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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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.
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.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I got this for my husband for his birthday a few years ago and it's holding up great. He uses it all the time for street photography and it makes him look less touristy, which in... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Melissa
I saw this on one of my photographer buddies and thought that it looked handy! I didn't realize how much easier of a time I had holding my camera with this support!Published on April 16, 2014 by RosEll
it has helped a lot. it arrived as scheduled. it is a bit loose but other than that it was okPublished on March 20, 2014 by kay
This hand grip works just great with my Canon T3i. I don't have to worry about accidentally dropping the camera because it rests securely in my hand. Read morePublished on March 12, 2014 by D.F.
good material, fits my hand perfectly. This will fit many different hand sizes and i would definitely recommend this to a friend.Published on March 4, 2014 by Mark
Well constructed, easy to use. As a note this does not fit the Samsung NX300 camera body style. I have not really seen one yet that is designed for the location of the eyelets on... Read morePublished on February 25, 2014 by Teri B
It's a very useful product. I found this hand strap secure, easy to attach and comfortable. Since I don't use a neck strap, this hand strap is especially important in securing my... Read morePublished on February 19, 2014 by David Elliott Lewis