Spider Holster Giveaway


Hey friends! This month our gear giveaway is sponsored by Spider Holster.  You might remember me mentioning them back in the my lesson on How Camera Angle Affects the Body Shape (@ 5:10). Well now you have a chance to win one.

So this month we have THREE SpiderPro Single Camera Systems each with a Spider Monkey to giveaway.

The systems includes (Retails at $155):

  • 1 SpiderPro Camera Holster
  • 1 SpiderPro Plate
  • 1 SpiderPro Pin
  • 1 SpiderPro Belt
  • 1 Spider Monkey Base
  • 2 Spider Monkey Tabs with adhesive strips
  • 2 Spider Monkey velcro strips

Thanks again to our awesome sponsor Spider Holster.
Good luck everyone.

a Rafflecopter giveaway


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  1. oscar says

    I’d love to win this holster because the standard strap that came with my d7100 isn’t very comfortable.

  2. Lalena says

    I would love to win this because my friend recently bought a spider holster and raves about it daily. I’d love to be able to say the same!

  3. Patrick says

    This holster system looks great for comfortably carrying equipment around when you need to have your hands free at times.

  4. Kirk Grodske says

    I would like to see if this device fits with my way of working, without having to buy another expensive gadget that then just ends up on my shelf collecting dust. It looks like a nice idea, but I wonder how practical it is in the heat of the moment to hook and unhook as well as how securely it holds.

  5. says

    Having one of these would make it so much easier for me to operate with 2 camera bodies at the same time. Often times I shoot events using a wide angle prime and a telephoto prime. So I always need both bodies and the straps are very uncomfortable.

  6. CR Douglas says

    Spider makes quality gear. A friend of mine showed me his setup and I’ve already had a few instances of shooting where it would have come in very handy. Would love to grab this giveaway! It would be used regularly :)

  7. Marc says

    How many times to I swing my stock strap to the side and wish it was at waist level… This would be so cool and useful to have! Thanks for having these giveaways!

  8. Elise says

    I’d love the option to be able to free my hands for set up adjustments, rather than finagling my camera around everything all the time!

  9. Patrick says

    I would like to be able to walk my dog and then easily reach for my camera when he does something cute!

  10. Michelle says

    This would be great to have my hands free or to even have a 2 camera setup with me while walking and no bag to carry.

  11. Joe says

    I love my Spider Holster on my thinktank belt, but I use the CarrySpeed F1 plate on my body. The swivel for the pin, and the plate has an ‘r’ shape rather than a ‘c’ shape for gripped bodies.

  12. mark says

    I am still in search of the perfect camera carry system. I’ve bought so many only to find out the claims made by the manufacturers were bogus. Still searching!! Is this the one? I’ll find out if I am chosen as a winner of a system.

  13. yonut98 says

    I want to win a SpiderPro because I need more photography equipement and I don’t that much money to spend

  14. Macie says

    I would feel quite grateful if I were to win this item. However, if I don’t I would hope it would go to someone else who could benefit greatly from it, but just never had the extra funds.

  15. RickyG says

    This is a nice product. I rather used the hand strap than the neck strap and this product would work just fine. I will be used.

  16. Jim says

    having a sling strap is a pain whenever I bend over. Used a spider holster once before & it was the cure to my troubles!

  17. Shane says

    I need a better system for shooting my weddings so I’ve been wanting this for a long time. Good luck everyone!

  18. marcel bauer says

    I got a chance to test one of these out at photoshop world in orlando this year, simply amazing!

  19. Donna Holloman says

    I’d be very excited to win because my back has deteriorated making it difficult with my current system. I love taking Street shots and this system looks great to keep a ‘fast gun’ because I want to capture more than just the physical aspects of the scene. Emotions can be fleeting upon a face or scene and shooting quickly is needed to capture a specific moment before it’s gone. Thank you and good luck to all!

  20. Lauren J says

    I’d love to win this Spider Holster as I tend not to have assistance and have to do the majority of the work myself. It would save me endless amount of time by not having to find a place to put my camera while moving equipment ect. As we all know, Time is Money after all. :) Thanks for running these contests. You’ve been a major help in improving my photography.

  21. Mark says

    Bad shoulder so the shoulder strap I currently use isn’t the greatest and hands are usually full carrying something else, so the Spider Holster system would be the perfect solution. Thanks for this promotion and the chance to win one.

  22. Mike says

    I have just started in a small town to help out small businesses improve their online image. This would make me look more professional starting out!

  23. Aviraj says

    I’ve seen the Spider Holster system in action and would love to own it for myself. Thanks Jay.

  24. Max says

    1st and foremost, love the videos. keep them coming.
    I’ve seen you (Jay)in action with the Spider Holster and I love it. I would really, really like one. The sooner I get my hands on a Spider Holster, the sooner i get rid of this inconvenient Canon strap.

    PS. Even if i don’t get a Spider Holster thank you for the opportunity… :)

  25. Ryan A says

    My camera gear is weighing down my shoulders and I’m so over using camera straps! The SpiderPro looks the way to go!

  26. Dustin Nicholas says

    This would definitely make packing gear around a lot easier! It would be nice to have it readily available as well! And i wouldn’t have to pack around my huge camera bag every where i go.

  27. says

    I’d love to win this holster because with a camera around my neck when I bend over to adjust a clients wardrobe the camera swings forward and bonks them in the head. I either need to win this giveaway or up my liability insurance!

  28. Jon says

    I am very interested in seeing if this works or not in the real world. I’ve never gotten into the whole belt system and usually use straps or the black rapid, but having something with not dangling straps might be a nice way to carry around two bodies and some little accessories (perhaps a zoom h4n during video recording). I’d love to try it out!

  29. Josh says

    I am commenting because I wanted to thank you sincerely for the epic videos. I love how technical they are, while still being easy to grasp. Thank you for the inspiration and techniques!

  30. says

    I would love to win this because I am the WORST about setting my camera down (even in studio) and then searching for it again. neck straps are just not for me! Hope I win! :)

  31. says

    I do not use a neckstrap for more than two years. I would like the SpiderPro Single Camera Systems to test it out mostly. I would like to shoot with both my cameras and this seems like a good system. So I would just have to buy only the second SpiderPro. It looks fast to use and my pants would not end up down to my heels

  32. Wayne Rife says

    I love watching The Slanted Lens and would love to own a SpiderPro Single Camera Systems. Pick me…pick me…

  33. says

    So many variations of means to carry my cameras and lenses since I started photography in ’72. This is totally unique; weight of your equipment on the hips instead of the usual (uncomfortable) shoulder sling of various makes. Also it seems that with this, you can lean over to look at something, as when working with a macro lens and wanting to check out a possible subject, and not have to worry about your shoulder slung camera coming from around your body and slamming into something if you’re not holding it back. Really, really neat idea. Plus when I’m out, I usually carry my lenses in a backpack, making a shoulder slung camera even more of a hassle. Great idea folks.

  34. says

    I would like this holster because during my shoots I find myself placing my camera down somewhere and forgetting where I left it. I also find myself fumbling around looking for accessories, such as my light meter. But with this holster I would be able to have it right on me! Thanks for the opportunity!

  35. Nancy says

    This sounds like a great giveaway, I usually film at networking and business events and having this holster would really help with carrying my camera around rather than having to lug around my bad and equipment around my neck. The convenient and the ability to leave my hands free would help in being able to do more at events while networking myself and allow myself to be more comfortable as I find nice shots I can take of the people and events around me. Good luck to everyone!

  36. says

    I recently had spinal surgery and getting the weight off my back would allow me to carry my camera around again as the weight would be on my hips.

  37. says

    I could really use one of these. I ended up with no camerastrap at all, holding the Camera by hand. Could really get annoying. As my main lens is an 70-200 2.8 the “normal” camerastraps are somewhat awkward to use

  38. Anita Wilson says

    I would love a Spider Holster because I’m just getting my photography business set up and I can use all the help I can get.

  39. Bob Miller says

    The Holster appears to be an innovative way to have the camera at the ready, without placing the burden of the camera on your neck or having to reach into a bag to retrieve it.

  40. says

    I currently shoot two Nikon camera bodies, one on a BlackRapid shoulder strap, the other dangles from my neck on it default strap. The Spider holster wouldtake off the strain on my neck and make work a ton more pleasurable.

  41. Wayne says

    I would really like to win this holster because when I shoot a wedding or a model, I use both my Nikon d80 as well as my nikon d5100. This way I can use the 55-80 lense on one and the 55-300 on the other without having both cameras hanging around my neck. Not to mention it gives you a more proffesional feeling. Like a two holster gunslinger lol.


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