SKU: GC47-PD-PL-AN-1

Peak Design Anchor Mount

Peak Design Anchor Mount

Attach your Peak Design strap (or any standard OEM neck/hand strap) directly to the bottom of your camera in the most low-profile, unobtrusive way possible. Unlike a tripod plate, Anchor Mount is so small and slim that it won’t hinder access to battery compartments or flip screens. Plus, when you connect one end of your strap to Anchor Mount your camera will hang with the lens facing downward—this gives you far more stability and comfort when using longer lenses. Ultra-strong machined/anodized aluminium construction. Note that Anchor Mount is not tripod or Capture compatible.

We often recommend attaching 1 end of your PD strap to your camera's side strap lug (opposite the grip) and the other end to the bottom. These 2 connection points let the camera hang with the lens facing down for greater comfort and stability, especially with longer primes and zooms. Anchor Mount is the most low-profile, unobtrusive connection point available for PD Anchors and standard camera straps.

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Peak Design Anchor Mount

Attach your Peak Design strap (or any standard OEM neck/hand strap) directly to the bottom of your camera in the most low-profile, unobtrusive way possible. Unlike a tripod plate, Anchor Mount is so small and slim that it won’t hinder access to battery compartments or flip screens. Plus, when you connect one end of your strap to Anchor Mount your camera will hang with the lens facing downward—this gives you far more stability and comfort when using longer lenses. Ultra-strong machined/anodized aluminium construction. Note that Anchor Mount is not tripod or Capture compatible.

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