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Insten Leather Hand Grip Strap Compatible with Nikon D5000 D5100 D7000 D90
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- Cushioned camera grips fits around your hand and stabilizes your camera / camcorder while shooting / filming.
- Secure mounting design firmly mounts onto your camera base. Adjustable strap and micro-fiber padding ensures a solid and comfortable grip.
- One size fits all, adjustable strap. User version 2. Color: Black.
- Accessory ONLY. Camera not included.
- Suggested Applications: Nikon / Canon / Pentax / Minolta / Fuji.
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|Item Dimensions||0.9 x 4.5 x 6.3 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.02 pounds|
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Cushioned camera grips fits around your hand and stabilizes your camera / camcorder while shooting / filming. Secure mounting design firmly mounts onto your camera base. Adjustable strap and micro-fiber padding ensures a solid and comfortable grip. One size fits all, adjustable strap. User version 2. Color: Black. Accessory ONLY. Camera not included. Suggested Applications: Nikon / Canon / Pentax / Minolta / Fuji.
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My wife picked this up for me for Father's day. This design does not fit my D5200. The plastic base prevents the viewer door from opening. The only way to make it work is to:
1) modify the product yourself by cutting off the "tab"
2) attach it loosely and awkwardly.
Neither solution is acceptable to me.
Also, as a girl with slender hands, even when the strap is tightened all the way it is still very loose and my hand easily slips out.
This hand strap may work with other camera models, but I do not recommend it for the Nikon D5300. I also do not recommend it for anyone with slender hands.
The strap screws to the tripod mount on the bottom of the camera. The connection at this end is very secure. It is necessary to unscrew the strap to get access to the battery, but this operation is much less laborious than I expected. The top part of the strap passes through the eyelet on the side of the camera. I thought it might have a tendency to come loose or part company entirely with the eyelet, but after 2,000 shots and no problems, I have a lot more confidence in the strap.
In point of fact, this strap makes it much easier to move around in framing shots, since I can easily hold the camera securely with one hand. No more chest banging from trying to use a neck strap.
Construction is fairly sound. I had expected the stitching to be coming loose by now, but it hasn't. It also takes up minimal space. I can still get the D7000 into a Case Logic holster without difficulty. And of course, the strap has a certain cool factor, since people even more amateur than me look at the strap and conclude that I must know what I'm doing. All this, and for less than $4.
Overall, it does the job well and is a good way to add support to the DSLR, without having a neck strap interfere with your movements. It fits bodies from a Rebel T3i with the BG-E8 to a 7D Mark II with the BG-E16.
Update: while still functional and trusted to carry my camera's weight, the pad has worn completely through, the foam has fallen out and now the whole thing needs to be replaced. I'll be trying a different grip strap next time, this one seems to be good for maybe 18 months or so. I like this grip, I just wish it were made better.