Excerpt: There's several things wrong with this holster: 1. It is more like a clip and doesn't really secure itself to your belt. 2. It is actually pretty bulky 3. The triangular ring on it is made of plastic and not what the picture made seem to be metal. 4.
Excerpt: This holster works well for a monopod or a light-weight tripod. With my 5 lb. tripod the holster flops out with the weight so that the tripod ends up hanging lopsided, which is quite uncomfortable for walking.
Excerpt: I got this to use with my Lowepro camera bag, which has an add-on system so you can temporarily or permanently expand your amount of storage space by adding lens containers, bags, bottled water holders, card holders, etc. to the sides of the camera bag.
Excerpt: It works with my GT2541 tripod with Arca Swiss Monoball Z1 ballhead. The clip and adjustable velcro strap was a little odd to get acquainted with, but I straightened things out on the first expedition.
I also have a Lowepro DryZone Rover backpack, which can also hold the tripod.
Excerpt: Stumbled across this product when surfing the BH website. I thought it looked like an interesting product and decided to get one. Used it for the first time at a college baseball game and it was nice to be able to carry a monopod at my side when my camera was disconnected.
Excerpt: You can easily attach it to a regular belt (up to 1 3/4" wide). But if you use, say, Lowepro waistbelt, then it can be attached only to a regular belt part, not to it's modular slots, because the holster clip is too wide (2 3/4") to fit Lowepro slots.
Excerpt: I bought it to hold my monopod vertically when walking through a crowd. I does that just fine. I was surprised to find that there is also an anchor for the base of the monopod when holding it up in the air. Works great! A nice surprise.
Excerpt: I purchased from B&H recently and try it on my belt for few times.
This is greatly innovated, make carrying "light" tripod a breeze.
However when putting any tripod over 4.4 lbs(several series 2 tripod and almost all series 3 and above), the tripod wobbles quit abit and start pointing outwards (very...