Cotton Carrier Introduces New G3 Camera Harness Line


June 15, 2017 (Vancouver, BC) – Cotton Carrier Systems announced today a new line of camera harnesses that are completely redesigned with new features, greater flexibility, and more options for active photographers. The new G3 Camera Harnesses provide added comfort with a more stylish, ergonomic design to keep cameras safe and accessible while allowing photographers to go hands free for total mobility.

New features on the G3 Camera Harnesses include popular color options in Realtree Xtra® Camouflage and Charcoal Grey, more padding on shoulder straps and back panel for balanced weight distribution, two front pockets, breathable rear stretch pocket to store extra gear, and a quieter lens stabilization strap. Plus, a new camera rain cover folds into itself to stay out of the way until it’s needed.

The Cotton Carrier’s new G3 line offers a custom fit with quick clips that make harnesses easier to put on and take off, and adjustable speed straps on the shoulder and waist bands guarantee a tailored fit. A new larger back panel distributes weight better to reduce fatigue and is now ventilated to keeps photographers cool.

This new harness line maintains Cotton Carrier’s patented Twist & Lock camera mount, which secures DSLR or Mirrorless cameras using C&C machine anodized aluminum components. The patented Universal Tripod Adapter allows for direct mounting to a tripod so equipment is always safe.

Cotton Carrier is proud to partner with Realtree to offer wildlife photographers the new G3 line using Realtree Xtra® Camouflage materials. This exclusive pattern blends in with a variety of habitats throughout the year. “We heard from a lot of wildlife shooters who loved our harnesses, but felt the black exterior was too military. So, we collaborated with the premier camo pattern makers in Realtree to upgrade our most popular line,” says Andy Cotton, Co-Founder of Cotton Carrier.

Cotton Carrier also offers the new harness line using Kodra Synthetic canvas in stylish Charcoal Grey. All models include rain shells, anodized aluminum camera hub with rubber washers, mounting bolts, tether straps, tether split-rings and an allen key.

The new redesigned camera harnesses are available in three styles, including the CCS G3 Camera Harness-1 to secure one DSLR camera with a long lens, the CCS G3 Camera Harness-2 for one or two cameras of any body type and a variety of lenses, and the CCS G3 Camera Harness for 1 Camera and 1 Binocular which secures any size camera and holds binoculars horizontally.

“At Cotton Carrier, we are always trying to improve upon what we create. We talked with customers to find out what they wanted and redesigned our most popular harnesses to reflect requests for an easier fit, more comfortable design, added pockets and more stylish colors. We are excited to provide these upgrades to benefit photographers,” explained Brook Parker, Co-Founder of Cotton Carrier.

Pre-sale offers

For a limited time, Cotton Carrier’s new G3 Camera Harnesses will be available for pre-sale through the company website at Customers who order a new harness for July delivery will receive a chance to win $1,000 in the Golden Hub Contest. One lucky winner will find a gold hub camera mount in their packaging worth $1,000 (USD). Contest is only open to customers who order a new pre-sale G3 Camera Harness on the company website between June 15, 2017 and July 4, 2017.

About Cotton Camera Carrier Systems:

Andy Cotton worked as a Special Effects Supervisor in the film industry for over 26 years. Later, as a professional landscape photographer, he set out to design a camera-carrying solution that was comfortable, secure, and accessible – without moving parts that could fail, jam, or break. He designed Cotton Carrier Camera Systems with top-quality materials that are functional and reliable in all situations. Andy is proud to release his newest G3 Camera Harnesses to photographers worldwide.

Stephen Schleicher

Stephen Schleicher is one of those guys that has always loved comics but never got into them until really late in life - like high school in the 80s. He just missed the Crisis on Infinite Earths, but has been around for every major crossover since. Stephen knows his way around video and film production having been a director, producer, editor, and motion graphics artist for projects ranging from small promotional pieces for Wachovia all the way up to regional videos for the Division of Emergency Management. As a prolific writer, Stephen began his career writing for the Digital Media Online community of sites, including Digital Producer and Creative Mac covering all aspects of the digital content creation industry. He then moved on to consumer technology, and began the Coolness Roundup podcast. A writing fool, Stephen also freelances for the Sci-Fi Channel's Technology Blog. When not writing, Stephen shares his knowledge as a tenured faculty member at Fort Hays State University. Still longing for the good ol' days, Stephen launched Major Spoilers in July 2006, because he is a glutton for punishment. Favorite Writers: Mark Waid, Geoff Johns, Paul Dini, Adam Beechen, Bill Willingham, Matthew Sturges Favorite Artists: Dan Jurgens, Alex Ross, Adam Hughes, Freddie Williams III

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