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SterlingTek Camera wrist strap / hand grip for SLR/DSLR, camcorders and full size digital cameras


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  • Camera wrist strap for SLR/DSLR cameras, camcorders and full size digital cameras
  • Works with any cameras and camcorders with tripod socket and strap hole
  • Fits comfortably around your hand and let you hold camera or camcorder safely with one hand
  • Extra tripod socket allow to mount camera on tripod with had strap attached
  • Can be mounted for use with the left hand on most of the cameras

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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1.9 ounces
  • ASIN: B000OMR00C
  • Item model number: SR01
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (69 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: March 1, 2010

Product Description

The grip is adjustable to different camera / camcorder sizes. In order for this hand grip to work with your camera, it must have a tripod circuit on the bottom and strap ear on the side to accept 3/8" (10mm) wide strap. QUALITY PRODUCTS @ QUALITY PRICES WHEN YOU SHOP WITH SterlingTek!!! Serving You Since 1999! 1 Year Warranty: We will replace this or any other item that you purchase from us for 1 year from the date your order is processed if it fails under normal wear or is defective. We always sell new high quality items and we are willing to back them up @ SterlingTek! The POWWER / SterlingTek name images and contents of this SterlingTek listing are protected by trademarks and copyrights. Copyright © 2010 SterlingTek. Quality Products @ Great Prices .... Guaranteed. SterlingTek!!! Serving You Since 1999.

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Customer Reviews

Easy to attach it to a tripod head quick release.
SafetyRick
When properly adjusted, it is easy to slide your hand in and out of the strap, but also easy to use the strap for support when carrying or shooting.
disfrazao
When I take out my 7D camera, I immediately slip my hand through the wrist strap and my camera is secure and comfortable.
Adelaid A. S.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

90 of 90 people found the following review helpful By Amazon shopper on October 2, 2011
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Good quality hand strap for DSLR. I bought this item as a back up to another strap that I'm using with my Canon 60D. This spare strap has all of the features of the one that's on the camera at a fraction of the price.
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92 of 93 people found the following review helpful By Declan Cowley on October 17, 2007
As a generic wrist strap, this item excels. Well worth the money. I have had mine for years, and love it.
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94 of 96 people found the following review helpful By Sheri Hupe on April 17, 2008
The strap was exactly what I wanted it fits now, and will when I expand with the battery pack. The price was right and delivered on time
Thanks you
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31 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Timbo M. on June 13, 2012
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This strap is inexpensive, but it works great. It has a big knob that tightens into the camera's tripod threads. The other end straps to the top right of the camera. When adjusted, you can support the camera with the back of your hand, and your thumb on the back. It's quite nice. I really prefer this to just hanging an SLR on my neck.

It provides not one, but two tripod threads underneath, one in the original location, and one offset to the side.

Only downside - you must remove the bottom part to replace the camera's battery.
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37 of 38 people found the following review helpful By disfrazao on April 28, 2012
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This product appears to be fairly well made, certainly a good value if you are planning on using it regularly. The cushy support inside the strap is a soft rubbery material with foam padding inside. The nylon strap is fine, maybe not the highest quality but almost all of it tucks inside the strap. This item may not be ideal for DSLR users with very large hands, since it would have to be very loose to enable use of your thumb.

When used with a DSLR camera, it is important to realize that the strap will not hold your hand tight against the camera. If there is no slack in the strap, you will not be able to reach the D-Pad or other buttons on the rear of the camera with your thumb and it will be difficult to slide your hand into the strap. A looser fit allows nearly full range of motion for your thumb and still provides reinforcing support while shooting. I allow the top of my hand to rest back away from the camera and into the strap while my middle finger supports directly under the shutter release button and the base of my palm supports the side of the camera. This relieves the pointer finger and thumb of any duties to level or stabilize the camera which allows for a more gentle and precise shutter release. This position also frees the thumb to more easily reach the jog dial or other buttons since it is not always needed to support the camera. When properly adjusted, it is easy to slide your hand in and out of the strap, but also easy to use the strap for support when carrying or shooting.

The first time I used the strap I had it too tight. My hand hurt from flexing to use my thumb and I planned to return the item to Amazon. I instead decided to give it one more try and am glad that I did. It provides just enough support when shooting to steady handheld shots.
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29 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Adelaid A. S. on August 15, 2012
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When I take out my 7D camera, I immediately slip my hand through the wrist strap and my camera is secure and comfortable. When I'm done shooting, I put the camera back in the pack and the wrist straps tucks in nicely without taking up much room. Perfect.
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28 of 28 people found the following review helpful By S. Smidt on August 21, 2012
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I have larger hands. For me this wrist strap works best when I use it with my vertical
grip. With the vertical grip I get more space for my hand, and the wrist strap is more
comfortable.
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28 of 28 people found the following review helpful By S Schwass on August 14, 2012
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I used this wrist strap on my HS20 cam the whole time during my recent Orlando vacation instead of the neck strap. Perfect for my HS20, but I don't think it's for heavy gear, for example, I won't put it on my K-x with 55-300mm lens.
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