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The Spider Camera Holster for your DSLR

The Spider Camera Holster for your DSLR - Change the way you carry your camera with the Spider Camera Holster.

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Spider Camera HolsterHave you suffered with neck, shoulder, or back strain after carrying your DSLR for too long? Well the Spider Camera Holster may be the perfect solution for you.
 
Designed by professional photographer, Shai Eynav, the Spider Camera Holster is a small belt clip which has a pin adapter that screws into the bottom of any camera tripod mount. This immediately takes the weight of the camera from your neck to your hip.
 
Shai claims that the holster makes it easy to draw and fire  your camera in one smooth motion.
 
The Spider Camera Holster will be available this summer and the price is not yet available.

Visit the Spider Holster website for more details.
 
We have put a video of the Spider Camera Holster on ePHOTOzine.tv to see what you think of it.

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mcgovernjon 5 138 United Kingdom
28 May 2009 3:22PM
"Have you suffered with neck, shoulder, or back strain after carrying your DSLR for too long?"

No.

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aco012000 8 35 1
28 May 2009 6:42PM
This looks an excellent idea especially for people like myself who have shoulder / neck problems.
However it looks like it could well be a gift horse for thieves as there does not seem to be any security involved.
Would appreciate a review that tackles this issue before I woul;d consider buying one.
mark_delta 7 1.3k
29 May 2009 9:13AM
Show me a video of someone running down stairs with the spider as the only support for the camera
sherlob e2
8 2.3k 125 United Kingdom
29 May 2009 1:27PM
I suspect that this would be a tad uncomfortable with the more weighty models - not to mention the risk of pulling down ya trousers Wink

Adam
brianquinn 7 243 1 United Kingdom
31 May 2009 4:29PM
Sit down for a break, and the camera falls out?
Great idea, but not sure
Brian

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