Hi Guys and Gals, Just thought I'd post a mini review of the updated Peak Design Capture Camera Clip with the Micro plate that has been specifically developed for Nex size cameras. Firstly, just a quick winge about the Australian stockist. They advertised plenty of stock on their website so of course I made my order. Approximately 5 days later I had an email saying that actually they didn't have it in stock and would I mind waiting 2 more weeks. Raaagh! That makes me so crazy! Anyway, I won't name names, but lets just say they are the 'top' Australian retail dealer on Peak Designs dealer list. If they ever read this, please up your damn game! I eventually sourced a unit from the Hong Kong dealer who managed to ship it to Australia for $10 cheaper anyway Big thanks to digitalrev.com for their help. Onto the review: DSC00117 by Skipperjonce, on Flickr The micro plate sits quite nicely against the base of the Nex. I like the profiled edges that stop it snagging in my Crumpler. DSC00120 by Skipperjonce, on Flickr The whole system feels very well engineered and built to last. DSC00126 by Skipperjonce, on Flickr I found the best position with my old belt is at a 45 degree angle. The Nex5 sits well like this and isn't at all uncomfortable to walk with. DSC00123 by Skipperjonce, on Flickr With the 55-210 lens in place it had the tendency to pull my shorts down until I tightened my belt right up. DSC00125 by Skipperjonce, on Flickr DSC00114 by Skipperjonce, on Flickr I've made a couple of bush walks with the clip and I am still getting used to the release system. I never was in doubt of the security of the system and I must say I am very pleased with it in use. I've not tried it on a backpack strap yet but I have read that it is even more comfortable like that. I was a little unsure as these things aint cheap, but this one is a keeper. Good effort Peak Design - I'll give you an 8 out of 10.