Op/Tech Pro Loop Strap, for Digital SLR Cameras and Large Binoculars - Black

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About Op/Tech

The PRO LOOP STRAP combines all the same features of the PRO STRAP with a unique connection system for especially tight connection points. The strap loops through the connection area to form a slip knot which "falls" away freely from the camera when in use. This easy-to-attach connection system is a great alternative to OP/TECH USA's patented connector. A simple and extremely secure system you can trust!

Summary of Customer Reviews

Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Pros:
Well padded (49),Comfortable (48),Adjustable (45),Strong construction (45),Does not chafe (38)
Best Uses:
Comfort (41),Supporting camera (32),Stable (13)
Reviewer Profile:
Photo enthusiast (33),Semi-pro photographer (11),Casual photographer (6)

Op/Tech Features

  • Fits most cameras
  • Great for professional cameras, digital SLR Cameras and Large binoculars
  • Easy to attach, Fully adjustable
  • Lightweight 2 1/2" wide neoprene pad has slight curve to rest lower on the neck
  • Quick disconnects, Connection system capabilities
  • Very strong & durable
  • Non Slip Grip
  • Great for around the neck and/or over the shoulder use

Op/Tech Specifications

External Dimensions
Fully adjustable (approx. 40- 46")
Capacity
Fits most cameras
Mfr #
1501372
SKU
OTPLSBLK

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Review Snapshot®

 
4.7

(based on 51 reviews)

98%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Ratings Distribution

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  • 4 Stars

     

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  • 3 Stars

     

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  • 2 Stars

     

    (1)

  • 1 Stars

     

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Great Value

I've used Op-Tech camera straps since 1986, and have yet to need to replace one. This is one of their best straps, well made and durable. No fancy stuff to fray and wear out prematurely. The connectors are nylon, the attachments are nylon loops. Secure, and no rust. I use this strap with a Nikon F2 with a motor drive and several D200s with the vertical grip. Heavy cameras. While it doesn't make the weight go away after a long day, the strap does evenly distribute the weight so you are not fat...

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I've used Op-Tech camera straps since 1986, and have yet to need to replace one. This is one of their best straps, well made and durable. No fancy stuff to fray and wear out prematurely. The connectors are nylon, the attachments are nylon loops. Secure, and no rust. I use this strap with a Nikon F2 with a motor drive and several D200s with the vertical grip. Heavy cameras. While it doesn't make the weight go away after a long day, the strap does evenly distribute the weight so you are not fatigued. If you carry your camera with the strap around your head and shoulder, order an extension set (Mfr. Part: 1301052 SKU: OTSCE) to make it longer. For under twenty bucks, you cannot beat this strap. Actually you can't beat it for under fifty!

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Spreads the weight, but chafes

It's better than the strap that comes with most DSLRs, but it's far from perfect. On the plus side, the yoke distributes weight over more of your neck and shoulders. But if you're wearing a shirt without a collar, the raw edge of the neoprene chafes the neck. I have two of these. The one with the loops on the end is easier to attach than the one with fabric straps that have to be threaded through the eyelet.

Reviewed by 51 customers

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Awesome strap!

By

from Baltimore, MD  -  Casual Photographer

Had been using a Crumpler. My wife has been using that camera and I didn't want to stick her with the OEM strap so I picked this up. It's extremely comfortable, and less expensive than the Crumpler. I installed the extra long extensions so that I can wear it around my shoulder. I really like the loop attachments. Excellent.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Very Comfy, Somewhat Small

By

from Hamilton  -  Photo Enthusiast

The Op/Tech Pro Loop Strap is extremely comfortable. It holds the camera well and distributes the weight of a D7000 and an FX 70-300mm lens very well. I prefer to carry my camera and lenses under my arm and around my side. The strap allows for this positioning, but barely, with the adjustment at the maximum distance of travel. It is somewhat easy to swing up to shooting position, but requires more effort to position the camera for a horizontal shot. To give you a size reference, I'm 5'10" and 155#. Larger people: beware if you like to carry your camera at your side. If you like to carry it in front of your body, this is an excellent strap.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

good for Canons like 5D, 7D

By

from Tracy, CA  -  Photo Enthusiast

The attachment loops are perfect for Canon DSLRs slotted lugs. Will not fray at one point as with a flat tab nor scratch the camera as with a metal ring attachment. Comfortable, non-slip pad and adjustable, quick-release straps. Also the OP/Tech label is less likely to attrract a thief than the bright Canon strap.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Very Comfortable Strap

By

from Harrisonburg, VA  -  Semi-pro Photographer

This strap is very comfortable for shooting weddings all day.

 
5.0

A perfect strap at a great price

By

from Pleasant valley, NY  -  Semi-pro Photographer

I looked at a lot of camera straps, and I found this one to the best bang for the buck, and miles better in comfort than the strap included with my dslr.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Comfortable Camera Strap

By

from Blackstone MA  -  Photo Enthusiast

Was lucky enough to get to try this out before buying, my brother in-law has 4 of these in use and was highly recommending it... He was right this strap is everything you want in a very affordable product. Great construction, comfort and style for ease of use.... Buy it you won't be disappointed!!!!

 
5.0

Great item

By

from Phoenix, AZ  -  Casual Photographer

Great for use with professional cameras. I lug around a Nikon D4 and a Nikkor 28 - 300 lens which is a heavy combination. This strap is about as good as it gets and it disperses the weight well.

 
5.0

Excellent camera strap

By

from North Georgia  -  Photo Enthusiast

I use the Op-Pro on all my cameras. From Sony NEX7 to Canon 7D & 5Diii. The straps supplied by factories should embarrass them. Op-Tec makes strong,comfortable and really good looking straps

 
2.0

Spreads the weight, but chafes

By

from Houston, TX  -  Photo Enthusiast

It's better than the strap that comes with most DSLRs, but it's far from perfect. On the plus side, the yoke distributes weight over more of your neck and shoulders. But if you're wearing a shirt without a collar, the raw edge of the neoprene chafes the neck. I have two of these. The one with the loops on the end is easier to attach than the one with fabric straps that have to be threaded through the eyelet.

 
4.0

No neck strain

By

from New York  -  Photo Enthusiast

Easy to attach to camera.

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Shopper  How long is the padded area on this strap ?
DAVID H  It's curved, but roughly ~13.5" straight across middle to middle not counting clips and 14+" in a 3 point measure.
John S  How much weight is this strap capable of supporting? I plan on using w/ a gripped 60d, w/ 70-200 f/2.8 and 2x extender.
JEFFREY W  I use this strap, with extender straps to make a sling, on my D7000, 70-200, and 2X extender. I have walked quite a bit with this configuration and I have never had any problems. I like the neck/shoulder portion for the comfort and elasticity. For the money, this set up works for my needs.
John S  How much weight is this strap capable of supporting? I plan on using w/ a gripped 60d, w/ 70-200 f/2.8 and 2x extender.
JEFFREY W  I use this strap, with extender straps to make a sling, on my D7000, 70-200, and 2X extender. I have walked quite a bit with this configuration and I have never had any problems. I like the neck/shoulder portion for the comfort and elasticity. For the money, this set up works for my needs.
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