After seeing the SpiderPro Hand Strap last year at PhotoPlus, I felt like it was probably the best hand strap that I have used with a DSLR. It slides on easy and, more importantly, it stays on with contact points closer to the wrist, rather than the back of your hand. [Read more…]
I got to check out the SpiderPro Hand Strap today at PhotoPlus. It was announced earlier this month as part of a crowd-funding effort on Tilt.
I am a religious user of hand straps on DSLRs, so I was excited to see this one up close. Sure, Canon had the 7D Mark II up front and center, but a hand strap is what I was really looking forward to getting my hands on. [Read more…]
Spider Holster has launched a Tilt crowd-funding campaign to take pre-orders for its new SpiderPro Hand Strap, which has been two-years in the making. [Read more…]
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. [Read more…]