Peak Design Capture Camera Clip
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- Holds camera during any physical activity while providing instant access for picture taking
- Attaches to any strap or belt up to 3 Inch (7.6 cm) wide and 0.5 Inch (1.3 cm) thick
- Works with DSLR, compact and point-and-shoot cameras
- Quick-release lock withstands over 200 lbs. of force
- Allows for fast & easy lens changes
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PEAK DESIGN CAPTURE CAMERA CLIP
CARRY CAMERAS AND WAY MORE
WORKS WITH ANY CAMERA
Full-frame DSLR, Crop - sensor DSLR, compact mirrorless or point-and-shoot—CapturePRO let's you securely carry any camera/lens/accessory combination out there.
UNMATCHED ACCESS, UNMATCHED SECURITY
ATTACHES TO ANY STRAP OR BELT
Works with straps up to 3 inches (7.6 cm) wide and 0.5 inches (1.3 cm) thick. Attach the clip anywhere on your belt, backpack strap, backpack waist strap, messenger bag strap and more. Your camera will always be in reach.
HOLDS YOUR CAMERA RIGIDLY
Unlike other camera carrying solutions, Capture holds your camera completely rigidly, making it ideal for more intense activities like hiking, biking, skiing, snowboarding and climbing.
WORKS WITH ALL PEAK DESIGN STRAPS
CHANGE LENSES WITH EASE
Your camera locks into Capture in multiple directions, allowing fast lens changing. Want an even faster lens-changing experience? Add on Lens Kit.
The included Quick Release plate has 4 loops for attaching Peak Design Anchor attachments, so you can quickly attach any of our straps.
WORKS WITH YOUR OTHER GEAR, TOO
CAPTURE WORKS WITH ARCA-TYPE TRIPODS
Take your camera out of Capture and put it directly into your ARCA-type tripod with the included quick-release plate.
Mount GoPro cameras with the POV Kit, carry binoculars with the Bino Kit and quickly change lenses with Lens Kit (all sold separately).
CAPTURE PRO WORKS WITH MOST MANFROTTO RC-2 TRIPODS
Install a set of adapters into the PROplate (adapters and plate included with CapturePro) and your camera will fit into both ARCA and most Manfrotto RC-2 tripods. For a complete list of compatible models, go to our main website.
CAPTURE PRO CONVERTS TO A TRIPOD CLAMP
CapturePRO has a solid aluminum backplate with a female screw thread, allowing you to screw the unit atop your tripod plate or 3/8" head mount and used as a quick-release clamp.
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|Item Dimensions||1.1 x 4.1 x 2.05 in||3.27 x 0.79 x 1.57 in||3.27 x 0.79 x 1.57 in||1.1 x 4.1 x 2.05 in||2.64 x 4.8 x 0.7 in||1.18 x 1.57 x 0.59 in|
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On the capture clip, there is a third wheel which adjusts how tight it is. If it is too tight, it becomes difficult to attach the camera and there is no sensory feedback or "click" when clipping the camera on. On the other hand, if it is too loose, the camera will wobble and rattle. When wearing the capture clip on the belt in the officially recommended way, the tightness may increase or decrease randomly throughout the day as the wheel rubs against belt loops or other parts of clothing. One day, the clip was too tight and I failed to attach the camera fully due to the lack of tactile feedback. Moreover, since the officially recommended method attaches the camera from the side, gravity does not help to secure the camera. As a consequence, the camera fell off and I dropped it on the ground for the first time in my eight years as a photographer. Both the camera and lens were irreversibly damaged. I instantly lost over $2,000 of gear.
All my colleagues also commented saying that wearing the camera on the belt is dangerous and precarious, and that they aren't surprised that I dropped it.
So far I used it on my belt the most but I did use it one day on the strap of my ONA camera bag and it worked perfectly there also.
If you are sick of the camera swinging in the wind from around your neck get this. There is a pro version and the only difference I can see is it has a threaded hole on it to use directly on a tripod. It's $20 more and I do think that is a bit much just for the added threaded hole. But if you regularly use a tripod it would be the way to go.
I don't trust this thing to hold my camera really. It's quite wiggly in there, unless you tighten down the retention mechanism, and when you do, entry becomes somewhat sticky. This issue is possibly exacerbated by the fact that one side of my capture clip is completely chewed up now due to insertions where the plate got wedged between the latch and dovetail (the other side is basically forced to dig itself into the plate).
IF one uses the Capture Clip such that you enter straight down, it seems like it might be good enough consistently for some people. The plate only gets jammed when it enters while lifted up on the latch side and flush on the non-latch side (ie, what happens 100% of the time when you have it mounted on your left side on your belt). At that point though, I honestly feel like retention systems like the SpiderPro are faster than the Capture. Capture is perhaps only really useful as a last-ditch positive retention mechanism. Again, I don't trust it 100%; although the mount is stable, it truly depends on what you have it mounted to as a weakest link, and as such I always carry my camera with a strap or other retention mechanism while Capture is engaged (really, I use Capture to prevent the camera from dangling when I'm moving around).
Whether this will be useful for you is up to the user. For me, I was extremely disappointed in how crappy the mechanism could be in side entry. If the latch was made out of a soft metal and toleranced to higher standards, perhaps this wouldn't be an issue.