- Holds DSLR or Mirrorless Camera & Lens
- Works with Belts up to 2.0"
- 10 Pound Maximum Load Capacity
- Side Lock for Safety
- Includes Sphere
- Made of Durable T6061 Aluminum
- Black, Wear-Resistant, Anodized Coating
- Made in USA
ProMediaGear SH1 Belt Holster with Sphere Overview
The ProMediaGear SH1 Quick Draw Holster mounts conveniently to your belt, (2” maximum) and is made of durable T6061 Aluminum.
The SH1 allows you to quickly rest your camera in a comfortable place securely while repositioning your subject or walking around without the use of a strap.
The sturdy SH1 mount has 2 settings.
- Slide-Lock - allows you to place the camera in the mount and it will not allow you to remove it without flipping the hardened steel release lever.
- Slide-Open - disengages the locking mechanism and sets the camera in the mount loosely and allows the camera to be pulled out at any instant.
The spherical ball, machined out of hardened steel, features a 1/4-20 male thread and flat top.
The sphere can be mounted in a number of creative ways. Mount it directly to your camera bottom, onto our Bracket Plates, or use the popular PASL3 or PAH1 Bracket Plate Accessories that mount the sphere toward the rear of the camera and allow easy access to the Arca Type Bracket Plate.
Specifications: SH1 Belt Holster Mount
• Dimensions: 3.50” x 2.5” x .92”
• Weight: 4.30 oz.
• T6061 Aluminum
• Recommended Max Load: 10 lbs.
• Precision Locking Mechanism: Hardened Steel
• Black Anodized surface coating with a matte non-reflective and wear-resistant finish.
(1) - SH1 Quick Draw Belt Holster
(1) - Spherical Pin with 1/4-20 Mount (Part Number SH1B)
• 5-year warranty
• Made in U.S.A.
Related Items:• PBX3 Universal Arca-Type Bracket Plate
• PASL3 Strap Loop Adapter
• PAH1 Plate Adapter
For hiking around I used to use a strap which was fine for flat ground. But for steep up or downhills or climbing over rocks or trees, the camera would flop all over the place. With this holster, the camera moves around a bit but is anchored so that there is not a lot of flopping about. And super easy to grab the camera and bring it to my eye super quickly. The only negative thing is that it squeaks as I walk due to some rubbing of the pin shaft against the holster. But that might be fixable if I move the pin to a different orientation but will need some experimentation.