Peak Design Capture Camera Clip v3 (Silver)

Peak Design Capture Camera Clip v3 (Silver)

Peak Design Capture Camera Clip v3 (Silver)

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Product Highlights

  • For Straps up to 2.5" Wide & 0.87" Thick
  • Withstands Forces up to 200 lb
  • Quick Release Button for Instant Access
  • Arca-Type Compatible QR Plate
  • Slim Profile: 3.3" Length, Weighs 3 oz
  • Security Lock Helps Prevent Accidents
  • Anti-Slip Pad for Improved Stability
  • Rust-Resistant Aluminum Construction
  • Works with Most Other Peak Design Plates
  • Optional Plates for GoPro, Lenses, etc.
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Color: Silver

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Peak Design CP-S-3 overview

  • 1Description

Marrying stability and quick access, the silver Capture Camera Clip v3 from Peak Design is a harness system for professional gear that is designed to withstand forces up to 200 lb. The main component is a durable metal clip, which uses included thumbscrews or hex-head bolts to clamp onto any strap or belt as wide as 2.5" and as thick as 0.87". Paired with it is an Arca-type compatible quick release plate that slides onto the clip to lock movement in all four directions, and features four loops for attaching optional Peak Design anchors.

The Capture v3 keeps a slim profile at only 3.3" in length and weighing 3 oz, and all its parts are made of weatherproof aluminum that resists rust. The clip is equipped with a quick release button so you can instantly grab your camera and start shooting, and has a security lock that can be activated to prevent accidental release during longer trips. For enhanced stability, an anti-slip pad is used on the back plate for grip. All legacy Peak Design plates work with the Capture v3 except for the DUALplate v1, allowing you to carry objects such as lenses, binoculars, or GoPro cameras with optional accessories.

  • Clip and plate system for camera support, made entirely of rust-resistant aluminum and designed to withstand up to 200 lb of force
  • Clip fits straps or belts up to 2.5" wide, and as thick as 0.63" with the thumbscrews and up to 0.87" thick with the hex-head bolts
  • Anti-slip pad for a better grip on the mounting surface, increasing stability
  • Plate is compatible with most Arca-type tripod attachments and releases with a button on the clip for quick access to camera
  • Four loops at the bottom of the plate allow for optional Peak Design anchors to be used
  • Quick release button can be locked to help prevent accidents during longer excursions
  • Slim design with a length of 3.3" and a total weight of 3 oz
  • Compatible with all Peak Design plates except for the DUALplate v1, allowing for objects such as GoPro, lenses, and binoculars to be used with optional accessories
UPC: 818373020538
In the Box
Peak Design Capture Camera Clip v3 (Silver)
  • Clip for Capture v3 (Silver)
  • Standard Quick Release Plate
  • Bolt Pack for Capture Camera Clip (Silver)
  • Hex Wrench
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
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    Peak Design CP-S-3 specs

    Compatibility Any strap or belt with these dimensions:
    Width: Up to 2.5" (6.4 cm)
    Thickness: Up to 0.63" (1.6 cm) with thumbscrews, or up to 0.87" (2.2 cm) with hex-head bolts
    Mounting Type Thumbscrews
    Hex-head clamping bolts
    Material Aluminum
    Dimensions Clip: 3.3 x 1.6 x 0.8" (8.3 x 4 x 2 cm)
    Plate: 1.5 x 1.5 x 0.3" (3.8 x 3.8 x 0.7 cm)
    Weight Clip: 2.5 oz (70 g)
    Plate: 0.5 oz (14 g)
    Total: 3 oz (84 g)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.35 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 5.0 x 5.0 x 1.0"

    Peak Design CP-S-3 reviews

    Capture Camera Clip v3 (Silver) is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 36.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wha5 a find! I should have purchased this camera clip years ago. A great deal of my photography is done while hiking. Having a camera readily available all the while using two hiking poles is awkward, believe me. This clip solves the problem. It's small, unobtrusive, extremely well made, and easy to use. Because I shoot MFT, the camera is small and out of the way but always accessible. Great design and an ideal accessory for photographers who also hike.
    Date published: 2018-09-16
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Even better than the amazing v2 I've used a CapturePro (v2, I think) since 2015.� It was always on the strap of whichever backpack I was using and probably has several thousand insertion cycles.� Most of the time it has been carrying a D610 w/24-120 f4.� It still works great, but I was tempted by the new version.� So far, it seems the camera slides in somewhat more easily with the new design and it definitely feels better on my shoulder - I used the Pro-pad under the backpack strap with the wide v2, with this one I've been using just it, no pad.� I also like the switch to allen bolts, much nicer for clamping it to a strap than the old thumbscrews.
    Date published: 2018-04-09
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from excellent Carrying on a strap I ended up keeping one hand on a camera anyhow to keep it from bouncing when I move around. I've only been using a Peak Design Capture for a couple of weeks, but I love it. I keep this on my belt, and love that my camera isn't bouncing around. The lock prevents the camera from accidentally getting out, but disengaging is simple once you work out the motion. I chose this over some of the competitors that mount a ball to the camera, because after trying a few in the store the ball links still let the camera bounce around more than I wanted. The build quality seems great, the finish is excellent.
    Date published: 2018-06-15
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Please put my earlier 1 star review on hold I have asked B&H staff to remove my 1 star review but they have not done so yet. Why have I done that? While the problems I experienced are real, Peak Design is being very cooperative in trying to resolve the issues and believes I may have a defective unit. In today's world, having a company that stands by its products and tries to address concerns is such a rarity that I'll take them at their word and hope that everything works out for the best.
    Date published: 2018-07-16
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Some negatives versus V1 and V2 Have the V1 and V2 versions of this.� Having the camera easily accessible when hiking is great.� However, the spring fell out of the V1, so I bought the V3 clip only� (B&H�#�PECCBK3 MFR�#�CC-BK-3), but I'm putting the review here since I think more people will see it. + doesn't stick out past the width of the pack strap, so less digging into your chest when the strap twists + looks like less likely to allow the spring to fall out - with my V1 and V2 clips, I could easily mate the camera plate into the clip without looking.� I'm finding it harder with the V3.� If you look down at the cavity from above, the V1 and V2 have slopes about 5mm wide at the back and sides.� The V3's slopes are much smaller. - to access the camera, I grab the grip with my right hand and reach over the clip with my left hand to push the button.� On the V1, the end of the button is angled.� On the V2, the end of the button is not angled, but the button sticks out at an angle. So in both cases the end of the button is angled from vertical and it hits the end segment of my index finger comfortably.� On the V3, the button sticks out horizontally and its end is not angled, so my finger hits the sharp "corner" of the button.� After a recent hike, my finger was sore.� Probably I'll eventually learn to reach farther and curve my finger more so that it pushes flat on the button.� Still, I find it strange that PeakDesign was obviously aware that an angled button end is more comfortable, but gave it up on the V3
    Date published: 2018-02-14
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Strong performance I just climbed to the top of Mount Baker (10781 ft) in WA State. I brought my Canon EOS1DX plus 24-70mm lens. I attached the Peak Design Capture Clip V3 onto the front right strap my backpack. I used a wrench to squeeze the padding down to be able to screw both plates and sandwich the strap. Despite the weight of the camera and climbing the Roman Wall with 40% degrees incline, it always felt safely secured. Access was easy and the camera would slide in and out rapidly. The quality of this product seems excellent after a brutal mountaineering test.
    Date published: 2018-05-15
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Some Serious Issues I am a professional photographer with 30+ years. On the surface, the Capture Clip seemed well suited for my needs and I had great hopes for it. In other words, I wanted it to work. It was not a whimsical purchase but rather one that was thought out. Unfortunately, it fails on a number of fronts with potentially catastrophic consequences. The problems are listed below. 1. When used on a belt (side access) the screws holding the Capture loosen to the point of the Capture opening entirely when carrying the weight of a camera. Having noticed some loosening before but being uncertain if it was the Capture or my failing to tighten adequately, I experimented. I installed the Capture on my belt and really tightened it down. I then took a two mile walk, without a camera, and it remained tight. I then put a Nikon D500 and 16-35 on the clip (with a shoulder strap as well) and walked for another mile. Not only did the screws loosen, but the Capture had opened completely. If I hadn't been wearing a strap I suspect that the tone of this would be a bit more hostile. This is obviously a fatal flaw. 2. Side access leaves one fumbling and bumbling. It is great to try to reduce mass but a bigger throat to guide the clip in would have been a better idea. The user experience ranges from got lucky and got it in after a couple of tries to very frustrating. Side entry is NOT usable in professional applications or for high activity sports like climbing. 3. The unit does not seem to loosen when using the Pro Pad. One would need to test for a longer time to confirm this. Top loading also gets rid of most of the frustration that comes with side loading. The problem with the Pro Pad is that it is not long enough (or designed) to provide any support (my lenses don't even touch the extension) but it is long enough to really get in the way. Have any of Capture's designers actually tried wearing it in a car? It scraps the center console and rubs aggressively against the Corinthian leather of my Maserati. (Ok, it rubs and scratches the vinyl of my Mazda but if I had a Maserati I would be even more annoyed.) The problem here is that it is a thoughtless design. A good designer would have cut the length in half and have had a much better product, one that should be included with the Capture from the outset to make it better and get rid of all of the side loading issues. Instead, they choose to market a flawed add-on to increase profits. Bad idea. I would not have thought twice about paying a little more up front for increased functionality but being charged $20 for an add-on whose flaws are so blatant is really annoying. Design beauty is marginally important but it doesn't outweigh functionality. 4. I bought the silver version to make it easier to locate and load in low light situations. After loading and unloading the camera less than 30 times under no stress conditions it is already marring and marking. If I were to have used it for a day under my normal shooting conditions the thing would have looked like it been run over by a fleet of trucks. The surface finish is sub-standard. They have created a pretty product, but most serious photographers would much prefer to have something that actually works. Hopefully when they do V.4 they will think about such things as reducing the fumbling to find the mouth and the huge benefits of a one-handed release system (the Capture is pretty awkward and needs two hands). But more importantly, hopefully they will make a product that doesn't come apart and doesn't potentially send their customer's cameras crashing to the ground.
    Date published: 2018-07-10
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Pricey But Quality, Great For Belt, Weird For Backpack It's a bit expensive for what it is but it's built with quality. For the backpack usage, it could have been wider. It's not wide enough and scrunches up my backpack straps quite a bit and I have to force it down, which damages my straps badly after a day of use; this is the same issue on all of my backpacks (Mountainsmith, Lowepro Flipside Trek, Boundary Prima, and Maxpedition Falcon II). It also is a bit wobbly with my Canon 6D and 35mm f1.4L, and would probably be better with a smaller mirrorless. However for usage on a belt, it's quite good with my Canon. The wobbly issue isn't present when used on your waist and the width fits all of my standard belts nicely without requiring any force to lock down like it does with backpack straps. The only thing about using it on your waist is that it digs into your hip when you have to bend down or get on a knee for a shot, or if ya need to sit down on a bench or rock. Overall, pricey but functional, could be better designed ergonomically, top/solid quality material and build.
    Date published: 2018-03-04
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