The Double Breathe Slim Camera Harness is a trusted, secure camera strap design for one or two SLR, DSLR, or mirrorless cameras.
The harness was first introduced in 2008 as a premier camera sling and has since evolved to include the Double Breathe SLIM version, which is a slightly thinner and lighter double camera harness.
This double harness keeps your cameras safe and securely by your side during demanding days of shooting. This sling is ready for action with its breathable materials and sturdy swivel-locking hardware.
Professional or amateur photographers alike will appreciate the comfort and classic style of the patented shoulder pad design, which is built with moisture-wicking materials to keep you cool during shoots.
The strap can be adjusted to a length of 63 inches and features a pad made of nylon mono mesh, TPE foam, polyester, and air mesh.
How do you use a camera harness?
Watch the video on the left (or on our YouTube Channel) to see how easy it is to comfortably carry two cameras and always maintain quick access to them so that you don’t miss a shot.
Strap adjustable length with pad: 52″ (132 cm)
Double SLIM can be taken apart and used as a Single Camera Sling
Pad consists of Nylon mono mesh, TPE foam, polyester and air mesh
Pad Length: 15″ (38 cm)
Pad Width: 2″ – 3.1″ (4.5 cm – 8 cm)
Pad Thickness: 0.3″ (.65 cm)
Webbing: 100% Nylon
Webbing Width: 1″ (2.5 cm)
Includes 2 Swivel Locking Carabiners, 2 LockStar, 2 FastenR (FR-5), 2 Camera Safety Tether
Product Weight: 10.8 oz
- FR-5 Weight: 0.6 oz each
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Female pro shooter, 5' tall, 115lb: I ordered the regular before seeing that there was a Double Breathe Slim version. Loved the comfort of the shoulder harness in the regular, but not possible to shorten the straps enough for my height. Then discovered the Slim version so returned the regular and ordered it (now I wish I had waited before returning the regular). While I can (just barely) get the straps shortened enough for my height, I've found the narrower (and possibly less padded?) shoulder harness of the Double Slim not nearly as comfortable as the regular - and of course that is where all the weight of two large sensor DSLR's plus lenses is placed. If I had time before my next multi-day shoot, I'd go back to the regular and see if it's possible to have the straps altered to fit. I realize I'm among an extremely small percentage of pro's height-wise and can't reasonably expect a company to design for very small physiques, but hopefully this will help others in the same boat. My advice would be to order one of each, and then see if the double slim, or paying for alterations to the regular (if it's even reasonably doable) is the best choice for you.