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NEW Photography & Cinema pistol grip handle FOR Digital DSLR Cameras

4.7 out of 5 stars 114 customer reviews
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  • The new Photography and Cinema Pistol Grip (Patent Pending) is the only camera handle grip available with a wide platform.
  • The included threaded D-Ring allows the PNC Handle to be attached to a carabiner which in turn can be hooked onto keyrings, keychains, belt loops, etc.
  • A rubber platform prevents slippage when the camera is mounted to the stage using the standard 1/4x20 threaded stud.
  • Rubber Non-Slip Platform with standard 1/4" tripod screw
  • P&C Camera Pistol Grip for Steady Video
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Technical Details


Product Description

Camera pistol grip only includes: (1) Pistol Grip Camera Handles w/ D-Ring

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3 x 2 x 5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0073Z49AM
  • Item model number: Pistol Grip
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (114 customer reviews)
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  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: February 1, 2012

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This grip feels very light and strong at the same time, maybe that's what I like the most. I also like how fits in the hand, it have a good ergonomic design. The material gives nice grip. I'm using it in a small rig with my Canon 7D, a little baseplate, 15mm rods, QR plate, follow focus and a LCD viewfinder (I left an image in the customer shared images so you can see how it looks). I'm thinking to get a second grip to complete a shoulder rig with two handles.

I also tried it with my Olympus XZ-1 (point and shoot) and it is a BIG improvement specially because that kind of cameras are so small that is not easy to hold in a stable way when sooting video.

I would give 4.5 stars instead of 5 just because cosmetic reasons. Some material is peeling off the platform edge and the logo decals fell off as soon as I took it out of the package but actually I like it more without it. Non of that affects the performace at all.

I definitely recommend it.
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I bought this grip to mount my Canon 5D Mark II onto. When I first received my package and unwrapped the grip, I felt that there was no way this lightweight grip would be able to handle my 5Dii. Once I mounted everything together along with a 16-35L and a 580EX Speedlite, I was surprised that this grip held its own very well. It felt solid and comfortable and didn't feel like it would fall apart in my hands or endanger my precious 5Dii. The grip has a rubberized finished which helps with grip'page. The divots on the grip for your fingers are molded just about right for medium sized man-hands. Once a camera is mounted to the grip it becomes fairly difficult to unscrew it off your camera. This can be both a good thing and a bad thing. I haven't noticed any twisting or shifting while in use. The weight of the camera and lens provides the right amount of balance with this grip attached. I have yet to try a larger/heavier lens such as the 70-200L 2.8 to see if it becomes top heavy and off balance. Hand held footage is now smooth and slightly more stable. My set-up now reminds me of an old Bolex my father use to have back in the day.
To make things a little easier since I'm constantly switching back and forth from stills and video, I purchased a Manfrotto 323 RC2 Rapid Connect adapter which allows me to quickly release my camera from the Pistol Grip. Talk about a great gorilla set-up. This is such a great addition to any HD camera/camcorder and will better your footage taking abilities instantly. I highly recommend having one or two of these in your arsenal.
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I just love the feel and elegance to this pistol grip in a "run and gun" set up. I was trekking in the Himalayas and wanted to gain some stability for shooting video on my Canon 60D dSLR.

On great advice from someone on amazon.com, I combined this pistol grip with a Manfrotto 323 RC2 Rapid Connect Adapter, and had myself a great little setup. Only problem - not inherent to the product itself - it almost looks too slick, and I think my setup was intimidating-looking to the folks I was trying to sort of shoot without being too conspicuous. So - I guess on balance that's something to consider - this doesn't help you and your camera blend into the woodwork, if that's part of your goal.
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By BL on April 22, 2012
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This is a great grip. It is lightweight, secure and comfortable in the hand. I've been trying to downsize my HDSLR rig and am using it with the Canon 7D along with the Z-Finder. While it isn't as stable as a shoulder mount, it does help prevent that infamous HDSLR camera shake and rolling shutter business when shooting in video mode. There are a few other grips out there, but I'm really glad that I got this one.
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I use this pistol grip screwed onto my 15mm railblock that I purchased from eBay connected to my Edelkrone Pocket Rig. Now it has transformed itself into a target shooter. I do have the dual handles from Edelkrone but it causes camera shake problems when you take one hand off during shooting to adjust something else. I needed something that will maintain the center of balance whether I use one or two hands. Now with this pistol grip in place of the dual handles, I am able to focus and grab other things while maintaining stability. I am also still able to keep the same amount of contacts with my camera (Right hand on the handle, left hand on the focus ring, and shoulder stock against my chest). If you have a viewfinder, then that makes it 4 points of contact.
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I use with with my 5D Mark2 all the time. It is fantastic for GoPros as well. Highly recommend if you are in the market.

The finish does peel after constant use but it doesn't affect the performance, it's just cosmetic.
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The pistol grip is exactly as specified and is well made and fulfills my requirements. It also matches the camera well and is sturdy and well designed.
I would recommend it to other purchasers.
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I have never tried a pistol grip on the video cam so was anxious to try it out. Was amazed at the improved feel and greater stability. You lose the ability for one-handed cam operation because your hand is no longer close to the record and zoom controls, but that's worth the improvement in stability.
This product has a good feel and overall I'm happy with it. The "but" is that I felt it might be a few bucks overpriced, especially when both brand labels (the red things on the side of the grip that make it look fancy) came unstuck and fell off within the first 10 minutes. Fortunately this is an uncomplicated device so I imagine that will be the only shortfall, and I have no plans to return it. Also, they advertise a "wide base" feature which is as advertised but in actual use I didn't see how it would improve the performance much if at all. It's wider than the base on my cam so it doesn't really have much effect. If I were buying again I'd probably go with something with a similar grip but a few dollars less, since once the fancy labels fell off it looks a lot more like the cheaper ones now!
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