Spider Camera Holster SpiderPro Single Camera System

Spider Camera Holster SpiderPro Single Camera System

Spider Camera Holster SpiderPro Single Camera System

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Spider Camera Holster SpiderPro Single Camera System

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  • For Pro Cameras 5 lb and Up
  • Fits Waists 28 - 50" (71.1 - 127cm)
  • Four-Piece System Holds Camera on Waist
  • Quick-Release Belt Holds Holster
  • Plate Attaches to Camera's Tripod Socket
  • SpiderPin Attaches to the Plate
  • Plate, Pin Slide and Lock Into Holster
  • Two-Position Lock Secures Camera
  • Stainless Steel, Aluminum Construction
  • For Active Shooting Situations
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The SpiderPro Single Camera System from Spider Camera Holster is a unique way to have your professional DSLR at the ready. This is a serious hip-mounted holster that provides a way to wear your DSLR on your waist as a cowboy would his six-shooter. Instead of having two cameras dangling from your shoulders, The Spider gives you the freedom to hold one camera in your hands while the other rests on your hip.

The SpiderPro Single Camera System includes a belt, holster, camera plate and pin. Using this system, you can also remain hands-free while your DSLR hangs at your side waiting for that grab shot. The system is comprised of four pieces. The SpiderPro belt, which holds the entire rig, the holster that holds the camera, the plate that attaches to the tripod socket of your camera and the pin that is attached to the plate. The entire assembly slides into the holster which secures to the belt using Spider's two-position lock system. Your camera stays at your side while retaining complete freedom of movement.

When the camera is slid into the holster, it locks into place. When placed into the upper portion of the holster, the lock releases and your camera is ready to be drawn - just as if you were wearing a holstered pistol. The holster is attached using a large quick-release buckle. Made from stainless steel and aluminum, this system is targeted at the "run-and-gun" shooter who is constantly on the prowl for that "keeper".

Camera locks into place each time it is returned to the holster - In lower position the lock secures your camera each time it's placed in the holster. In upper position - the lock disengages for quick and easy access to your camera.
Gives your camera freedom of movement at your hip
Extremely durable and designed specifically for active shooting situations
UPC: 753182723297
In the Box
Spider Camera Holster SpiderPro Single Camera System
  • SpiderPro Camera Holster
  • SpiderPro Plate
  • SpiderPro Pin
  • SpiderPro Belt
  • One-Year Warranty
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    • 1Description
    Packaging Infoadvwruytyc
    Package Weight 1.95 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 10.6 x 10.2 x 2.4"
    SpiderPro Single Camera System is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 290.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from I never liked things dangling on me... I have the blackrapid system for several months now and it's great but I don't like things to look like they're dandling all over me. I usually shoot with a 24-70 2.8 and a 70-200 2.8 and with straps that is on your body, you'll feel the weight half way through the shoot. With the SpiderPro, I can go all day shooting and not really feel fatigued from carrying the two cameras. Pros: Nothing dangling on your body Sturdy and compact Looks cool and it feels like you're drawing a gun every time you shoot :) Cons: It adds bulk to your camera. You have to sit your camera on it's side because the little knob makes it impossible to sit up right.
    Date published: 2011-06-13
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent holster This model is comfortable and it is easy to slip the camera in and out of it. It even locks in place. Camera is carried horizontally so it is out of your legs' way. I'm very, very happy with it. MY PREVIOUS MODEDL had the lens pointing down which interfered with walking (mine is a large lens), but worst of all, you had to twist the camera to remove it from the holster which, on a regular basis, loosened the hook attached to the camera with the result that, 1) I could not remove the camera from the holster, or 2) the camera actually became detached from the hook leaving the camera to fall. Wow is that scary. THIS IS WHY I BOUGHT THE SPIDER HOLSTER which does NOT have these problems.
    Date published: 2016-06-21
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great but too large for female body I have photographer friends who love the spider holster and encouraged me to get one. I like that it gives me the ability to shoot with multiple cameras and not lug around a camera bag but the belt is just too big for me! I'm an average sized female and I have the belt on the tightest setting and it still hangs off my waist by a couple of inches. I dont feel like it's very secure this way because it's loose and swings around. I really like the product but just wish they made a female size for it.
    Date published: 2012-04-28
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from So useful! I use off-camera lighting (Canon Speedlite) with a travel modifier. For location shoots, when I have no lighting assistant, when moving from spot to spot I'm juggling my light as well as my camera (typically hanging around my neck, just holding it in my hand, or setting it down to mess with the light, posing etc). Yesterday I had the opportunity to try out my Spider for the first time. I was sort of worried my back would ache by the time the shoot was over because of the weight around my hips (Canon 6D, 24-70mm f2.8 EF lens, Speedlite transmitter) -- however, it worked super-well and I was very happy knowing it was secure (and one less thing to worry about) when we moved from spot to spot. It is, however, indeed a bit of weight at the hips. I found I had to cinch the belt quite snug to ensure it didn't start dragging down too much on the one side. (I am a female, 5'7", size 8 -- it still had some additional cinching it could do if you are more petite -- you'd just have to tuck the extra strap around). I did not notice my camera swinging, or anything else of concern when moving from spot to spot. I also have the 70-200mm EF 2.8 lens. I haven't tried it with that lens on the camera, so will have to see how the weight feels and if I'm comfortable with that long lens by my hips... Note that the demonstration video shows the connection with just the pin as well as the pin-on-the-plate, but the directions in the box only describe it with the plate (it comes attached to the plate). The plate worked fine. Easy to attach to the camera with the included wrench (love that it has it's own storage slot in the plate) Currently, I don't have a hand strap -- just the neck strap attached to my camera. When the camera is in the holster, the strap naturally just hangs down. If I find I'm starting to use the Spider all the time (e.g even when I have an assistant) I may switch out to one of those hand straps. For now, however, I was just looping the strap over the top of the camera when it was in the holster and that worked fine...
    Date published: 2018-07-15
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Spider Holster I am a female wedding photographer using one body and a couple lenses. When I used to have camera straps, my hair would get caught and it would get pulled left and right. This was my savior. This became more than just a camera holster, it was like getting Batman's utility belt. I have all of my lens pouches, flashes, and cf holders all in one place. I now look more professional and clean. Now I spend more time shooting instead of fumbling over my gear.
    Date published: 2011-05-17
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Why Not Sooner? Or perhaps it should be Why didn't I think of this before my back started hurting? I've only had this product for a week or two so I may have to post again later if threads come loose or any negatives arise. However, right now I am one very happy camper. From the first holstering of my camera/flash unit I've had a smile on my face telling everyone that all is right with the world. My last purchase was a Canon 70D which continues to have focusing issues and has taken the joy of photography way down. So it is a great joy to have a new product (Spider Pro) exceed my expectations!
    Date published: 2016-03-07
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Saved my back! I am a wedding photographer and previously used the Rapid Straps. They pulled my shoulders forward and left me with mid-back pain. Friends recommended the Spider Belt and it helps me so much! I got the single system because I didn't think I would use two cameras enough to justify spending another $100. The only thing I don't like getting used to it that it doesn't automatically lock your camera in place and I always forget to do that. Some people prefer it not lock for easy access though. I need to get a hand strap for my camera now so I don't accidentally drop it! Another expense, but worth it.
    Date published: 2014-05-11
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wow1 I'm Not a Doubter Anymore I use a 70-200 lens for a lot of my work. No secret it's long and heavy. The lens makes the camera an awkward load. Seems I'm always trying to keep it under control and out of the way. The equipment becomes a literal pain in the neck (or shoulder) on long jobs or walking from location to location. Seeing the Spider holster in ads, I thought it looked a little odd the way a camera hung from the holster, but trust me the designers got it right. The holster is so well designed that I can lock a camera in the holster, and comfortably hike a mile to our local park with the camera strapped to my waist. It stays put and doesn't cause undue discomfort. I prefer to let it ride off my left hip and sling a little lower on the right, just about mid cheek on the right. This puts the camera about quick draw for my right hand, and is a little more comfortable overall. Some might like it a bit higher around the waist. I found the waist strap caused some discomfort if it was strapped directly over my pants belt. So I hike my pants up and strap the holster just below it. Let the camera hang upside down with the lens turned in across your butt. I know it looks strange, but this keeps the equipment out of the way, and is the most comfortable. The designers knew what they were doing. On location the camera slips in and out of the holster smoothly and easily. I was surprised how quickly I got accustomed to the process. You get two hand use to set up shots or pose subjects (carry on a conversation if you're a hand talker). Then you just reach down and pull the camera up to sight the image. The camera locking mechanism operates with a thumb flick. On location I feel comfortable leaving it off. The holster is that secure. If I will be not shooting for a while, or if I'm changing locations I engage the lock. It wouldn't surprise me if you could hang upside down with the holster and not lose the camera. I still have a shoulder strap attached to my camera which is a bit of an annoyance. The strap hangs and bounces around, and can get caught on stuff it you aren't careful. I will be switching to a hand or wrist strap now that I trust the Spider. The Spider holster is secure. The locking systems for the camera in the holster, and the belt to the waist are solid. Having experienced the latching systems, I'm over worrying about losing the belt or camera to a latch failure. Also, I believe, they make it very difficult for a snatch and run robbery. I'm 6'4' and in reasonable shape. I don't know how this might work for a slighter frame. This is a wonderful invention. It is crazy-well designed. The dread of lugging, losing, or controlling that big beautiful wonderful load of a lens is gone.
    Date published: 2014-07-16
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