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OP/TECH USA 6501032 Dual Harness - Regular
|Price:||$50.95 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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- Straps, pouches, and accessories to fit cameras, lenses, tripods, and electronics
- Made in the USA
- Made using the highest quality materials
- Comfortably and securely carries two cameras or binoculars
- Unique neoprene pad design evenly disperses the weight and balances the gear
- Eliminates interference between the two cameras
- Removable chest strap adds extra support and stability
- Recommended Load: 15 lbs per side (6.8kg)
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|Browse Node ID||6205493011|
|Item Dimensions||0.25 x 2.75 x 34 inches|
|Item Display Weight||212 grams|
|Item Weight||0.4 pounds|
|Manufacturer Warranty Description||1 year|
|Shipping Weight||0.53 pounds|
From the Manufacturer
- Regular: 34" - 44" (86cm - 112cm) Chest circumference
- X-Long: 44" - 56" (112cm - 142cm) Chest circumference
- Carry style: harness
- Recommended Load*: 15 lbs per side (6.8kg)
- # of connection points: four
- Connection type: 3/8" webbing
- Quick disconnects: Yes
- Materials: Neoprene pad, nylon webbing and leather tabs
- Chest strap is completely removable
- Webbing Width: 1" on back, 3/4" chest strap, 3/8" connection points to cameras
- Made in the USA
* The recommended load is the weight that is most comfortably carried by a particular strap. It is not the maximum load capacity of the strap.
How to Attach a DUAL HARNESS to Your Camera
Top Customer Reviews
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PS please, give me a thumbs up if this video was helpful to you in your purchase wether you are purchasing or not... thanks.
Also, the videos have to be very short on here or I would have slowed down...
I use an OPTECH Dual Harness which can carry one or two cameras and has the following points in its favor...
1. Both my cameras are attached at dual points. If either of these points or if one of the mini connecting straps breaks (or is cut by a slice and run thief) the camera will not drop or be carried off by the thief...
2. I can use my Really Right Stuff L-Brackets and the OPTECH Dual Harness. In fact with the additional pair of attachment lugs of the RRS 7D L-Bracket, I can have the bracket, a hand strap and the Dual harness attached and ready to use at the same time...
3. The Dual Harness distributes the weight of my gear across both shoulders rather than hanging from a single shoulder or my neck. This is important to me since I have had back surgery several years ago...
4. I can easily disconnect the connector straps when tripod mounting the camera.
5. The Harness is light in weight and doesn't bother me in hot weather...
6. I can wear it under my photo vest for extra security when shooting in heavy crowds...
7. The price of the Dual harness is quite reasonable in cost...
8. They have two sizes, regular and long for big fat guys like me! I can either have my camera slung right where my hands can grab it or up higher for additional security...
NOW TO ANSWER YOUR POSSIBLE QUESTION - I THINK...Read more ›
The 3 candidates for me were the RS DR-1 Double Strap, Cameraslingers CF-FS or a Cotton Carrier. I started reading about them and looking at pictures, video and everything else i could find. I'm really a fan of a single connection point to the camera and i often use my tripods so i didnt want anything that would block the quick release connection on the base of the camera. (not to mention that one of my cameras is a new Pentax K-5 with a battery grip, so the idea of dangling the camera upside down from the grip was not appealing).
I've been a fan of the OP/Tech single camera strap for quite some time so i was very happy to see that they have a dual harness and i was floored when i saw how in expensive it was compared to the others.
First off, having two cameras swinging at your sides is just scary. If you're standing still it's fine but when you walk, stoop, crouch, turn or pretty much anything other than stand still your gear swings like play toys. I tried keeping the straps very short so that the cameras didnt dangle too far. That makes them more comfortable when you're moving around but if the straps are adjusted to be too short it gets hard to hold in front of you, especially in portrait orientation. It took some playing to find a workable length that didnt leave the camera hitting the ground when i take a knee. (Also, and obviously, the situation is related to how long the lens is.)
After going out a couple of time and not feeling quite right i decided to try something different.Read more ›
A bit over 3 years ago, I was seeking to purchase a dual camera harness. At a local brick and mortar store, I found the OP/TECH dual camera harness system. Because this product was significantly less expensive than the one made by Black Rapid, I purchased the OP/TECH. Thus began a 3 year "relationship" with this product which has brought out truly conflicting feelings. On the one hand, the harness system works quite well, it's comfortable and it's inexpensive. On the other hand, the set up of the connectors, camera straps and camera orientation are a significant and on-going source of irritation for me.
On one hand, the OP/TECH dual camera harness is an outstanding addition to my kit as a photojournalist. The ability to carry two camera bodies (usually for the purpose of having two polar opposite lens sets available) without having to hang all of that weigh around my neck is a real joy. The fact that the cameras hang underneath my arms instead of bouncing together on my chest and stomach makes carrying safer (for the cameras) and more comfortable for me. Because the design of the harness is similar to a handgun shoulder holster, the weight is distributed well and doesn't bind a photographer's carotid arteries, even when carrying cameras with very heavy lenses. In addition, the material that the actual harness is made from has a slightly springy feel to it. This too increases the wearer's comfort level. I've worn this rig with two cameras and heavy professional lenses for periods in excess of 12 to 14 hours in relative comfort.
The system itself works quite well.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Used for 2 years and works great. I still use it from time to time. Must the time I used just one camera, but found it works well with both too. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Omnicool
First off, I want to say the customer service from these guys is top notch. Before buying, I was torn between the Dual Harness and Double Sling. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Todd M. Jahns
IT WORKS FOR LIGHT WEIGHT CAMERAS WITH LENSES I WOULD NOT USE IT FOR DSLR WITH 200-500 TELEPHOTO ATTACHEDPublished 3 months ago by Al Reiner
So far I really like this harness. Fits great and the quality seems pretty good! I would happily purchase another one of these.Published 4 months ago by Royce
I bought this strap because I did not trust the others to attach $5000+ equipment on one plastic connection that may snap anytime
this one has 2 straps for each camera that... Read more
Very Comfortable. Makes it a pleasure to carry 2 camera set ups or my camera and BinosPublished 5 months ago by pitou13
Innovative, easy to use dual harness system, which keeps binoculars and camera (or two cameras) separate and balanced when walking trails. Succeeds admirably in that purpose.Published 6 months ago by Dad24sons
Just got and seems to work well. I attached a DSLR camera on one side and a 300mm lens on the other. Held tight and worked well.Published 7 months ago by Amelia