The SpiderLight Backpacker Kit from Spider Holster is phenomenal. It’s lightweight and can switch from belt to backpack in seconds. In fact, if you pair the SpiderLight Backpacker Kit with another SpiderLight or a SpiderPro on your belt, then it’s even faster and provides you with more flexible options for holding a camera while not being used. In this video, you will see the SpiderLight Backpacker Kit and I share my thoughts on it.
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This is the spider light and the backpacker kit. Hey, this is Scott. When people with a storyteller with a camera talking about all the things photographers like you and I are thinking about. In this
You can have a camera here and you can have a camera and your waste. In fact, you can even switch from having the spider light on either. You can take it on and off and move it around. You’ll see also inside is a spiderlite camera plate. It’s similar to this pro one excepted, smaller, more compact, and of course mental hold, less weight, so you got to use a mirrorless point and shoot something like that. Finally is the spider light gopro adapter. If you have a Gopro and you want to mount your Gopro, let a to your strap of your backpack. You can do that with this fun kid. First things first, this is the spider light holster and the pad. The pad goes onto your camera strap and it clips on. Um, I’ll show you that in a minute. But then you also have the spider light holster.
And what’s cool is like, first of all, it comes already on the pad and then you could actually use this. There’s a little lever right here, a little lock. I can flip the lock and pull the holster right out. And now I can slip my belt through this and literally go between having it on my belt or having it on my camera bag strap. And when you want to put this back on the, on the pad, you just simply slip it until you hear that click. I’ll do that. Click again. I love when photography equipment may click like that. It makes me feel like things are safe. The holster itself works the same way as the pro holster works. Basically, you have this locking mechanism right here. When it’s down, it’s locked. When it up, it’s unlocked, which means you can slip in and out of the holster. And, uh, that’s, it’s as basic as that, which is really nice. Now this is the backer light pad. Okay? Now what we do here is we first need to unlock and get these out of here. So first what you do is you take off the back with the little spring clips and you sandwich this behind your camera back strap, and then you take the front one and put it in front of your camera, back strap, and then you slip it in and again, it’s going to click when it’s in place.
Oh,that’s pretty tight. Now you want to be tight because you want to be sandwiched. There’s these little knobby things in here that are going to grip the back of the camera strap and kind of perfect it. It’ll make it so you can, gives you some some flexibility as far as where you’re mounting your camera. Now also on this is us just things stay in place or these little loops. These loops are to go through any straps that are on your cameras scrap, and that way you can make sure that the things that this sort of doesn’t wobble around. It stays in place. It doesn’t go
Okay? Now, this bungee that’s here is actually the hold the lens in place so it doesn’t wobble around if you want it,hmm.
Now, but once I could take this bungee and wrap it around and it gives it a little bit more support. The weights down below. It’s off my shoulders and it feels good just the way it should be. Now, what’s really cool is when you’re ready to lot, what I could do as well if I want is I could pop out the whole holster, flip it onto my belt, and I can easily switch between the two. No problem. This is going to be great. When the Nikon d six guns in.