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OP/TECH USA 1301012 Uni Adaptor Loops (Regular) - System Connectors
|Price:||$7.95 & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
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- Allows a camera or binoculars to be used with several neck straps, wrist straps or harness systems
- Available in two lengths: Regular (10.5"-13.5") or X-Long (13"-19")
- 1/4" tubular nylon webbing fits tight connection points
- Sold in sets of two
- Made in the USA
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|Item Weight||0.1 pounds|
|Package Height||1.02 x 4.65 x 5.04 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.22 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
I have had an Op Tech camera strap for some time. It's a good strap, well padded with enough elasticity to make it easier to carry a good sized DSLR around for several hours at a time. But when I graduated to a Nikon D300, (from a D80) the extra weight started to hurt my neck. With the addition of the two straps, System Connector #9, and the op tech camera harness which redistributes the weight to my shoulders and back, I can carry the camera for long periods of time, with little or no fatigue. Plus, it prevents the camera from swinging around and potentially hitting things. It also allows me to have both hands free when not using the camera. All in all, an elegant and inexpensive solution. And the parts can be used in different combinations to suit the user, so it truly is a "system" rather than just a collection of parts.
We purchase enough adapters to allow us to quick connect each of our two binoculars to either pack interchangeably.
Most importantly - we took off the load of the binoculars from our neck, and it is evenly distributed through the comfort of the backpack harness. It also saved us the need to buy a special binocular harness that wouldn't have added any benefit, and would have not allowed us the use of a backpack and the binoculars simultaneously.
They are well made in the USA for a very reasonable price
To do that you disconnect the strap from the loop connector and attach the loop connector to the D-rings on the pack taking care to make sure you match the connector (male/female) with the connection on your camera.
When not wearing the pack I use the OP/Tech Pro camera strap and with these I just un-clip the neck piece and clip the camera to the shoulder strap D-rings.
The connectors that snap into each other are referred to as quick connects, but with the needed pressure to disconnect them, they are far from quick. I say this in a good way. I know my cameras will be on the sling until I decide to remove them.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
You can't go wrong with Op-Tech! Great adaptor and easy access to other snap-on components and straps to extend or adjust lengths. Op-Tech Thumbs up!Published 24 days ago by Traveler
These straps are well-made and easy to install. (On my camera, the metal rings are very small, so I had to work the loops a little bit, but it still didn't require any tools and... Read morePublished 24 days ago by Will Fry
Exactly what I was looking for and the whole system interchanges making it quick and easy to change how you are securing your camera based on your needed set up.Published 2 months ago by Dusten O.
I have numerous pairs of these attached to my collections of 35mm film and digital SLR cameras that allow me to use them with the superb Op/Tech USA Pro Strap system. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Alan. J. Reynolds
Works great! Use it for my single and double city mini strollers to help push the back up more. I know this isn't the intended use; but a friend recommended and it works.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
I love this line of connectors! I originally bought one shoulder strap and loved the quick release so much that I went back on and ordered as many of the add ons as I could find. Read morePublished 2 months ago by R Coley Taylor