OP/TECH USA Bino/Cam Harness Binocular or Camera Strap (Webbing Version)

OP/TECH USA Bino/Cam Harness Binocular or Camera Strap (Webbing Version)

OP/TECH USA Bino/Cam Harness Binocular or Camera Strap (Webbing Version)

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OP/TECH USA Bino/Cam Harness Binocular or Camera Strap (Webbing Version)

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  • Self-adjusts to Balance Gear
  • Loop Attachment System
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The Op/Tech Bino/Cam Harness - Webbing Version (Black) self-adjusts to comfortably balance a binocular or camera while in use or in the idle position against the body. The loop attachment system enables the harness to quickly snap in place.

Fits most cameras & binoculars using a loop attachment system
Stabilizes gear against the body while enabling it to glide up and down the strap during use
Easy to attach and fully adjustable
UPC: 711554534124
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OP/TECH USA Bino/Cam Harness Binocular or Camera Strap (Webbing Version)
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    • 1Description
    Material Black webbing
    Attachment Method Loop system
    Weight 3.2 oz (91g)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.2 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 5.0 x 4.0 x 0.4"
    Bino/Cam Harness Binocular or Camera Strap (Webbing Version) is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 35.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Excellent Tool Used to carry a Nikon D300 w/Grip, Lens 12-24mm f/4G IF-ED Fairly adjustable for chest size ( 5'11 x 180 lbs, ), it rides around fine in walking mode ( hands free ), if bicycling it would need a additional strap as there is swing out from the torso, if in the bent forward school of cycling. Uncliping the right hanger clip and you can raise the camera to eye level and rotate if using the grip for portrait mode while keeping the camera attached via the left clip. Getting the straps adjusted is a bit fiddly, but it cannot be helped. The center of the strap control in the back ( between the scapulae ) is awkward and can become twisted and needs attention.
    Date published: 2008-10-21
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for Biking! I already had the Op/Tech sling, so I knew I liked the uni-loop system. I bought this harness to use when biking rail trails, and it works perfectly for that purpose. I use it with a Pentax K-50 and a 21mm lens, and the harness keeps the camera snug against my chest -- no bouncing around at all. I've used it on 30- and 40-mile rides, and I hardly even think about the camera being there except when shooting. It's so nice to have the camera always ready to use without it dangling uncomfortably. It probably wouldn't work quite as well with a large lens, but it's great for small primes or maybe even a small kit zoom lens it's. Wish I'd gotten this years ago!
    Date published: 2015-10-22
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great idea but not well executed I am a short person with neck and shoulder problems so the harness idea for use with my binoculars with this strap works very well to relieve the stress. Once the harness is on the binoculars move up and down with ease. My issues are 1. with untangling and sorting out the straps to put the harness on, 2. strap adjustment is tricky with a 3 point harness, 3. and the straps do not shorten enough for my height with the 3 point harness. Perhaps the 4 point harnesses work better.
    Date published: 2009-09-10
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Does the job I get a sore neck if the camera strap is around it for too long so thought I'd try this harness. It does work but it doesn't take off as much pressure as I'd like. For me the straps sort of come close to the neck anyway so I still have a bit of pressure there but it is definitely worth buying to redistribute the weight a bit. Many people mentioned that it's difficult to put on, it's basically a jumble of chord before you figure it out but it doesn't take that long to figure out or un-twist it. It could be made to be a little more comfortable (padding).
    Date published: 2013-01-01
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for relieving sore necks! I bought one of these straps a couple of years ago and liked it so well, I bought another as a gift. The straps that come with binoculars, or cameras for that matter, typically just go around your neck and hang there. The problem with that, is that after awhile it gives you a sore neck. These straps spread the load across your back and shoulders. I've used them for up to 6 or 7 hours at a time without any discomfort. The other nice thing, is that they don't swing around as much, this strap holds your binocular / camera right against your chest.
    Date published: 2010-05-18
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Works fine but not for some binoculars This harness probably works fine for most cameras and binoculars but the loops which create the attachment to the camera/binocular are too short to allow the use of the eyepiece rain guards that came with my Canon 12x36 and Swarovski 7x42 binoculars. In both cases the rain and mist guards are intended to be attached to one side of the neck strap and flop out of the way when you raise the binoculars to your eyes. Unlike the neckstraps that came with these binoculars, this harness provides no place to attach the rain guards.
    Date published: 2012-12-31
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Product I purchased this harness to replace an elastic one that had stretched out of shape. I like the webbing version since it will hold it's shape. The only thing I would have liked better is having clips to attach it to my camera which would allow me to change to a single strap quickly when not out in the field.
    Date published: 2012-02-08
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from The ultimate camera strap ! Originally conceived as a binocular harness, the OP/TECH Bino/Cam harness is the ultimate camera strap for photographers on the move. It distributes weight onto your shoulders (and not your neck), so you can carry heavy gear for long periods of time. The harness is adjustable, so you can position your camera at an ideal height. Furthermore, the camera sits snug to your body, enabling you to walk, hike, climb (or even dance for that matter!) without the camera swinging all over. When shooting events, this harness enables me to move freely and swiftly through crowds without having to worry about my gear. When shooting nature, this harness enables me to move comfortably on rough and uneven terrain, so that I can concentrate on keeping my balance, and again, not worry about my gear. When using this harness, the camera practically becomes an extension of your body. I highly, highly recommend it!
    Date published: 2015-01-17
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