OP/TECH USA Stabilizer Strap (Black)

OP/TECH USA Stabilizer Strap (Black)

OP/TECH USA Stabilizer Strap (Black)

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OP/TECH USA Stabilizer Strap (Black)

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  • Holds Camera Close to the Body
  • Comfortable Neoprene with Nylon Webbing
  • Fully Adjustable 19-55" Length
  • Quick Disconnects
  • Made in the USA
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Designed to prevent unwanted movement, the made in the USA, black Stabilizer Strap from OP/TECH USA will hold many camera and lens combinations close to your body. The strap is fully adjustable from 19-55", and can be easily customized by merely cutting the webbing to the desired length. The quick disconnect makes the strap easy to attach and remove.

Neoprene with nylon webbing strap that fits over most camera/lens combinations and holds them close to the body
Easy to attach using an existing neck strap
Fully adjustable 19-55" length
Washable
Quick disconnects
Made in the USA
UPC: 711554530126
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OP/TECH USA Stabilizer Strap (Black)
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
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    • 1Description
    Strap Length 19.0 to 55.0" / 48.3 to 139.7 cm
    Lug Connector Loop
    Quick Release Yes
    Material Neoprene
    Weight 2.4 oz / 68.0 g
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.2 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 8.0 x 4.0 x 0.2"
    Stabilizer Strap (Black) is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 30.
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great idea, could be better Used it on a strenuous day hike in Sierra with Canon 40D and 17-85 IS and 50mm lenses. The setup was much more stable with 50mm, but still good with much larger 17-85. Really freed my hands, also nicely redistributed the weight which helped my neck big time. It's well padded in the front but I didn't like the narrow belt. It might be ok for P&S, but for DSLR a wider belt is a must. Usage: The only reasonable way to shoot is not to unbuckle the belt, but to remove the camera from the stabilizer thru the hole in the neoprene thing, shoot, then put it back on. Almost lost my lens cap a few times in the process.
    Date published: 2008-10-23
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Does what it's sopposed to. I thought I'd be more excited about this than I am. If you are strictly hiking long distances and want your camera in front of you without swinging around this is perfect. However, I found that I was shooting too often and reclipping the strap after each shot became a pain in the butt. It also got a bit uncomfortable to have the strap wrap all the way around my torso. I found just slipping my arm through the strap kept the camera from moving just as well and was easier to manage (although not a great solution if wearing a bulky bakpack.) These can be great tools for POV (Point of View) shots though. ...
    Date published: 2008-06-02
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Doesn't look pretty, but does great job It doesn't look pretty, but does a great job. It is useful when hiking up steep inclines at helping stabilizing your camera and keeping it from being a heavy weight swinging freely from your neck. Going down steep inclines it is not as effective but better than having nothing to hold the camera. The snaps make it easy to get the camera ready for most shots when you need to get the camera quickly. It easily holds in place the Canon 5d and 24-105 lens while hiking up steep inclines allowing you to focus on the hike.
    Date published: 2008-08-25
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Does the trick but one trick only. If you're hiking/back packing with a DSLR around your neck, you know the problem of a heavy object bobbing on and off your chest. While hiking Yosemite, where I shot photos at nearly every turn, I yearned of using a strap like this. It works well for this purpose, is featherlight and only $ shipped free so, I think it's a decent value. It still bobbed a bit with 18-70mm lens pointed out, hence the 4 stars. I found it most comfortable with the lens pointed down.
    Date published: 2013-04-09
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Perfect for hikers and bikers I had been looking for something like this for quite a while. I like to hike and have the camera ready but was always bothered by the way the camera bounced around. This clever strap holds the camera steady and in place. Especially useful when climbing over rocks or obstacles. I've also found it great when I'm trail biking. The only thing that kept me from giving this product 5 stars is my limited experience with it thus far. Don't know how well it will hold up over time.
    Date published: 2008-05-06
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is the answer! This is exactly what you need to keep your camera at the ready both while hiking or while traveling. It keeps the camera right where you need it. Stops the swinging problem. Get one. I use my stabilizer strap with an SLR with a medium zoom lens. Works great.
    Date published: 2008-04-28
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worked GREAT!!! Went hiking in Zion National Park along with some bouldering. I never had to worry about my camera pulling on my neck or crashing into any rocks. Highly recommended for use when climbing, hiking or any other activity with a lot of movement.
    Date published: 2010-05-26
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Stabilizer Strap works perfectly I use a NikonD200 with a Neoprene neck strap and the neoprene, flexible Stabilizer Strap (Op/Tech USA) around my chest when camera is not in use. The stabilizer precents the camera swaying when I am running, climbing, or otherwise active, even getting out of crowded vehicles. The stbilizer prevents the strap from impacting anything like branches, rock walls, furniture, or the person in the seat ahead of me. It permits the camera to instantly slip out of the stabilizer, leaving the strap in position./ The strap length is adjustable to fit over a bulky jacket or vest, and the snap-on ends make it easy to fit.The central lens opening can be enlarged to fit extremely wide diameter lenses. I canot imagine how it could be improved.
    Date published: 2012-03-16
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