Peak Design CapturePRO with Arca Plate

The CapturePRO from Peak Design (Podcast 394)

A number of months ago, I backed a Kickstarter project, to help a company called Peak Design bring the version 2 of their Capture camera clip system to market. After the team spent a little more time than they expected to iron out some international shipping logistics, my order with...

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  • Chris S.
    Posted at 00:45h, 05 November Reply

    Hey Martin! Just wanted to make sure you are updated on the latest! Spider Holster is compatible with Arca-Swiss 🙂

    • Martin Bailey
      Posted at 09:10h, 05 November Reply

      Wow! That’s good to know. Thanks Chris!

  • installerx
    Posted at 04:26h, 08 November Reply

    I would have liked to see a gripped body with the 70-200 lens on the Capture Pro set-up

    • Martin Bailey
      Posted at 09:36h, 08 November Reply

      I won’t be using it that way, as the grip adds too much height to the body. It’s not hard to visual though.

  • Martin Gould
    Posted at 18:04h, 02 February Reply

    Hi Martin

    Thanks for your usual comprehensive and thoughtful review.
    At last we have a simple, well designed and safe solution for those of us who combine photography with trekking. No longer do I need to stop and get the camera out of the bag and then race to catch up with the rest of the group. It is now clamped to my backpack strap.

    • Martin Bailey
      Posted at 16:32h, 08 February Reply

      Hi Martin! Great to hear from you!

      Yep, this is a great little device for sure. I’m pleased this was useful.

  • Eddie Wilson
    Posted at 01:33h, 23 March Reply

    Hey Martin,
    I was wondering if you had any luck using your CapturePro with the L-Brackets since you wrote this post. From what I’ve read online it only works with their arca-compatible plate.

    • Martin Bailey
      Posted at 08:58h, 23 March Reply

      Hi Eddie,

      I actually haven’t really used the CapturePro with my L-Brackets. Whenever I use this system I have been removing the L-Bracket first.

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