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Peak Design Capture Camera Clip System

Peak Design Capture Camera Clip System - A revolutionary accessory for today’s photographers. DSLR users can say goodbye to their neck straps for good.

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Capture Clip in Bags, Cases and Straps

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With the use of DSLR’s on the rise globally, the Capture Camera Clip System has been designed to conquer one of the most common pain-points DSLR users have – lugging around their bulky, expensive camera.

Capture is a new way for active outdoors photographers to carry their camera - by attaching it to any strap or belt. The product’s lightweight ultra-durable aluminum body clamps tightly onto a user’s backpack strap, waist belt, messenger bag, or other existing gear. Capture holds a camera rigidly and securely against the user’s body, allowing them to be fully active without their DSLR bouncing and swinging into harm’s way.

Active photographers will never miss a shot with Capture, because it’s high strength quick release lock allows a user to grab their camera, take a shot, and re-secure it in a second flat. From pros to beginners, bikers to hikers and paparazzi, Capture’s versatility will revolutionise the way DSLR users transport and handle their cameras.

The Capture Clip is priced of £59.99 inc VAT. For more information please visit the Intro 2020 website.

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cameracat 14 8.6k 61 Norfolk Island
8 Feb 2012 2:06PM
Anyone tried this with " Braces " .....Grin

Well! The question had to be asked...Wink

Hipsters might be a problem, Unless your into " Mooning " at wedding guests....!!!

Oh! Almost forgot, What about the " Pod " or " Beer Belly " ?

I say dear, Can you see where I put my camera, Yes John, Its under your gut......Tongue

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justin c 14 4.9k 36 England
8 Feb 2012 3:43PM
It could be worth a look if you shoot with two camera bodies and need instant access to them.
I constantly switch between a 1.6 X crop body and a full frame one, so this could be a quicker solution than keeping it in a jacket pocket.

As with most things related to photography it's ridiculously overpriced though!!!!Sad

£15 max seems more reasonable.
scottishphototours 14 2.6k 2
8 Feb 2012 9:33PM
Had to check the date there - thought it was April 1st.....what a load of overpriced cack...
nsutcliffe 11 90 United Kingdom
9 Feb 2012 2:02PM
At least if the camera is around my neck it stops it being stolen so easily. If this really has got a quick-release button then a thief will have it away before you can say 'cheese'!
Tramper 10 3 Spain
10 Feb 2012 9:49AM
What about sitting down? That could be a whole new ball game!!!Smile

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