SpiderHolster SpiderPro Dual Camera System
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- Cameras lock into place each time they're returned to holster - in lower position, locks keep cameras secure for longer-term carrying and in upper position, locks disengage for quick and easy access
- Gives your cameras freedom of movement at your hips and allows you to carry them comfortably without having weight on your shoulders for extended periods of time
- Adjustable belt fits most waists, is made from webbing materials like those used in army/police equipment and features triple-lock buckle system
- Pad for comfort, 2 holsters, 2 aluminum alloy camera plates and 2 stainless steel pins
- Extremely durable and designed specifically for active shooting situations
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|Item Dimensions||10 x 2 x 10.25 inches|
|Shipping Weight||2.3 pounds|
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The SpiderPro Dual Camera System from Spider Camera Holster is a unique way to have 2 professional DSLRs simultaneously at the ready. Designed to carry heavy-duty pro cameras, this is a serious hip-mounted belt/holster system that provides a way to wear 2 DSLRs on your waist as a cowboy would his six-shooters. This gives you more freedom than you would have with 2 cameras dangling from your shoulders and is more comfortable, especially over long periods of time. Alternatively, you could carry a camera on your right holster and an extra lens (attached via its tripod mount) on your left holster, or vice-versa. It is recommended that you carry a smaller body/lens combination on one side for maximum comfort during extended shoots.The SpiderPro Dual Camera System improves upon the Single Camera system with the addition of another SpiderPro Holster, Plate and Pin. It includes a belt made from webbing materials similar to those used in army/police equipment. The belt features a triple-lock buckle and fits most waists with its adjustable 28 - 50" (71.1 - 127 cm) size. The rest of the package consists of a pad for comfort, 2 holsters, 2 camera plates and 2 pins. Using this system, you can remain hands-free while your DSLR hangs at your side, waiting for that grab shot. The SpiderPro belt holds the entire rig, the holsters hold the cameras, the cast aluminum alloy plates attach to the tripod sockets of your cameras and let you easily connect your quick-release f
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This dual holster is pretty good, once you get it assembled. It's a bit tedious to do, and the instructions are...lacking. Be prepared to spend a good 20 minutes tussling with it, at least. I'll keep this review short and sweet, but will suggest reading Truth Be Told's review for more detail.
Good way to carry two cameras.
Keeps both hands free until you're ready to use the cameras, and has a locking tab for both sides.
Weight distribution process becomes a factor after prolonged wear (something to be leery of if your gear is heavy, i.e. Nikon users)
Assembly process is a real pain in the butt.
Camera(s) may touch the ground when kneeling.
I shoot weddings and had been using Black River slings, which are also great. But as get older I have a lot more neck pain. The dual holster system is phenomenal. I also have been going to ranch rodeos to shoot for fun lately bcs my husband is entered and I can much more easily climb around on the panels and such, whereas before with the slings, they'd swing around too much. i also can run with this on and two nikon d810s with larger lenses on, I just have to stick my hands on them for balance.
The holster clips are fully adjustable and what is really nice is the allen wrenches are spring loaded in a nesting spot within the plate that screws onto the camera.
The design and concept are awesome! I have found around the neck and around the shoulder straps absolutely awkward to use and sometimes even uncomfortable. I am a female photographer, so I've tried one of top rate "designed for ladies" straps and did not like it any better than the "unisex" straps out there.
I've been searching for an option for a while that would accommodate two cameras. I read a write up on this holster system in one of my professional photography publications and decided to try it out.
I shot a wedding in September with it with and it made switching often between two cameras very easy. I've used it in the studio several times for portraiture sessions as well and have also loved it for that.
My recommendations are to read the reviews here for tips for getting it set up for use AND for using it. The products website does an OK job, but the reviews here were very helpful in deciding to purchase it and in getting started with it. The most challenging thing was getting the holsters on and the belt adjusted (product site has a downloadable pdf instruction book for this which helps but would definitely be better presented as a video) -- this is an important step that you only have to do once, but you need to be SURE about how you want it to fit to include the positioning of the holsters on the belt. It will accommodate a wide range of sizes (I'm a 5' 2" non-overweight female; there's plenty of belt length to fit a much larger person, however, if you're very large, please check the size specs before purchasing).
So far, I love it! However, the big question is how long will the belt and holster materials hold up? Once I've been able to break it in a bit more, I will update this review.
Really like the hex key built into the adapter so you always have it available in case you want to switch sides or switch bodies. And the belt is pretty comfortable. Yes, you do need to spend some time getting the 2nd holster attached, BUT they have you do it so it can be placed EXACTLY where YOU want it. It's not just velcro, but an actual installation that makes it just as sturdy and trustworthy as the main holster. The online video helps tremendously, spend the 15 minutes to get it right and you won't have to do it again. It took a minimum amount of time to get used to sliding the bodies in/out the holsters, and a little more time to get used to the locking system which i skipped some of the time for quickness. I'm sure with a little more practice the unlocking could be very quick.
It was so easy to use that i took it hiking the next day with just 1 camera and got multiple inquiries on what i was using that looked so easy to use and stable as i scrambled around. I gladly told them to look into a SpiderHolster. I liked it so much i'll likely be getting a few of the accessories and will get the lighter Black Widow version for more every day use and keep this Pro model for weddings when i need to have 2 bodies ready and accessible. The only thing that is a slight negative is the weight, as the belt with both holsters has some heft to it, but because it sits on the hips you don't feel the weight. Ignore the 1 bad review, HUGE thumbs up.