Spinn.Design launched the Spinn.Design CP.02 system for carrying a camera on Kickstarter. The company claims that the CP.02 camera carrying system is a combination of a plate as well as a strap and allows photographers to be more comfortable with their cameras, and can be used at any time.
Spinn.Design, a German company that makes camera straps claims it has found the right product. The company’s CP.02 camera carry system Spinn.Design focuses on camera handling. It explains that many brands don’t consider large lenses and cameras with rear displays.
Kai Wiehagen, developer, says, “In all my years of experience as a DoP/cameraman/photographer, it has always been incomprehensible why carrying an SLR camera must be so uncomfortable and awkward. Why the camera slips off of my shoulder or hits me stomach when I walk, and why the strap is always hanging between my fingers.
The company claims that the new Spinn CP.02 product was designed to make it easier to handle cameras. The camera can be positioned downwardly because the straps attach to the plate and not the top of its body like most straps.
The straps are not required to interfere with the shooting process. This plate shifts the camera’s center of gravity from the top to the bottom, making it easier to carry.
The plate is great for outdoor photography because it makes it quick and easy to grab your camera and start shooting.
The three-fold mounting for the camera screw is included on the plate. According to the company, it fits almost all models of popular cameras from top manufacturers. It also works with all Arca-type tripods as well as quick-release systems.
You can match the plate with the company’s Spinn Strap, or use it with your own strap. The Spinn Strap’s metal hardware is made from carbon-reinforced plastic and won’t scratch your camera. You can use it as a shoulder or neck strap, as well as a sling.
Although the company does have an older version of the camera-carrying system on its website, the new Spinn CP.02 is now available on Kickstarter. The pledges start at EUR39 ($44) for the strap, and EUR47 ($533) for the plate.