Op/Tech Dual Harness, Carries Two Cameras or Binoculars, Size Extra Large, Black.

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About Op/Tech Dual Harness

The Dual Harness from OP/TECH USA is a comfortable and versatile way to carry one or two cameras or binoculars. The unique U-shaped neoprene neck pad evenly distributes the weight of your gear while absorbing the shock of your movements. As the Dual Harness uses your normal connector attachments, your gear remains safely in the upright position at your sides.

This keeps the camera stabilized and secured within your view and grasp. By also maintaining the camera in the upright position, no stress is put on your camera, lens or shoe-mount flash units. Your cameras can be quickly and easily brought to the proper shooting position with the self-gliding connectors

As the Dual Harness incorporates OP/TECH USA's System Connectors, your tripod mount is available to use for brackets and other adaptors. These connectors also make it possible to quickly switch to another OP/TECH USA neck strap when desired.

The interchangeable design enables you to convert from a dual to a single shoulder sling system, and the removable chest strap gives you that extra measure of security. With your gear safely stowed, you're free to concentrate ontaking the perfect photo.

Dual Harness is available in black and in several sizes so that you are certainto get a custom fit. Proudly made in the USA, Dual Harness is sure to be a valued addition to your gear!

The Op/Tech Dual Harness is commonly used for Comfort, Supporting camera and more.The Op/Tech Dual Harness is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Photo enthusiast, Semi-pro photographer among others.The Op/Tech Dual Harness is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Op/Tech Dual Harness: Adjustable, Comfortable, Does not chafe, Strong construction and Well padded

Summary of Customer Reviews

Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Comfortable (24),Well padded (22),Adjustable (21),Strong construction (21),Does not chafe (17)
Best Uses:
Comfort (18),Supporting camera (11),Stable (7)
Reviewer Profile:
Semi-pro photographer (11),Photo enthusiast (9),Casual photographer (3)

Op/Tech Dual Harness Features

  • Size Extra Large : Fits 44" - 56" (112-142 CM) Chest
  • Comfortably and securely carries two cameras or binoculars for quick and easy access
  • Unique pad design evenly disperses the weight and balances the gear at your sides to eliminate interference between the two cameras
  • Removable chest strap adds extra support and stability
  • Easy to attach and fully adjustable with OP/TECH USA's System Connectors
  • 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
  • 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

Op/Tech Dual Harness Reviews

Review Snapshot®


(based on 26 reviews)


of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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Most Liked Positive Review


How best to manage shooting events

I use this harness for shooting weddings and environmental portraiture. It is very comfortable carrying my nikons (both D90 bodies, one with my 80-200mm 2.8 lens and the other with my 18-200mm lens + SB600 flash. Both cameras are perfectly secure and are easy to reach and bring into shooting position. This harness works beautifully, its secure, its fast and its comfortable.


Most Liked Negative Review


Handy if you aren't moving too fast.

This harness works well for a sporting event where you want to quickly switch between 2 cameras with different set ups. If you are moving and want a secure restraint, this is not what you're looking for.

Reviewed by 26 customers


Comfortable and affordable!


from Pennsylvania, USA  -  Semi-Professional

I use this product when I need to use two cameras simultaneously. A 70-200 f/2.8 lens can be carried for hours without fatigue. It also connects via the camera lugs, vs. the base plate. If you need to switch between the strap and a tripod, this is recommended over some of the other systems that are available. It isn't as "sexy" as one of the more expensive straps, but it does the job very well.


dual comfort


from Montana  -  Casual Photographer

For long hikes, camera with telephoto or other lens and binoculars on the other side.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)


BUY and be happy.


from Lubbock Texas  -  Photo Enthusiast

I have had my harness for only 2 weeks, used it twice for 3 hours each time with no problems. A 5DII with 24-105 on one side 60D with 70-200 on the other side. Really like the double strap system for more security. If one side brakes you do not lose a camera. Also you can keep your quick disconnect on camera allows you to disconnect the camera from the harness in seconds and right on to a tripod or monopod. It is great can not beat the price.


I can shoot all day with this rig!


from Pennsylvania, USA  -  Semi-pro Photographer

I really can't say anything bad about this harness. It is a great deal when compared to the other dual camera straps that are available. With this strap, I can keep my tripod quick release mounted to the bottom of my cameras. I would also recommend getting an Op-Tech shoulder strap to be used when you do not need to use the harness. You would be able to switch between the shoulder strap and the harness in seconds.


Good Harness


from Encinitas, CA.  -  Semi-pro Photographer

It is a good Harness, very secure, the quality it is very good, and easy to use. Sometimes you have to "fight" with the strips, when you try to focus quickly to take the picture. There are others harness but they don't look secure(for me), so I prefer Op/Tech with it's pros and cons.


Dual Harness


from Seminole, FL  -  Semi-pro Photographer

This is the second one I have gotten. A perfect fit for people using different lenses on different camera bodies. Lightweight, durable and not too hard on your sholders. I have used this harness for extended periods of time (10 hours) without much discomfort. Casual use would be a piece of cake.


Comfortable, does its job


from Springfield, IL  -  Photo Enthusiast

I use two cameras at my son's college football games. Having the cameras hanging from this harness is SO much more comfortable than having all that weight hanging from my neck. I have to keep my hands on my cameras as I walk to keep them from swinging and bumping into anything, but I'm accustomed to keeping my hands on them anyway, for safety. I may look into holsters or belt clips later to supplement this system. The only annoyance I've experienced, and it's not an issue with this product, is that when I shoot in portrait mode and take the camera away from my eye, the strap sometimes snags my glasses and pulls them off my face. I can deal with that. It's a small price to pay to carry my cameras in comfort.


Versatile & Comfortable


from Pennsylvania  -  Photography Student

I use this harness for carrying 2 DSLR cameras andor binoculars. I have a spinal injury, a knee replacement and awaiting another knee replacement . Neck straps are not an option. The op/tech harness system is very comfortable while carrying the cameras/binoculars and extends my "outings" for many more hours. The system is extremely versatile with a huge number of available optional items for individual configurations. The attachment-to-camera design is very secure and safely holds items attached to it. Quick changes of items to and from the harness are easily accomplished


Works as you'd imagine


from New York City, NY  -  Pro Photographer

5 stars as it worked exactly as I expected. I hung (2) 5DM3 with (2) medium sized zoom lens'. When you walk quickly, you need to hold on to the cameras as they will flail around. Each camera hangs by two quick release, plastic latches. I was concerned that they might accidentally open but they didn't. Even if one opened, there is a second, which gave me some ease.




from Warrington, PA  -  Photo Enthusiast

I'm doing a 365 day project at a local park and nature center and like to have both camera bodies with me so I can access both my macro and 200-500mm lenses without having to stop, and switch. I was skeptical that this harness would do the trick at first but after owning it a couple of weeks I can safely say it handles the problem of how to carry and easily access both cameras. The harness is adjustable and sits comfortably and evenly distributes the weight of both cameras allowing me to hike hands free of unnecessary baggage. I'm totally impressed!!


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Oscar H  How much weight does this unit hold (per side)?
JOHN S  I had no problem with the weight of standard DSLR's combined with fairly heavy sports lenses. It uses standard camera strap material and clips so if you think your camera strap would hold it, then this will probably hold it as well. I am not aware of a weight specification.
Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
JOSIE H  never used it yet
Oscar H  How much weight does this unit hold (per side)?
JOHN S  I had no problem with the weight of standard DSLR's combined with fairly heavy sports lenses. It uses standard camera strap material and clips so if you think your camera strap would hold it, then this will probably hold it as well. I am not aware of a weight specification.
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