Think Tank Photo Camera Support Straps V2.0 (Black)

Think Tank Photo Camera Support Straps V2.0 (Black)

Think Tank Photo Camera Support Straps V2.0 (Black)

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Think Tank Photo Camera Support Straps V2.0 (Black)

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Product Highlights

  • Fits Think Tank Backpacks and Harnesses
  • Holds One or Two DSLRs With Lenses
  • Minimizes Neck/Shoulder Stress
  • Double Gate Keeper Clip Snaps in Place
  • Metal Clips Attach to Camera Strap V2.0
  • Nylon Webbing
  • Antique Nickel Plated Hardware
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The black Camera Support Straps V2.0 from Think Tank is a neat accessory to have if you already own a Think Tank backpack or harness. It allows you to link up with an optional Think Tank Camera Strap and hold one or two DSLRs with a system that is designed to minimize stress on your neck and shoulders. This eliminates the necessity of removing y our backpack to gain access to your equipment. Your cameras are always comfortably hanging in front, ready to shoot.

The Double Gate Keeper Clip snaps into place and holds the strap securely. The metal clips on the optional Camera Support Strap attach to the rings contained on the Camera Support Strap V2.0. The nylon webbing combined with 3-ply bonded thread provides a strong fit. The metal hardware features handsome antique nickel plated hardware providing a nice stylish and finishing touch.

The Camera Support Straps V2.0 attach to all Think Tank backpacks and most Think Tank Harnesses. Once connected to a backpack or harness, the Camera Support Straps V2.0 provide the connection point for linking a Think Tank Camera Strap to the backpack
Provides attachment points on harness for optional Think Tank Camera Strap
Supports one or two DSLR cameras with lenses attached
Double Gate Keeper attachment clip snaps securely into place; metal clips at the ends of the Camera Support Straps attach to the rings built into the Camera Strap V2.0
Reduces stress on neck and shoulders
Compatibility
Connects the optional Think Tank Camera Strap to any Think Tank backpack and most optional Think Tank harnesses
Supports one or two DSLR cameras with lenses attached
UPC: 874530002588
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Think Tank Photo Camera Support Straps V2.0 (Black)
  • 2 x Accessory Straps
  • Lifetime Warranty Against Manufacturer's Defects
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    • 1Description
    Material Antique nickel plated metal hardware
    Nylon webbing
    3-ply bonded nylon thread
    Length 6.0 - 19.0" (15.2 - 48.3 cm)
    Attachment Method Double Gate Keeper attachment clip snaps securely into place
    Metal clips at the ends of the Camera Support Straps attach to the rings built into the optional Camera Strap V2.0
    Weight 0.2 lb (90.7 g)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.2 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 4.8 x 3.0 x 1.3"
    Camera Support Straps V2.0 (Black) is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 20.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from It's Alll You Need When I first got the straps I looked at them and said, That's it? However, after using them on a five day backpacking trip in the High Sierras with a forty pound pack they worked perfectly. Before you buy, make sure you have a place on your pack where they can go and not slide down the back pack strap. My one fear with my GH4 was that with the 100 - 300 lens on it would bounce around too much. Turns out it wasn't a problem at all. Certainly not a problem with my 12 - 35 lens. Sometimes a simple idea and a simple concept is all you need to make it work. Highly recommended for those who shoot with a backpack.
    Date published: 2015-06-30
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for Hiking These Nylon camera straps are easily adjustable and have heavy nickel plated quick release hooks. The hooks that attach to the backpack webbing are plastic but have locks that seem to be very secure. The support straps are a real relief for your neck, especially for long treks. I have adjusted my straps to hang high on my chest so my camera does not bounce, twist or swing while moving about. You should be aware that to remove your backpack you must first unhook your camera; it is quick and easy so I do not find this to be an issue. The straps come with a handy nylon pouch for storage when not in use. My straps were advertised as black but the straps I received are gray I don't care but you may.
    Date published: 2014-04-16
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Why didn't I think of this sooner? I am an avid hiker/backpacker and have always struggled with having my camera handy while hiking. Having it around my neck is awful. I use trekking poles so both hands are occupied while I'm moving, plus I can't use a cross-body kind of camera strap/sling or the poles would bump it constantly, plus it's nearly impossible to find a sling system that's also compatible with wearing a big backpack. So the camera would go into the pack and I ended up just not taking photos during the hike because it was so darn annoying to take the big pack off and get the camera out of it... I needed something new and clever to solve my problem. This is it! I bought this plus the Think Tank camera strap, and latched these little supports on to my backpack and it's perfect. That's the tidbit they don't tell you in the write-up of this product but that I was banking on when I bought it after carefully examining the photos: you aren't limited to using it with a Think Tank backpack. Any pack that has any vertically-oriented webbing on the shoulder harness will do. Mine are attached to the little bit of vertical webbing way up at the top of my shoulders. Basically it's attached to the load-lifter straps of the pack. The height at which the camera hangs can be adjusted quite easily and to quite a range so that when it bounces a little as you walk it can hit at a comfortable spot and not get in your way. Then you just raise it up to your eye with ease and shoot whenever you want to. I can hike and shoot, hike and shoot, without making my hiking partners wait for me to put the whole pack down and fish the camera out! I cannot recommend this product highly enough to anyone who hikes with more than just a tiny daypack, or especially with a multi-day backpack and wants their camera out there with them. I can use this with my mirrorless or with my big DSLR. Having the Think Tank camera strap with it is important, for the connection points, so definitely get that too.
    Date published: 2015-05-10
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Must to Carry DSLR into the field. Simply attaches to your backpack / camera strap. Easily adjustable and strong enough for a Canon 5D Mark II and 2.8 IS II 70-200 zoom with ease. Just took it on a 4 day trip to the Never Summer Wilderness in Arapaho National Forest, CO. worked great - so much more comfortable than trying to rig camera straps around backpack straps to keep it at your ready... A must for backpackers who take their photography serious.
    Date published: 2012-07-09
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works with other backpacks too! Why didn't someone think of this before? I am an avid hiker/backpacker and have always struggled with having my camera handy while hiking. Having it around my neck is awful. I use trekking poles so both hands are occupied while I'm moving, plus I can't use a cross-body kind of camera strap/sling or the poles would bump it constantly, plus it's nearly impossible to find a sling system that's also compatible with wearing a big backpack. So the camera would go into the pack and I ended up just not taking photos during the hike because it was so darn annoying to take the big pack off and get the camera out of it... I needed something new and clever to solve my problem. This is it! I bought this plus the Think Tank camera strap, and latched these little supports on to my backpack and it's perfect. That's the tidbit they don't tell you in the write-up of this product but that I was banking on when I bought it after carefully examining the photos: you aren't limited to using it with a Think Tank backpack. Any pack that has any vertically-oriented webbing on the shoulder harness will do. Mine are attached to the little bit of vertical webbing way up at the top of my shoulders. Basically it's attached to the load-lifter straps of the pack. The height at which the camera hangs can be adjusted quite easily and to quite a range so that when it bounces a little as you walk it can hit at a comfortable spot and not get in your way. Then you just raise it up to your eye with ease and shoot whenever you want to. I can hike and shoot, hike and shoot, without making my hiking partners wait for me to put the whole pack down and fish the camera out! I cannot recommend this product highly enough to anyone who hikes with more than just a tiny daypack, or especially with a multi-day backpack and wants their camera out there with them. I can use this with my mirrorless or with my big DSLR. Having the Think Tank camera strap with it is important, for the connection points, so definitely get that too.
    Date published: 2015-05-03
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Keeps the camera at the ready. It took me about a half day to get used to these straps, and get comfortable with using them, and now I really like them. I do hold or strap the camera and lens though when I am walking so it doesn't bounce. Makes for an easy to use system when I am constantly up and down with the camera. Leaves my hands readily free to position my subject. Also, it keeps the camera from being stepped on or knocked over since it is right in front of me.
    Date published: 2017-08-03
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from creative and lightweight necessity I like this product because it makes things a bit easier to carry when you want to attach your camera onto your pack. it's small enough to carry as a secondary option. Also option for having 2 cameras out - one clipped on with this device and other say on shoulder strap. I like a lot of their products.
    Date published: 2016-10-27
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent! These make the world of difference when carrying a camera and a backpack. As noted by other reviewers many backpacks - not just ThinkTank packs - have suitable attachment points. These make carrying a camera so much more comfortable it is almost worth wearing a pack just to use these!
    Date published: 2016-10-24
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