Spider Camera Holster SpiderPro Dual Camera System

Spider Camera Holster SpiderPro Dual Camera System

Spider Camera Holster SpiderPro Dual Camera System

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Spider Camera Holster SpiderPro Dual Camera System

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Product Highlights

  • For 2 DSLR Cameras or Camera + Lens
  • Fits Waists 28 - 50" (71.1 - 127 cm)
  • Quick-Release Belt Holds Holsters
  • Plates Attach to Cameras' Tripod Sockets
  • SpiderPins Attach to Plates
  • Plates, Pins Slide / Lock Into Holsters
  • 2-Position Locks Secure Cameras
  • Durable Webbing/Stainless Steel/Aluminum
  • For Active Shooting Situations
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  • 1Description

The SpiderPro Dual Camera System from Spider Camera Holster is a unique way to have 2 professional DSLRs simultaneously at the ready. Designed to carry heavy-duty pro cameras, this is a serious hip-mounted belt/holster system that provides a way to wear 2 DSLRs on your waist as a cowboy would his six-shooters. This gives you more freedom than you would have with 2 cameras dangling from your shoulders, and is more comfortable, especially over long periods of time. Alternatively, you could carry a camera on your right holster and an extra lens (attached via its tripod mount) on your left holster, or vice-versa. It is recommended that you carry a smaller body/lens combination on one side for maximum comfort during extended shoots.

The SpiderPro Dual Camera System improves upon the Single Camera system with the addition of another SpiderPro Holster, Plate and Pin. It includes a belt made from webbing materials similar to those used in army/police equipment. The belt features a triple-lock buckle and fits most waists with its adjustable 28 - 50" (71.1 - 127 cm) size. The rest of the package consists of a pad for comfort, 2 holsters, 2 camera plates and 2 pins. Using this system, you can remain hands-free while your DSLR hangs at your side, waiting for that grab shot. The SpiderPro belt holds the entire rig, the holsters hold the cameras, the cast aluminum alloy plates attach to the tripod sockets of your cameras and let you easily connect your quick-release for tripod use, and the stainless steel pins attach to the plates. The entire assembly slides into the holsters, which secure to the belt using Spider's 2-position triple lock buckle system. Your cameras stay at your side while retaining complete freedom of movement.

When the cameras are slid into the holster, they lock into place. When placed into the upper portion of the holster, they're ready to be drawn as soon as the lock releases - just as if you were wearing a holstered pistol. This heavy-duty system is targeted at the "run-and-gun" shooter who is constantly on the prowl for that "keeper".

Cameras lock into place each time they're returned to holster - in lower position, locks keep cameras secure for longer-term carrying, and in upper position, locks disengage for quick and easy access
Gives your cameras freedom of movement at your hips, and allows you to carry them comfortably without having weight on your shoulders for extended periods of time
Adjustable belt fits most waists, is made from webbing materials like those used in army/police equipment, and features triple-lock buckle system
Pad for comfort, 2 holsters, 2 aluminum alloy camera plates and 2 stainless steel pins
Extremely durable and designed specifically for active shooting situations
UPC: 753182723396
In the Box
Spider Camera Holster SpiderPro Dual Camera System
  • 2 x SpiderPro Camera Holsters
  • 2 x SpiderPro Plates
  • 2 x SpiderPro Pins
  • SpiderPro Belt
  • SpiderPro Pad
  • One-Year Limited Warranty
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    Spider Camera Holster 120 specs

    Packaging Infozccaarcd
    Package Weight 2.47 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 11.5 x 10.4 x 2.1"

    Spider Camera Holster 120 reviews

    SpiderPro Dual Camera System is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 102.
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Holster Perfect - Belt System Incomplete First, as a pro who shoots with 2 bodies it's really difficult to find the right solution to combine speed, ease of use, and camera security. I love the mechanism of dropping the camera into the holster. It's constructed well and is fantastic. What's not so great is the belt. When you bolt down the plate and pad onto the belt you prevent belt adjustment so that if you lose or gain a few pounds you've got to use tools and remove plates etc just to let out or pull in the belt. Secondly, there isn't a manufacturer's suspender solution in place. When you've got two pro-DSLR's hanging from your belt it is going to pull your pants off.
    Date published: 2013-05-23
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from AT LAST!� Lower back relief... I shoot a lot of air shows and in the past had used two separate straps, then a two-camera harness.� Over the years I had developed shoulder and lower back pains.� I got this after reading some of the reviews.� I just shot an air show carrying two DSLR's - one with a 70-200mm 2.8 and the other with a 300mm 2.8, and believe it or not, did not have any of the usual pain and discomfort as before!� All the weight was on my hips which was no problem at all. Two suggestions though.� One - Buy extra pins and put two pins in each plate.� Second - and MOST important - USE LOCKTITE on the pins!!!!
    Date published: 2017-11-21
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from For Thin People Only I shoot weddings and got tired of having 2 straps around my neck. So I went with this setup. A word of warning this belt is for thin people only. I'm a 44 waist, and I found the following problems: 1. The belt is not long enough. In order to attach the left holster you must slide the clip over the belt back and velcro front. Since the belt is short you will not be able to place the holster pad on your left hip. 2. If your like me with a 44 waist and a bit of a belly, the belt will always slide down due to camera weight no matter how tight you make it. If you notice in the demo videos all the users are thin. I'm using the belt, but only with one camera, I'm back to my upstrap for the other.
    Date published: 2012-02-09
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Hands-free and no shoulder shrug I traded in my Cotton Carrier and bought the SpiderPro Dual Camera System after seeing how nifty it was on a recent photo tour in Myanmar. Almost half the attendees sported this crafty design and I was impressed that it was adaptable to women even if it may have been designed for men. Only issue I had was the assembly of the second holster as I ended up with leftover parts. After contacting the company, I was assured that my configuration was correct. Would have been nice if the directions had been inserted via going to the web for downloads and if there had been more pre assembly. Other than that, I am really pleased!
    Date published: 2012-03-26
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product I used BlackRapid straps for a while until I switched to this Spider holster system. I find it much easier for handling my 2 heavy pro slr cameras. Resting the camera weight on my hip and legs is much more comfortable tha puting the load on my shoulders. The Pro Base & Pin is great design which allows quick mounting/unmounting camera to tripod without fussing with changing between the Pro Base plate and the tripod mounting plate. My only small disappointment is that the camera on the left hand side cannot rest flat against my body like the camnera on the right hand side.
    Date published: 2012-09-05
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing Improvement to Slings I just bought this system and got to use it for the first time at a brief summer camp. I was able to maneuver freely without cameras swinging around my torso. I primarily had be 80-200mm lens attached and the belt stayed in position without dropping. The setup allowed me to quickly transition from holster to tripod with ease as well. Most of my work occurs outdoors in Hawaii, and tradition slings really cause unsightly sweat marks across my torso, however this system negates the need for frequent wardrobe changes! Thank you Spider Pro!
    Date published: 2016-06-23
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good for your back I do a lot of sports shooting, and this is a much more convenient way to carry my cameras. It takes the weight of my equipment off my back, placing it lower. My back is no longer sore the next day. And this may sound trivial, but I've always struggled with shoulder straps allowing my camera to swing during restroom breaks at games. The Spider eliminates this issue. The only reason I gave it 4 stars is due to the assembly required for the left side mount, and the fact that the mount isn't adjustable once it is added to the belt.
    Date published: 2016-03-05
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Female friendly! As a female photographer, I struggle to find accessories like bags, straps, or holsters, that work with my shape and small frame. They never adjust to a small enough size or they don't account for anatomy, etc. The Spider Harness is my favorite accessory and since owning it, I've had at least half a dozen other female photographers ask me about it.I'm a concert photographer, so I have three songs in the pit, alongside dozens of others at times, to get the shots I want. I don't have time to change lenses, I don't have time to fumble with straps. I often do not have room to move and need everything right there, next to me. The Spider Pro system holds my 5DMKII and 7DMKII with a 70-200 2.8 and a 16-35 without issue. I have a small pack on the back with my fisheye and a couple of spare batteries or cards.I had issues with installation largely because the resources on the Spider website were out of date and showed components that were no longer part of the new system. I had to weave through one video, a five year-old PDF and then another homemade user video to figure it out (instructions just said to visit their website, so...) But when I emailed Spider about the challenges, they answered (during the evening no less) within 10 minutes and bent over backwards to make sure I had everything set up the way I wanted it and that I was happy with the product.I really put the Spider to the test when I had a two solid back-to-back nights of concert photography where I was shooting both shows from start to finish. Not only pacing in the pit, but running around stadium-sized fields for crowd shots, then back and forth to the sound board. I worked about 6-8 hours a night, followed by events during the day the next day and I finished off the weekend with ZERO back fatigue and my shoulders were none the wiser either.The quality has been well documented, but as a female shooter, the best part of this is that it really works with your shape and makes it so much easier. The weight is nicely distributed across the hips. I was able to move fast with the cameras secure and not bouncing everywhere, and I was squatting, climbing up scaffolding, moving around and never once had an issue with my gear in the holster. Nothing moved or slipped or got banged up.My only issue with it was that I still have to wear it a little lower than I'd like, otherwise I can't get it *quite* as small as I'd like. But that's a minor complaint, and the only one I can think of now that they've updated the videos and installation materials on their site.
    Date published: 2015-04-03
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