Peak Design Capture Camera Clip System with ARCAplate
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- Aluminum clip
- Quick-Release plate
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Description for Peak Design Capture Camera Clip System with ARCAplate
The Peak Design Capture Camera Clip System with ARCAplate will keep your camera safe & accessible during any physical activity. Its quick-release lock allows you to access your camera with the click of a button, so you'll never miss another shot
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Opt for the Capture Pro Clip with the MICROPlate to solve the conflict.
**** UPDATED NOTE ON MICROPlate - I purchased the MICROPlate to resolve the tilt screen problem with the original plate. This does not work with the Sony a6000 either. It is somewhat better in that you can tilt the screen out and away from the top, then tilt down, but one can still not tilt the screen down from the closed position. I spoke with Peak Design about the problem and they commented that the problem exists with a few other cameras too and they are trying to find a solution with no timeframe in sight. They suggested placing a rubber washer between the plate and the camera body but warned that it may increase the movement of the camera while clipped in and you will also need to purchase a longer screw to connect the plate to the camera.
I am using the clip with my camelback dawgII hydration pack for day hikes. The attachment allows some flexibility with where the clip is attached to the shoulder strap but in all cases I've found the outside of the clip is constantly in contact with the front of the shoulder. I've become accustomed to the slight discomfort during normal walking but still find it annoying when walking uphill when using a greater arm swing, especially when using hiking poles. The outer edge of the clip tends to dig into the shoulder during the forward motion.
If you are attaching the clip around the entire shoulder strap I don't see how you can avoid this irritation. If your pack has an additional strap along the top of the shoulder strap that you can attach to, the thickness of the shoulder strap may prevent this.
I was considering relocating the clip to the waist belt to eliminate the rubbing but with the MICROPlate only working in 2 directions it is awkward to clip the camera in horizontally on the belt. Still considering other options but for now putting up with the slight irritation to the shoulder while walking.
One last note about the plate attached to the camera, I rarely carry a tripod with me while hiking, to save weight, and often set the camera on obstacles to take self timed photos, with the plate attached to the camera it can no longer sit on an obstacle on it's own as the plate is off-centered causing the camera to tip over. You will need to use something to stabilize the camera, or carry a tripod.
Just the ticket for my Nikon 7100 and 70-200 F2.8 lens and cannot wait to use it backpacking with so many choices of mounting points.
For those who do not want the package I would order the longer screws to use if you plan on using the Clip on a back pack or thick belt.
The Leash is outstanding as well, multiple attachment points, sturdy attachment system no more worrying about your straps unclipping and your Nikon hitting the dirt, the extra length and ease of adjustment allows you to carry the camera on your hip or the neck with ease.