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Spider Arca-Swiss Clamp

Spider Holster has announced the availability of its Spider Arca-Swiss Clamp, which is designed to work with Arca-Swiss-style L-brackets (like those from Really Right Stuff). The Spider Arca-Swiss Clamp connects with the bracket to allow users to use both a bracket system and their Spider Holster without the need to reattach components to the bottom of the camera when shooting conditions change.

The Spider Arca-Swiss Clamp retails for $95.00 and is available via Spider Holster’s website.

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SpiderPro Single Camera System

The Spider Camera Holster is a new way to carry your camera. With this system your camera will clip onto a belt, taking the weight off from your neck and shoulders. Personally, I dislike standard camera straps. So I was thrilled to have the opportunity to test out the Spider Holster.

I tested out the SpiderPro Single Camera System, which includes the SpiderPro Belt, the SpiderPro Holster, the SpiderPro Plate, and a SpiderPin, with a Canon 7D with battery grip, a 70-200 f4 IS, and 430EX II Speedlite.

The SpiderPro Belt with Holster was very easy to adjust and get situated on my waist. The belt is adjustable via a velcro strap and is easy to switch the position from the right side of your body to the left side. The buckle is a triple lock type so you know that it will not randomly come unclipped. [click to continue…]

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Spider Holster Overview

by on November 8, 2011

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If you are looking for an alternative to the traditional camera strap, take a look at this overview of the Spider Holster system from PhotoPlus 2011.  The Spider Holster does what it sounds like – it provides a holster for your DSLR that you wear on your hip. [click to continue…]

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The Spider Holster is a unique, new holster belt for a photographer. It allows them to mount their cameras safely and securely while enabling quick access should the need arise for it. It is great for wedding photographers, sports shooters, photojournalists, event shooters that carry a backup body amongst others. While I was at first skeptical, a hands-on demo quickly disproved my initial reservations.
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