B&H # BLH9223 MFR # BLH9223
B&H # BLH9403 MFR # BLH9403
B&H # VEHGS2 MFR # HGS-2
It attaches by back buckling one end to the camera's strap lug and the other to your vertical grip's lug. The strap is fully adjustable for maximum comfort to accommodate different size grips and hands. It's easy to install and remove and comes with a one-year warranty from Vello.
"Good insurance...Decent accessory...Oh and to the makers of Canon, make a strap that works with a vertical battery grip....I recently found myself in a photo pit at a Slash show and had left my Black Rapid double harness at home!"See more
B&H # VEHGS3 MFR # HGS-3
"Nice hand strap...Decent, Cheap Hand Grip...This strap is easy to install and the excess strap length can be tucked inside the strap guides for a nice, clean look....I highly recommend getting a hand strap for photo or video on DSLRs."See more
B&H # STCR123ABCSB MFR # 9113
B&H # JOUFSSMXL MFR # JB01257
The 1/4" thumbscrew easily screws into the tripod socket of your camera. A built-in ball bearing inside the 1/4"-20 screw allows your camera to spin or rotate negating the need to remove the strap at all. The strap's Pivot Ring gives you the freedom to conform the strap to fit your body in a way that is both comfortable and secure. The strap is designed to evenly distribute the weight of your camera thereby minimizing strain on back, neck and muscles.
Construction of the strap is by a heat press binding technique that eliminates loose threads and any abrasive points that cause irritation while in use. Soft-edged webbing conforms to your body and is comfortable no matter where you wear the strap. Joby's UltraFit Sling Strap For Men is backed by a two-year warranty.
"Good idea...neat idea!...This strap is a legitimate advanced product in that it provides a convenient, relatively easy to use system to control the camera hands free when not shooting,yet quickly and fairly easily shifting it to shooting position using a quick acting lockable strap length system, all at a reasonable price....During a recent trip I walked all day for over a week with the camera hanging on the side and it is not tiring at all (even with battery grip and f:2.8 zoom lens), or at least way better than hanging it from neck or carrying it by hand."See more
B&H # JODWSC MFR # JB01271
"Handy grip...Yeh, good idea....Takes up way less room than a regular strap in a tight case, is not affected by wind as much as a strap when making long exposures on a tripod, less likely to trigger the viewfinder/LCD screen sensor of the a6000 when attached to the grip side of the camera....The Joby Wrist Strap works great--attaching securely to your camera, the wide strap is comfortable, and the plastic piece where the end of the strap attaches to the strap allows the strap to effortlessly accommodate the size of your wrist."See more
B&H # OPSPLB MFR # 1501372
"Very comfy...Good choice...Straps are comfortable and the abilty to go from a longer neck strap to a shorter hand carry strap works great when you are mounting the camera on a tripod and the longer strap can get in the way....I would recommend this to anybody who spends hours at a time with a camera around their neck, as well as to people who don't want a neck strap in their way when they are using their camera on a tripod."See more
B&H # OPRSB MFR # 6701062
"Great idea!...Great idea!!...Whenever I use this strap, I have two options: 1) leave the attachment loop connectors from my mainstay OP/TECH PRO LOOP STRAP on the camera and just click this on, which means there's a longer distance between my hand and the camera body as well as a second loop hanging loose on the opposite end of the camera body, but has the advantage of allowing me to switch back quickly to the PRO LOOP if needed; 2) take a few minutes to actually remove the loop connectors completely and install the WRIST S...The clip-lock system seems like a good idea as well, because if you did want to use a neck starp occasionally you could just un-clip the wrist strap and click in the one side of a neck strap."See more
B&H # SP975 MFR # 975
"great grip...Great design....Perhaps the thin plastic looking material where it mounts to the top or bottom will not hold up to repeated twisting or some other reason, but it seems that a strap of this quality should be at least as durable as a neck strap and if the "proprietary material" was some sort of Kevlar reinforced plastic or dyneema material, perhaps it COULD be used as a handle to pull it from the holster....Just two things I've had to adapt is where my right thumb falls, right on the AF button, I now just curl it over the LCD screen on the top of the body (Canon) and naturally since there is no neck strap swapping lenses is a little bit of a challenge but I'dn't go back to a neck strap again."See more