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Calzor ­ Suzay
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Oct 06, 2011 02:38 |  #106

I'm in the same boat as ebert and wondering if it'll fit the base plate loop.




  
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Oct 09, 2011 13:53 as a reply to  @ Calzor Suzay's post |  #107

Well I decided to get one....

Will let you know how it works out, Calzor


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Oct 10, 2011 06:28 |  #108

Cheers :)




  
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Oct 19, 2011 12:15 |  #109

has anyone used this with a flash attached? It seems like since you can only connect on the bottom, the hot shoe is always perpendicular to your body and that means a mounted flash would always stick out from the side.


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Oct 19, 2011 12:32 |  #110

Obsidian wrote in post #13273887 (external link)
has anyone used this with a flash attached? It seems like since you can only connect on the bottom, the hot shoe is always perpendicular to your body and that means a mounted flash would always stick out from the side.

Correct, the way it hooks up you will have the flash sticking straight out from you; either to the side (if used on a belt at the hip), or in front (if mounted on a shoulder strap). I wouldn't recommend either one unless you are in full control of your environment and KNOW you're not gonna whack the flash on someone/something. Plus, it puts the weight pulling funny and isn't very comfortable.

Of course, I've found most of the above to be true with any of the sling straps, as well. Other than a hand grip, I haven't seen any carry solution that works well with a flash attached.


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Oct 25, 2011 17:28 as a reply to  @ Snydremark's post |  #111

Fstop-Ian wrote in post #12900988 (external link)
^ hi I have tried it out on both new and old shoulder straps and had no issues...

Its not pressed to the bottom of each plate but I would suggest that added upward pressure creates an equally tight fit.

http://vimeo.com/26753​353 (external link)

Ian, why is your video removed?

I ordered mine today after the cotton carrier failed and my camera fell. Thankfully on a bed of leaves while hiking.




  
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Oct 25, 2011 17:41 |  #112

Sounds awesome! Wish I knew about it earlier and got it when it was $50 although I would have gave the $75 to get the extenders but $80 for just the unit? Idk...I rarely use my camera with a small lens except NIfty on occasion but I'd like it more in partnership with my sling strap so my camera doesn't go everywhere.


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Oct 25, 2011 19:16 |  #113

MDJAK wrote in post #13305875 (external link)
Ian, why is your video removed?

I ordered mine today after the cotton carrier failed and my camera fell. Thankfully on a bed of leaves while hiking.


Good question. I deleted for no good reason. Sorry.

I'm still a big fan - although I must admit I have misplaced my plate :(

How did the CC fail? was it the actual device?


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Oct 25, 2011 20:52 |  #114

See here
https://photography-on-the.net …/showthread.php​?t=1107856




  
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Oct 30, 2011 15:53 |  #115

Calzor Suzay wrote in post #13228506 (external link)
Cheers :)

So I can confirm it does work with the herringbone. In fact, the herringbone leather isn't as thick as I thought it would be. It fits, but can be snug if not positioned properly; not a problem if you put it left into the clip though, obviously.


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Oct 31, 2011 04:10 |  #116

Thanks, one for the Xmas list perhaps :)




  
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Nov 06, 2011 20:47 |  #117

Just posted my review on the Capture Camera Clip System - http://1kindphotograph​y.blogspot.com …-capture-camera-clip.html (external link)

Works great but its not suitable for cameras with gripped bodies. You can see the weight the gripped gear pulls on my belt.

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Nov 06, 2011 21:41 |  #118

Btw, what canon camera are you using?;)
Thanks for the review. Based on your experience, I will not get one because I use a gripped camera. Saves me some time.




  
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Nov 07, 2011 06:56 |  #119

Lifeinpictures wrote in post #13363545 (external link)
Btw, what canon camera are you using?;)
Thanks for the review. Based on your experience, I will not get one because I use a gripped camera. Saves me some time.

I use the competitors...Nikon. lol. But im here for the info and knowledge that everyone has to share. I actually like it and wasn't that bad but the added weight and angle it hangs with a gripped body didn't feel comfortable


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Nov 07, 2011 21:00 |  #120

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I use the competitors...Nikon. lol. But im here for the info and knowledge that everyone has to share.

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