Who is Capture for?

The short answer is anybody with a big camera. If you own a DSLR, Micro 4/3′s or large point-and-shoot, Capture will make your shooting workflow exponentially easier. Most people who use Capture are on their feet and moving around a lot – sometimes doing extreme physical activities, but often just walking around town, the studio, the wildnerness, or wherever their shooting environment happens to be. Here are some of the key activities where Capture can really make a difference...
  • Hiking & Trekking
  • Travel & Backpacking
  • Journalism
  • Skiing & Snowboarding
  • Parenting & Toddler-wrangling (aka lugging your camera and your kids around at the same time)
  • Studio Photography (multiple Capture units let you carry multiple camera bodies)
  • Photo-walks & Education
  • Road Cycling, Mountain Biking & Motorcycling
  • Sports Photography
  • Wedding Photography
  • Live Music Photography
  • Military Photography
  • Diving (Capture is used by several dive companies in the US)
  • Surveying
  • Rock Climbing
  • Fishing
  • Paddling & Portaging
  • Real Estate Photography

Peak Design Pro Team member Juliet Lemon on a wedding shoot with a spare body clipped to her belt with Capture.


PD Pro Team member Marc Gasch with a compact mirroless camera clipped to his backpack strap during a downhill mountain biking run.
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