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Cotton Carrier CCS G3 Camera Harness System for One Camera - Grey
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|Special Feature||Camera harness, camera sling|
|Model Name||Generation 3|
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- DESIGNED FOR THE ACTIVE PHOTOGRAPHER The CCS G3 Camera Harness System for one camera - Charcoal Grey
- PATENTED TWIST AND LOCK MECHANISM keeps your camera safe and always at the ready
- BUILT TO LAST the harness is made of the top materials we offer a 3 year warranty
- ONE SIZE FITS ALL adjustable camera harness made of Kodra Synthetic canvas with DWR coding
- EASY ON EASY OFF with A quick release waist belt with high speed cinch straps
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Cameras and lenses are expensive, so why take a chance when transporting your gear? Our high-quality products are made from tough materials: Lexan camera mounts; hand-tooled anodized aluminum camera mounting hubs; best-quality polypropylene nylon webbing and straps; quality stitching; and oversize clips all around.
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Reviewed in the United States on September 9, 2019
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I previously bought a harness to carry this system on my chest instead of in my arms, but the harness makes the lens bounce about as I walk.
I bought this product on recommendation of an acquaintence vs other brands on the market. The shoulder pads are comfortable and most of the weight of the camera and lens is supported by my back and hips.
I highly recommend the Cotton Carrier over the competition and the increased price is well worth the extra expenditure. This vest is extremely well made and will last for years. It works well with extra heavy camera and lens systems.
The flat hub may be the weak point. It could come loose,or worse, lost. Check its tightness frequently. The cost of a spare flat hub is $29. A ripoff.
But overall I’m very pleased with this carrier.
Oh, and the quality of the harness was top notch. Zero complaints in that department.
They've provide a strap to secure the lens to the vest so a long lens doesn't swing about but of course that's not shown in the videos. That strap is a good feature in some circumstances, say, if you were rock scrambling a lot on a mountain hike. I highly recommend using the second strap that tethers to your camera. The length is sufficient not to restrict your movement and if you drop your camera, you'll be so glad you have it attached. That's happened at least twice to me.
Two "bones" to pick. Explaining the four out of five stars.
The first is probably not avoidable, given the design, but it's possible when you carry a camera with a longer lens, to squat and when bent over slightly inadvertently cause the camera to rise-up out of the slot, "holster." It has happened at least twice to me, in both instances the strap securing the camera to the vest saved my camera and lens from dropping to the ground. One such occurance was when I was riding my bike wearing the vest with my camera and tele attached.
The second - is resolvable (company?)
The piece that attaches to the bottom of the camera (by-the-way, it'll need to be removed when you want to put your camera on some tripods) has three pieces, two smaller ones (a bolt and gasket) that are loose and easily lost when removed. You'll need to keep the three pieces together (somewhere other than temporarily in your pants pocket.) Perhaps in your camera bag in a baggie? My constructive criticism is that the small soft washer/gasket is designed to fit the opening so when you remove the little bolt, be careful not to lose the washer/gasket, as it doesn't stay in the slot and will fall out and potentially get lost. This happened to me and I visited the hardware store and I replaced it with a flexible round rubber gasket, the right diameter that expands when the bolt is withdrawn and therefore grips the sides of the slot in the camera attachment piece. Small pieces are the bane of mankind. lol
A separate Allen wrench is needed and provided, but it too is easily lost. You'll need to be careful about recalling where you put the wrench, (probably in your pocket, if you're lucky.) I would suggest putting the wrench in the storage on the back of the vest since it can't fall out of there. The pocket in the front is too loose to secure the Allen wrench when taking the vest on and off (and throwing it in the back car seat.) lol Also, with a larger lens on your camera, you won't be able to store much of anything in the front center pocket, as it interferes with how the camera and lens align with the slot that connects your equipment to the vest.