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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on October 16, 2012
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I took a chance on this as I had never used a sling before much less a dual sling. I was skeptical that the cameras would swing around and hit each other or things/people around me. As a wedding photographer, its challenging to shoot outside my comfort zone however within a few minutes, It felt completely natural and became second nature to reach down and grab the camera I needed. The accessory hook is perfect for my memory card pouch and the build quality is great. In fact, I will say that its better than the overpriced name brand (BR) as it has the metal wire in the straps for added security. I will note that I did a slight mod on mine. I replaced the hooks with the BR fasteners so that all my straps are on a matching system BlackRapid RFH-3SB Fastenr (FR-3) (Black) now switching from the dual sling to the single sling is much easier.

not sure it it will work yet but I intend on strapping the flash external battery pack to the rear center of the harness. Ill post an update if this turns out to be a terrible idea.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on March 8, 2013
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I was hesitant at first but have to say, I am very happy with this strap so far. The two camera slings are removable, so it is possible to take one sling off as a one camera solution. When you do that, the sling is nothing more than a strap and does not have any refinements to hold the excess strap that dangles after you tighten it to the length you want and there is no padding when you take one off. I had to use a black twist tie. Not elegant, but keeps the excess from dangling.
The camera attachments are metal and do swivel freely. They are certainly sturdy enough to hold a Rebel with 17-55 or the like, or an OMD EM5 with any lens on it. Would I trust it with a 1DX and a 200-400 lens on it? No. I would replace the camera attachment with something beefier like a Black Rapid but you probably aren't looking at anything by Cowboy Studio in that case.
Very happy with this strap for the price.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on August 3, 2013
The item was decent. I liked how the straps were laced with a wire for more security. It had small hooks for accessories which is a plus for small items. The downside I saw was the strap wasn't too comfortable and there was no quick detachment with their screw. So, once it was on, it was difficult detaching your camera. For about the same price, I'd probably go with the other brand.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on February 6, 2014
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This has been designed to sit on the shoulders and isn't stable unless you use both cameras. The biggest design flaw is that it lacks support under each arm, and lacks stability. Keeps falling off as there is no support.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on March 5, 2013
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Seriously! Awesome! The product sits well on my shoulders and does a good job at load balancing. It would be nicer if the chest and back straps were a little lower to compensate for the feeling of the camera swinging back and forth.

the shoulder harness is comfortable, and like i said..it made me feel like a bloody rambo running through the jungle with weapons strapped on his back:D.

Good job guys! The strap comes in handy when i need to change lenses, work with a models pose or adjust lighting or the placement of objects.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on October 2, 2014
this harness pin snapped and broke my $1600.00 lens- they have only offered A $24.00 REFUND & DOES NOT COME CLOSE TO THE PRICE OF FIXING THE LENS YOUR PRODUCT BROKE.......!!! I AM VERY VERY DISAPPOINTED.. AND I WILL CERTAINLY PASS ON THE WORD ABOUT YOUR COMPANY TO ALL MY SOCIAL MEDIA FRIENDS AND MOST IMPORTANTLY THE ON LINE PHOTOGRAPHY CLASS I TAKE WHICH IS WORLD WIDE. YOU WILL NEVER SEE THE BUSINESS YOU LOSE, BUT I WILL KNOW THERE ARE A LOT OF PHOTOGRAPHERS THAT WILL NOT COME TO YOU OR YOUR COMPANY NAME.. THANKS FOR NOTHING.. AND NOT BOTHERING TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR CUSTOMER. YOU HAVE LOST ALL MY POTENTIAL BUSINESS, AND AS SOMEONE JUST GETTING STARTED- THAT’S A PRETTY PENNY IN ITSELF.

IF YOU CHANGE YOUR MIND AND DECIDE TO HELP WITH THE REPAIR COST, I WILL BE HAPPY TO SPREAD THAT NEWS AS WELL.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on March 4, 2013
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Took a little bit of adjusting to get the right height. When carrying two cameras and having to walk alot this rig is great. when lifting one camera the lack of balancing tends to shift the harness just take a little time to get used to, I have used this for 2 12 hour days, I am very happy with the cowboy studio double camera harness. Always double check the camera mount for any unwinding in the locking nut from time to time.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on November 24, 2012
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Everything I like about the single strap (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B006U1E4Y6/ref=cm_cr_ryp_sol_prd_title) applies to this one, too.

I use it with a video camera on one strap and a DSLR on the other. Even though the camera weights are quite different (the DSLR is twice the weight or more, depending on the lens), the strap easily balances the weight and allows quick access to both cameras. A nylon front buckle and rear Velcro strap makes fit adjustments simple and despite appearances, the strap is quite easy to remove if necessary.

BTW, I attach a lens pen to one of the small front straps and a small pouch with spare SD cards and batteries to the other.

If you don't mind looking like a real camera nerd, this strap is secure, practical and convenient!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on August 27, 2012
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Love this strap. Way cheaper than the Black Rapid strap and does the job well. quite heavy with two cameras on there but seems to distribute the weight across my back evenly.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on June 4, 2014
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The back should have a strap to stabilize it It always feels like it is coming off. I did not feel safe with my expensive cameras
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