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Comfortable and high quality
 
I wanted to carry 2 cameras on me for shooting some upcoming weddings. Across the shoulder and neck straps start to hurt after a few hours but so far, this harness is quite comfortable. I use it to carry my D800 and D750 with 24-70 and 70-200 f2.8 lenses (overall pretty heavy), and it distributes the weight quite well!I can disconnect the camera from the harness very quickly at the point buckles and when disconnected, the ends are opposites so they create a solo strap when connected. That way, i...

Op/Tech 6501032 Dual Harness Regular review by Orwin can be read at B&H Photo
 
Orwin
 Rated It 
5.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 09/11/2015
User Location: Maine
Review From: User Review
 
100% (5 of 5) Users Found This Review Helpful
 
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 immed...

Op/Tech 6501032 Dual Harness Regular review by NLAlston can be read at Adorama
 
NLAlston
 Rated It 
5.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 09/03/2009
User Location: Amherst, NY
Review From: User Review
 
100% (4 of 4) Users Found This Review Helpful
 
Well built, but needs tinkering
 
This harness is well built, but it definitely needs quite ab it of tinkering with the various combinations of the clips that are sold separately before properly balancing the cameras. Otherwise the straps have a tendency to pull the weight forward across the neck toward the front instead of hanging back and down by the sides. I'd recommend buying 2-3 separate types of clips just in case to find the right mix, which brings the cost up. The standard straps are too long and cause the cameras to dan...

Op/Tech 6501032 Dual Harness Regular review by Michel can be read at B&H Photo
 
Michel
 Rated It 
4.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 11/14/2015
User Location: Baltimore, MD
Review From: User Review
 
100% (4 of 4) Users Found This Review Helpful
 
Field tested, very happy
 
So far I'm really enjoying this harness. I am a field ornithologist by trade and a recreational birder, and until now I never had enough hands to carry my DSLR camera in addition to my binoculars, scope & tripod, backpack, clipboard, and other gear. Now I can have it all! I hook up the binocs to one side and the camera to the other and I'm good to go. It's been perfect for birding, and it's comfortable, even when worn under a backpack. The attachments that come with the harness are a little long...

Op/Tech 6501032 Dual Harness Regular review by Bayou Birder can be read at B&H Photo
 
Bayou Birder
 Rated It 
5.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 03/11/2016
User Location: Lafayette, LA
Review From: User Review
 
100% (4 of 4) Users Found This Review Helpful
 
It works well.
 
I bought this harness after talking with you on the phone. I have shoulder and back issues and can not use a neck strap anymore. My Nikon p500 was stolen out of my 4runner. I can't afford to replace it so I am back to using my Honeywell Pentax Spotmatic and back to shooting film. It is heavy for a 68-year-old guy like me. I called to see if this harness would work underneath my new daypack as I need to carry water for me and my dog when we hike. The fellow was very knowledgeable and said that...

Op/Tech 6501032 Dual Harness Regular review by Byron can be read at B&H Photo
 
Byron
 Rated It 
5.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 07/19/2016
User Location: Pleasant Hill Ca.
Review From: User Review
 
100% (4 of 4) Users Found This Review Helpful
 
Does the job
 
I love the harness. It does the job. It feels so comfortable on your shoulders and didn't hurt my back or neck. I like how the front strap is optional, I felt that I didn't need it. I wish that there was a way to use this without taking off the straps that come with the camera, but it still works for me. :)

Op/Tech 6501032 Dual Harness Regular review by Danielle D can be read at B&H Photo
 
Danielle D
 Rated It 
4.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 10/13/2016
User Location: Portland, OR
Review From: User Review
 
100% (4 of 4) Users Found This Review Helpful
 
Comfortable but awkward
 
I bought this product because I carry two cameras and wanted them readily available without risking dropping one. I also wanted to balance the weight to save myself from back pain. The harness works, but it limits your mobility with the cameras. Your range of motion is limited to the length you set the straps so you can't take one camera and hold it over your head. Also, if you don't want to carry both cameras, you have to take the harness straps off and put your single strap back on. Because I ...

Op/Tech 6501032 Dual Harness Regular review by Candid Ann can be read at B&H Photo
 
Candid Ann
 Rated It 
3.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 07/18/2011
User Location: Escondido, CA
Review From: User Review
 
42% (3 of 7) Users Found This Review Helpful
 
After 3 years I figured out how to make it work great
 
I had been using the Op/Tech Dual Harness for 3 years with mixed feelings about it. But recently I made some upgrades to it that make it a great harness for carrying one or two cameras.I like to carry two cameras while doing nature photography involving butterflies, birds, wildflowers and other wildlife. I typically use the Canon 7D Mark II with 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L II IS lens and a Canon 7D with the 100mm f2.8L IS macro or Canon 24-105 f/4L IS lens. I often use a tripod with a gimbal or ball fo...

Op/Tech 6501032 Dual Harness Regular review by Bruce can be read at B&H Photo
 
Bruce
 Rated It 
5.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 07/15/2015
User Location: Shrewsbury, MA
Review From: User Review
 
100% (3 of 3) Users Found This Review Helpful
 
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 tha...

Op/Tech 6501032 Dual Harness Regular review by Joe Cool can be read at Adorama
 
Joe Cool
 Rated It 
5.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 07/21/2011
User Location: Monroe, MI
Review From: User Review
 
100% (2 of 2) Users Found This Review Helpful
 
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...

Op/Tech 6501032 Dual Harness Regular review by Rusty Sterling can be read at Adorama
 
Rusty Sterling
 Rated It 
5.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 09/11/2009
User Location: Redwood City, CA
Review From: User Review
 
100% (2 of 2) Users Found This Review Helpful
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