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RucPac Dual Camera Strap (Black)

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Key Features
  • Holds 2 DSLR/Mirrorless Cameras & Lenses
  • Sling Strap Design
  • Front and Rear Connecting Straps
  • Shoulder Pads
Keep two DSLR or mirrorless cameras and lenses ready for action with the sling-style Dual Camera Strap from RucPac. The Dual Camera Strap features quick release buckles, large shoulder pads for improved comfort, and metal triangle connectors for attachment to your camera lugs. Photographers will appreciate the stability afforded by the front and rear connecting straps.
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RucPac RUPDU Overview

Keep two DSLR or mirrorless cameras and lenses ready for action with the sling-style Dual Camera Strap from RucPac. The Dual Camera Strap features quick release buckles, large shoulder pads for improved comfort, and metal triangle connectors for attachment to your camera lugs. Photographers will appreciate the stability afforded by the front and rear connecting straps.

Professional double cross-body sliding camera sling strap
Wide 60mm strap maximizes comfort by dispersing weight
Polyoxymethylene (POM) strong smart plastic fixings throughout
Three-button quick release (POM) pinch clips
Breathable cushioned padded area
UPC: 718193231995

RucPac RUPDU Specs

Packaging Info
Package Weight0.5 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)12 x 9 x 1"

RucPac RUPDU Reviews

RucPac Dual Camera Strap

By Jose C.
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-02-16

Great strap system. Performed as described.

Handles heavy cameras!

By Samuel
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2021-06-17

I'm not a very large person, and it took a while to adjust the straps to work for me. I walked around with a Nikon D90 with a Sigma 8-16mm lens on one side, and a Nikon D700 with an 80-200/2.8 on the other. It's quite comfortable, and distributes the weight nicely. Once you clinch down the strap brake, the cameras don't swing around much, but the system is probably not going to be good enough for situations involving running. The single-point suspension means that the cameras can spin around. At least once, a lens bounced against my leg as I was walking, and the lens cap got knocked off. During most events where you use this, you probably won't have the caps on anyway. I have to admit, the single clip holding all that gear made me kind of nervous. It seems sturdy, but I don't like having a single point of failure. I understand other brands have a safety retainer that goes to the tripod screw as a backup. I do like that idea, although I also like being able to leave a tripod plate on the camera while using it in this rig. The dual strap can be unclipped to split it into two single camera straps.

Needs assembly instructions - otherwise good budget harness

By Daniel
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2021-05-28

I hope RucPac is reading these reviews, because they need to provide detailed instructions/YouTube video on how to correctly set-up and take advantage of the features of this dual camera strap. Absolutely no instructions were included, and their website provided no (zero) clarity either. Like assembling a new puzzle, I spent a couple hours of trial and error, messing around with what I thought was the correct set-up. I'm still not sure if I optimally set it up. And, what do all these clips do, anyway. Other than the challenge of determining if I'm smarter than a fifth-grader, the harness seems to be well-made and suitable for occasional use with my two Canon EOS R cameras and varying sizes of lenses. And, the three button quick release (POM) pinch clips on this strap are interchangeable with my other RucPac camera straps (very convenient).

SIR, You're *NO* Holdfast Money Maker

By LaGaspa
Rated 2 out of 5
Date: 2021-05-15

If you're thinking you're buying this because you think Holdfast Money Maker is overpriced and THIS is just as good for what you do, you're setting yourself up for disappointment on so many different levels....even when it's on sale here at B&H. Yes, I bought a RucPac Dual Camera Strap with that mindset and I haven't used it. The straps are meh but I don't have confidence in putting $4000 worth of gear on each end of a strap that attaches to the neckstrap's eyelet instead of the base of the camera. I don't feel comfortable leaning forward and my gear is swinging and twirling...it's not balanced. It's dangling by the corner of the camera!! Sorry, I'll stick with my Black Rapid and Spider Camera Holster. They're expandable, reliable and instill confidence in securing my equipment.

Sending it back

By Colleen
Rated 2 out of 5
Date: 2021-04-25

Although this is a well made product, It doesn't come with suggestions on how to use or any accessories to actually hook your cameras to it. I have single straps that came complete with hook up. Ruc-Pac needs to improve their video promo and get to the nitty gritty with its functions or let you know what accessories will work with the straps....

Backup to Black Rapid

By Joseph
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2021-03-28

I primarily use my Black Rapid Double when shooting with different focal length lenses on my cameras, but this RucPac is a good, lower priced alternative. I carry it as a back-up to my BR strap, and also use it when I expect I might be getting into muddy or messy situations. I paired it with the ProMediaGear Quick Release clips--the best on the market if only they would support all cameras still in wide use with their custom brackets with the QR sockets.

Update to my previous 1 star review

By Jay
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2021-09-19

I retrieve my previous one star rating and update it to a 4 star rating. After contacting the manufacturer representative I learned that there is a better way to connect Canon cameras to the dual strap. I removed the triangular connectors and use the end of the strap to connect the cameras as done with Canon straps. It works just as good with a very secure connection. The manufacturer is working on updating the instructions to avoid this misconception.

Does the trick

By Evyn
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2021-07-29

Definitely helpful for certain shoots. Gets the job done.

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Is there a weight limit? I would feel a lot more ...

Is there a weight limit? I would feel a lot more comfortable if it screwed into the tripod mount rather than dangle by a hook.
Asked by: Daniel
This does not have a specified weight limit, but will accommodate most DSLRs with large lenses.
Answered by: Jeremy
Date published: 2021-05-16

Does the strap work well with just one camera ...

Does the strap work well with just one camera attached?
Asked by: tom
Yes, it works fine. You'll have to adjust the strap.
Answered by: William
Date published: 2021-01-17

I once had a strap with a quick release and it ...

I once had a strap with a quick release and it failed. How strong are these?
Asked by: Jacob
These should be more than strong enough but if you are looking for a more rugged option would be the BlackRapids, BL361003
Answered by: Zachariah
Date published: 2021-02-10

Can you purchase additional sections that connect ...

Can you purchase additional sections that connect to the camera?
Asked by: Arnold
You can purchase additional camera connectors to switch out cameras. The strap will only connect to two cameras at a time though.
Answered by: Steve
Date published: 2021-01-21

I received mine yesterday. In the description, it ...

I received mine yesterday. In the description, it says that it is a "sliding camera strap". Is the camera supposed to be able to slide on the strap to eye level so that you don't have to remove the camera to use it? Or is it not supposed to slide that high? If not, what is the point of the strap being able to slide at all?
Asked by: Daniel
I am sorry that you are having problems with the strap. If you watch the demo video on this page, around 2 minutes and 20 seconds in, he demos the dual strap sliding it up to his eye.
Answered by: Dan
Date published: 2021-05-25

Does the camera work well with just one camera ...

Does the camera work well with just one camera attached?
Asked by: tom
Yes. The biggest advantage I've found to strap systems like this is you never have to worry about the camera strap slipping off your shoulder. To that end, regardless if you have one camera attached or two, it works great.
Answered by: Eric
Date published: 2021-01-15

Can it be separated to be used as a single sling?

Can it be separated to be used as a single sling?
Asked by: Sherman
Unfortunately, these straps cannot be separated.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2021-01-15
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