Spider Camera Holster Spider-Pro Hand Strap, Black
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- The spiderpro hand strap fits all popular pro size DSLR cameras - adjustable to your hand size
- Snap-on wrist strap included - provides additional security against loss of your camera
- Compatible with extended battery pack/vertical grips
- Unique "s" strap allows clear access to the battery door and memory card slots
- Installs underneath your current QR or spider plate and does not interfere with tripod use
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|Item Dimensions||3 x 13 x 1 in||3.15 x 10.24 x 1.18 in||2 x 10.25 x 10 in||1 x 13 x 1 in||0.2 x 2 x 5.5 in||1 x 13 x 1 in|
|Material Type||leather 60%, nylon polyester 40%||—||aluminum alloy||—||—||nylon|
The Spider Camera Holster spiderpro hand strap (black) is thin but made of extremely durable material that slides in between the camera body and the tripod plate. The camera slot connection is carefully designed and crafted from proprietary materials that allow both a sound connection to the camera body and flexibility so you can reach your camera's back controls. The spiderpro hand strap's unique "s" is the only strap designed to allow clear access to the battery door and memory card slots. The curved shape also positions your hand in a perfect shooting position (45 degrees to the camera body) allowing you to reach the trigger and all other controls. High-quality memory foam on the inner side of the strap provides greater comfort over longer periods of time. Features: Holds DSLR with attached lens. Works with or without a vertical grip. Won't interfere with tripod mounting. Mounts between camera & any tripod plate. Adjustable to the size of your hand. Provides access to rear camera controls. Curved for comfortable hand position. Made of padded foam, nylon and leather. Optional Snap-On wrist strap included. Comes with mounting hardware if you do not use a tripod qr plate or spiderpro plate.
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Enter the Spider-Pro Hand Strap. I have had mine for about a month and a half now. First of all, this is a pro grip for pro cameras ( I believe that Spider Holster makes a hand Strap for smaller DSLR's), it fits great on my D750 with a grip. Without the grip, I think that it would be way too big for my camera. I read a lot of reviews, and saw some pics, so I had a pretty good idea that this was the right strap for my camera. I know the price seemed a little high, but if you are going to put a lot of money into a camera and lenses, why not spend a little more on a hand strap? I think that it is definitely worth it.
Secondly....The fit. It is so nice to slip your hand into the strap, and with little or no effort, and have your camera feel secure in your hand. It is very soft on the back of your hand, and it doesn't feel confining. It is very easy to move your hand and fingers around and touch all of the buttons that you need. Adjustment is easy, and it doesn't take long to have it fit perfect on your hand.I definitely recommend watching the "how to" video on how to install it on your camera.
Thirdly, It doesn't get in the way. It is flexible enough to get out of your way if you need to move it out of your way for a second, and yet it will hold it's shape. I keep my camera in a camera bag that fits very snug around my camera, and I was afraid that the Spider-Pro would be in the way whenever I put my camera in the bag...Guess what? No Problem! It presses into my camera when I put it away, and goes back to shape when I take it out. I can still access my SD card slot on my camera. The strap does not interfere when I turn the camera to use it in portrait mode.
Fourthly, it just looks good. The stitched leather looks great attached to my camera. It does not look cheap. It has a Pro quality look to it. Like I said before, if you are going to spend all that money on a camera and lenses, don't go cheap on the hand grip.
Okay, now the bad parts... first of all, the extra little piece of leather that they give you for extra support to secure your camera to your hand, is just that, a piece of leather...I'm sorry Spider Holster, but you did such a great job with the stitching on the actual hand strap, why didn't you do the same thing on this part of the strap... and then they put these big old clunky "snaps" on the strap to connect the extra strap to it...There has got to be a cleaner way to do that. The other thing about the strap, which is just a common problem with all hand straps, especially if you have a battery grip...You have to take your hand out of the strap to turn your camera to portrait mode. So, hopefully you have a good hold on your camera, and you don't drop it...well, at least you don't have to worry about the Spider-Pro Hand-strap getting in the way of the buttons.
So, to sum it up......I know that it is quite an investment for a hand-strap for your camera, but really, for the comfort, the practicality, and the way it looks on your camera, spend the money, you will be glad you did. I'm glad I did. Stay Focused.
I'm a high volume school photographer and am constantly putting my camera down and picking it up to get multiple poses for each subject, then repeat that for 5 hours and that's my job. I was feeling a burn in my fingers down the back of my hand and toward my wrist. The pain would happen with EACH lift! It was killer. This strap is amazing. Since the first day I used it, the pain was gone. The strap is a bit stiff, which is awesome for me, because it holds it's shape so I can slide my hand in and out quickly and it just naturally falls perfectly in the right spot on my hand to distribute the camera weight without putting any pull on my fingers. It's awesome! I do not have the holster, since my job has me sitting on a stool or floor, so I can't speak for that part of the full set up, but I'd say this has to be one of the best straps out there and it's a fantastic stand alone piece of equipment!
Highly recommended, especially if you don't like neck straps - I often walk around with the camera dangling on the end of my hand and don't have to worry about dropping it as the fit is very snug and safe.