wunhang wrote in post #18529671
The only drawback is that you must use their plates on the camera which may not always be the way you work - grips and L-plates torque the thing pretty badly and may not be comfortable.
So far the ONLY thing I dislike about my new Capture v3. have a L bracket on my 5D Mark Iv, and I actually find it acceptably comfortable with either my 16-35 F4 or 70-200 F4, but just today I noticed that capture plate had rotated on my L bracket. It caused the fit and hang of the camera to be different and less comfortable, but also worries me about security. That's a single point of failure - forget about the strength of the clip itself.
So far I am using my existing PD leash attached to it and another point on my backpack just for added safety, especially when intentionally unclipped... so I guess we'll see how it goes!
If I wasn't using my L bracket, it'd be the bomb! But I have that bracket on 90% of the time and do NOT want to compromise on removing it. Wonder if I could better secure the Capture plate to it in a non-permanent way...