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Peak Design CapturePRO Camera Clip with MICROplate

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Product Highlights
  • Attaches to Most Belts or Straps
  • Withstands 200 lb of Force
  • Arca-Type Plate for Smaller Cameras
  • Use as a Tripod Clamp
  • Safety Lock
  • Plate Lock
  • Hand Strap Loops
  • D-Ring for Sling Straps
  • Non-Twist Padding
  • Corrosion Resistant and Weatherproof

The CapturePRO Camera Clip from Peak Design is a camera holstering system that securely holds your camera without the traditional camera strap. The system is made up of a clip and a MICROplate quick release plate, which together can support up to 200 lb. The quick release plate is designed for point-and-shoot and Micro 4/3 cameras and is compatible with all Arca-type clamps. The clip can attach to any backpack strap, bag or belt less than 3" wide. It is ideal for photographers who need their hands free and also need instant access to their camera. The CapturePRO can also be mounted directly to a tripod or monopod and be used as a quick release clamp.

To use the system, attach the quick release plate to your camera, clamp the clip around a strap or belt and secure in place by tightening the two hand-tightened bolts. Your camera slides into the clip, locks in place, and will not detach until you push the quick release button to release it from the clip.

The CapturePRO comes with a 4mm hex wrench for securely installing your plate on the camera, and a microfiber pouch for storing your clip when it is not in use.

A safety lock can be activated by turning the release button, preventing accidental release and theft.
Loops on the quick release plate allow you to use a hand strap and CapturePRO together.
The quick release plate features a load-bearing D-ring screw that is compatible with sling-style straps.
Injection-molded rubber pads on the quick release plates mold to the bottom of your camera and prevent your camera from twisting during use.
A plate locking-knob tightens down onto the plate for extra rigidity and for point-of-view video.
Your camera can lock into the CapturePRO in multiple directions allowing you to easily change lenses.
All parts are made of corrosion resistant and weatherproof materials.
Material Aluminum
Tripod Mount Thread Size Female, 3/8"-16 with 1/4"-20 bushing adapter
Camera Mount Thread Size Male, 1/4"-20
Dimensions Clip: 4.1 x 2.1 x 1.1" (10.4 x 5.2 x 2.8 cm)
Plate: 1.7 x 1.2 x 0.6" (4.3 x 2.9 x 1.5 cm)
Weight Clip: 3.9 oz (110.0 g)
Plate: 0.8 oz (22.0 g)
Peak Design CapturePRO Camera Clip with MICROplate
  • CapturePRO Camera Clip
  • MICROplate
  • Microfiber Pouch
  • 4mm Hex Wrench
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
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    Peak DesignCapturePRO Camera Clip with MICROplate
     
    4.3

    (based on 3 reviews)

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    • Durable (3)

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        4.0

        Quick camera access, sturdy build

        By docrpm

        from Oakland, CA

        About Me Photo Enthusiast

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        Pros

        • Compact
        • Durable
        • Easy To Attach Camera
        • Firm Mount

        Cons

        • Ergonomics Are Fair
        • Needs Longer Bolts

        Best Uses

        • Backpacking
        • Travel

        Comments about Peak Design CapturePRO Camera Clip with MICROplate:

        I recently used the CapturePRO during a 2-week trip to Peru, and was generally pleased with its performance. I shoot with a Panasonic Lumix G6 (m43), and the clip performed as advertised during my trip. I had quick and easy access to my camera, never had to fuss with straps or cases, and felt confident that my camera was secure.

        Here's how I used to CapturePRO:

        Step 1: Attach the MICRO plate to the bottom of my camera. The plate screws in by hand easily, and can then be tightened down using the included allen wrench. Simple and sturdy.

        Step 2: Attach the clip itself to the Camelbak I'd be using during my travel adventures (day trips in and around cities, and lightweight hiking elsewhere). This proved more challenging. The strap on my Camelbak isn't very thick (maybe 1/4 - 3/8"), but this proved to be about the limit for the CapturePRO. I really had to squish the strap to get it inside the clip, although once there, I was able to tighten down the screws sufficiently.

        Step 3: Remove camera as needed. Once you get used to it, pretty easy, though not quite as simple as I had hoped. The release button is on the right side of the clip, which seems a little awkward to me. It means that if the clip is horizontal on the left strap of a backpack (natural position for a right-handed shooter), you need to reach over the top of the clip with your left hand, hold the camera with your right, press release button with left hand, and lift camera away with right. It's not possible to remove with one hand, unless I'm missing something...

        Step 4: Attach the camera. Pretty simple....Just slide the camera into the bracket until it snaps. It can be a little fussy, depending on how tightly the release tension has been set, but generally works quickly and easily.

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        I'll have to try to CapturePRO in a few different placements (e.g., on belt, vertical on backpack strap) to see how the ergonomics differ. Small complaints aside, I found the clip useful and preferable to fussing with either a camera strap or a case.

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        4.0

        Great Accessory

        By BRH72

        from Haines City, Florida

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        Pros

        • Compact
        • Durable
        • Lightweight

        Cons

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            Comments about Peak Design CapturePRO Camera Clip with MICROplate:

            I received this about 2 weeks ago. So far this was a great addition. Just watch how thick the backpack straps are. I have used this on my belt mostly. It is great for when you do not want to use your camera strap.

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            5.0

            Works great with Tascam DR-100

            By David Degner

            from Cairo, Egypt

            About Me Pro Photographer

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            Pros

            • Compact
            • Durable
            • Easy to Use
            • Lightweight

            Cons

              Best Uses

                Comments about Peak Design CapturePRO Camera Clip with MICROplate:

                Now I can attatch my audio recorder to my belt. It is quite convenient and just works.

                Though it is a bit expensive.

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