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Viking Universal Support Harness Strap with Quick Release System for Binocular and Camera

  • Distributes the weight of your photographic equipment evenly over your shoulders with generous 25mm width straps

  • High quality leather and nylon construction for sturdy use

  • Fully adjustable to customise fit to different body size

  • 10mm width attachments (to your lugs)

  • Quick release system for rapid removal/fitting of your equipment

SKU: 5028649010629
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The Viking support harness is an ideal strap system, offering you extreme comfort when carrying binoculars/photographic equipment. The straps are ingeniously designed to take the weight from the device and distribute it evenly over your shoulders, much like a rucksack. This is done through a system of straps which meet between the shoulder blades and fit under the arms to attach to the device at stomach or chest height, depending on your desired fit. The quick release system allows for rapid removal or fitting of different devices onto the harness.

The clear benefit of the Viking harness system is that it prevents the build-up of neck and back strain which can result from prolonged use of heavy devices. It also ensures that you have a more pleasant user experience with your chosen device as it frees up your hands. Finally it allows for fatigue free viewing with a wide range of photographic equipment including binoculars and larger cameras (e.g. DSLRs).Not for use with compact cameras

Additional Information

Manufacturer Part Number 1062
Condition New
Weight (grams) 18.0000

Customer Reviews (1)

Good quality, but unsuitable for large binosReview by Benjamin
Great quality harness and good value, but a heavy bino (mine are 1200g) sits on your belly instead of your chest. The only way to sit it higher is to shorten the top straps so much that it effectively becomes a neckstrap (puts all the strain on the neck), which is exactly what a harness is supposed to avoid. But is does stabilise the bino very well. For heavy binos, better to invest in a more expensive harness with a waist strap, which helps counter the weight. (Posted on 17/06/2018)

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