Spider Camera Holster SpiderPro ThinkTank ProSpeed Belt Adapter Kit

Spider Camera Holster SpiderPro ThinkTank ProSpeed Belt Adapter Kit

Spider Camera Holster SpiderPro ThinkTank ProSpeed Belt Adapter Kit

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Spider Camera Holster SpiderPro ThinkTank ProSpeed Belt Adapter Kit With Camera

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Product Highlights

  • Uses Your Own ThinkTank Belt
  • Saves Cost of Buying New Spider Pro Belt
  • For Active Shooting Situations
  • Stainless Steel, Aluminum Construction
  • Holds Camera on Waist
  • Quick-Release Belt Holds Holster
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Price:  $135.00

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The SpiderPro ThinkTank ProSpeed Belt Adapter Kit from Spider Pro Holster allows you to attach a SpiderPro Holster to a ThinkTank ProSpeed Belt. The kit comes with all the required hardware you need to get started.

Camera locks into place each time it is returned to the holster
Gives your camera freedom of movement at your hip
Extremely durable and designed specifically for active shooting situations
UPC: 753182723426
In the Box
Spider Camera Holster SpiderPro ThinkTank ProSpeed Belt Adapter Kit
  • SpiderPro Holster
  • Spider Pro Pin
  • SpiderPro Plate
  • SpiderPro Pad
  • Metal Adapter
  • 6 x Screws
  • 3/32" Hex Wrench
  • One-Year Warranty
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    Spider Camera Holster Think Tank specs

    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 1.19 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 10.8 x 8.4 x 1.9"

    Spider Camera Holster Think Tank reviews

    SpiderPro ThinkTank ProSpeed Belt Adapter Kit is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 16.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Carrying Solution I have tried many camera straps. The spider holster has made carrying a D4 with 70-200 or equivalent easy. I use it combined with the Black Rapid sport strap (which I already owned) so I have the option of not returning it to the holster. Returning to the holster is very simple but the strap also gives a feeling of more security and does not change the comfort level. I have combined with the Arca Swiss clamp and a Think Tank ProSpeed belt. I wear the belt quite tight around my waist and adding additional items to the belt does not drag on my pants. I no longer have a sore neck or arm after carrying for extended periods and still have both hands free. When walking the holster does not move.
    Date published: 2014-01-16
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Dissapointed after 2 years of use I love this belt but....after 1 year of heavy use belt's rubber band was broken and almost dropped my camera. I fix that myself, not big deal. Six month latter my camera slipped of that holster and felt on the floor. I guees stainless steel part wears-out after 1,5 and we have to change it. Good thing is it was Canon 5dMII and nothing happen to camera or 24-70 lens.
    Date published: 2015-07-08
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Love it! a little difficult to attach the pad at first. I found you have to screw in the belt pad with the 2 wider positioned holes before you attach and screw in the final plate. probably why their instructional video said they felt the pad wasn't needed. Other than that, great product, very secure
    Date published: 2013-02-22
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sit, stand, chase kids with 24-70 My first test of the ProSpeed Belt + SpiderPro hoster was at the playground with my daughter...I was able to stand, crouch, sit at a table, and chase her (carefully) around play structures with a 40D + 24-70mm with lens hood + 580ex II. I could whip the camera off my hip, shoot a few candids and put it back in the time it took her to climb some steps. All that plus I had a few other thinktank lens pouches with a 40mm, 85mm, 10-20mm, and flash accessories all on my hips, ready to change out. My plan is to bring this rig hiking so I can effectively have a camera backpack on my waist and the kid-carrier backpack on my back. Only issue I've encountered thus far was that my jacket or shirt would cover the plate, making it hard to attach. This was solved by tucking it under and is not a fault with the product, just an annoyance. Also, you will not look cool. You will look like a dude/gal with 4 fanny-packs and a hip pad. Me, I don't care that much.
    Date published: 2013-03-29
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wild wild west photography Performs exactly like I was hoping. There is a bit of an adjustment period to learn the clasp (it feels too risky to try leaving it open to me), but after that it is more secure and more comfortable than the various straps I've tried.
    Date published: 2014-05-27
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Very easy to attach to my ThinkTank belt. Can't imagine lugging around a full frame DSLR and heavy lens on my shoulder ever again. The holster feels very durable and with the lock, I don't worry about my camera slipping out.
    Date published: 2014-07-10
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best relive for neck acke It is a very good device to replace the neck strap with a holster that is secure even with a large DSLR and lens It is simple and intuitive to use
    Date published: 2013-07-23
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wonderful! As someone who suffers from chronic neck and shoulder problems ... this solution to carrying dual cameras is a god send. I still carry my primary on my strap and put a secondary longer lens on the belt. It worked perfectly for my last wedding. I felt confident and secure and was able to carry so much more with me because of the belt and without worry that I would drop or smash my cameras into each other. Really fantastic.
    Date published: 2015-06-28
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