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I don't know the answer. It did not work well with my 50D and was very flimsy. I ended up never using it.
By Kathy Wesserling on March 23, 2014
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If your camera has the tripod, flash bracket, battery backup, and I'm sure there are more features that use the screw socket I just can't think of them right now; Then it should work.
By Steven E. Edger on August 5, 2013
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Yes u can
By Miguel A. Prada M on June 21, 2015
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It won't work. The strap attachments appear to be too small.
By Solovino on October 21, 2013
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zi'm not familiar with the Nikon D800 but it should. The strap has plenty if adjustment.
By Jay Knight on July 3, 2013
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I cant remember since I've changed the strap because it was really weak and sews where bad (sorry for my bad english)
By juanmrz on June 6, 2014
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I don't know how exactly a Nikon D90 might differ from my Canon 30D, but I LOVE the hand strap and would never go back to a neck strap. With the hand strap I feel like the camera is more a part of my hand and I don't have to worry about it getting knocked out of my grip in large crowds and action environments. The onl… see more I don't know how exactly a Nikon D90 might differ from my Canon 30D, but I LOVE the hand strap and would never go back to a neck strap. With the hand strap I feel like the camera is more a part of my hand and I don't have to worry about it getting knocked out of my grip in large crowds and action environments. The only time I have to mess with it at all is to open the battery compartment which means I have to loosen the screw 1/2 turn and shift it over enough for the battery door to clear which is easy as pie. When shooting on a tripod I would recommend eliminating it to go directly into the camera as it tends to shift a bit unless you really crank it on there. I will also mention it makes setting the camera down on a table a bit wobbly because it turns the flat camera base into an uneven surface so it takes an extra second to set it down carefully where any lens you have, big or small, will end up tilting down to make contact with the surface. I use a small 1" high foam pad under the lens at my workspace to keep the camera flat. But even with these small flaws, it is well worth it to me. I take shots that I would not otherwise risk dropping the camera and I'm sure it has saved me from smashing at least one lens. Plus it's inexpensive. see less
By Chris Brock on March 6, 2013
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Is this the camera with the very thin body? The Opteka seems to be designed for a thicker body and might be an awkward fit...just thinkin'.
By earl on December 31, 2014
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You will remove the neck strap and connect the grip to on of the loops for the neck strap and into the trip pod base of your camera. What I love about this device is that there is a tripod mount built into the grip so you can keep it connected always. Only begative is on my Nikon D5100 I have to twist the base of the g… see more You will remove the neck strap and connect the grip to on of the loops for the neck strap and into the trip pod base of your camera. What I love about this device is that there is a tripod mount built into the grip so you can keep it connected always. Only begative is on my Nikon D5100 I have to twist the base of the grip to replace the battery. I purchased my device 3 years ago and would buy it again in a second. see less
By Sharon Seng on December 19, 2016