• OP/TECH USA Bino/Cam Harness - Webbing
  • OP/TECH USA Bino/Cam Harness - Webbing
  • OP/TECH USA Bino/Cam Harness - Webbing
  • OP/TECH USA Bino/Cam Harness - Webbing
OP/TECH USA Bino/Cam Harness - Webbing
OP/TECH USA Bino/Cam Harness - Webbing
OP/TECH USA Bino/Cam Harness - Webbing
OP/TECH USA Bino/Cam Harness - Webbing

OP/TECH USA Bino/Cam Harness - Webbing

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  • Webbing harness system fits most cameras and binoculars
  • Stabilizes gear against your body while enabling it to glide up and down the strap
  • Unique design self-adjusts to comfortably balance gear while in use or in the idle position against the body
  • Easy to attach using Uni-Loop quick disconnects and fully adjustable
  • Made in the USA

Customer Reviews

Assembly hard, fit & comfort only so-so The loops are thick and can barely be shoved thru the binocular lugs, and very short so it's only barely possible to get the connector back through the loop. The connections are keyed left and right, unlike other harnesses, so if you don't notice that and get it backwards (I did), you have to wrestle it apart again and start over (broken fingernails and much cussing). Although each side can be individually adjusted, it's really one big loop and the strap freely moves through the top connector in the back so you end up with one side too short and the other too long and have to take it off and re-center the strap. Even correctly assembled and worn, it just is not as comfortable as my last harness. 2Never Leave Home Without This! ... and have an extra for backup. This is my 3rd one. Every camera now has one! I'm 5'4, medium build 135lbs and I shoot everything...weddings, landscapes, portraits. Of all my "convenience" gadgets, this one has been most valuable in that it protects my back and shoulders. I have Fibromyalgia, RA and have had 2 shoulder surgeries-- I know back pain and shoulder pain. I can shoot most things with this attached and if I need to get my camera on a tripod, I can quickly get out of it (it's ELASTIC) and place on a tripod or hand off to an assistant.It takes a little getting used to because it doesn't feel completely snug but I it does just fine with my D810s and 70-200mm lens. Looks a little strange walking around with it (camera lens points outward from body vs towards the ground). I get a kick out of it because my joints are worth it. I can kneel climb, etc. I wear a vest, so If I'm climbing and my lens is in jeopardy of being hit, I lift it up and zip my vest and off I go. 5Try it, you'll like it! This thing is awesome. If you have never tried a camera/binocular harness, you have a treat in store. It totally takes all the weight off your neck, and makes your binoculars or camera feel weightless. This is crucial for me to enjoy a long hike and still have my camera or binoculars. It takes a little practice to get used to donning the harness, but it lets me wear the gear for hours at a time without feeling the weight. I sought out this OP/TECH version out because it is elastic instead of canvas webbing, and has quick-release connectors. I think the elastic webbing fits better than canvas webbing, for us of the female persuasion. And the quick-release lets me switch binoculars or camera between the harness and a regular strap. Easy peasy! 5I love it! This item is for u if u go on hikes or even around the city with ur camera, it help to have ur hands free (to hold hiking poles or to push ur baby's stroller!) while having ur camera "securely" accessible!It's also easy to pull the camera up to ur eye level.Tip, Try to attach it to the bottom of ur camera (in my case, I have an L-plate attached to the camera so I attached it to the plate) this will help keeping the camera pointing downwards, reducing the risk of bumping ur lens's front element and keeping it clean. 5Updated Review after 18 months Use Update after 18 months:I have used this harness daily for 18 months and it is still working fine. It carries my 8 X 42's comfortably and securely..Original Review:It seems a bit cheap for the price, but it works. I wear it for an hour a day and there's nothing at all wrong with the way it works. By the way, we bought a second harness for my girlfriend and she was not able to adjust them short enough to work with her short-waisted figure. I'm using it with 8 X 42's and it is a very comfortable way to handle the binoculars (which aren't particularly light). 4Must-Have Harness For Heavy Cameras I bought this to use with a Nikon D300 with battery pack and a 70-200 f/2.8 lens (weighing over 7 lbs). While I love my Op-Tech pro strap for most shooting situations, I found that extended use during sports events left me with a sore neck. I have (and could use) a monopod, but I like the flexibility of handheld shooting better. Looking for a harness solution, I found this model by Op-Tech and a much more elaborate and expensive unit from Kinesis. The Kinesis harness was tempting, but was quite a production compared to the simplicity of the Op-Tech. For the $10 or so that the Op-Tech, I figured I couldn't go but so wrong - and I was right.This harness is perfect in its size and simplicity. Takes a little thought and negotiation to get it on, but once in place it works perfectly. The weight of the camera is displaced across my shoulders instead of the back of my neck, and is far more comfortable over the course of an afternoon or evening. It also allows for complete freedom of movement, so bringing the camera up for vertical shots is no problem at all (this was something I had worried about).The only complaint I have - and it's a minor one - is that it is not padded over the shoulders. This is easily remedied with a couple of universal strap pads from Timbuck2, but I think Op-Tech should have included padding in the design, even if it doubled the price. For this I'm giving it 4 stars instead of 5.Bottom Line: If you're looking for a more comfortable and more secure solution for camera carry than a shoulder or neck strap, this harness is about as good as you'll find for the price. 4Great harness at a great price I bought this inexpensive harness after having yet another expensive big-name-binocular-brand harness fail with a broken tooth on one of the quick disconnects. So far, I'm delighted. The loops on the two pieces that attach to the binocular are quite small, so it's a bit of a challenge to get them attached, but it can be done. Still, it would be better if they were a bit longer; they're barely long enough for me to use my eyepiece rain guard threaded through them, and if the rain guard were hard plastic rather than flexible rubber, it might not work at all. Apart from that, it's a comfortable and easy to use harness. I've found that I actually prefer the webbing material to elastic, because it holds its length without sagging. 4Gread design for carrying cameras and binoculars A great design for carrying binocs or a camera. The connectors that fit on the camera/binocs can be clipped together to produce a carrying handle when not on the harness. I own several of these which I keep with cameras and bionoculars. The harness provided all-day comfort on photo safaries in South America, Africa and Indonesia. I highly recommend these over over-the-shoulder single straps. I sometimes connect my camera to one side and binoculars to the other. Though his is not an ideal arrangement, it works better for me than the harnesses designed to carry two items. 5Nice upgrade from the simple strap that came with my binoculars, not quite as nice for camera. This is my first harness of this general type. It beats a neck strap, except when it comes to zipping up or unlayering clothing. It allows my binoculars and camera to bob a little as I walk, but not nearly like a neck strap does. It's totally comfortable. I took some time finding the right strap lengths, and I can't say how forgiving it might be, if you don't care to fuss with that kid of thing. What I don't like is that the straps go every which way when you take it off, partly I guess because they're light and thin and partly because the triangular leather slider requires the strap to twist, and so it's hard to orient and arrange the thing when you want to put it on again. Another thing is the strap adjusters end up on the straps that go behind your back, making them hard to reach, when you orient the leather slider right-side-up as in the photo. I tried a friend's old Audubon harness, which had thick elastic strips and four points of attachment through the leather slider, and I liked it much better. The Vortex harness looks similar. A relative disadvantage of that one though is it's a bit bulkier and heavier to carry around when you're not using it. I like this better for my binoculars than for my SLR style camera, because it somewhat gets in the way of rotating the camera to frame things vertically as portraits. 3Terrible Construction, I Want A Better Harness! I really hate this. And I really tried to give things the benefit of the doubt. I realllly wanted this to work.The loops to hook on the clasps for quick release were so thick and tough, that it was really really really hard to get it on (I should have listened to the reviews that said it the first time). I mean, I was using tweezers, and metal files, trying to shove it in. Finally I got it on. I am surprised that I got it on.Then it's the most uncomfortable harness ever! the way that it is constructed, it's either so tight that the camera points straight out, which isn't too bad (except for knocking it on stuff when I have my 55-200mm lens on it), but then it's hard to hold up to your face and shoot with. I kept feeling like my camera was going to snap back into my face. Or its too loose, and the back of the harness rides up and rests on your shoulder/neck, while your camera is bouncing off your chest/stomach - and it's bouncy! That elastic is elastic-y! I ended up just taking the camera off the harness, and using my camera without any straps, just the little clasps dangling off the sides of my camera. Not ideal.Then when I went to take off the little clasps, it was literally as hard as it was to put on. I had to go though the whole tweezers and metal file process again.Super disappointed with this. I really wanted this harness to work for me. :/ 1
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Description
  • Webbing harness system fits most cameras and binoculars
  • Stabilizes gear against your body while enabling it to glide up and down the strap
  • Unique design self-adjusts to comfortably balance gear while in use or in the idle position against the body
  • Easy to attach using Uni-Loop quick disconnects and fully adjustable
  • Made in the USA
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Assembly hard, fit & comfort only so-so The loops are thick and can barely be shoved thru the binocular lugs, and very short so it's only barely possible to get the connector back through the loop. The connections are keyed left and right, unlike other harnesses, so if you don't notice that and get it backwards (I did), you have to wrestle it apart again and start over (broken fingernails and much cussing). Although each side can be individually adjusted, it's really one big loop and the strap freely moves through the top connector in the back so you end up with one side too short and the other too long and have to take it off and re-center the strap. Even correctly assembled and worn, it just is not as comfortable as my last harness. 2Never Leave Home Without This! ... and have an extra for backup. This is my 3rd one. Every camera now has one! I'm 5'4, medium build 135lbs and I shoot everything...weddings, landscapes, portraits. Of all my "convenience" gadgets, this one has been most valuable in that it protects my back and shoulders. I have Fibromyalgia, RA and have had 2 shoulder surgeries-- I know back pain and shoulder pain. I can shoot most things with this attached and if I need to get my camera on a tripod, I can quickly get out of it (it's ELASTIC) and place on a tripod or hand off to an assistant.It takes a little getting used to because it doesn't feel completely snug but I it does just fine with my D810s and 70-200mm lens. Looks a little strange walking around with it (camera lens points outward from body vs towards the ground). I get a kick out of it because my joints are worth it. I can kneel climb, etc. I wear a vest, so If I'm climbing and my lens is in jeopardy of being hit, I lift it up and zip my vest and off I go. 5Try it, you'll like it! This thing is awesome. If you have never tried a camera/binocular harness, you have a treat in store. It totally takes all the weight off your neck, and makes your binoculars or camera feel weightless. This is crucial for me to enjoy a long hike and still have my camera or binoculars. It takes a little practice to get used to donning the harness, but it lets me wear the gear for hours at a time without feeling the weight. I sought out this OP/TECH version out because it is elastic instead of canvas webbing, and has quick-release connectors. I think the elastic webbing fits better than canvas webbing, for us of the female persuasion. And the quick-release lets me switch binoculars or camera between the harness and a regular strap. Easy peasy! 5I love it! This item is for u if u go on hikes or even around the city with ur camera, it help to have ur hands free (to hold hiking poles or to push ur baby's stroller!) while having ur camera "securely" accessible!It's also easy to pull the camera up to ur eye level.Tip, Try to attach it to the bottom of ur camera (in my case, I have an L-plate attached to the camera so I attached it to the plate) this will help keeping the camera pointing downwards, reducing the risk of bumping ur lens's front element and keeping it clean. 5Updated Review after 18 months Use Update after 18 months:I have used this harness daily for 18 months and it is still working fine. It carries my 8 X 42's comfortably and securely..Original Review:It seems a bit cheap for the price, but it works. I wear it for an hour a day and there's nothing at all wrong with the way it works. By the way, we bought a second harness for my girlfriend and she was not able to adjust them short enough to work with her short-waisted figure. I'm using it with 8 X 42's and it is a very comfortable way to handle the binoculars (which aren't particularly light). 4Must-Have Harness For Heavy Cameras I bought this to use with a Nikon D300 with battery pack and a 70-200 f/2.8 lens (weighing over 7 lbs). While I love my Op-Tech pro strap for most shooting situations, I found that extended use during sports events left me with a sore neck. I have (and could use) a monopod, but I like the flexibility of handheld shooting better. Looking for a harness solution, I found this model by Op-Tech and a much more elaborate and expensive unit from Kinesis. The Kinesis harness was tempting, but was quite a production compared to the simplicity of the Op-Tech. For the $10 or so that the Op-Tech, I figured I couldn't go but so wrong - and I was right.This harness is perfect in its size and simplicity. Takes a little thought and negotiation to get it on, but once in place it works perfectly. The weight of the camera is displaced across my shoulders instead of the back of my neck, and is far more comfortable over the course of an afternoon or evening. It also allows for complete freedom of movement, so bringing the camera up for vertical shots is no problem at all (this was something I had worried about).The only complaint I have - and it's a minor one - is that it is not padded over the shoulders. This is easily remedied with a couple of universal strap pads from Timbuck2, but I think Op-Tech should have included padding in the design, even if it doubled the price. For this I'm giving it 4 stars instead of 5.Bottom Line: If you're looking for a more comfortable and more secure solution for camera carry than a shoulder or neck strap, this harness is about as good as you'll find for the price. 4Great harness at a great price I bought this inexpensive harness after having yet another expensive big-name-binocular-brand harness fail with a broken tooth on one of the quick disconnects. So far, I'm delighted. The loops on the two pieces that attach to the binocular are quite small, so it's a bit of a challenge to get them attached, but it can be done. Still, it would be better if they were a bit longer; they're barely long enough for me to use my eyepiece rain guard threaded through them, and if the rain guard were hard plastic rather than flexible rubber, it might not work at all. Apart from that, it's a comfortable and easy to use harness. I've found that I actually prefer the webbing material to elastic, because it holds its length without sagging. 4Gread design for carrying cameras and binoculars A great design for carrying binocs or a camera. The connectors that fit on the camera/binocs can be clipped together to produce a carrying handle when not on the harness. I own several of these which I keep with cameras and bionoculars. The harness provided all-day comfort on photo safaries in South America, Africa and Indonesia. I highly recommend these over over-the-shoulder single straps. I sometimes connect my camera to one side and binoculars to the other. Though his is not an ideal arrangement, it works better for me than the harnesses designed to carry two items. 5Nice upgrade from the simple strap that came with my binoculars, not quite as nice for camera. This is my first harness of this general type. It beats a neck strap, except when it comes to zipping up or unlayering clothing. It allows my binoculars and camera to bob a little as I walk, but not nearly like a neck strap does. It's totally comfortable. I took some time finding the right strap lengths, and I can't say how forgiving it might be, if you don't care to fuss with that kid of thing. What I don't like is that the straps go every which way when you take it off, partly I guess because they're light and thin and partly because the triangular leather slider requires the strap to twist, and so it's hard to orient and arrange the thing when you want to put it on again. Another thing is the strap adjusters end up on the straps that go behind your back, making them hard to reach, when you orient the leather slider right-side-up as in the photo. I tried a friend's old Audubon harness, which had thick elastic strips and four points of attachment through the leather slider, and I liked it much better. The Vortex harness looks similar. A relative disadvantage of that one though is it's a bit bulkier and heavier to carry around when you're not using it. I like this better for my binoculars than for my SLR style camera, because it somewhat gets in the way of rotating the camera to frame things vertically as portraits. 3Terrible Construction, I Want A Better Harness! I really hate this. And I really tried to give things the benefit of the doubt. I realllly wanted this to work.The loops to hook on the clasps for quick release were so thick and tough, that it was really really really hard to get it on (I should have listened to the reviews that said it the first time). I mean, I was using tweezers, and metal files, trying to shove it in. Finally I got it on. I am surprised that I got it on.Then it's the most uncomfortable harness ever! the way that it is constructed, it's either so tight that the camera points straight out, which isn't too bad (except for knocking it on stuff when I have my 55-200mm lens on it), but then it's hard to hold up to your face and shoot with. I kept feeling like my camera was going to snap back into my face. Or its too loose, and the back of the harness rides up and rests on your shoulder/neck, while your camera is bouncing off your chest/stomach - and it's bouncy! That elastic is elastic-y! I ended up just taking the camera off the harness, and using my camera without any straps, just the little clasps dangling off the sides of my camera. Not ideal.Then when I went to take off the little clasps, it was literally as hard as it was to put on. I had to go though the whole tweezers and metal file process again.Super disappointed with this. I really wanted this harness to work for me. :/ 1
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  • Return or exchange requests can be made within 10 days of the delivery date.
  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.uk, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
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Shipment tracking ID will be provided after your product(s) is dispatched. The delivery date stated is indicative and subject to availability, payment authorization, verification, and processing. In case your product(s) is not delivered due to an incorrect or invalid address, we will not be able to process any claims. However, we will notify you if it is returned to us.

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