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Optech Stabilizer Strap

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Status : In stock

SKU : 72283

Quick Overview

Fits over most cameras/lenses and holds them close to the body

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    Optech Stabilizer Strap


Now you don't have to leave your camera behind when bicycling, skiing or hiking. Moving quickly through crowds, brush or even tackling a rough hiking trail can be done without fear of damaging expensive cameras. Your hands are free while the neoprene STABILIZER STRAP holds the camera close to your body. You have quick and easy access to the camera by merely stretching the neoprene STABILIZER STRAP over the camera lens for quick removal. It's not necessary to use the quick disconnect to access the camera. There's no need for a complicated harness as the STABILIZER STRAP can be quickly added to any strap and removed when the added stability is not necessary. The STABILIZER STRAP is fully adjustable from 19 to 55 inches and can be easily customized by merely cutting the webbing to the desired length. The quick disconnect makes the strap easy to attach and remove. Ideal for the active photographer!

  • Fits over most cameras/lenses and holds them close to the body
  • Easy to attach using your existing neck strap
  • Fully adjustable (approx. 19" - 55")
  • Lightweight Quick disconnects
  • Very strong and durable
  • Comfortable and functional
  • Washable
  • Available in black

Additional Information

Model 5301002
Brand Optech
UPC 711554530126

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