FotodioX Pro Thumb Grip Type-D for FUJIFILM X10, X20, X-E1, X-E2 & X-M1 Digital Cameras

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FotodioX Pro Thumb Grip Type-D for FUJIFILM X10, X20, X-E1, X-E2 & X-M1 Digital Cameras
Key Features
  • Improves Grip and Handling
  • Slides into Camera's Hot Shoe
  • Maintains Access to Controls
  • High-Quality Metal
Designed for the FUJIFILM X10, X20, X-E1, X-E2 & X-M1 digital cameras, the Pro Thumb Grip from FotodioX helps you maintain a secure grip on the camera while shooting. The grip is 2" long and slides into the camera's hot shoe to provide a place for your thumb to rest near the control wheel, improving comfort, ergonomics, and stability, especially when you are shooting one-handed. The device maintains access to your essential controls and can swing away if necessary. The aluminum grip features a cold shoe on top for mounting other accessories.
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Expected availability: 7-14 business days
$39.95

FotodioX Pro Thumb Grip Type-D for FUJIFILM X10, X20, X-E1, X-E2 & X-M1 Digital Cameras

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FotodioX THUMB-GRIP-D-FUJI Overview

Designed for the FUJIFILM X10, X20, X-E1, X-E2 & X-M1 digital cameras, the Pro Thumb Grip from FotodioX helps you maintain a secure grip on the camera while shooting. The grip is 2" long and slides into the camera's hot shoe to provide a place for your thumb to rest near the control wheel, improving comfort, ergonomics, and stability, especially when you are shooting one-handed. The device maintains access to your essential controls and can swing away if necessary. The aluminum grip features a cold shoe on top for mounting other accessories.

UPC: 847372028696

FotodioX THUMB-GRIP-D-FUJI Specs

Camera AttachmentShoe-Mounted
ConstructionAluminum
DimensionsH: 1.3 x W: 2.0 x D: 0.7" / H: 3.3 x W: 5.1 x D: 1.8 cm
Weight0.6 oz / 17 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.04 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)2.8 x 2.8 x 0.8"
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