OP/TECH USA Adapt-Its System Connectors (4-Pieces)

OP/TECH USA Adapt-Its System Connectors (4-Pieces)

OP/TECH USA Adapt-Its System Connectors (4-Pieces)

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  • Plastic Set of Connectors
  • Non-Marring for Use with Swivel Hooks
  • Versatile Design for Other Connectors
  • Only 1" Long, Flexible Plastic
  • Made in the USA
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Attach a swivel hook or other strap connector to your camera with the Adapt-Its System Connectors from OP/TECH USA. Made in the USA, there are four connectors included–enough for more than one camera. Each one is made from flexible, black plastic, and is only 1" long.

Plastic set of four connectors that allows the use of a large strap snap hook on a camera with a small slit
UPC: 711554133402
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OP/TECH USA Adapt-Its System Connectors (4-Pieces)
  • 4 x Adapt-Its
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
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    • 1Description
    Lug Connector Slide-In
    Quick Release Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Material Plastic
    Packaging Inforcvvvtertsvqcvzf
    Package Weight 0.05 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 5.0 x 3.0 x 0.1"
    Adapt-Its System Connectors (4-Pieces) is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 41.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works perfectly! Like some other reviewers, I purchased these for use with my BlackRapid RS-7 strap. I love that strap but it was impossible to use when there was a quick release plate, for a tripod, fastened to my camera. This made setting up my tripod a real pain. With these adapt-its, I can now use both simultaneously; switching from tripod to strap is easy as pie! I have a Canon 7D and it's very difficult to get these on the camera, at first (to me, that's a good thing, it means they're not flimsy). If you follow OP/Tech's advice and put them in very hot (think tea brewing temp) water for 60 seconds, it gets easier. Once they're on, they work perfectly!
    Date published: 2011-12-14
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Remarkably durable plastic Problem: Using a BlackRapid R4 on a camera with a tripod quick release plate is a pain because the R4 d-ring must be unscrewed from the QR plate for tripod mounting. Solution: I knew there was an alternative to the R4 d-ring and Op/Tech delivered with Adapt-Its. I inserted a single Adapt-Its in the strap hole on the QR plate and after tightening the QR plate I securely attached the R4 to the Adapt-Its. With this kit I can quickly transition from tripod to handhold without removing any screw mounted accessories! Concern: I wasn't confident that a single Adapt-Its could be trusted to suspend a costly 5D mkII w/heavy glass, but was proven wrong after a few absurd tests. My first test involved placing two screwdrivers through the Adapt-Its loophole and tugging with all my might to stretch the loop to the point of breakage. No luck. I then enlisted the help of a friend and we were still unsuccessful. Third, I froze the Adapt-Its in my freezer, but simply could not break the frozen piece of plastic! The final test really highlighted the durability of this product I boiled the Adapt-Its for 4+ minutes, fished the loop out of scalding water and still could not stretch the loop to the point of breakage! These things are ridiculously resilient and I feel 100% confident using a single Adapt-Its to suspend my entire rig from a BlackRapid R4 (also an awesome product).
    Date published: 2009-08-12
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Use with Utility Strap Swivel Hook As others have mentioned, you actually get 4 of these little things in a package. Can't beat the price for 4 of them. There are many uses for these cool little things, but I use them with the Utility Strap Swivel Hook By Op/Tech USA. The strap has hooks which hook to these adapt-its on my Canon DSLR. This method leaves the smallest footprint of a strap I know short of not having a strap at all. Now, here is a big tip when installing these Adapt-Its. This is only my personal experience with my Canon XSi and 7D bodies. On one side, it will be easy to push this adapt-it through the hole. You may have to flex it and bend it a little but you should be able to get it thru that side with relative ease. Now the other side where the eyelet for lack of a better term is recessed in a groove (?), I had a tough time getting it thru that hole. Finally I just tore a small piece of paper (or anything thin and small), placed it under the adapt-it and shoved as much of it into the hole as possible. With a small edge of the paper sticking thru, I grabbed it and pull on the paper while pushing on the adapt-it. That piece of paper basically helped give me some leverage and to guide it thru the hole/eyelet. I hope that made sense. A note about the strength of these little things. I have them on my Canon 7D with battery grip and a 70-200 f/2.8IS attached and the Utility Strap Swivel Hook By Op/Tech USA and I have no fears about my camera falling or breaking off my neck. I've also read others mention how they've tested these by hanging heavy things on these adapt-its overnight without problems. I tend to agree... so far I have no fear about these things breaking. They are tough little things. Try em. They're cheap.
    Date published: 2010-07-05
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Small, compact I used this on a Canon EOS 40D. The connector is nice on the lef had side when facing the rear of the camera. It is a pain in the finger-tips (I bet you thought I was going to say something else) on the right side. Canon did not make it easy for this type of connector to be used. You have 2 choice on the right side - jam it in top-down or bottom-up. Either way it will not fit as nice as the left side. I went bottom-up and it is functional, but klutzy. It makes changing straps or removing straps simpler.
    Date published: 2012-11-15
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Gets the job done Elegent simplicity is more important than exotic design. These great little doo-dads let me make my own connector straps so my camera hangs from D-rings on my backpack straps. I also keep a set in my SLR holster. I can detach the strap for the camera holster, put it on my belt, and then use the strap for the camera. You get 4 connectors, thats two sets. I keep a set in my gear bag, so I can always convert the shoulder strap to a camera strap. Saves me some space.
    Date published: 2009-07-27
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works Well these were very difficult to get through the camera strap rings. I wanted a way to attach my homemade r-strap to the camera with out using the screw adapter since I use my tripod often enough. I eventually attached one to the hand strap on my battery grip and the camera works with ease and I can still use my QRP for my tripod. I am more worried about the steel bar on the battery grip giving out before one of these.
    Date published: 2010-06-02
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from GREAT!!! Do what thet are designed too, are constructed very strongly and apear should hold up in the long run. I now can swap out 2 different neck straps whenever I want with ease, or remove it completley when using a tripod in just seconds.............you do need to soak them in hot water to attach to a 5D Mk II, but was not a negative at all, I know it is never going to slip out & get lost
    Date published: 2011-06-20
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Simple, but effective I attached one of these to the left strap position of my T3i in case I want to attach my BlackRapid strap there instead of the tripod position - for those tripod kind of days. I initially tried hot water from the tap and that wasn't good enough. Heat some water in the microwave so that it's quite hot and it will go in much easier.
    Date published: 2012-04-15
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