Cotton Carrier Camera Vest for 1 Camera, Black

Cotton Carrier Camera Vest for 1 Camera, Black

  • Eliminates neck straps thаt cause neck strain аnԁ swinging cameras
  • Secure camera locking system, wіth instant relief
  • 1 camera carrying point
  • Perfect fοr wedding, sports, nature аnԁ studio photography

Thе Cotton Carrier Camera Vest fοr 1 Camera (black) comes complete wіth a comfortable аnԁ durable, one-size-fits-аƖƖ adjustable Vest Unit mаԁе οf 1680 Denier Polypropylene material fitted wіth a Lexan camera receptacle. AƖѕο includes one (1) 10-degree Camera Hub (suitable fοr ALL camera types), one (1) Camera Tether, one (1) Hand Strap аnԁ one (1) Universal Adapter Plate. Thе complete system hаѕ уου ready tο bе up аnԁ іn succession wіth one camera immediately, аnԁ рƖасе аn еnԁ tο irritating neck strain аnԁ exhaustion bеnt bу traditional camera neck straps.

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Price: $ 149.00

3 thoughts on “Cotton Carrier Camera Vest for 1 Camera, Black

  1. 14 of 14 people found the following assess helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Fantastic way to secure an expensive camera in the field, July 1, 2013
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    This assess is from: Cotton Carrier Camera Vest for 1 Camera, Black (Accessory)
    I have waited to assess this item until I could fully field test it. I reckon very highly of this vest. I am a geology student and rock persecute and as importance I climb around a lot as I hike. Previously I just used a strap and was always fearful I would hurt my Canon Mark II 5D. I needed something that would keep my camera secure and since I carry a backpack with rock hammer at my hip, a waist holder was out of the question.
    I was initially a small skeptical about the cost and was worried about getting my monies worth. Not anymore. This is money well spent, especially if you have an expensive camera.
    The cotton carrier keeps the camera nice and secure with no swing, even with a huge lens like the 100-400 mm zoom attached. Granted the larger the lens the more the chest piece pushes into your upper abdomen, but with a smaller lens the difficulty is negligible. I found that by clipping my chest strap on my backpack across the upper part of the carrier it helps.
    Bottom line, no matter how much climbing around I do, my camera is secure and safe unless I do a faceplant.
    Another fantastic figure is the one hand relief. With my right hand I can easily turn the camera 90 deg to the left and lift the camera effortlessly out of the carrier and it slides back in just as easily.
    The mesh back fits comfortably under a backpack and helps in the 100+ degree weather of the southwest. All adjustments are simple to make.
    One of the few products I have bought that I have taken timeout to enter a assess on.

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  2. 13 of 13 people found the following assess helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Perfect for mountain biking, hiking with dslr, June 25, 2012
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    Reef bug (USA) –

    First let me preface this assess by stating that I have a used d200 with a kit lens (18-70) off ebay for 315$, so I am not rolling with a 1500 rig on my chest.

    This thing is rock solid, the camera doesn’t bother me at all with bouncing. I have been on up to three hour rides over extremely rocky terrain, nasty downhills, steep climbs, and this thing rocks! Right one second one handed deployment, super quick stow, and no comfort issues. I am a 6′ 2 male, of average build. The only time the camera gets in the way is off steep steps when my lens bounces off my seat from getting behind the saddle. I also place some pipe foam on my stem as It sometimes bounces off on steep climbs when I step off the bike.

    It does relatively well in the heat (Tucson AZ) as it is mostly mesh, and in the riding position it has a bit of air gap under it keeping it cooler.

    It is expensive, I found mine used, but I would still recommend it for sports photographers, hikers, or anyone who wants to have two hands free and carry their camera.

    If you want to see some examples of the terrain check out my youtube channel, search for ggnarls.

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  3. 12 of 12 people found the following assess helpful
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    Over Priced and Worth It, September 22, 2012
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    When you consider what you are getting for $149 it seems this vest system is over priced. That being said, I just ordered a second vest for my wife. I have had mine for over a year and I can’t say enough about it. It keeps the weight off you neck which is really vital when out shooting all day. Most people who waste a lot of time outdoors with a camera know the feeling of a stiff neck or soar shoulders at the end of the day or following days. You will never experience that feeling over again with this vest. Another vital benefit is the vest keeps the camera tight to your chest and not swinging while hiking or climbing. When you bend over the camera is still safe and secure against you body, not banging on rocks or trees. The vest is very well made and will last a life time if taken care of. If you figure how many years you might be outdoors photographing and weigh that against $149 you will realize it is worth it. I have reccommended it to family tree members and they delight in it as much as I do. You won’t be disappointed. And as always, Amazon will gladly take it back if you must disagree with me.

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