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Yep. I have it attached to my Peak Design ARCAplate.
By Thom F on January 6, 2014
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It's not really a plate, more of a loop attached to the screw. Not very big at all.
By Jim Furchert on November 22, 2013
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Yes, if your DSLR has a battery grip you can attach the DHS-101 directly to the bottom strap loop. Or, if you use a quick release plate with strap loop, you can thread it through that loop instead. I have my DHS-101 attached directly to the loop on a Sunwayfoto Arca plate. Thus, I can use a tripod without removing the … see more Yes, if your DSLR has a battery grip you can attach the DHS-101 directly to the bottom strap loop. Or, if you use a quick release plate with strap loop, you can thread it through that loop instead. I have my DHS-101 attached directly to the loop on a Sunwayfoto Arca plate. Thus, I can use a tripod without removing the DHS-101. There is an addition buckle (not pictured) for securing the strap when looped. For either solution you need to remove the cheap little screw that comes with the DHS-101 (sides off the strap). see less Yes, if your DSLR has a battery grip you can attach the DHS-101 directly to the bottom strap loop. Or, if you use a quick release plate with strap loop, you can thread it through that loop instead. I have my DHS-101 attached directly to the loop on a Sunwayfoto Arca plate. Thus, I can use a tripod without removing the DHS-101. There is an addition buckle (not pictured) for securing the strap when looped. For either solution you need to remove the cheap little screw that comes with the DHS-101 (sides off the strap).
By P.K. Frary on February 23, 2014
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Yes I believe it will be. The tripod mounting hole is standard size, so as long as you have a strap post on the same side you want to attach it to it will be perfect. I love mine, one handed shot are now so simple
By Amazon Customer on November 26, 2015
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I don't think so . You need a side slot bar for the strap to fit in , the bottom screw will work . I only see a ring hole for a side strap.
By Gary N on September 22, 2014
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I had a Pentax k years ago, am sure it would have fit, same proportion as my Fuji pro for strap.
By Gregnels on September 18, 2016
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It is very adjustable and should work well for your camera.
By Peter Kobliska on January 21, 2016
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If you have a DSLR like Canon or Nikon, it's made to fit through the strap clip on the top of the body.
By Rolf C. on March 18, 2016
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It will work with any camera that has a standard tripod screw set up and a clip to mount the other side of the strap.
By Peter Kobliska on August 11, 2015
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I have the Canon Powershot SX50 HS and yes it does work with the camera. Felt uncomfortable for me.
By Steven Adamson on July 30, 2014