The Spider Lens Collar Plate creates a more comfortable and safe carrying experience, especially when holstering cameras with long lenses. The Lens Collar Plate properly balances the camera in a way that does not sag or raise the risk of impact.
For professional lenses (70-200mm and up).
2.40 oz / (68g).
Durable stainless steel & aluminum construction.
SpiderPro Single/Dual Camera Systems, SpiderLight Single/Dual Camera Systems.
Will it fit Nikon as well as Canon?
Yes, but our current design does not work with the Nikon 70-200mm f2.8G ED VR II lens tripod foot.
Do I need to do regular maintinance?
The SpiderPro Lens Collar Plate
Nicely built quality, easy to install on the lens collar of my Sony 70-300G.
I am a sports shooter who has tried several different multi-camera harnesses, but they were not comfortable nor functional for me. Then I bought the Spider holster and found my new favorite tool. It is comfortable, balanced, and I can easily access my 2nd and 3rd cameras quickly. I highly recommend the Spider Holster!
It took a bit of time to adjust the belt properly but it seems pretty sturdy. After attaching my camera to the belt it still seemed a bit cumbersome to unlock. I’m sure with practice it will get easier. I was hoping it would not feel like my pants are being pulled down but I will keep wearing it and see if it feels more comfortable. It seems well made. I will keep using it.
Being able to secure my camera on my waist while I’m moving light stands around has been able to save me tons of time while I’m shooting. 🙌🏼
The improved pin design features a more secure connection to the plate and can be moved for optimal carry on the right or left side. For tripod use the Lens Collar Plate features an Arca-Swiss style tripod profile, while anti-slip rubber grips and anti-rotation features keep the plate aligned with the lens.
Designed for pros
- For professional lenses (70-200mm and up)
- Weight – 2.40 oz (68g)
- Durable stainless steel & aluminum construction
This includes making sure all attachments are tightened, and checking for wear on load bearing parts such as the Anti-Twist Pins.