Spider Camera Holster Spider Web Tether

BH #SP401 • MFR #401
Spider Camera Holster
Spider Camera Holster Spider Web Tether
Key Features
  • Attaches to Camera to Prevent Accidents
  • Ergonomic and Adjustable
  • Streamlined Design
  • Quick In/Out Connection to Camera
Use the durable, streamlined Spider Web Tether from Spider Holster to help prevent accidentally dropping your camera. The tether attaches to your camera body and features an ergonomic, adjustable design that allows for a variety of tether configurations such as from the neck and over-the-shoulder. Photographers will appreciate the Spider hook quick in/out camera connection, and that the tether won't interfere with tripod usage.
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Spider Camera Holster 401 Overview

Use the durable, streamlined Spider Web Tether from Spider Holster to help prevent accidentally dropping your camera. The tether attaches to your camera body and features an ergonomic, adjustable design that allows for a variety of tether configurations such as from the neck and over-the-shoulder. Photographers will appreciate the Spider hook quick in/out camera connection, and that the tether won't interfere with tripod usage.

UPC: 737534547847

Spider Camera Holster 401 Specs

Packaging Info
Package Weight0.12 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)5.6 x 3.05 x 1.5"
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I like the idea of this extra security (having ...

I like the idea of this extra security (having personally lost hold of a camera using the Spider). What should I do if I want to use the Spider Dual holster system with the tether? Ideas?
Asked by: Chris
Thank you, Chris.. We do not currently have a dual-tether version available (so far you are one of the very few looking for this dual tether solution:-).. Most users found a good solution in our Hand Straps - have you tried our hand straps? They gove a tremendous amount of hand-holding security and so can potentially replace the use of a tether. Let us know, Spider Team
Answered by: Spider Holster Team
Date published: 2019-03-21

Ive made my own tether that connects to an Arca ...

Ive made my own tether that connects to an Arca bracket. I use nubs as the connector and paracord as the strap. It would see that since you dont have a "duel tether" that my method would work just the same. Do you see any drawbacks to this? Thanks.
Asked by: andy
Hi Andy, Thank you. Our tether could be modified to a dual-tether by design, but you are correct that we do not have a dual camera tether. That is mainly because our user base has not been using the tether that much, let alone a dual tether. If we see more demend for a dual tether, we can make a secondary part that will attach to the current single camera tether design. Please know that we can not take responsibility for any tether solution you may have found. Please feel free to contact us directly through spiderholster.com Thank you, Spider Camera Team
Answered by: Spider Holster Team
Date published: 2020-10-22

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What is the maximum length of the tether? I am 6'6 and want to make sure the camera will reach the holster with out binding.
Asked by: William L.
Hi.. I am 5'9 , for me to use as sling it is perfectly fine but for more height it will be tight and a bit uncomfortable as there won't be extra length left. Thx
Answered by: Malik I.
Date published: 2019-01-30
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