Op/Tech Dual Harness Carries Two Cameras or Binoculars Size Regular Black.

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  • Unique pad design evenly disperses the weight and balances the gear at your sides to eliminate interference between the two cameras

Support and Cushioning:

  • Removable chest strap adds extra support and stability


  • Comfortably and securely carries two cameras or binoculars for quick and easy access


  • Interchangeable design enables you to convert from a dual to a single sling system or to quickly move a camera to another OP/TECH USA strap altogether
  • One connector on each side stays firmly in place while the second one quickly glides along the strap to bring the camera to the proper shooting position


  • Easy to attach and fully adjustable with OP/TECH USA's System Connectors
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Size Regular:Fits 34" - 44" (86-112 CM) Chest

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Op/Tech Dual Harness

I had desired a double-camera harness and, initially, there were three which grabbed my attention. One of the three was commanding (IMO) too much of a cost factor for what was offered. Another one was very nice, but I didn't like the idea of securing my cameras to it via the tripod connector. So, I thought that I'd give the OP/TECH Double Camera Harness a shot. I mean, it looked like it would serve the purpose well and, then too, the price was appealing.

Well, the harness arrives, and I immediately see that it is, indeed, well constructed. I have been pleased with my other camera straps from them (I have two others), and I was no less pleased with this version.

It's adjustability ensures a great fit, and the comfort of this thing is just great. I have read where some users registered complaints about their cameras bumping into one another, when wearing this harness. I don't know what type of activity they might be involved in, when experiencing that, but I have not experienced anything even close to the like. Yes, there is some sway involved - and the degree of that depends upon how low a user might wish to have his cameras slung. But even at their lowest points, I don't find anything even close to what has been complained about.

Personally, when moving about, I like to keep a hand on each of my cameras, and don't find that to be a nuisance at all. This harness does the job it was intended for - and does it very nicely. Even when out & about with just one camera, I switch the harness to its single-camera mode, and use it in that fashion. Though their shoulder/neck straps are more comfortable than any other straps I have used, I can't even begin to describe the comfort level of toting your camera(s) around on this harness.

I am SO glad that I gave it a go. And if you are looking for a very well made camera harness that is such a comfort to use (and one that you won't have to reach too deep in the pocket for), then do yourself a BIG favor and check THIS ONE out. You won't be sorry.
NLAlston at Adorama on 09/09/2009

Works the way I expected

I bought this from Adorama more than a month ago. I looked at several other systems and after much research this appeared to be not only the cost-effective choice, but the practical choice.

I'm a former photojournalist (I was what they called a double-threat man -- a combination reporter and photographer). And I would have loved to have something like this back in that day. It was difficult juggling the notebook and the cameras at a news event. This would have made my life so much easier then.

Now, as a sometimes artistic photographer and a sometimes photojournalist, this system works just great for me with my two Canon 40Ds (one with battery grip) and whatever lenses I happen to cart along. Most of the time it is the 24-105 and the 70-200 f/2.8 IS. Other times it is the 24-105 and the 17-40. With the 70-200 I religiously use a monopod. If there was a negative it is that this harness becomes more difficult to use with the monopod. But it is really just a matter of proper adjustment.

Nonetheless, I find it very convenient to have my cameras easily available at my side. Like the other reviewer, I haven't had any problem with the camera banging together. But also like the other reviewer, I've set my straps so that I can keep my hands on the cameras as I move.

I've also bought Op/Tech straps to easily go back and forth to individual straps and the harness. This is extremely cost effective. And these things are built with quality. I'm very happy with the individual straps and the harness.

In fact, I'm shooting a major music show that will be featuring Lee Oskar this coming weekend and I plan on using this harness because I trust it. I know, from my experience already, that this harness will do the job and I'll get my shots without any fumbling or awkwardness.
Rusty Sterling at Adorama on 09/09/2009

Is Bigger Better?

I received this item on Thursday, July 14 and put it into action that Sunday the 17th. I had two engagement session scheduled back to back! My gear included a 5D w/70-200mm f4 IS & 30D w/24-70 f2.8 IS. Both set-ups had battery grips on them! The sessions took just under 4 hours to complete. No fatigue! Not on my neck, shoulders or back!

It was refreshing to shoot for that length of time and not feel stress from lugging two heavy pieces of equipment. I don't care for factory straps. I learned that a long time ago, so I don't use them! An assistant would hold my second set-up or I'd end up placing it in on the ground until needed. Not a great idea! Nor was it effient!

The harness has your gear at the ready immediately. It's smooth transition from one to the other is night and day from my previous way of switching cameras. Go from landscape to portrait, drop one-grab the other, shot & move, disconnects-attach to tri/monopod and re-connects quickly and easily! My flow was much improved this past weekend. Thanks to the Op/Tech Dual Harness!

I looked at a few different makes and models (Black Rapid & QuikRapid) that supported two cameras. Price not being a factor with my decision. I thought Op/Tech offered a product equal to if not better than the other manufacturers. Although the other units may have looked more substantial, this slimmed down design will fool you. In a very good way! It performs the same function as the others and the cost makes it accessible to all users not just the pro/semi-pro photographers. Bonus, it's made right here in the U.S of A. I'd buy again and again!

Bigger is not always better!
Joe Cool at Adorama on 07/07/2011

Excellence in versatility

I shoot a lot of "on the go" type events where you're constantly on the move. Having a wide rang of framing choices dictates the need for two bodies with lenses that cover the widest possible set of ranges. This harness system allows me to field two bodies with varying lenses as mentioned. The design of the harness where the two cameras hang under the arms also allow me to wear my camera backpack (LowePro AW) and still be able to get at both cameras. I am even able (with some juggling) to slide the backpack to the front to access the contents without having to remove the cameras on the harness.

The ability to snap the cameras off of the harness with the clips and then simply re-attach them to a single neck strap is also a wonderful feature. When I have to shoot with my cameras on a tripod I can simply un-snap them from the harness and then clip the two ends closed to give me a very shot handle for the equipment without getting in the way of the tripod or it's adjustments. When I have to move equipment to my smaller Tamrac System 6 bag, I simply use the short handle configuration of the straps and then clip the premium Optek neck strap to the outside of the bag to prevent over crowding in the bags inner areas.

I have also worn the stap with cameras under a simple rain poncho allowing me to take quick snaps even in drizzly conditions.

After a season of hard use the staps and buckles show some wear but are still quite serviceable. I can see this equipment lasting for several seasons yet to come.
Michael E at Adorama on 01/01/2010

I love, love, love it!!

I have 2 Nikons with a 18-200 lens and a 200-400 lens. I was constantly having to carry both around my neck because I wanted to be prepared for different shots. this way, I am able to carry both without breaking my neck. The only thing I wish is that it was a tad more adjustable since I wanted my friend to get one but she feels that it is too long for her arms. It fits mine fine but I am 5' 4.
Rosie at Adorama on 03/03/2011

Nice idea.

This is a handy item. I can now carry two cameras at the same time without having to change lens. The ease of having two lens on my cameras, saves me from missing a shot. It's a comfortable way to carry the cameras and not hanging on my neck. The only problem I have, is when I bend over while using one camera, the other camera wants to swing out. Other than that. I see no problem. Nice idea Op/Tech.
KFL at Adorama on 07/07/2012