Peak Design Capture Camera Clip PEAKCAMCLIP
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- Holds ANY camera, from bulky SLRs with heavy lenses to smaller point and shoot cameras.
- Attaches to ANY strap or belt (up to 3 inches wide), eliminating the need to wear additional holsters, vests or neck straps.
- Holds your camera securely in place, but keeps it accessible with the click of a button.
- Holds your camera rigidly against your body, preventing it from bouncing or swaying during physical activity.
- Compatible with all Arca-Swiss Classic style tripod heads.
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Top Customer Reviews
Capture Clip has performed EXCELLENTLY so far! I have used it at the zoo with my son, on live shoots, during action packed events.
It takes a little getting used to for the quick release - I am only just now getting it down to a science after having it for 3 weeks.
It's rugged, sturdy, easy to use and set up, pretty looking, convenient, awesome.!
I backed this item on Kickstarter, and absolutely DO not regret it.
Capture Clip is a must have if you have multiple bodies, a bad back, your hands full of kids or diaper bags, or any number of other qualifiers!
Best $79.99 spent. Period.
You may ask, why did this happen? Didn't you have the safety screw in? Here is the problem. Part of what makes this better than a strap is its ability to be hooked in anywhere and allow easy access. The safety screw adds a bit of security but decreases the functionality, since the piece is small and requires you to remove and replace it any time you want to access the camera. On hikes like the Camino, fast access to the camera is what's valuable and if you take the 3-5 extra seconds it's gone.
Don't let that story take away from the amazing overall concept. If you will be using this for short hikes, or daily wear, it can't be beat. For longer trips, you may want to stick with more traditional, though less convenient options.
As a suggestion, I would make the safety screw a spring loaded toggle, or something that did not require a separate piece that could be lost.
The Capture consists of a chassis, backplate, and camera connection plate. Attaching the Capture to a belt or strap is easy. You just swivel open the chassis, slide the backplate behind your belt or strap, and swivel the chassis back in place. Then you tighten the two clamping bolts to secure the clip in place.
The camera connection plate attaches to the camera's tripod mount. To attach the camera to the clip you simply slide the connection plate into the chassis. It's held in place by a plastic tab. To remove the camera you press the quick release button and slide it off the clip. There's also a twist lock on the chassis as an extra measure to keep the connection plate in place, but I found it wasn't necessary to use. The connection plate is Arca Classic compatible, so if you're using that type of tripod system you won't need to remove the plate for tripod use. There's also a tripod mount drilled into the plate. It's a bit off center so I'd rather just remove the plate and use the camera's tripod mount. The plate also has a metal loop on each side for attaching a hand strap.
I tried the Capture using a standard backpack.Read more ›
After receiving the Capture Camera, I immediately mounted it to my SONY NEX-5 and my belt and went out. It lived up to all the hype. I saw a couple of people with straps still and every single one of them were holding their camera in their hand as they walked, where as I had it safely on my belt. However, after a while I noticed slight flaw in the design. At that point I posted a review on Amazon complaining about the issue. I posted the review on Saturday and by Monday I was contacted by Peak Design in regard to the issue. I responded with as much detail as possible in hopes that they have a solution to this problem. Peak Design was so eager to rectify this situation that my email was immediately forwarded to Peak Design's founder Peter Dering. Peter extended his apologies for the 'defect' in his design and offered to discuss over the phone what Peak Design could to make me a happy customer.
At this point I was flabbergasted at the idea that this company cares about their product so much that the founder himself is still in touch with his customers and that their founder was willing to take time out of his day to speak to an end user about the successes and faults of the Capture Camera.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A couple of colleagues swear by this product. One even raved about their amazing customer service, even spoke w the main dude. That's awesome. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Angel E. Valentin
It's actually pretty hard to use and get adjusted correctly to straps or belts. Overall concept is great but lacks finess.Published 9 months ago by William Leung
This is a disappointment. I wanted something to secure my camera on belt/harness when I was out hiking, so my hands could be free and the camera would get decent support. Read morePublished 10 months ago by L. J. Walker
This camera clip is convenient and easy to use, especially, for long distance walk. It makes carrying my canon 6d with ef 24-105 f4L easy to lug around. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Noel La Guardia
As a heavyweight individual, its not good for belt use, nor really possible, at least for my body type. So I tried it on a Black Rapid strap, yea I know ironic lol. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Chris A.
Awesome! Very high quality, beats having a heavy camera hanging off of your chest/shoulder during a hike or trip. I have no complaints with this device at all. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Amber K.
The best camera is the one in your hand. This clip can get me close enough to doing that. I've seen most people use neck strap or shoulder strap. I've tried it myself. Read morePublished 13 months ago by YW