Sport Holder for attaching a Tough camera to a back pack, belt or commercially available chest harness. Compatible with the TG-870/860/850 and the TG-5/4/3/2/1. Designed so that the function buttons on the top, front and side of the camera are exposed and accessible. Holder comes with a belt loop and can be worn either vertically or horizontally. A carabineer and spiral cord are also included to prevent dropping.
Secure horizontal or vertical mounting on a harness or backpack strap
Equipped with a spiral cord and carabiner to prevent dropping.
Quick release mechanism for maximum flexibility
Function buttons on the top and side of camera are exposed and accessible.
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Watch out for case pushing log button on camera top
I bought the TG-5 with the Tough Sport Holder for a float through the Grand Canyon on the Colorado River. The camera was terrific and the case worked well. One minor but significant design glitch is that the log button on the top would be pushed on from off position in sliding camera into case. Ouch, when turned on the logging consume battery energy like crazy. Pretty bad out on the river for 8 days but I had two backup batteries plus a solar charger which helped until I figured out the problem.
Helps me when hiking with the TG-860. Use the Velcro to attach to your back-pack carrying strap. Nice way to have the camera ready to shoot. Needed to get used to the release mechanism. But that is now working nicely
December 15, 2015 by Michael
Great with TG-4
I bought this holder with TG-4 and tried it running a few times.
The designed is simple that I was worried it's not good enough to protect the camera. But it turned out very sturdy.
It's easy to getting camera out and put it back,
Vertical or horizontal mounting feature is well thought,
The only problem is when I attach it to my running backpack, it slides down a little bit.