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BARSKA Accu Grip Handheld Tripod System

by Barska

List Price: $34.00
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  • Handheld tripod system for camera stability
  • Provides greater range of motion
  • Non-slip finish
  • Compatible with spotting scopes and binoculars
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The Barska Accu Grip Handheld Tripod System is a convenient way to shoot stable pictures with your camera. Now you won't have to take another blurry shot. Easily mounted to any camera, the handheld tripod system's non-slip finish provides a sturdy grip along with a greater range of motion. The Accu Grip can be mounted to a tripod for additional extension and grip. It is even compatible with spotting scopes and binoculars that are tripod adaptable.

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Accu-grip handheld tripod

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1.8 x 1.3 x 4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: Imported (China)
  • ASIN: B001JJCI5Q
  • Item model number: AF10926
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (125 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #24,685 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Complete junk avoid this product.
NM
Peel off the rubber base plate, looks like it was only glued on, and there are four small screws holding top plate to the grip.
na
This a great devise that attaches to the tripod screw hole in the bottom of a camera.
Larry Nolan

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55 of 55 people found the following review helpful By finemess on December 28, 2009
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I purchased the Accu-Grip to use with my Canon Vixia HF S100 camcorder. There are a few things you should know about this handle and additionally how to simply customize it so it will work with your camera. A previous reviewer noted that about 1/2" behind the threaded screw mount is another, small sharp screw tip protruding up into the deck of the handle. This is indeed problematic in that it prevents the camera from sitting flush against the deck of the handle when attempting to tighten it down. Also, it's been mentioned that the threads do not line up properly with some cameras. I had the same situation and problems with the handle, however here are a couple tips that will solve the problems. There just aren't other items like this on the market, so it may be worth your while to do a simple customization of the handle. First, you'll need a simple metal file. It takes just a few minutes to carefully file down the sharp, protruding screw tip on the deck of the handle. If you do it carefully, you won't damage the rubber grip on the deck. Once filed down, that screw tip is no longer an issue. Second, I also found that at first attempts, the threads on the handle did not line up with the mounting threads on the camera. I finally found that if you hold the handle perpendicular to the camera as opposed to the proper parallel position, the threads line up fine. In this position, you can just make a half-turn to start the threading process, then turn the handle into its proper parallel alignment and the handle will tighten to the camera just fine. All in all, it works great. It was worth taking some time with it. I hope this is of some help to others.
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58 of 60 people found the following review helpful By Jeff Aski on March 10, 2011
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This is the perfect grip for my Kodak Zi8 and works well for all my small cameras, but as soon as I step up to the DSLRs --- fogetaboutit.
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31 of 32 people found the following review helpful By T. SWANK on December 25, 2010
I've seen a lot of complaints that there is a little, sharp screw coming out of the top as well (you can see it on Amazon's picture of the product). THIS HAS BEEN FIXED by Barska, and the one I got for Christmas has just the 1/4" screw coming out of the top. It fit perfectly fine on my Canon 7D (it is long enough and didn't strip any threading), and it is exactly what I was expecting. Great product for it's price, and I am perfectly satisfied!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By swyzlstyx on May 11, 2011
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So close.

When Amazon suggested this might be an item I'd be interested in, they were right! I figured I probably wouldn't use it often, but for the price, I couldn't resist. I figured it would be good for handheld home movies, at least, when I'm not getting paid to carry my tripod around.

Like another reviewer mentioned, there's no longer a little "spike" on the mounting surface to keep your camera from rotating...just a hole there. That's good, because who wants a spike sticking into their camera?

Yeah, it's plastic, it's hollow, and it's light. Toy-like? No. Would you really want this to be a heavy iron handle attached to your camera? It has a really nice plastic finish...the exact same finish as my Lumix GH1...which is the main camera I'll probably use it with. The rectangle spot on the back of the handle is a rubberized area, making it even more comfortable to hold.

I have average sized man hands, I guess, and I like the fit. Larger hands might have a problem with this, however.

But, they still didn't get it perfect. As others mentioned, the 1/4-20 threaded stud is too long for some cameras. It needs to be shortened by about two threads. It fits my Lumix GH1 and my Lumix ZS3, but not my Fujifilm W3 or my 35mm Olympus OMG SLR...or it's auto winder grip...the stud bottoms out in the mounts before getting tight.

Removing the existing foam rubber mounting surface and replacing it with a thicker piece of foam rubber would probably fix it, but aside from the fact I shouldn't HAVE to do this to a brand new product, and don't want it to look "hacked" if I don't do a good job of it. Putting a rubber or metal washer on it as a spacer would fall into the "hacked" category IMHO...I'm not doing that.

If they will make one with a shorter stud on it, I'd be happy to purchase another one!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Gary S. Uhley on July 19, 2009
I found the grip a tad to small for my hand, and mounted on the Olympus SP560UZ did NOT work as the mounting screw was not long enough for the threads to grib the camera body sufficently - so the threads in the camera stripped out - camera's fault I guess. Now, in my Nikon D-50 it works perfectly, therefore I'd give it good marks there. Do wish there was enough room to store additional batteries in the hollow handle.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By CJenkins on December 27, 2011
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Cool product. However, I bought this to use it as a grip for my GoPro HD Hero w/ the tripod adapter and it did not work.
The Screw is too long and and does not thread all the way into the tripod adapter, leaving it to spin around and not secure properly.
I guess I could have sawed off part of the screw, but I figure I could return it and find a better solution.

Also, the grip feels a bit awkward since it is the opposite of the way you would usually hold a rifle type grip.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Rose Mary Lalonde on May 4, 2010
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I love, love, love this product and I just ordered two more. I am a professional videographer and we have two very small Sony camcorders which are a little hard to hand-hold. Using this grip, we get very steady hand-held shots every time. Additionally, we attach the camcorder with this grip to our Manfrotto 595B Fig Rig Video Camera Stabilizer Support and for a very small fraction of the price of steadi-tracker gizmos, we get great fluid motion shots. I could NOT do without this product !!!!
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