loop connectors? Is it resistant? Can you break the clasp and release the camera?
Asked by: Agustin
The loops are actually made with 1/4" tubular nylon webbing so that it's extremely strong and durable while still being flexible and easy to use. The quick release buckles are extremely strong and are tested at over 145 lbs. They can be removed from the main body of the strap by squeezing both sides of the buckle at the same time. This is ideal when doing tripod work and you don't want the entire strap hanging from the tripod. I hope that this information is helpful. Cheers!
Answered by: OP/TECH USA Team
Date published: 2018-12-10

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will this be ok for a Leica M6 or M3 body?
Asked by: Manojchandra
I am sure Op/Tech has a good strap for your rangefinder cameras but this strap is intended for mid to full sized DSLR and is rated for up to 15 lbs.
Answered by: Kent R.
Date published: 2018-08-26
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