- Product Dimensions: 10.4 x 5.1 x 2.3 cm ; 136 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 136 g
- Item model number: PEAKCAMCLIP
- ASIN: B005JZ7EV4
- Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 22 Nov. 2011
- Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
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Capture Camera Clip Strap / Belt System
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- Amazingly versatile, but drop-dead simple to use
- Fits onto any strap or belt up to 7.6cm (3") wide and 1.3cm (0.5") thick
- Fits any camera that has a standard 1/4" tripod mounting hole
- The lock can withstand over 60kg of force
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The Capture® Camera Clip System by Peak Design keeps your DSLR camera secure and accessible during any physical activity. Capture Clip replaces your camera neck strap, camera bag, camera sling or camera holster by allowing you to safely carry your camera on any backpack strap or belt. Capture is designed for any DSLR owner - whether you're a wedding photographer, music photographer, journalist, rock climber, snowboarder, hiker or a mother with small children, Capture Clip will make sure you never leave your camera behind again. The quick-release plate slides into the clip in 4 directions, letting you choose how you position your camera. This makes changing lenses safe and easy.
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Top Customer Reviews
I tried it on my belt as well and it feels ok for a while, but when walking the weight of the camera and lens (Canon 5Dm2 + EF 50/f1.4) begins to pull your trousers down and the locking mechanism is in a slightly inconvenient position.
In a crowd it's very handy to have the camera clamped in a static position near ones body vs. for example a BlackRapid or SunSniper strap where the camera swings around and get bumped alot more.
My final verdict therefore would be that it's a good carry mechanism for hikers and bikers with high quality backpacks, but for belt based carrying there are better solutions available.
The ease that the capture camera clip system can be used is impressive, I have tried the clip system on two different bags with varying widths of shoulder straps and have been very pleased with how comfortable it is. The weight of the camera and lens is fully supported, when in the clip, by the should strap the clip is attached to. Whilst using the clip the camera feels very secure and yet is quick to access. If you are worried about the security of your camera whilst in the clip there is a small thumb screw that can be tightened to lock the camera in place although this is a feature that to date I have not felt the need to use.
I would not hesitate to recommend this to anyone wishing to find a way to securely take the weight of a camera off their neck whilst leaving there hands free.
I have used it many times to carry my EOS60D with a variety of different sized lenses and am very pleased. It works well whether attached to my belt or backpack strap.
Adjustable strap has no problem accommodating a thick leather belt.
The locking screw is a reassuring addition, although the spring locking clip is enough on its own.
It's simpler, less cumbersome and priced for the pro and amateur market.
Robust, nicely engineered and easy to master. No Camera carrying system is perfect and Capture Camera Clip will evolve and improve but it's well worth the price to meet your needs now. It's inventor, Peter Dering,is introducing many accessories such as extenders that adapt the device so that it can be attached to your bicycle.
The greatest advantage is that it can be used on any belt,strap or harness you already wear or use.
This is an exciting product and my first choice for carrying my DSLR.
When the "chassis" is attached to a shoulder strap you have to be careful when you wear a t-shirt. You may find slight grazes on your biceps after putting quickly your bag on. In order to avoid such a chance I suggest to wear first the shoulder strap with the "chassis" on and be a little careful ;)
That's why I gave it 4-stars.
I like the extra screw for locking the plate in its place.
I recommend it!
P.S. Just mentioning that the "camera connection plate" doesn't allow the battery cap to open all the way, in my camera, although you can remove the battery easily without removing the plate.
a bit expensive but well worth it. good design and great set up for quick release.
This clip is very durable and holds the camera stable.
I also used it during our one day long jungle trekking and after I got used to the position of the camera on the holder I was sure it is safe and I could climb and do any move with two free hands.
Camera connection plate is compatible with my joby ball head.
I had the neck strap on the camera as well, because when the camera is on the Capture holder it has no weight on the neck, but when you are shooting it can prevent from dropping the equipment. Hand strap can be an option as well, because camera connection plate has extra screw-in.
Being a female means i often dont have a belt, or it' just for decoration and not really up to the job of supporting a dslr and a heavy chunk of high end glass.
The release mechanism is quick and easy but does require a little bit of getting used to
Most of the time when using mine it will be attached to my camera bag strap and looking after my second body, or being extremely useful during lens swaps. The other issue comes when you want to use a tripod and have your capture QR plate on and not your tripod QR plate. Luckily i very rarely use or need a tripod.
great product, just think about what you want to attach it to
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love it Works well when out and about Well made Have my D800 with telephoto lens fitted so safe and securePublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
This is, hands down, one of the greatest invetions of the last decade. I cannot recommend this enough to any traveller/hikerPublished 14 months ago by Adrian Trinidade
I have to say that he is not happy with the product basically for what we paid for, he was expecting to be more solid.Published on 9 Jun. 2014 by Darya
If the SLR is heavy then the belt to which it is attached twists under the load.
For a SLR with prime lens eg 28 or 50mm or perhaps a small zoom it is not bad... Read more
Such a clever gadget, im not a fan of neck straps and this with a hand strap is spot on for me.Published on 13 Jun. 2013 by MRob909
once i saw the vid of this clip i realised how many times ive missed photo opps because going into my bag was too long or i missed the shot. Read morePublished on 2 May 2013 by Matryx
A very handy well made strong piece of kit. I don't like carrying a camera around my neck so this product is exactly what I needPublished on 8 Sept. 2012 by D F Nesbitt