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Peak Design Capture Camera Clip
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- All-aluminum construction, 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
- Includes PROplate quick-release plate, which fits in most ARCA-type and Manfrotto RC2 tripod heads
- 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.
Lens Color: Capture Pro
Top customer reviews
When you have a camera bag on your shoulders, what do you do with your camera? Keep it in the bag and pull it out 100 times, or hand hold it? Now you can carry it around and have access to it in seconds.
When using on my belt, is also great, though larger lenses will be a bit of a pain, but if all I want is my camera and a single lens, normally like a 35mm prime, or a small zoom, then this works great. If you have a thick leather belt this will also help keep it in place and make it comfortable.
The great things is I can carry it on my right hip and still hold and carry my 9-month old at the same time. With camera straps and sling straps, this was still a pain because the camera was off to the side, but never really stable, specially during the picking up and putting down process of your kid.
I love it so much I got a second one, so I can keep one on my camera bag and one on the belt, so I can switch them around quickly and easily for those moments when I put my camera back pack down but still need a place to holster the camera.
The wider plate is a nice addition as well. The camera feels like it is anchored better to the plate.
I primarily bought the CapturePRO because of this threaded hole for use with the a quick sling strap that I had previously purchased. I have since then become a fan of Peak Design and purchased the Peak Design Slide, but still use the Capture and CapturePRO to hold my camera and lenses.
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.
The Peak Design Capture solved that, by making the hardware on the bottom of the camera double as an Arca-compatible QR plate. It fits perfectly on the tripod I'll be using on my trip (a MeFoto Road Trip). And it makes for a much smaller mass of stuff stuck on the bottom of my camera.
It's easy enough to get started. The belt-mounted part of the clip comes in two halves. You put the blank half behind the belt and the half with the slot and buttons on the outside of the belt, and tighten the thumb screws to clamp the halves onto the belt. Once everything is in position and tightened, nothing's going anywhere - it's very secure. The small non-metal QR plate that mounts on the bottom of the camera seems solid enough to hold up under heavy use. The screw in the QR plate has a slot to allow tightening with a coin, but the supplied Allen wrench is the tool to use if you really want to lock it down.
The plate locks very positively into the clip. You'll feel a good "click" when you have it inserted completely. The lock release (the red "button" you see in the pictures) takes a bit of getting used to . You have to press the red button to unlock and release the camera. I have the clip mounted on the belt on my right side, so I'm using my right hand to grab the camera and my right little finger press the red button. At first, I had the clip mounted perpendicular to my belt, and the QR plate squared up on the bottom of the camera. This made it impossible to reach the red button with my pinky, which appears to be the way to grab and release the camera in one motion. I ended up re-positioning the clip so that the top is slightly forward in relation to the bottom (rotated a bit clockwise, if you're viewing from the side), and I rotated the plate on the bottom of the camera slightly. This made it easier to reach the red button, while still allowing the camera to hang with the lens pointed straight down. None of this is a big deal, it's just a quirk in the design that's simple enough to deal with.
It's not perfect. Because it has to be capable of fitting on a wide range of belts, the clip might seem comically big if you're going to mount it on a smaller belt. And because it mounts across the belt, the camera inserts into the clip from the side, not the top. It will take a bit of use to develop an instinctual knowledge of just where to aim the camera and at what angle to hold the camera, to get it to slide into the clip. And it will take some practice to make "grab camera/press release button/remove camera" a quick, natural motion.
Everything appears to be well made. There are no burrs or other manufacturing flaws to be seen, and the plate slides in and out of the clip smoothly. While all of this hardware is good and solid, it's light enough in weight that you won't even notice it's there.
To be honest, the fact that this system is designed around an Arca-compatible mounting plate is the biggest reason to choose this product. If I didn't need to accommodate a QR plate, I would have gone with the Spider Holster solution. It's much heavier-duty. And its "top entry" holster design means that most of the time, there's no need to lock the camera into the holster - gravity will keep it in place. And because it's a simple pin going into a slot, it's much easier to get in and out, and the camera can swivel around to hang naturally. It's a great design, but it's not great to use with a QR plate. For the specific set of criteria I was looking at, I don't think I could have done better than the Peak Design Capture.