Spider Camera Holster Black Widow Thin Plate

BH #SP820 • MFR #820
Spider Camera Holster
Spider Camera Holster Black Widow Thin Plate
Key Features
  • Stainless-Steel Construction
  • Works on Most Tripod Quick Release Heads
The Black Widow Thin Plate from Spider Camera Holster supports weights up to 2 lb. It fits under your tripod's quick release plate, and works with most tripod quick release tripod heads. When using the Black Widow System, this plate allows you to grab your camera off the Black Widow Holster and rapidly mount it on your tripod.
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Spider Camera Holster Black Widow Overview

The Black Widow Thin Plate from Spider Camera Holster supports weights up to 2 lb. It fits under your tripod's quick release plate, and works with most tripod quick release tripod heads. When using the Black Widow System, this plate allows you to grab your camera off the Black Widow Holster and rapidly mount it on your tripod.

Note:
If your gear is heavier than 2 lb, purchase the SpiderPro Plate.
UPC: 753182723358

Spider Camera Holster Black Widow Specs

Max Supported Weight2 lb / 0.9 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.09 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)4.1 x 3.6 x 0.85"
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could you double up the plate to carry a heavier ...

could you double up the plate to carry a heavier system?
Asked by: Nicholas
Hi Nicholas, For any DSLR/lens combo, we recommend our SpiderPro Single Cam System. This is the best and most comfortable way to handle this typoe of weight. If you wish to carry a DSLR body and LIGHT lens, then purchase the SpiderPro Plate alone - this plate is compatible with your Black Widow Holster. Please email direct for any other questions, etc. Thank you Spider Team
Answered by: Spider Holster Team
Date published: 2019-06-15

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Does the plate come with the pin to attach to the camera?
Asked by: MARK D.
I purchased my plate some time ago. Mine DID NOT come with the pin. I would contact B&H if that will be a problem for you. I have ALWAYS gotten good information from their staff. They should include this information in the In the Box section.) Mine did have a bolt to attach my pin to the plate. While it may seem expensive, it is made out of stainless steel and it is really more complex than it appears. The plate will reposition the pin on the camera somewhat. This is a very individual thing, but for me the system worked better with the plate. I am fairly tall and tend to carry my second body slightly in front of my left pocket. I am a bit of a minimalist and usually carry one full frame body and three primes OR two zooms using a belt pack and Blackrapid strap. I use the Spyder system when I need more reach with a DX camera (D7100) with a 70-300mm lens. (I usually don t carry the second body.) I NEVER use the jaws of life when I attach the pin to the camera so not to damage the tripod socket. With the plate you tighten the QR plate which in my case doesn't require a wrench. Trying to board an airplaine with a wrench is sometimes, not always, problematic. Good luck.
Answered by: William B.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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