Capture Camera Clip System review: have camera straps had their day?

    | Accessories | Reviews | 29/06/2013 14:00pm
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    We test the Capture Camera Clip System, which promises to hold your camera on any strap or belt, keeping it secure. But does it? Find out in our review.

    Capture Camera Clip System review: have camera straps had their day?

    The Capture Clip is a simple but ingenious way to transport your camera. A small aluminium clamp attaches to a belt or bag strap and connects to your camera via a quick-release plate attached to the tripod mount.

    Just slide your camera into the clamp for instant camera support without swaying straps or a camera bag to negotiate.

    It’s not perfect, though. Mount anything heavier than an entry-level DSLR to your belt or chest and things can get uncomfortable.

    Capture Camera Clip System review: have camera straps had their day?

    At least the rugged all-aluminium construction and precise locking mechanism inspire confidence that your gear is well supported, plus there’s the added security benefit from ditching a dangly camera strap.

    If you’re after a discreet way to keep your camera to hand and give your neck a break, the Capture Clip is great for smaller cameras.

    Price: $79.99 / £52
    Buy it: https://peakdesignltd.com/capture/

    Score: 4/5

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    Posted on Saturday, June 29th, 2013 at 2:00 pm under Accessories, Reviews.

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