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Monday, 10 July 2017 06:08

Cotton Carrier Systems Unveils New Line of Camera Harness Gear

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One of the best things about being a kayak angler is the spectacular nature scenes that you get to witness. However, because space is often at such a premium, many anglers only take along the most essential gear. 

This often means that the camera stays at home, which can be a pity when you spot some wildlife or scenic views. Sure, you could use your humble camera phone to take a few snaps, but it’s just not the same as what is possible with a DSLR or mirrorless camera.

Mounting a GoPro on your kayak is a good solution, but also doesn’t give you as much control as when you have a camera in your hands. If you’ve ever come back from a fishing trip wishing you took along some camera gear or plan on taking some great action shots of your fellow anglers, then Cotton Carrier Systems has got some great news for you.

The brand has just unveiled their new CCS G3 Camera Harness line, which offers outdoor photographers of all skill levels an ergonomic solution for hands-free shooting. This line is designed to secure your expensive camera equipment while also incorporating great features, such as breathable fabrics, extra pockets and a rain cover. Photographers will also appreciate the balanced weight distribution that the CCS G3 Camera Harness line offers. All of the items in this line has been completely redesigned to provide active photographers with the features, flexibility and options they need.

Taking a closer look at the line reveals more padding on the shoulder straps, along with a back panel for weight distribution. Two easily accessible pockets can be found on the front of the harness while extra gear can go in the breathable rear stretch pocket. In addition, the harnesses look really stylish whether you opt for the Realtree Xtra® Camouflage or Charcoal Grey version. Putting the harness on or taking it off is a breeze as the line has quick clips for a custom fit along with adjustable speed straps on the shoulder and waist bands.

Of course, the most important element apart from comfort is how well this line can secure your expensive camera. There is no reason for concern here as the G3 line continues with the patented Twist & Lock camera mount from Cotton Carrier, which uses C&C machine anodized aluminum components to secure your camera. Thanks to its patented Universal Tripod adapter, you can also quickly mount equipment to a tripod. A total of three different designs are available in this new line, ranging from the CCS G3 Camera Harness-1, which is designed to secure one DSLR camera with a long lens to the CCS G3 Camera Harness-2 for one or two cameras and CCS G3 Camera Harness for one camera and one binocular.

Photographers interested in the new CCS G3 Camera Harness line will find them available for pre-sale at a discounted rate at the Cotton Carrier company website. In addition, all customers ordering a new harness for Jully deliver will also stand a chance to win $1,000 in the Golden Hub Contest. You’ll know if you are a winner if you find a gold hub camera mount, worth $1,000 (USD), in your packaging. This contest is open to the first 500-customers pre-ordering their harness from the company website between June 15, 2017 and July 4, 2017 and answering a skill testing question.

The style, comfort and practicality of the CCS G3 Camera Harness line make them the ideal accessory to take along on a fishing trip if you plan on doing some nature or action photography as well. Depending on how expensive your camera equipment is and how rough the waters are, these types of harnesses are probably more useful on shore, before or after your time out on the water. Still, if you love photography as much as angling then they can certainly be very useful and well worth the investment. 

Last modified on Monday, 10 July 2017 06:32
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