Hiking with a camera presents its own set of problems--wear it around your neck and you risk smashing it if you accidentally trip over a log, and while it may be safe in your backpack, you probably won't be taking too many pictures with it there. The Thule VersaClick Mirrorless Camera Holster allows you to securely carry your camera on the hip belt of your backpack so you can quickly access it when you do see perfect shot. Just attach the holster to your pack through Thule's VersaClick system and know it'll be right where you need it from mile 2 to 20.
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