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The Adjustable Connector System Connector features patented thermoplastic-rubber connectors that hold strong to a camera. They are interchangeable with many of OP/TECH USA camera straps.
With the OP/TECH USA System Connectors™, the camera/binocular owner has several connection options. You can buy an extra set of connectors to customize the strap to best suit your needs. Straps can be lengthened to be worn across the chest or shortened to be worn at chest level. Another feature of the System Connectors™ is the small carrying handle created when the quick disconnects are latched together.
The Adjustable Connector features patented thermoplastic-rubber connectors that hold strong but remain flexible. The Adjustable Connector contains one pair (one male and one female connector).
|Stock #||Style||Color||MSRP||Approximate Size|
|1301152||Adjustable Connector||Black||$7.95||Adjustable in length 8.5"–13" (21,6cm–33cm) each side|
How to Attach an Adjustable Connector to your Camera Watch Video
1. Slide tab through connection point on camera and bend back toward retaining bar.
2. Slide tab under retaining bar and pull through.
3. Pull tab over button and push down until button pops through hole in tab.
4. Pull tab down until button locks into place.
If you only have one Op/Tech strap but more then one body I found this connector to be the quickest to swap over the strap from one body to another. Had mine for over ten years now and still haven't worn out attached to ROUND LOOP type rings on the camera. If you have the rectangular type camera mounts you would be better off getting the 3/8" webbing or uni-loop connectors as these may tear in on edges in that type of mount
I first bought my Op/Tech straps in England over 25 years ago. Both are fitted with these connectors, and have been used with many cameras over the years including my Mamiya 645 and Nikon cameras. They are still as good as the day I bought them, and I am just now considering getting some additional connectors as spares (not that I am likely to need them :-) ). Great job Op/Tech!!