SpiderHolster Black Widow Spider Camera Holster for Lightweight DSLRs and Point-and-shoot Came

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Spider Black Widow Camera Holster for Lightweight DSLRs and Point-and-shoot Cameras...

Summary of Customer Reviews

(6)
Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Pros:
Compact (5),Durable (5),Lightweight (4)
Best Uses:
Daily transport (4),Travel (3)
Reviewer Profile:
Photo enthusiast (3)

SpiderHolster Features

  • Easy quick-draw access to your lightweight DSLR camera, brought to you by SpiderHolster!
  • No more dangling cameras from your neck and shoulders
  • Finally, the fun of photos without the hassle of dangling cameras and twisted straps! No more strap trouble when bending down.
  • Ready to travel.
  • The Black Widow fits in the palm of your hand, can easily be packed in a travel bag or purse and is rather discrete when worn. Get your shots while keeping a low profile!
  • Complements your body's movement.
  • The Spider BW complements the body's natural movements, so getting through crowds couldn't be easier! It feels natural when you walk because the patented Spider Pin allows your camera to pivot as your body moves.
  • Both hands and upper body free.
  • Expand your photo fun and versatility... take your camera off-road with the Spider BW. Your hands are free when they need to be, so go ahead, climb that incline, ride that rollercoaster, eat that pretzel...
  • Built-in security.
  • The Black Widow locks-in your camera each time it's placed into the holster. This provides maximum security in active shooting situations and doubles as a theft deterrent!
  • Your belt or mine.
  • Compatible with the SpiderPro belt, use the special Black Widow belt, or use your own belt!
  • Works with your tripod quick-release plate.
  • Use the tripod adaptor plate accessory (patent pending) for compatibility with any quick-release plate.
  • What's the difference between the Spider Black Widow and the SpiderPro Holster?
  • If you make a living taking pictures, you should use the SpiderPro System which is intended for professional photographers.
  • The Black Widow is Intended for use with small to mid-sized DSLR cameras and detachable lenses.
  • The Spider Pin attaches to your camera's tripod porthole.

Reviews about this item

Review Snapshot®

 
4.5

(based on 6 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Ratings Distribution

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Love it, love it, love it!

I use it with my Nikon D7000 and my D5100, and I am glad to be able to get away from a neck strap! You do have to put your hand over your camera every once in a while to keep from bumping into things like chairs or doorways, but I definitely don't think that is anywhere near as bad as it flopping around on a neck strap. You can also sit down comfortably with it too. If you don't want it to look to obvious that you are carrying a camera around and don't mind the fact that it is completely loos...

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I use it with my Nikon D7000 and my D5100, and I am glad to be able to get away from a neck strap! You do have to put your hand over your camera every once in a while to keep from bumping into things like chairs or doorways, but I definitely don't think that is anywhere near as bad as it flopping around on a neck strap. You can also sit down comfortably with it too. If you don't want it to look to obvious that you are carrying a camera around and don't mind the fact that it is completely loose when you have it unhooked from your belt, (some people like the safety net of the neck strap), then I absolutely recommend it to anyone that isn't using very bulky equipment.

Reviewed by 6 customers

 
5.0

Love it, love it, love it!

By

from Huntsville, AL  -  Photo Enthusiast

I use it with my Nikon D7000 and my D5100, and I am glad to be able to get away from a neck strap! You do have to put your hand over your camera every once in a while to keep from bumping into things like chairs or doorways, but I definitely don't think that is anywhere near as bad as it flopping around on a neck strap. You can also sit down comfortably with it too. If you don't want it to look to obvious that you are carrying a camera around and don't mind the fact that it is completely loose when you have it unhooked from your belt, (some people like the safety net of the neck strap), then I absolutely recommend it to anyone that isn't using very bulky equipment.

 
5.0

Required Travel Companion

By

from Delphi, IN  -  Photo Enthusiast

Used this holster on two international trips already on top of other day to day uses. Finally moved up to a higher grade Panasonic GF2 camera but couldn't fit it in my pocket like my previous point-and-shoots. Wearing the neck strap weighed me down and felt like I had a dog collar on. This holster keeps my camera and lens combo close to my body and out of the way at the same time. I can get the camera out of the holster, get the shot, and re-holster it in seconds. No longer have to deal with it swaying back and forth everytime I move like when using a strap. The holster goes everywhere the camera does and proves it's necessity every time I get a shot on the go. The built-in locking mechanism gives me confidence to think about and interact with the rest of the world when the camera is holstered instead of constantly guarding it against those who would take it given the opportunity. Only issue encountered after much use was the lock sticking open when it got dirty. Quick cleaning got it back to fully functional.

 
4.0

Must Have

By

from Costa Mesa Ca.  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

Easiest way to carry your camera

 
4.0

amazing

By

from mexico city  -  Photo Enthusiast

good for travel lean nice

 
4.0

Must have for every photo enthusiast : )

By

from Johns Island, SC  -  Semi-pro Photographer

I couldn't justify the entire Pro setup in 1 splurge without trying the Spider holster setup, so I utilized the ProPlate with the BlackWidow holster as a compromise & I CANNOT complain. The holster is durable and the plate is awesome. I can't wait to upgrade.

 
5.0

Spider Holster Black Widow - Fantastic!

By

from Montana  -  Casual Photographer

Spider Holster makes a terrific product. My wife uses the Black Widow for her Canon SX20 IS camera and loves it. The ease of access and having the camera off her neck made having her camera available at all times complete painless. I use the Spider Holster PRO for my Canon 50D and a variety of lenses and love it.

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Shopper  Does this holster work for any Nikon cameras?
NAYARA B  Yes i liked
Shopper  Will this work for a Nikon D300 (he said D300 when I asked him what camera he had not 3000 or anything else)or do I need to get the whole belt?
Andrew R  Unfortunately no, I believe that the D300 would be a bit too large for this unit.
Kim L  Will this fit my Pentax K-7 with a 50 mm prime lens?
DAN L  I currently use it with my Olympus Em5 with RRS L bracket and grip with a 45mm 1.8 lens. It's working fine and the RRS bracket makes the camera heavier. I choose to use the RRS bracket so that I can use the spider ball on the side and not the bottom of the camera. Works good for my set up. hope that helps. Dan
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