Capture Camera Clip System

February 17, 2012 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | Accessories | 2 Comments |
News image

The Capture Camera Clip System is billed as a “new way for active outdoors photographers to carry their camera” - by attaching it to any strap or belt.  The product’s lightweight ultra-durable aluminium body clamps tightly onto a user’s backpack strap, waist belt, messenger bag, or other existing gear. Its high-strength quick release lock allows a user to grab their camera, take a shot, and re-secure it in a second. Capture Clip is available from Intro2020 and carries a suggested retail price of £59.99.

Intro2020 Press Release

Introducing Capture Clip

A revolutionary accessory for today’s photographers.
DSLR users can say goodbye to their neck straps for good.

With the use of DSLRs on the rise globally, the Capture Camera Clip System has been designed to conquer one of the most common pain-points DSLR users have – lugging around their bulky, expensive camera.

Capture is a new way for active outdoors photographers to carry their camera - by attaching it to any strap or belt. The product’s lightweight ultra-durable aluminium body clamps tightly onto a user’s backpack strap, waist belt, messenger bag, or other existing gear. Capture holds a camera rigidly and securely against the user’s body, allowing them to be fully active without their DSLR bouncing and swinging into harm’s way.

Active photographers will never miss a shot with Capture, because its high strength quick release lock allows a user to grab their camera, take a shot, and re-secure it in a second flat. From pros to beginners, bikers to hikers and paparazzi, Capture’s versatility will revolutionise the way DSLR users transport and handle their cameras.

Capture Clip is available immediately and carries a suggested retail price of £59.99 inc VAT.

For further details please contact Intro2020 on 01628 674411 or visit our web site at http://www.intro2020.co.uk



Tracker Pixel for Entry

Your Comments

2 Comments | Newest Oldest First | Post a Comment

#1 Josh

Revolutionary?
Like the B-Grip (http://www.bgrip.com/)?

Well, I guess the old adage applies - "imitation is the sincerest form of flattery"..

I would still like it if manufacturers could at least bring something new to the table instead of ripping off the design.

3:34 am - Monday, February 20, 2012

#2 Andrew

That B-grip might be functionally the same on the surface, but it's colossal and precludes the use of a tripod, whereas the Capture uses a quick release plate that can be used on Arca Swiss-style heads. Yeah, it's pretty obvious what's the better product.

7:19 am - Wednesday, February 29, 2012