- Dimensiones del producto: 12,7 x 13,3 x 3,8 cm ; 45,4 g
- Número de modelo del producto: 1301652
- ASIN: B0010HA68I
- Producto en Amazon.es desde: 9 de julio de 2012
- Valoración media de los clientes: 4 opiniones de clientes
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº166.225 en Electrónica (Ver el Top 100 en Electrónica)
OP/TECH USA 1301652 - Correa de cámaras para mochila (2 unidades), negro
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- Ce connecteur permet aux utilisateurs d'ajouter un appareil-photo ou des jumelles à une sangle de cou ou de sac grâce à ses pinces robustes. Réglable de 21,6 cm à 26,7 cm de chaque côté. Matériaux: sangle en nylon, colliers en plastique dur et onglets cuir. Vendu par lot de 2. Made in USA.
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Adecuado para: Cámara digital
Color del producto: Negro
Desconexión rápida: Si
Longitud (max): 26,7 cm
Número de puntos de conexión: 2
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We purchase enough adapters to allow us to quick connect each of our two binoculars to either pack interchangeably.
Most importantly - we took off the load of the binoculars from our neck, and it is evenly distributed through the comfort of the backpack harness. It also saved us the need to buy a special binocular harness that wouldn't have added any benefit, and would have not allowed us the use of a backpack and the binoculars simultaneously.
They are well made in the USA for a very reasonable price
I bought this set to take a Nikon D70s on day hiking trips in the local mountains. Other reviewers had remarked about the plastic snaps used to attach these to the pack straps. I took no chances and ordered a pack of Grimlocs (Military Carabiner Grimloc D-Ring Vest Backpack Keychain Clip Snap Foliage Green (Lot of 4)), which are more than enough to support a DSLR in suspect terrain. I sheltered the camera with a Nikon 18 - 70mm zoom in a Case Logic SHC-101-BK DSLR Day Holster - Black.
The shakedown hike was longer than expected, 11.6 miles/2,600 feet of vertical gain, mostly cross country, using some abandoned roads. It ranged from "jaunt in the country" to "OMG!!! Why am I doing this?!?" The straps on this are short enough that the camera did not bounce, yet long enough (just barely) to shoot both portrait and landscape modes. I'm 5' 8" -- if you're much taller than I am, you will probably want longer straps than these.
I also got an OP/TECH USA Utility Strap - Sling (Black) which is compatible with this system, allowing me to carry the camera around my neck when not wearing the pack.
If one wanted to, they could rig something similar with straps and fasteners and grimlocs. I didn't want to wait for enough time to DIY.
Highly recommended. With this system in place, it was easier and faster to grab the DSLR and start shooting than to grab the point and shoot out of my vest pocket.
The clips go around the load lifters on my Osprey Talon shoulder straps. Several reviewers noted that the clips were a bit difficult to work. I found that one of mine was a bit more recalcitrant than the other but not really a problem. I would say to these people, get a strong friend. You are not going to be mounting and unmounting these straps from your pack; they're a permanent addition (and I have found that I don't even notice them when I am hiking without the camera mounted).
I first tried them without extensions and they worked fine, carrying my camera just below sternum height with enough play to shoot landscape mode, but I wanted just a hair more length to shoot portrait mode, so I mounted very short extensions. The shorter the straps, the less pendulum swing of the camera especially when you have a long lens mounted. I am having no problems carrying my 300mm lens with this arrangement. I would say to prospective buyers that you will need extensions with this product so go ahead and order them. It will take some trial and error to find out what arrangement is optimal for you.
Best of all for me, these straps are plug and play with all my other OP/TECH gear. I am a satisfied customer for 25 years or more.
Bottom line: this is a genius (why didn't I think of that?) solution to a common problem.