SKU: GC47-TT018

Think Tank Photo Pixel Racing Harness V3.0 (Black)

Think Tank Photo Pixel Racing Harness V3.0 (Black)

Designed for the modular belt system, this black Pixel Racing Harness V3.0 from Think Tank Photoattaches to any optional Think Tank belt to help distribute weight to your shoulders and allow you to carry more gear. It can be used by anyone from 5' to 6' 5" tall, with adjustable buckle stops on all three straps to help you find the best fit. A 3D air mesh material keeps the harness breathable for use in hot days, and foam padding makes it comfortable and easy to wear.

For mounting accessories, the Pixel counts with dual D-rings at the top for attaching a hook and a small stretch pocket for everyday items. An attachment point is available for the optional Little Stuff It! pouch, and the harness is also compatible with the Camera Support V2.0 straps. Finally, a quick release buckle on the front allows you to easily remove the harness after you are done shooting.

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Think Tank Photo Pixel Racing Harness V3.0 (Black)

Designed for the modular belt system, this black Pixel Racing Harness V3.0 from Think Tank Photoattaches to any optional Think Tank belt to help distribute weight to your shoulders and allow you to carry more gear. It can be used by anyone from 5' to 6' 5" tall, with adjustable buckle stops on all three straps to help you find the best fit. A 3D air mesh material keeps the harness breathable for use in hot days, and foam padding makes it comfortable and easy to wear.

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