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OP/TECH USA Utility Strap-Sling (Nature)

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OP/TECH USA
OP/TECH USA Utility Strap-Sling (Nature)
Key Features
  • Holds DSLR with Lens
  • Comfortable 1" Width
  • Adjusts 26.5-31" Cross-Body Strap
  • Load Capacity: 15 lb
Comfortably carry your DSLR with attached lens, or other gear with weighing up to 15 lb with the nature Utility Strap-Sling from OP/TECH USA. Photographers will appreciate the adjustable 26.5-31" cross-body length, and strong 1" wide nylon webbing. This made in the USA strap features a neoprene pad with non-skid surface, Lycra binding, and an internal control stretch system for absorbing shock. Quick disconnect system connectors and Uni-Loops make attaching the strap to the pad and gear fast and easy.
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OP/TECH USA 3510242 Overview

Comfortably carry your DSLR with attached lens, or other gear with weighing up to 15 lb with the nature Utility Strap-Sling from OP/TECH USA. Photographers will appreciate the adjustable 26.5-31" cross-body length, and strong 1" wide nylon webbing. This made in the USA strap features a neoprene pad with non-skid surface, Lycra binding, and an internal control stretch system for absorbing shock. Quick disconnect system connectors and Uni-Loops make attaching the strap to the pad and gear fast and easy.

UPC: 711554350427

OP/TECH USA 3510242 Specs

Strap Length26.5 to 31.0" / 67.3 to 78.7 cm
Strap Width2.5" / 6.4 cm
Lug ConnectorLoop
Quick ReleaseYes
Load Capacity15 lb / 6.8 kg
MaterialNeoprene
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.3 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)13.5 x 3.6 x 2.65"
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Can this strap be used over the left or right ...

Can this strap be used over the left or right shoulder?
Asked by: Michael
Yes, I use it over either shoulder according to what lens is on my camera.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-03-30

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telephoto support?
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes this model could hold a telephoto lens. The maximum weight it can hold up to is 15 lbs (6.8kg).
Answered by: Alex S.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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I'm looking for a cross body strap that does not allow the camera to swing around while hiking mountain trails (i.e. uneven terrain). Is this strap able to be cinched tight enough for camera to stay in place?
Asked by: Caroline L.
The weight of the camera holds it at the hip and it doesn't ride up. As you move the camera will bounce about shifting from lens pointing forward to behind. I tend to keep my hand on the grip most of the time to get at it quickly. When ready to use it sildes up the strap smoothly for quick firing. The sholder strap is very comfortable. I bought it without first trying it out, but found it meets my needs quite well.
Answered by: james b.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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I worry about the solidity of using only one of the strap clips on my Fuji X-T2 with this strap for the unison loop -- is this method completely solid and dependable?
Asked by: Noah
Use both. Solid and dependable. Never roll the dice when it comes to any camera. I use mine on my vintage 35 mm Kodak Pony 135.
Answered by: Todd K.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Does the strap come with the uniloop system connectors or do they have to be purchased separately?
Asked by: Daniel
Strap comes ready to use no extra items need to be purchased. Love the strap, have them on each camera.
Answered by: ROBERT P.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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what size for a 5'9 man?
Asked by: Robert
The smaller one. I'm 6'1'' and I use the smaller one at its tallest setting, so it'll work for you perfectly.
Answered by: Andre G.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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how wide is the shoulder-strap area?
Asked by: Anonymous
sorry I'm late !! the shoulder Pad is maybe 2 1/2 inches - but ket me tell you this system is just the best thing i have tried - I use this strap on my 5d Mark iii and also on my 1d mark iv which is the full bodied heavy pro - also I have carried that with a 300 mm prime no problem - i do use two attachment point with bigger lens etc... - also note you do not have to let the camera hang all the way down as shown - you can adjust the Stops to hold the camera up in the center of your chest too - handy when moving thru a crowd or getting on a bus - things like that -- highly recommend this strp and their chest harness is cool too (I like the non strech vers) you just clip from the shoulder strap and clip into the chest strap - works super at sports or concerts
Answered by: WALTER S K.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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