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OP/TECH USA Super Classic Sling (Black)

BH #OPSCSBHC • MFR #1001042
OP/TECH USA Super Classic Sling (Black)
Key Features
  • For Mirrorless or DSLRs with Heavy Lens
  • Holds a Camera and Lens up to 15 lb
  • 0.75" Wide Nylon Webbing Strap
  • Adjustable 25-36" Cross Body Strap
The black OP/TECH USA Super Classic Sling is an over-the-shoulder camera strap that can be slung over your left or right shoulder, to support a mirrorless or DSLR camera with large lenses up to 15 lb. Constructed from 0.75"-wide nylon webbing, it has a neoprene pad with a non-skid surface along the interior, so the pad stays secure on your shoulder. The strap is adjustable from 25 to 36" and the Uni-Loop connectors attach directly to your camera's lugs. Your camera attaches to the quick disconnects, so it hangs comfortably at your side and allows you to move freely without obstruction.
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OP/TECH USA 1001042 Overview

The black OP/TECH USA Super Classic Sling is an over-the-shoulder camera strap that can be slung over your left or right shoulder, to support a mirrorless or DSLR camera with large lenses up to 15 lb. Constructed from 0.75"-wide nylon webbing, it has a neoprene pad with a non-skid surface along the interior, so the pad stays secure on your shoulder. The strap is adjustable from 25 to 36" and the Uni-Loop connectors attach directly to your camera's lugs. Your camera attaches to the quick disconnects, so it hangs comfortably at your side and allows you to move freely without obstruction.

UPC: 711554100428

OP/TECH USA 1001042 Specs

Strap Length25 to 36" / 63.50 to 91.44 cm
Strap Width0.75" / 1.91 cm
Lug ConnectorLoop
Quick ReleaseYes
Load Capacity15 lb / 6.8 kg
MaterialLeather, Neoprene, Nylon
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.3 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)11.65 x 5.4 x 2.7"

OP/TECH USA 1001042 Reviews

Comfortable, good value

By Brandon
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2021-12-08

I find this sling to be very comfortable, although I am using it with a relatively lightweight mirrorless camera, so cannot say what it would feel like with a much heavier camera. The compatibility with other OP/TECH products like a wrist strap is very convenient. I am very tall, and I find the length to be more than adequate. The sliding mechanism when raising the camera for use is adequate, but I do sometimes wish it were a little more smooth. The mechanism for tightening the sling when not shooting and then loosening it to shoot is hampered somewhat by the pad not gripping well enough to avoid sliding out of place on my shoulder if I only use one hand to make the adjustments.

Comfortable

By James
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2019-07-01

Was concerned about the way it hooks up to only one side of my camera but got used to it in a hurry.

She's very happy...

By Kevin
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2019-05-30

Bought this for my wife to eliminate the 'standard' neck strap. She was very comfortable carrying the DSLR camera, all day long at an airshow, with this strap. She's happy, I'm happy. :-)

So far so good, but ask me again later

By David
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2018-06-25

This appears to be an outstanding strap. The shoulder pad does generally stay on the shoulder, My rig slides up and down the strap easily, and I'm confident it can support heavy equipment. I have a Canon 1D X and a Canon 500mm f/4 II lens. So far, so good.

Loop strap, clutters rear of camera

By Kevin
Rated 2 out of 5
Date: 2020-09-06

I thought I would like this, but I don't. Straps and clips tend to bunch up right over the rear screen and user controls. I can see this being good for an old medium format film camera, but not good for a DSLR

PRECISELY WHAT I WANTED

By Alan
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-05-06

Well-made, sturdy, perfect for my X100V. It's the second one I've bought. I've used the other for my DMC-LX7 which is a little lighter than the X100V and it's durable and easy to use.

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What's the difference between this and the OP/TECH USA Utility Strap-Sling (Black) B&H # OPSUSBZ MFR # 3501242 ?
Asked by: Christina
The only difference is in the shape of the pad. The pad construction and the connectors are all the same. As the Utility version has a curved pattern, it is designed primarily for the left shoulder which is most common. It can be worn on the right shoulder but you'd need to purchase a set of Gender Changers so that the orientation of the strap can be changed to function properly. The Super Classic Sling can be worn easily on the left or right shoulder as it uses a straight pad design. They are both extremely comfortable so it's merely a matter of perference.
Answered by: OP/TECH USA Team
Date published: 2019-07-18
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