The camera bag and neck strap might as well be a fanny pack, a clunky add-on that generally gets in the way more than they provide any true convenience. But in an increasingly visual community, cameras themselves are becoming even more an integral part of any experience, from day trips to month-long expeditions—in the city and off-reservation. Peak Design's latest Kickstarter-backed project, the improved Capture Camera v2, allows you to carry your DSLR easily on your "backpack strap, belt or bag", accessible for quick, spontaneous shots without as much as a break in your step. Upgraded from their Capture Camera launched similarly through Kickstarter in 2010, the innovative metal clip comes in Standard and Pro models, with new quick release and tripod features on both. And with tiered support/reward levels, there is a direct correlation for the tangible returns on your investment, requests ranging from $50 to $185.
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No stranger to the crowdfunding platform, the team has an obvious fanbase with $297,414 pledged towards their $100,000 goal—with 38 days to go no less—and looks to be set for another expansion in the near future. We're imagining hands free hover cameras that will be perfect for society's continued Truman Show-esque evolution.