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Canon Hand Strap E2 for EOS 60D
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- This Item Includes: Tripod Mount Adapter
- Canon Hand Strap E2 for EOS DSLR Cameras
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|Package Height||1.4 x 2.5 x 5.9 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.4 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
Even without the Capture plate it would work beautifully thanks to the mounting screw that comes with it.
The only downside I see so far is the rather small leather cushion. I would prefer a slightly longer one. But on the other hand, I really do have big hands, so this might not be a problem for you.
Easy to install on my DSLR and has been a saving grace in my business. If you don't want something hanging off your neck because you have neck problems or back problems, you definitely need to invest in one of these. The product is solid. I have the Opteka and now this one and for the extra money, the Canon version is way better. The part that connects to the bottom of the camera doesn't protrude over the battery cover and makes it easy to access. 5 Stars.
San Francisco Bay Area Wedding Videographer
After fitting to my hand there is a loose hanging strap end to deal with which I have temporarily restrained with a binder clip. The included loop, intended to do the job, slips off at every opportunity.
It fits without any problems on my Canon 1D.
The screw at the bottom allows for a fairly flat layout when connecting to a tripod.
My last strap (a $10 job) lasted around 3 years, it's one downside was the bottom connection caused the camera to always be on a small angle when on a tripod. I expected (and got) a higher quality out of this for the price. But for the casual photographer, I'd really wonder if it's worth the expense.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I hate shoulder straps and this hand strap is perfect. I shoot concert photography and are always on the move following the performers; the hand strap keeps my camera securely in... Read morePublished 4 months ago by ThomasV
The attachment on the bottom makes it less stable because it has more play. No way around it since the 70D doesn't have a bottom attachment point on the side. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Amazon Customer
This seems a nice concept, but doesn't work always. Maybe for a while you would like to hold your camera in your hands, but you can't do that all the time. Read morePublished on May 7, 2014 by Arvind Tirkey
I have one of these on all my cameras I wouldn't work without them the are if nothing less than piece of mind to have the camera more secure while shooting and moving walking with... Read morePublished on March 25, 2014 by Dale Stark
It fits but is never very comfortable or secure.
If you don't want a strap it's a reasonable but not perfect alternative.