Myles Moose is Still on the Loose
Utility Strap - Sling
Buy $100 worth of OP/TECH USA gear, get a free Myles Moose and be enrolled in the Moose on the Loose program! No promo code needed, just add him to your shopping cart along with $100 worth of gear. Along with Myles you will receive:
- • A promo code for free USPS 1st-Class shipping on ten (10) OP/TECH USA website orders
- • Submit photos of Myles the Moose and be entered into our weekly drawings to win OP/TECH products and logo wear.
Join Our New Flickr Group
We are so excited; we just created a new Flickr group titled OP/TECH USA Gear. Everyone is invited to join and add their photos. There are only two rules regarding the photos:
- • Photos must include at least one OP/TECH USA product.
- • Photos must be G rated.
Yes, that's right: keep it safe for the kiddos! There are only fourteen photos in the group so far, but we are optimistic. When the group starts making headway we'll start giving out prizes to participants.
Popular Products for the Summer
Utility Strap™ - Sling
One of our most popular straps, the Utility Strap™ - Sling is perfect for carrying your DSLR around this summer. It's strong, streamlined and has a full non-skid surface on the underside of the strap pad. When you are out and about at the county fair, backyard BBQ or farmers market you can take all the photos you want.
The younger cousin to the Utility Strap - Sling, the Compact Sling is designed for smaller point-and-shoot cameras. It also has a full non-skid surface on the underside of the strap pad.
Soft Pouch™ - Digital D-Series
The Soft Pouch™ - Digital D-Series has become the reliable go-to pouch for photographers near and far. With 13 sizes to choose from, you'll be able to get a snug fit. Use our nifty Product Finder for help with finding the correct size for your specific camera. The cushy neoprene pouch snaps close around the neck strap so that the neck strap is still usable. When you're riding the roller-coasters, bicycles or horses this summer, you don't have to worry about your camera getting bounced or knocked around.