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Spider Camera Holster Spiderpro Dual DSLR Camera System v2

BH #SP240 • MFR #240
Spider Camera Holster Spiderpro Dual DSLR Camera System v2
Key Features
  • Quickly Transition between Cameras
  • Puts the Camera Weight on Your Waist
  • Holds Camera & Lens up to 5 lb Each
  • 2-Position, Self-Locking Holster Design
The Spider Camera Holster Spiderpro DSLR DSLR Camera System v2 gives you the ability to wear two cameras on your hip and rapidly switch rigs as your composition and needs change. Wearing your cameras on your hip eliminates the need for straps that can cause fatigue or neck and shoulder pain.
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Does this come with two pads ?

Does this come with two pads ?
Asked by: Tracy Ellen
Hi Tracy and thank you - our SpiderPro dual camera system comes with two pads, two holsters, and three plates. One plate is for your camera on your right side (with pin threaded onto the "R" position). A Left SpiderPro plate (threaded with the Pin to the "L" position) is for your camera on the left side, and an aditional Spider Lens Collar Plate to go on your long lens (80-20mm or longer) onto the lens collar. We have an assembly video as well at, please email us directly if you have any questions, etc. All the very best, Spider Team
Answered by: Spider Holster Team
Date published: 2021-09-20

Can this holster accommodate 1 DSLR and 1 ...

Can this holster accommodate 1 DSLR and 1 mirrorless camera? Do I have to buy separate plates?
Asked by: Stephanie
This kit can accommodate one DSLR and one mirrorless camera. You don't need extra plates as this is a whole kit that includes two plates. The plate is larger since it is for a DSLR. It will stick out further on the front of the camera since the mirrorless cameras are usually thinner. If you have a lens adapter on the camera with a tripod socket on the adapter that could be a problem, but if you don't, it shouldn't be a problem.
Answered by: Daniel
Date published: 2021-09-20
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