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    Default Anyone using Optech Harness ?

    http://www.optechusa.com/product

    • Fits most cameras & binoculars using a unique attachment system
    • Stabilizes gear against the body while enabling it to glide up and down the strap during use
    • Easy to attach and fully adjustableAvailable in black in both webbing and elastic versions
    A perfect solution for the outdoor enthusiast seeking a simple harness system for cameras or binoculars. The BINO/CAM HARNESS™ self-adjusts to comfortably balance gear while in use or in the idle position against the body. The unique loop attachment system enables the harness to quickly snap in place. It’s simple design and great price are sure to win approval! The elastic version allows your camera or binoculars to be held tighter against the body. While still allowing the camera or binoculars to be brought up to the eyes for use.

    Wonder whether it can take the weight of a DSLR AND Telezoom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by metalgear
    http://www.optechusa.com/product


    • Fits most cameras & binoculars using a unique attachment system
    • Stabilizes gear against the body while enabling it to glide up and down the strap during use
    • Easy to attach and fully adjustableAvailable in black in both webbing and elastic versions
    A perfect solution for the outdoor enthusiast seeking a simple harness system for cameras or binoculars. The BINO/CAM HARNESS™ self-adjusts to comfortably balance gear while in use or in the idle position against the body. The unique loop attachment system enables the harness to quickly snap in place. It’s simple design and great price are sure to win approval! The elastic version allows your camera or binoculars to be held tighter against the body. While still allowing the camera or binoculars to be brought up to the eyes for use.

    Wonder whether it can take the weight of a DSLR AND Telezoom.

    i think the most important thing is, can your mount support the weight of the telezoom while being harnessed... its confirm a NO NO if you mount the sigma 50-500 just by the camera mount. a 70-200 is just slightly ok, but do not that not for plastic mounts. its advisable to hold by the tripod mount.
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    Doesn't look like it will carry heavyweight stuff. Even if the material can take the load, the thin straps will cut into your body if it's made to carry a DSLR and a telezoom. May be uncomfortable to wear with anything heavier than what the picture shows.

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