Think Tank Photo Pixel Racing Harness V2.0 (Black)

Think Tank Photo Pixel Racing Harness V2.0 (Black)

Think Tank Photo Pixel Racing Harness V2.0 (Black)

B&H # THPRH MFR # 017
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Product Highlights

  • Fits Pro Speed, Thin Skin, Steroid Belts
  • One Size Fits All
  • Foam Padded, Lightweight
  • Dual Stretch Accessory Pockets
  • Completely Adjustable
  • Quick-Release Buckle on Rear Strap
  • D-Rings for Accessories
  • Compresses When Folded
  • Lifetime Warranty Against Defects
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The black Pixel Racing Harness V2.0 from Think Tank is a one-size fits-all accessory for your optional Pro Speed, Thin Skin or Steroid Belt. The foam padding is lightweight, comfortable and the belt is fully adjustable. It comes complete with two stretch pockets for small items like memory cards, batteries and the like. D-rings are provided on which you can attach additional accessories such as pouches. The rear of the harness contains a quick-release buckle for rapid placement.

The harness is easy on your back and will make long periods of shooting much more tolerable. The weight distribution it provides is noticeable especially if you're shooting weddings or press work that requires extended time on your feet. Your shoulders and hips will benefit from the relief.

It's also compatible with Think Tank's optional Camera Support Straps that will accommodate one or two cameras with lenses. When you're not using it, it folds small for storage. It's backed by Think Tank's lifetime warranty against manufacturer's defects.

Attaches to Pro Speed Belt, Thin Skin Belt or Steroid Speed Belt
Padded, yet lightweight and compressible
Foam padded
Two stretch pockets
Fully adjustable
D-Rings to attach accessories
Quick-release buckle on rear strap attachment
One size fits all
Compatible with optional Camera Support Straps V2.0
UPC: 874530000171
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Think Tank Photo Pixel Racing Harness V2.0 (Black)
  • Lifetime Warranty Against Manufacturer's Defects
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    Think Tank Photo 017 specs

    Material Nylon
    Folded Dimensions 8.5 x 2.0 x 3.0" (21.6 x 5.1 x 7.6 cm)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.5 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 8.6 x 3.9 x 3.1"

    Think Tank Photo 017 reviews

    Pixel Racing Harness V2.0 (Black) is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 25.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great add-on!! I got this specifically to deal with a frustration I had with the speed belt that otherwise I thought was outstanding.... with the belt loaded up on hikes i was always feeling like I was holding up the belt. This fixes that and pushes the heaviest loads off to the shoulders. I do not plan to use it every day in every situation... with one or even two pouches I don't know that you need it... but I use two lens changers, the water bottle holder, stuff it, and a holster to keep the camera under control on the trail... if you load up like I do... you will thank yourself for adding this to your belt!!
    Date published: 2013-10-30
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Harness/Support System I purchased the harness to complement my Pro Speed belt. I also have a number of belt attachments and combine them depending on what type of photography I am doing. The Think Tank belt/harness system is an excellent alternative to carrying a backpack. Originally I just had the belt system and found it was uncomfortable when wearing it for long periods. However, since purchasing the harness the support has been fantastic when the belt loaded with accessories. I would recommend this product for photographers who need a versatile system that can be adapted to most any photographic situation and who need a good support system.
    Date published: 2014-04-24
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from really good harness - i use with spider really good harness - i use with spider dual holster system. with 2 camera attach and both long lense so the spider belt doesn't hold them too well. The weight keep pullling everything down . With the harness, it help it keep balance.
    Date published: 2014-06-16
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Useful When Loaded Down I employ this with either of the lighter two Think Tank belts, and it's a real Godsend when employing even a modest number of pouches after a few hours. The mesh should pads wick away moisture well, which is key, and they also provide sufficient padding and weight distribution to stabilize the belts and ensure they don't droop. That being said, adjust this harness carefully, because if its straps are shortened excessively, your back will assuredly soon be screaming in pain, as main was during my first five hour concert. Ease up on the straps and use them for stability rather than weight-bearing, and you should do well. (Bear in mind, though, that this necessitates your properly adjusting the hip-belts, which, due to Think Tank's Buckle Stops, have perhaps a bit more of a learning curve to adjust properly, but are similarly that much more effective in holding adjustment settings over time.) Overall, great product, and when needed, a really, really useful one.
    Date published: 2015-07-23
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good harness, works on any belts. Good harness and very good design. It should be pairs with the a belt from the same brand however I use so far a random belt. It feels comfortable and help to support an heavy belt. I personally hook accessories on the harness. At first I wanted to clip the Capture Pro on it, it works. However with the weight of the camera, its goes a bit off on the arm. A clip on the chest between the two strap would have been a good idea to add more support and stability.
    Date published: 2016-05-31
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good accessory to belt Got this for use with my Steroid Speed Belt. It attaches to the D-rings, but you end up with a lot of extra strap material. I think this harness was designed primarily for the Think Tank Pro and Thin Skin belts where the strap material would affix to the belt itself. Good for taking any weight off your hips while working events. Would be better if they were more clear about how compatible it is with the Steroid belt. I'd still recommend it though.
    Date published: 2012-11-06
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Does What I Want I got this and the Think Tank Photo Camera Support Straps V2.0 to carry my camera with a Canon 300mm f2.8 lens. That is a lot of weight and no regular camera strap just hanging around my neck was going to cut it for a day of hiking with camera ready to shoot. This does the job fairly well. It could use a bit more padding, but with the rear strap keeping the weight off the back of your neck and on your shoulders it is the best set-up I have found so far. I don't have their belt and it isn't needed since the straps will loop around any belt two inches wide or thinner.
    Date published: 2016-06-08
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from A perfect combination with the steroid belt I use this harness with the steroid belt, one holster holding pro body attach to 70-200 2.8 body on the right, two sizes of lens changer each capable of holding 14-24 and 24-70, with the hubba hubba hiney attach to the left which can be replaced by another shorter hostler holding a 2nd body with a shorter len attached. this set up allows me to attend events with all gears without the potential issue of being bar from entry owing to some location may not allow backpack type camera back as a security precaution. The load distribution off my shoulder makes moving around very easy. About the only concern is the mesh over the shoulder can be vulnerable to rip if you walk in very confine areas. Very good produt from Think Tank.
    Date published: 2017-05-29
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